Barnacle geese hang from tree

Barnacle geese hang from tree

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Credit: BRITISH LIBRARY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Barnacle geese hang from tree, (Miniature) Barnacle geese, as described by Gerald of Wales. They develop from beams in the water and hang from trees enclosed in shells until they can grow feathers and fly. Image taken from Bestiary. Originally published in England (Salisbury?); 1230-1240.

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Keywords: animal, animals, artwork, barnacle, bestiary, bird, flies, fly, geese, goose, grow, growing, growth, historical, history, illustration, insect, latin, materials, organism, water

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