There had to be a mammoth in this comic. They have mammoths on Venus (it’s been terraformed to make that possible).
A small technical footnote, since this came up while I was having a friend look at this part of my script, it wouldn’t actually be forbidden for Mr. Morales-Parmar to continue hunting mammoths, as long as they are wild animals and he is planning on eating them. Davinder might not know that, though, since he is a city boy who doesn’t spend a lot of time (or any time) around wildlife.
The Guru-ji he’s referring to is the Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh scripture. Not every Sikh household has a copy of the Guru Granth Sahib, as the proper care of one is a serious responsibility, but the Morales-Parmar household does.
As for what a mallquis is, that’s coming in the next few pages.
Panel 2: A close-up of a framed picture of an angry mammoth in an unfamiliar landscape.
Panel 3: Davinder points out the picture to Maida in yet another well furnished room. Davinder: "My baba shot that mammoff. When he was on Venus." Maida: "Really." Davinder: "There's a video. It's super bloody. But he don't eat meat no more 'cause now he's a Sikh."
Panel 4: Maida: "I see." Davinder, gesturing to Maida: "Follow me." Maida: "Okay."
Panel 5: They walk down a hallway with a staircase to one side. Davinder: "The stairs go to the Guru-ji's room. This is the mallquis' room." Maida: "Mallquis?"