Robert Clark

Ape Hands

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Description

Description

“The hands of a Low Land Mountain Gorilla. Despite the fact that humans are bipedal and gorillas usually walk on all four limbs, the two species hands are closer in proportion to each other than those of any other ape, including Homo Sapiens closer relative, the tool using Chimpanzee. According to a recent study, one reason for this may be tied to the fact that both Gorillas and Humans use their hands (cupped in Gorillas, clenched in Humans) for ritualized aggressive displays and attack, unlike other apes. The similar structure may be an example of parallel evolution.” – Joe Wallace

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Dimensions + Editions

8 x 10 Print

Edition Size Open
Image 7.45 x 9.5
Full-Bleed Frame 9.25 x 11.25
Matted Frame 13 x 15

11 x 14 Print

Edition Size 1/20
Image 10.5 x 13.5
Full-Bleed Frame 12.25 x 15.25
Matted Frame 17 x 20

16 x 20 Print

Edition Size 1/15
Image 14.9 x 19
Full-Bleed Frame 17.25 x 21.25
Matted Frame 22.5 x 26.5

20 x 24 Print

Edition Size 1/10
Image 18 x 23
Full-Bleed Frame 21.25 x 25.25
Matted Frame 26.5 x 30.5

RobertClark

Robert Clark is the author of four monographs: Evolution A Visual Record, Feathers Displays of Brilliant Plumage, First Down Houston A Year with the Houston Texans and Image America. His work regularly appears in National Geographic Magazine and others. During his twenty-year association with National Geographic, Clark has photographed more than 40 stories all over the world.

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