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  • Corvus corax

    Corvus corax

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    Corvus corax

    A detailed study of raven's claws. The raven is known for its intelligence, and has appeared in the mythology of many cultures and figures as a spiritual figure in others. A relentless scavenger, and natural predator, the raven displays the ability to problem-solve, as well as other cognitive processes like imitation and insight. Populations of the common raven span the Northern Hemisphere.
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  • Bison bison

    Bison bison

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    Bison bison

    Study of an American Bison. Head in profile. Bison are the symbolic animal of the Great Plains, and are frequently identified with American heritage. They are the heaviest land animal in North America and can weigh a ton. Like human females, bison give birth to one calf after a nine-month pregnancy. Once the prolific species of the American plains, the bison was hunted for food, sport, and to rob the Native Americans of their most valuable natural resource. Today bison are raised in preserves and on arches for food.
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  • Buceros bicornis

    Buceros bicornis

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    Buceros bicornis

    Illustration detailing the bill and crest of a Great Hornbill. The crest on the hornbill serves no known purpose, and it thought to be the result of sexual selection. The young hornbill has no trace of a casque at birth, which becomes fully developed by age five. The size and color of the great hornbill have made it an important part of tribal cultures. The great hornbill is found in India, Bhutan, Nepal, Sumatra, and the mainland of Southeast Asia.
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  • Achillea millefolium

    Achillea millefolium

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    Achillea millefolium

    Yarrow in bloom. Old Man's Pepper. Bad Man's Plaything. Yarrow is known by many names. Used variously to staunch bleeding, divination in spells, and as a remedy for severe colds. Native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere in Asia, Europe, and North America.
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  • Nautilus pompilius

    Nautilus pompilius

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    Nautilus pompilius

    Illustration of a Nautilus, detailing the tendrils, shell and eye. Popular in Renaissance cabinets of curiosities, the chambered nautilus is often sited as an example of the golden spiral. The eye of the nautilus has no lens and is similar in function to a pinhole camera. It is native to the waters of the South Pacific near Australia, Japan, and Micronesia. It uses its tentacles to grip food and pass it to its mouth, and is known to eat anything that smells.
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  • Enteroctopus dofleini

    Enteroctopus dofleini

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    Enteroctopus dofleini

    Pacific Octopus showing detail of the head and large eye. Known for their intelligence, octopuses can solve simple puzzles and use tools. The brain of the Pacific Octopus has folded lobes, an indication of complexity, and visual and tactile memory centers. The Pacific Octopus is arguably the largest octopus species, and is native to the waters of the North Pacific along California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Alaska, Russia, northern Japan, and Korea.
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  • Cyanea capillata

    Cyanea capillata

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    Cyanea capillata

    Detail of a Lion's Mane Jellyfish. Known alternatively as the Hair Jelly, the Lion's Mane Jellyfish is the largest known species of jellyfish. The largest recorded specimen's bell measured over seven feet in diameter. Native to the Arctic, northern Atlantic, and northern Pacific Oceans.
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An illustrated view of nature printed on stained wood.

All pieces are unique due to the nature of the wood grain and stain used. No two are alike.