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Fish, Ethel King & Queensland Groper specimen, 1926. Courtesy Australian Museum Archives.

Catch of the day . the photograph of painter Ethel King colouring a specimen of a Queensland grouper in 1926 is included in the Fish in Australian art exhibition.

Blind children studying the hippopotamus.  (Another gem from the American Museum of Natural History Library, dated 1914.)

Blind children studying the hippopotamus, 1914 (American Museum of Natural History Library)

johnas brother taxidermy

johnas brother taxidermy ~ the best of the best !

Fish Art Print Original Collograph of Game Fish by bonniemurrayart, $25.00

Fish Art Print, Original Collograph of Game Fish, Brook Trout

As a boy, Akeley owned a taxidermist's manual written by Professor J.W.P. Jenks of Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island. The picture shows Jenks' Taxidermy class of 1875 on the steps of the Natural History Museum.

pm, Friday graduating students at Professor Cavity's Taxidermy School celebrate in style.

Félix Thiollier (1842-1914), Emma Thiollier, sa fille, peignant au sommet de l’une des tours de Notre Dame - 1907

Félix Thiollier (1842-1914), Emma Thiollier, sa fille, peignant au sommet de l’une des tours de Notre Dame - 1907

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Welded Sculptures by Brian Mock

★ ✯✦⊱ ❤️ ⊰✦✯ ★ Welded Sculptures Made From Found Objects.Nuts and bolts and other metal scraps take on a life of their own thanks to Portland-based artist Brian Mock.

A record moose, head 69 inches, killed in Alaska by Dall De Weese, Canon City, Colo., 1887   vintagehuntingphotos

A record moose Head 69 inches Killed in Alaska by Dall De Weese Canon City Colo.

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