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Exploring Nature Educational Resource:

Life Science, Earth Science, and Physical Science Resources for K-12

Gallery of Full-sized, Full Color Art for Licensing
ANIMAL GROUPS

8.5 x 11" Art, Full Color - $100 One-time-use Fee
Scroll down and choose your ANIMAL art.

Australian Animals Illustrated and Named

Australian Animals Illustrated and Named

Bird Orders Illustrated and Named

Bird Orders Illustrated and Named

Butterflies and Moths of North America Illustrated and Named

Butterflies and Moths of North America

Butterflies of North America Illustrated and Named

Butterflies of North America

Farm Animals Illustrated and Named

Farm Animals Illustrated and Named

Insect Orders Illustrated and Named

Insect Orders Illustrated and Named

Mammal Classes Illustrated and Named

Mammals Illustrated and Named

New Zealand Animals Illustrated and Named

New Zealand Animals Illustrated and Named

Nocturnal Animals Illustrated and Named

Nocturnal Animals Illustrated and Named

Penguins of the World Illustrated and Named

Penguins of the World Illustrated and Named

Reptile Classification Illustrated and Named

Reptile Classification Illustrated and Named

Sharks (Black and White) Illustrated and Named

Sharks (Black and White) Illustrated and Named

Sharks (Color) Illustrated and Named

Sharks (Color) Illustrated and Named

Venomous & Poisonous Animals Illustrated and Named

Venomous & Poisonous Animals Illustrated and Named

Marine Mammals Illustrated and Named

Marine Mammals Illustrated and Named

Winter Birds Illustrated and Named

Winter Birds Illustrated and Named

 Woodpeckers of North America Illustrated and Named

 Woodpeckers of North America Illustrated and Named

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Amsel, Sheri. "Gallery of Full-sized, Full Color Art for Licensing
ANIMAL GROUPS" Exploring Nature Educational Resource ©2005-2017. January 20, 2017
< http://exploringnature.org/db/view/4558 >

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