We're taking a little break here from games industry art to look at the work of Robert Chew, who's helping take part in the International Anti-Poaching Foundation's campaign to help save the "big 5" endangered African land mammals.

He's imagined each animal - the rhino, cape buffalo, elephant, lion and leopard - and turned them into anti-poacher drones. Badass robotic anti-poacher drones, which stalk the savannah, armed to the teeth - and then some - with advanced weaponry.

He's selling prints of his designs, with proceeds going to the IAPF's campaign.

You can see more of Robert's work at his personal site (thanks Neatorama!).

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