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Father and daughter on a horse Featured Grey Fox Print

Father and daughter on a horse

A father and his daughter riding a grey horse along a country lane. From a??R. Caldecotta??s Second Collection of Pictures and Songsa?? containing a??The Milkmaida??, a??Hey Diddle Diddlea??, Baby Buntinga??, The Fox Jumps Over the Parsona??s Gatea??, a??A Frog He Would a-Wooing Goa??, a??Come Lasses and Ladsa??, a??Ride a Cock Horsea??a??, a??A Farmer Went Trottinga??a??, a??Mrs Mary Blaizea?? and a??The Great Panjandrum Himselfa??. Drawn by Randolph Caldecott; engraved and printed by E. Evans. Published by George Routledge & Sons, London & New York, c1885

Fashions by Dior and Worth Featured Grey Fox Print

Fashions by Dior and Worth

In the background is a two-piece by Dior of silk shantung dyed to a mandarin colour. The pleated skirt is mounted on a chemise top and worn with a sleeveless bodice trimmed with matching bows. In the foreground is a dress and coat from the House of Worth in a re-embroidered pale grey lace. The coat in mounted on toning pure silk organza and trimmed with matching grey fox. The dress built on lime taffeta moulds the figure and has short sleeves. The turban of swathed lime tulle is also from Worth of Grosvenor Street. Date: 1961

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

During an extreme heat-stress event at Melbourne's Yarra Bend Grey-headed Flying-fox Featured Grey Fox Print

During an extreme heat-stress event at Melbourne's Yarra Bend Grey-headed Flying-fox

During an extreme heat-stress event at Melbourne's Yarra Bend Grey-headed Flying-fox (Pteropus poliocephalus) colony, where temperatures exceeded 43?C, in a desperate search for somewhere cooler and less exposed, Grey-headed Flying-fox (Pteropus poliocephalus) descend from the safety of the tree canopy looking for a cooler place. Ironically and sadly, this behaviour results in what experts call clumping - where the number of bats in close proximity means that the animals get even hotter. It is often a precursor to mass deaths. On the ground there were already many dead bats that had succumb to this heat-stress event. ?Yarra Bend Golf course, Fairfield, Victoria, Australia.? December, 2019

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