• Birds Of Prey Framed Chart

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Originally designed in 1891 by Jung-Koch-Quentell, this lithograph on paper has been reprinted by Lehrmittelverlag Hagemann Düsseldorf, a German producer of educational materials. Once used in a science classroom, this chart details the biology of the birds of prey, including owls and hawks. The top half of the poster features an illustration of the birds in action. Focus is given to a hawk that has killed a duck. The bottom presents anatomical views of the tools that make these birds so powerful: ears, talons and eyes. This chart comes in a black wood frame.

Lithograph on paper. Mounted. High-quality custom wood frame. This product is brand-new. Its unique, contemporary design and construction is inspired by past vintage designs.

Wipe with a dry cloth.
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Matte Black Frame
High Quality Photographic Print, With Custom Wood Frame
H 47” W 33.50” D 2”
13 lbs

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