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Imperial Woodpecker, 1956. Art credit: Brian R. Williams.

Extinct Birds Dressed In Fashions From the Year of Their Demise

Image of Imperial Woodpecker, Brian Williams’s Extinct Birds print set features extinct birds drawn wearing clothes from the year in which they became extinct.

Animal Head, Human Body

High-quality prints and posters of the darkly delightful drawings by Brian R. His latest series of drawings feature birds dressed in clothes from the year they went extinct.

WHOA!!!!   "The largest bird to fly, Argentavis magnificens, was believed to have flown like a high-performance glider, according to experts. This bird was believed to have lived 6 million years ago in Argentina. It was close to the size of a Cessna 152 airplane."

10 of the biggest animals to roam the planet

The largest bird to fly, Argentavis magnificens, was believed to have flown like a high-performance glider, according to experts. This bird was believed to have lived 6 million years ago in Argentina. It was close to the size of a Cessna 152 airplane.

Pileated Woodpecker Garden Tree Yard Mailbox Decor Art Metal Sculpture 18 Gauge Metal Steel 10 tall x 45 wide <3 This is an Amazon Associate's Pin. Find out more on Amazon website by clicking the image.

A Pileated Woodpecker to decorate your yard. He is made from 18 gauge steel. He is made with a bracket so he may be mounted to a tree, fence post, mailbox post. Measures tall x wide

Bring the feel of nature into your home with this sophisticated and charming Woodpecker Pull, handcrafted with solid brass and mother-of-pearl inlays.

Bring the feel of nature into your home with this sophisticated and charming Woodpecker Pull, handcrafted with solid brass and mother-of-pearl inlays.

Martha, la última de su especie

Passengerpigeon, 200 years a go there were billions of these birds in North America, but when pigeon meat became popular they were hunted ruthlessly, the last passenger pigeon, Martha died at the Cincinatti Zoo

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