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Blue Crow, 1512, Albrecht Dürer

Blue Crow, 1512, Albrecht Dürer

(Source: compendium-of-beasts, via poorehart)


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    I think this is a European Roller (Coracias garrulus), but I can see why someone from the 1500s would call it a crow.
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