Jungle City was an event featuring 130 life size sculptures of some of the planet’s most endangered species, aiming to raise awareness and funds for their survival.
Sculptures of orangutans, elephants, tigers, crocodiles and hornbills were on display at Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Gardens and Harvey Nichols in Edinburgh city centre. The event ran alongside the infamous Fringe Festival.
Open-top safari jeeps were on hand to help tourists and residents spot the wildlife. The sculptures were then auctioned online to raise money and awareness of Elephant Family and partnering charities including the Sumatran Orangutan Society and WWF Scotland.
A number of fashion houses and celebrities also produced artwork for Jungle City.