Page 27 of the Queenslander Pictorial supplement to The Queenslander 15 November 1919

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Where: Queensland, Richmond, Australia

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When: 01 November 1919

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Location: Queensland, Australia.

Description: Title: Studies from Nature.
Caption: A hornet's nest attached to an Asparagus Plumosus plant. These nests of mud are frequently found attached to plants on suburban gardens.
Caption: A kangaroo rat.
Caption: The rarest of living animals. A female okapi, captured on the Congo by M. Lendeghem, commandant of the district of l'Ouelle, reared by Mrs. Lendeghem, and forwarded to the zoological garden at Antwerp. - See page 29.
Caption: An unwilling steed. - T.G. McMaster photo.
Caption: On the bottle. - Mrs. W.B. Mellor photo.
Caption: A fine specimen of the brown snake (Diemenia Textilis). - W.G. and R.C. Harvey photo.

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