Royal Scottish Museum
The photo above was taken when the Jungle City sculptures were exhibited
in the newly-reopened Royal Scottish Museum on the day of the Grand
Auction of these birds and animals.
This photo was taken in the
main hall of the museum. Please click on the thumbnail image below to see
another view of the butler on the tiger, this one taken from further away:
exhibition came to Edinburgh in August 2011. It comprised over 130
life-size animals, representing endangered species - elephants, tigers,
orangutans, crocodiles and hornbills - painted by artists and celebrities.
The animals were all on
display in the Royal Botanic Garden from August 16 to September 4.
Then from September 6, most of them were moved to other sites in and
around the centre of Edinburgh, including
Princes Street Gardens.