An old, irritable Elasmotherium chases away a pair of the sword-toothed cat, Homotherium, through reed beds in Pleistocene Europe. In doing so, it stirs up a shoveller duck (lower left) and the flock of snow buntings using the giant rhino as a moving roost. The disturbance also sends nearby barnacle geese and demoiselle cranes into the air.
Private commission, 2019
A3 pen & ink