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A Crichtonsaurus crosses paths with a pair of frogs within a Cretaceous forest Featured Wood Frog Print

A Crichtonsaurus crosses paths with a pair of frogs within a Cretaceous forest

A ten-foot-long Crichtonsaurus crosses paths with a pair of frogs deep within a Cretaceous forest 95 million years ago. The heavily armored Crichtonsaurus was a herbivore and therefore unlikely to have any interest in frogs as food, while the carnivorous frogs are doubtless in search of smaller prey. The forest is populated with various ferns and the conifer-like Wollemi Pine (not a true conifer, rather an Araucariaceae more closely related to the Monkey Puzzle tree)

© Walter Myers/Stocktrek Images

Flying-frog headpiece Featured Wood Frog Print

Flying-frog headpiece

Flying-frog headpiece. According to Tsimshian mythology many flying frogs came out of a lake two years after the disappearance of the ancestress of a frog clan. Following their appearance the ancestress was seen floating on the water and covered with frogs. Since that time the frog has been a special crest. Country of Origin: Northwest Coast of America. Culture: Tsimshian. Date/Period: late 19th C. Material Size: wood. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Canadian Museum of Civilization . Location: 33

© Werner Forman Archive / Heritage-Images

Man looks curtain Kabuki actor Ichikawa DanjA»rAŽ VII Featured Wood Frog Print

Man looks curtain Kabuki actor Ichikawa DanjA»rAŽ VII

Man looks over a curtain, Kabuki actor Ichikawa Danjuro VII (1791-1859) dressed for his Shibaraku role, looks over a curtain with three ropes at the top. Scene from the play Shitenno, performed several times in the 1820s in the Tamagawa theater in Edo. With one poem about the Kiba district where Danjuro lived: The piles of wood sing a song in tune with the songbird and the rhythm of the frogs - Spring has arrived in Kiba., Utagawa Kunimitsu (mentioned on object), Japan, c. 1820, paper, polishing, h 203 mm ? w 182 mm

© Artokoloro