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FL-3089 Maasai Giraffe - mother and one week old young with umbilical cord still attached and drying Featured Giraffe Print

FL-3089 Maasai Giraffe - mother and one week old young with umbilical cord still attached and drying

FL-3089
Maasai Giraffe - mother and one week old young with umbilical cord still attached and drying
Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
Giraffa camelopardalis tippelski
Ferrero Labat
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Medici, Lorenzo the Magnificient (1449-1492). Italian Featured Giraffe Print

Medici, Lorenzo the Magnificient (1449-1492). Italian

Medici, Lorenzo the Magnificient (1449-1492). Italian patrician and humanist, ruler of Florence from 1469 to 1492. Lorenzo de Medici receiving gifts from his ambassadors. VASARI, Giorgio (1511-1574). Renaissance art. Cinquecento. Fresco. ITALY. TUSCANY. Florence. Palazzo Vecchio (Old Palace)

© Iberfoto/Mary Evans

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Siena, Italy - Contrada - Giraffa (Giraffe) Featured Giraffe Print

Siena, Italy - Contrada - Giraffa (Giraffe)

Standard bearer of the Contrada of Giraffa (Giraffe), Siena, Italy. At birth you become a member of one of the 17 Contrade (Districts) and your life revolves around your Contrada. Each contrada is named after an animal or symbol with individual (and complicated!) heraldic and semi-mythological associations and devices. The contrade race against each other in the famous horse race the Palio around the tight (and dangerous) streets of the city. Date: circa 1903