'The Dodo, and the Guinea Pig' by George Edwards

'The Dodo, and the Guinea Pig'

George Edwards

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'The Dodo, and the Guinea Pig'

George Edwards

Zoological study of the Dodo Raphus cucullatus shown with the guinea pig Cavia porcellus. Plate 294 from chapter 84 of Gleanings of natural history, exhibiting figures of quadrupeds, birds, insects, plants, &c..., by George Edwards, volume 2 (London, for the author, 1760). The author' s view of the Dodo was based upon an earlier work owned by him and now in the Natural History Museum, London. The plate is inscribed: "The Dodo. Geo Edwards Sculp: AD. 1757."

Original: etching. 1758

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  • The Royal Society

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