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Australian pelican, Pelecanus conspicillatus, AV2613

Physical Description

Study skin of a pelican, in a curled position with the neck bent back at the attachment to the body so the head is near the tail, and bent at the attachment to the head so the beak is straight along the dorsal surface pointing toward the shoulder. Legs are crossed and tied together with twine. Wings are folded against the body.


Maximum dimensions (H x W x D): 180 x 280 x 760mm

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