MUGGER CROCODILE Scarf
A special handwoven piece with both a plain weave and gauze weave, this scarf is light and airy. Perfect as a light accent layer in both warm and cool climes.
This style is inspired by the Mugger Crocodile that lives throughout Ranthambore National Park in India.
Amazingly, Mugger crocs are among the first reptiles recorded to use tools. By balancing sticks and branches on their heads and even in their nostrils, Muggers are able to lure birds looking for suitable nesting material. They also keep the rivers and lakes clean as they eat carcasses of other species and play a major role in keeping these water bodies in good health.
39 in x 69 in
100% GOTS Certified Organic Cotton
Handloom Woven in India / Dyes are low impact, fiber reactive, and AZO free
Gently Hand Wash and Hang to Dry. Steam press is recommended.
A portion of proceeds will be donated to Tiger Watch, an organization that works to protect and conserve the wildlife of Ranthambore.
Learn more about Mugger Crocodiles at National Geographic's PHOTO ARK.
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