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Capensis Collection

Capensis, also known as the Cape Horse, is a species of Equidae mammal native to South Africa, and is a small horse with a short neck and long legs

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Background imageCapensis Collection: Honey Badger / Ratel Luangwa National Park, Zimbabwe, Africa

Honey Badger / Ratel Luangwa National Park, Zimbabwe, Africa
ED-826-c Honey Badger / Ratel Luangwa National Park, Zimbabwe, Africa Mellivora capensis Eric Dragesco Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageCapensis Collection: Brown Hares - boxing in field - Oxon - UK - February

Brown Hares - boxing in field - Oxon - UK - February
RES-1277 Brown Hares - boxing in field Oxon - UK - February Lepus capensis George Reszeter Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageCapensis Collection: Brown Hares boxing in Oxordshire February

Brown Hares boxing in Oxordshire February
RES-1063-C Brown Hares - two boxing Oxfordshire, UK, February 2010 Lepus capensis George Reszeter Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageCapensis Collection: Brown Hares - boxing in field - Oxon - UK - February

Brown Hares - boxing in field - Oxon - UK - February
RES-1279 Brown Hares - boxing in field Oxon - UK - February Lepus capensis George Reszeter Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageCapensis Collection: Killer Whales / Orcas (Orcinus orca)

Killer Whales / Orcas (Orcinus orca)
Killer whales / Orcas (Orcinus orca) large pod including calf traveling together while foraging on large schools of Herring (Clupea harengus) in the cold waters of northern Norway, January

Background imageCapensis Collection: Bewick / Honey Badger

Bewick / Honey Badger
(mellivora capensis) aka RATEL This mustolid is so named, curiously enough, because like Pooh it is excessively fond of honey. It lives in South Africa

Background imageCapensis Collection: Killer whale (Orcinus orca) male named Mel attacking young South American sea lion

Killer whale (Orcinus orca) male named Mel attacking young South American sea lion (Otaria flavescens) on beach, Punta Norte, Peninsula Valdes, Argentina

Background imageCapensis Collection: Rock Dassie / Rock Hyrax - South Africa

Rock Dassie / Rock Hyrax - South Africa
ROG-13766 Rock Dassie / Rock Hyrax Western Cape, South Africa Procavia capensis Bob Gibbons Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageCapensis Collection: Orca whales (Orcinus orca) pod surfacing together, Shetland, Scotland, UK. April

Orca whales (Orcinus orca) pod surfacing together, Shetland, Scotland, UK. April

Background imageCapensis Collection: Brown Hare in snow - Oxon - UK - February

Brown Hare in snow - Oxon - UK - February
RES-835 Brown Hare in snow Oxon - UK - February Lepus capensis George Reszeter Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageCapensis Collection: Brown Hare

Brown Hare
CK-3425 European Brown HARE - eating grass UK Lepus capensis europaeus Chris Knights Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageCapensis Collection: African hare (Cape hare) (brown hare) (Lepus capensis)

African hare (Cape hare) (brown hare) (Lepus capensis), Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa, Africa

Background imageCapensis Collection: Orcas / killer whales (Orcinus orca) swimming in open water, Three Kings Islands, New Zealand

Orcas / killer whales (Orcinus orca) swimming in open water, Three Kings Islands, New Zealand. Pacific Ocean

Background imageCapensis Collection: Killer whale (Orcinus orca) pod hunting together in herring baitball (Clupea harengus)

Killer whale (Orcinus orca) pod hunting together in herring baitball (Clupea harengus), Andenes, Andoya island, North Atlantic Ocean, Norway, April

Background imageCapensis Collection: Orcas / killer whales (Orcinus orca) swimming in open water, Three Kings Islands, New Zealand

Orcas / killer whales (Orcinus orca) swimming in open water, Three Kings Islands, New Zealand. Pacific Ocean

Background imageCapensis Collection: Procavia capensis (Rock hyrax or dassie), 1777-1786. Creator: Robert Jacob Gordon

Procavia capensis (Rock hyrax or dassie), 1777-1786. Creator: Robert Jacob Gordon
Procavia capensis (Rock hyrax or dassie), 1777-1786

Background imageCapensis Collection: Rock Dassie (hyrax) on top of Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa, Africa

Rock Dassie (hyrax) on top of Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa, Africa

Background imageCapensis Collection: Picture No. 10877827

Picture No. 10877827
Brown Hare - Oxon (Lepus capensis) Date

Background imageCapensis Collection: Orcas / killer whales (Orcinus orca) swimming in open water, Three Kings Islands, New Zealand

Orcas / killer whales (Orcinus orca) swimming in open water, Three Kings Islands, New Zealand. Pacific Ocean

Background imageCapensis Collection: Tragelaphus strepsiceros, Greater kudu

Tragelaphus strepsiceros, Greater kudu
Watercolour by William Cornwallis Harris. Entitled Strepsiceros capensis, Koodoo

Background imageCapensis Collection: Jacky lashtail, Amphibolurus muricatus

Jacky lashtail, Amphibolurus muricatus, and Cape dwarf gecko, Lygodactylus capensis.. Handcolored copperplate stipple engraving from Jussieus Dictionnaire des Sciences Naturelles 1816-1830

Background imageCapensis Collection: Honey badger, Mellivora capensis, and grison

Honey badger, Mellivora capensis, and grison or South American glutton, Galictis cuja.. Handcolored copperplate stipple engraving from Frederic Cuviers Dictionary of Natural Science: Mammals, Paris

Background imageCapensis Collection: Honey Badger (coloured engraving)

Honey Badger (coloured engraving)
1000126 Honey Badger (coloured engraving) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Illustrator:Kretsch Engraver)

Background imageCapensis Collection: Rock hyrax (Procavia capensis) (dassie), Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa, Africa

Rock hyrax (Procavia capensis) (dassie), Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa, Africa

Background imageCapensis Collection: Sula capensis, Cape Gannet

Sula capensis, Cape Gannet
Plate 2 from William MacGillivrays Watercolour drawings of British Animals (1831-1841)

Background imageCapensis Collection: Honey badger, Mellivora capensis, and least

Honey badger, Mellivora capensis, and least weasel, Mustela nivalis.. Handcolored copperplate stipple engraving from Frederic Cuviers Dictionary of Natural Science: Mammals, Paris, France, 1816

Background imageCapensis Collection: Picture No. 10899075

Picture No. 10899075
European Hare (Lepus capensis) Date

Background imageCapensis Collection: Cape gannet (Morus capensis) chick, Bird Island, Lamberts Bay, South Africa, Africa

Cape gannet (Morus capensis) chick, Bird Island, Lamberts Bay, South Africa, Africa

Background imageCapensis Collection: Long-beaked Common Dolphin (Delphinus capensis) three adults

Long-beaked Common Dolphin (Delphinus capensis) three adults, feeding on baitball school of small bait fish, offshore Port St. Johns, Wild Coast, Eastern Cape (Transkei), South Africa

Background imageCapensis Collection: Marsh Owl - with prey in mouth - at nest - South Africa

Marsh Owl - with prey in mouth - at nest - South Africa
CH-3962 Marsh OWL - with prey for chick South Africa Asio capensis Clem Haagner Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageCapensis Collection: Brown Hare - Oxon - UK - March

Brown Hare - Oxon - UK - March
RES-1110 Brown Hare - Oxon UK - March Lepus capensis George Reszeter Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway.

Background imageCapensis Collection: Brown Hare - mating Oxfordshire, UK, January

Brown Hare - mating Oxfordshire, UK, January
RES-718 Brown Hare - mating Oxfordshire, UK, January Lepus capensis George Reszeter Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageCapensis Collection: Cape Gannet

Cape Gannet
GKB-1727 CAPE GANNET Sula capensis Geoffrey K Brown Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageCapensis Collection: Rock Dassie

Rock Dassie, (Procavia capensis), Cape of the good hope, Capetown, South Africa

Background imageCapensis Collection: Rock hyrax (rock dassie) (Procavia capensis), Mountain Zebra National Park

Rock hyrax (rock dassie) (Procavia capensis), Mountain Zebra National Park, South Africa, Africa

Background imageCapensis Collection: Brown Hare

Brown Hare
CK-1793 Brown Hare Lepus capensis Chris Knights Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageCapensis Collection: Three-leaved bouvardia, Bouvardia triphylla, trumpet-flowered bouvardia, Bouvardia versicolor

Three-leaved bouvardia, Bouvardia triphylla, trumpet-flowered bouvardia, Bouvardia versicolor, Cape burchellia
FLO4670090 Three-leaved bouvardia, Bouvardia triphylla, trumpet-flowered bouvardia, Bouvardia versicolor, Cape burchellia, Burchellia capensis, and dwarf Cape jasmine, Gardenia radicans

Background imageCapensis Collection: Anemone species: Japanese anemone, Anemone japonica, Cape anemone, Anemone capensis

Anemone species: Japanese anemone, Anemone japonica, Cape anemone, Anemone capensis, and yellow anemone
FLO4669960 Anemone species: Japanese anemone, Anemone japonica, Cape anemone, Anemone capensis, and yellow anemone, Anemone palmata

Background imageCapensis Collection: Cape hare, Lepus capensis, and tapeti or Brazilian hare, Sylvilagus brasiliensis

Cape hare, Lepus capensis, and tapeti or Brazilian hare, Sylvilagus brasiliensis
FLO4660189 Cape hare, Lepus capensis, and tapeti or Brazilian hare, Sylvilagus brasiliensis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Rene Primevere Lesson's Complements de Buffon, Pourrat Freres

Background imageCapensis Collection: Jacky lashtail, Port Jackson agame, Amphibolurus muricatus, and Cape dwarf gecko, Cape anolis

Jacky lashtail, Port Jackson agame, Amphibolurus muricatus, and Cape dwarf gecko, Cape anolis, Lygodactylus capensis
FLO4645372 Jacky lashtail, Port Jackson agame, Amphibolurus muricatus, and Cape dwarf gecko, Cape anolis, Lygodactylus capensis

Background imageCapensis Collection: Cape lappet moth, Eutricha capensis (Cape moth, Phalaena capensis). Illustration drawn

Cape lappet moth, Eutricha capensis (Cape moth, Phalaena capensis). Illustration drawn
FLO4683814 Cape lappet moth, Eutricha capensis (Cape moth, Phalaena capensis). Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder

Background imageCapensis Collection: Speckled black cicada, Gaeana maculata 1, Platypleura capensis 2, Lystra lanata 3

Speckled black cicada, Gaeana maculata 1, Platypleura capensis 2, Lystra lanata 3, Andrena thoracica 4
FLO4615966 Speckled black cicada, Gaeana maculata 1, Platypleura capensis 2, Lystra lanata 3, Andrena thoracica 4, Acrotelsa collaris 5, hoverfly, Milesia virginiensis 6, and paper wasp

Background imageCapensis Collection: Blue rale - African rail, Rallus caerulescens (Rallus capensis) and clymene moth, Haploa clymene

Blue rale - African rail, Rallus caerulescens (Rallus capensis) and clymene moth, Haploa clymene
FLO4595669 Blue rale - African rail, Rallus caerulescens (Rallus capensis) and clymene moth, Haploa clymene. After an illustration by Pieter de Bevere supplied by Governor Joan Gideon Loten

Background imageCapensis Collection: Cape Mole rat - Cape mole-rat, Georychus capensis (Long toothed marmot)

Cape Mole rat - Cape mole-rat, Georychus capensis (Long toothed marmot, Mus capensis) of South Africa
FLO4595737 Cape Mole rat - Cape mole-rat, Georychus capensis (Long toothed marmot, Mus capensis) of South Africa. From the collection of Mr. Lee

Background imageCapensis Collection: Klapperbos or Chinese lantern tree, Nymania capensis, native to South Africa

Klapperbos or Chinese lantern tree, Nymania capensis, native to South Africa
FLO4569577 Klapperbos or Chinese lantern tree, Nymania capensis, native to South Africa. Handcoloured stipple engraving on copper by Barrois from a botanical illustration by Pancrace Bessa

Background imageCapensis Collection: Dentelaire du Cap (Plumbaginees) - Plumbago Capensis (Botanique)

Dentelaire du Cap (Plumbaginees) - Plumbago Capensis (Botanique), 1855 - Emmanuel Le Maout - Organography
JAB4119573 Dentelaire du Cap (Plumbaginees) - Plumbago Capensis (Botanique), 1855 - Emmanuel Le Maout - Organography and Taxonomy - Natural History of Plant Families and Principal Species -;

Background imageCapensis Collection: Cape Olivier - Black ironwood, Olea capensis (Nepal privet glabrous var)

Cape Olivier - Black ironwood, Olea capensis (Nepal privet glabrous var. Ligustrum nepalense glabrum)
FLO4582337 Cape Olivier - Black ironwood, Olea capensis (Nepal privet glabrous var. Ligustrum nepalense glabrum). Native to Africa

Background imageCapensis Collection: Cape olive tree, flowers - Black ironwood, Olea capensis (Wavy-leaved fragrant Cape olive)

Cape olive tree, flowers - Black ironwood, Olea capensis (Wavy-leaved fragrant Cape olive, Olea undulata)
FLO4582913 Cape olive tree, flowers - Black ironwood, Olea capensis (Wavy-leaved fragrant Cape olive, Olea undulata). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Swan after an illustration by William



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Capensis Collection

Capensis, also known as the Cape Horse, is a species of Equidae mammal native to South Africa, and is a small horse with a short neck and long legs, and its coat can be either black or brown and has an average height of 13-14 hands (52-56 inches) and weighs around 800 pounds. The Capensis is an agile animal that can reach speeds of up to 40 mph in short bursts, and are social animals that live in herds and graze on grasses and shrubs in the wild. In captivity they can used for riding, driving, show jumping, dressage competitions, racing events, therapeutic riding programs for disabled riders and more. The Capensis is an intelligent animal with great stamina that makes it well suited for many activities.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

Media Storehouse offers a stunning collection of Capensis wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards. Our collection features high-quality images of these majestic animals in their natural habitat. From close-up shots to panoramic views, our collection captures the beauty and grace of these creatures. The Capensis family includes zebras, horses and donkeys which are known for their unique stripes or coat patterns. These animals have been an inspiration for artists and photographers alike due to their striking appearance. Whether you're looking to add some character to your home or office space or searching for the perfect gift for an animal lover, our Capensis collection has something for everyone. With a variety of sizes and formats available at affordable prices, it's easy to find the perfect piece that fits your style and budget.
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What are Capensis (Equidae Mammals Animals) art prints?

Capensis art prints are a collection of stunning images featuring Equidae mammals, which include horses, zebras and donkeys. These prints showcase the beauty and grace of these majestic creatures in their natural habitats, captured by talented photographers from around the world. Each print is carefully crafted using high-quality materials to ensure that it captures every detail of the original image. The result is a beautiful work of art that will add style and sophistication to any home or office space. Whether you're an animal lover or simply appreciate fine art, Capensis art prints offer something for everyone. With a wide range of sizes and styles available, there's sure to be a print that fits your unique taste and decor. So if you're looking for a beautiful way to bring nature into your home or office space, consider adding one (or more.) Capensis art prints to your collection today.
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What Capensis (Equidae Mammals Animals) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Capensis art prints that you can choose from. These prints are available in various sizes and formats, including canvas, framed, and photographic prints. You can select the print that best suits your needs and preferences. The collection includes stunning images of Capensis horses captured in their natural habitat or during equestrian events. The artwork showcases the beauty and grace of these majestic animals, making them perfect for any horse lover or enthusiast. You can also find black-and-white photographs that highlight the unique features of these equine creatures. Whether you prefer classic or contemporary styles, we have something to offer everyone. In addition to traditional art prints, Media Storehouse also offers digital downloads for those who want to use the images for personal projects such as wallpapers or screensavers. With so many options available, you're sure to find a Capensis art print that will add style and sophistication to any room in your home or office.
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How do I buy Capensis (Equidae Mammals Animals) art prints?

To purchase Capensis art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork featuring these beautiful creatures. Once you have found a print that catches your eye, simply click on it to view more details and options for purchasing. We offer a range of sizes and formats for their prints, including canvas, framed, and unframed options. You can choose the size and format that best suits your needs and preferences. To complete your purchase, simply add the print to your cart and proceed to checkout. We accept various payment methods such as credit cards or PayPal. Once your order has been processed, you will receive an email confirmation with details about when to expect delivery. Your Capensis art print will be carefully packaged to ensure safe arrival at its destination. Whether you are looking for a stunning piece of wall art or a unique gift for someone special, our selection of Capensis art prints is sure to impress.
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How much do Capensis (Equidae Mammals Animals) art prints cost?

We offer a range of Capensis art prints at varying prices. Our collection includes high-quality photographic and artistic prints that capture the beauty and majesty of these magnificent creatures. Each print is produced using state-of-the-art printing technology to ensure exceptional clarity, detail, and color accuracy. Our prices vary depending on the size and type of print you choose. We offer a variety of sizes ranging from small to large format prints, as well as different finishes such as matte or glossy. Additionally, we have various framing options available for those who wish to display their artwork in a more traditional way. Our Capensis art prints are competitively priced while maintaining the highest standards of quality. Whether you're looking for a stunning piece to adorn your home or office walls or searching for an unforgettable gift for someone special, our collection has something for everyone's budget and taste.
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How will my Capensis (Equidae Mammals Animals) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Capensis art prints will be delivered to you with the utmost care and attention to detail. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your artwork arrives in pristine condition, ready for framing or display. Our team of experienced professionals takes great pride in handling and shipping each order, ensuring that it is packaged securely and shipped promptly. We offer a range of delivery options to suit your needs, including standard shipping and express delivery services. You can track your order online using our convenient tracking system, which allows you to monitor its progress from dispatch through to delivery. We are committed to providing our customers with the highest level of service possible. Whether you are purchasing one print or several, we take every step necessary to ensure that your order is handled with care and delivered on time. So sit back, relax, and let us take care of everything – your beautiful Capensis art prints are on their way.