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Do you remember The Dodo Blog? Your daily dose of dodos is back! The dodos are back from long vacations, that were extended with all the holidays, full of energy. They have new clothes – I changed the logo at … Continue reading
The Blackheart Gang presents a fantastic short-story about an old octopus with a tree in his back: The Tale of How. It’s a marvellous animation, that also has dodos. (via Suzanne G.) PS.: the video has almost 70MB.If it’s too … Continue reading
A collection of Japanese links with paper craft models of animals: – A gallery with few models: elephant, fish, penguin, frog and fly; – A dinosaur; – Aqua Stadium: Epson models of a penguin, a seal and fishes; – KeiCraftmodel … Continue reading
Beautiful Birds: an online exhibition of masterpieces from the Hill Ornithology Collection. Works from different artists from the XVII to XIX century and a short biography about each one.
The Aberdeen Bestiary: fantastic digitised illustrations. A Bestiary is a collection of short descriptions about all sorts of animals, real and imaginary, birds and even rocks, accompanied by a moralising explanation. Although it deals with the natural world it was … Continue reading
The photographer Sue Alden takes photos of nature during her travels throughout the United States and, on occasion, to overseas areas. She has beautiful photographs of birds, wildlife, landscapes and flora.
Ornithologie by François Nicolas Martinet François Nicolas Martinet engraved illustrations of birds for books by some of the most influential ornithologists in 18th-century France. Born in 1731, Martinet was trained as an engineer and draftsman. Engraving illustrations for books probably … Continue reading