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This male osprey was captured delivering the fatal bite to this fish on Tigertail Beach, Marco Island, Florida on 13 March 2012. Ospreys always begin eating fish at the head, simply because it is easier to get the...
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Lincoln White House pitcher 1861 - Smithsonian Museum of Natural History - 2012-05-15
A pitcher from the Lincoln White House china service of 1861. In the 1800s, presidents were expected to furnish the White House with their own beds, furniture, plates, and artwork. When a president left office, he...
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Fruit compote dish - Lincoln White House china service - 2012
A fruit compote bowl from the Lincoln White House china service of 1861. In the 1800s, presidents were expected to furnish the White House with their own beds, furniture, plates, and artwork. When a president left...
Photo by Tim Evanson on Flickr