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Four members of the Corvidae family

Four members of the Corvidae family


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Four members of the Corvidae family

Four members of the Corvidae family -- a raven (corvus corax) and three crows (corvus corone, corvus cornix and corvus frugilegus)

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1850s 1853 Corvidae Corvus Crow Crows Perched Raven Corax Cornix Corone Corvid Frugilegus


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This photograph, taken in the 1850s, showcases four magnificent members of the Corvidae family, perched gracefully on a snow-covered branch of a tree. The image features a raven (Corvus corax), the largest and most iconic member of the corvid family, along with three species of crows: the common raven (Corvus corone), the carrion crow (Corvus cornix), and the rook (Corvus frugilegus). The Corvidae family, also known as the crow family, is renowned for its intelligence and adaptability. These birds have been a source of fascination for humans for centuries, with evidence of their presence dating back to the Stone Age. The raven, in particular, holds a significant place in history and mythology, representing various symbols of wisdom, death, and rebirth across different cultures. This photograph, captured over 160 years ago, offers a glimpse into the past and showcases the timeless beauty of these birds. The snow-covered branch and tree trunk add an element of winter wonder, making this image a true treasure for bird enthusiasts and historians alike. The intricate details of the feathers, beaks, and eyes of each bird are a testament to the skill of the photographer, who managed to capture the essence of these birds in their natural habitat. As you gaze upon this photograph, take a moment to appreciate the history and the natural world that it represents. The Corvidae family continues to thrive and adapt, and this image serves as a reminder of their enduring presence and the rich history they bring with them.

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