Greater Flamingo, Phoenicopterus roseus. This flamingo skeleton was presented to the trustees of the Zoological Society of New South Wales (Taronga Zoo) in 1893. The zoo helpfully donated many bird and animal species that year, when museum funds were halved because of a severe economic depression in NSW; as a result, opportunities for obtaining specimens were extremely limited. Photographer: Henry Barnes
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High quality archival image presented on 330gsm cotton rag paper ready to frame. Available in 3 sizes.
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