Waru Kakurun Thamika means turtle moving or shifting its eggs. When a turtle is seeking a spot to lay it's eggs, it try's to trick the potential predators that may dig up the nest and feast on the eggs. It does this by digging several fake spots before choosing a final nesting place. Lizards, pigs and also humans get frustrated when trying to find the actual nest by following the turtle's tracks.
Edition Size: 70 Medium: Linocut Lino Created: Horn Island (TSI), QLD on October, 2006 Published: Thursday Island (TSI), QLD on December, 2006 Printer: Alick Tipoti Studio: Artist's Studio Paper: Whatman Orientation: Landscape Paper Height: 280 mm ( 11.0" ) Paper Width: 380 mm ( 15.0" ) Image Height: 180 mm ( 7.1" ) Image Width: 250 mm ( 9.8" )