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Keep the Home Fires Burning, WW1 Featured Related Images Print

Keep the Home Fires Burning, WW1

Scenes showing women carrying on and fulfilling men's roles during the First World War while husbands, fathers, brothers and sons serve in the trenches. In this case, perhaps displaying the bias of the Illustrated Sporting & Dramatic News in which this illustration was published, the lady in question gardens, farms, exercises horses, goes hunting, feeds his game birds and looks after a convalscent charger. The title alludes to the popular, patriotic WW1 song written by Ivor Novello and Lena Ford. Date: 1916

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Native of southern Eurasia, the Chukar Partridge was introduced to North America as a game bird Featured Related Images Print

Native of southern Eurasia, the Chukar Partridge was introduced to North America as a game bird

Native of southern Eurasia, the Chukar Partridge was introduced to North America as a game bird. A handsome little cinnamon and gray partridge with striking stripes along its sides and a bright red bill and feet

© Richard Wright / Danita Delimont

Alectoris Chukar, Avian, Bird, British Columbia, Canada, Chukar, Danita Delimont, Fauna, Feeding, Game Bird, Grassland, Great Basin, Grey, Grouse, Hunting, Kamloops, One, Partridge, Richard Wright, Sage, Side View, Snow

KA-598 Thresher / Foxtail Shark Featured Related Images Print

KA-598 Thresher / Foxtail Shark

KA-598
Thresher / Foxtail Shark
Distribution: Eastern & Western Atlantic / Central Pacific / Indo-west Pacific
Alopias vulpinus
Usually lives at depths over 200m & only sighted rarely - The Common Thresher Shark ranges in size from 16.5 to 20ft long - Feeds on Squid & Fish corraling them with its elongated tail / stunning them with slaps from it and catching them with its very sharp but small teeth - Decreasing in numbers because of overfishing (it is hunted for meat and its fins)
Kurt Amsler
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