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The Bestiarium of Aloys Zötl (1831-1887), courtesy of The Public Domain Review. A wonderful source for unusual antiquarian images. They need $help$ to continue.

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The Bestiarium of Aloys Zötl (1831-1887), courtesy of The Public Domain Review. A wonderful source for unusual antiquarian images. They need $help$ to continue.
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