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  • Cassie Greer

    Animal Longevity Chart from "The Transformer: Principles of Making Isotype Charts" by Marie Neurath & Robin Kinross. "In the 1930s, Austrian sociologist, philosopher and curator Otto Neurath and his wife Marie pioneered ISOTYPE — the International System Of TYpographic Picture Education, a new visual language for capturing quantitative information in pictograms, sparking the golden age of infographics in print."

  • Suwan Sajjaphantakeeree

    "How long do animals live?" vintage infographic

  • Madame Nicole Deloncray

    How long different animals live. From "The Transformer: Principles of Making Isotype Charts. #Inforgraphics via Brain Pickings

  • Anaïs Chagnon

    Animals lifespan infographics

  • Sarah Elizabeth

    How Long Do Animals Live Infographic | Brain Pickings

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