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Okimono, Japan Featured Brown Rat Print

Okimono, Japan

This carved object, depicting an egg and two rats, was made in Japan in the mid 1800s. It is known as an okimono, which means object for display in Japanese. These purely decorative items were carved by skilled craftsmen using various materials. This okimono is made from ivory. Elephant ivory (tusk) has been prized by humans for many centuries because of its remarkable carving properties. However, its use has come at a huge cost; the trade in ivory continues to place the world's elephant populations in danger

© RIC, photographer A.G. Tindle

Douniamag-Australia-Lifestyle-Wildlife-Animals-Snakes Featured Brown Rat Print


This picture taken on August 5, 2013 shows a green tree snake recovered by snake catcher Andrew Melrose from a house in Sydney. They are the nightmare tenants who can live undetected alongside Australian families for years: the world's deadliest snakes. Australia is home to some of the most venomous species including the lethal eastern brown, which thrive in urban areas where rubbish bins attract prey such as rats and mice. AFP PHOTO / SAEED KHAN / AFP PHOTO / SAEED KHAN

© Agence France-Presse (AFP) - All Rights Reserved

Brown rat (Rattus rattus), 1828 Featured Brown Rat Print

Brown rat (Rattus rattus), 1828

Brown rat (Rattus rattus), 1828. Probably originating in central Asia, the brown rat's distribution is now worldwide, having been transported in European ships. From British Quadrupeds by William MacGillivray, one of the volumes in William Jardine's Naturalist's Library series. (Edinburgh, 1828)

© Oxford Science Archive / Heritage-Images

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