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Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis, vulnerable

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Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis, vulnerable

6338765 Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis, vulnerable by Fries, Adolph (1774-1840) (after); ( Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis, vulnerable. Copied from an illustration by Adolph Fries in Felix-Edouard Guerin-Menevilles Dictionnaire Pittoresque d Histoire Naturelle, 1839. Handcoloured steel engraving printed by F. Chardon from Achille Comtes Musee d Histoire Naturelle, Museum of Natural History, Gustave Hazard, Paris, 1854.); © Florilegius

Media ID 25215600

© Florilegius / Bridgeman Images

Achille Comte Adolph Fries Chardon Aine Copy Felix Edouard Guerin Meneville Gustave Hazard Indian Rhinoceros Musee D Histoire Naturelle Museum Of Natural History Plagiarism Printer Quadruped Rhino Rhinoceros Unicornis Steel Engraving Vulnerable Pachyderm


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This print showcases the majestic Indian rhinoceros, also known as Rhinoceros unicornis. The vulnerable creature is depicted in intricate detail, highlighting its unique features and commanding presence. The image is a reproduction of an illustration by Adolph Fries from Felix-Edouard Guerin-Meneville's renowned Dictionnaire Pittoresque d'Histoire Naturelle, published in 1839. This handcoloured steel engraving was expertly printed by F. Chardon and can be found in Achille Comte's Musee d'Histoire Naturelle, Gustave Hazard, Paris. The striking composition captures the essence of this endangered species while paying homage to the artistic talent of both Fries and Guerin-Meneville. It serves as a reminder of the importance of preserving our natural world and protecting vulnerable animals like the Indian rhinoceros. With its powerful build and distinctive horn, this pachyderm stands out among other mammals. Its quadrupedal stance exudes strength and resilience against threats posed by human activities such as poaching and habitat destruction. As we admire this remarkable print, let us reflect on our responsibility to safeguard these magnificent creatures for future generations to appreciate their beauty firsthand. Through artistry and conservation efforts alike, we can ensure that these incredible beings continue to roam our planet with grace and dignity

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