A Visual Aid for Judging Animals

A Visual Aid for Judging Animals

Richard Popovic
Aug 24, 2011

Theoretically, animals cannot be 'good' or 'bad.' They are just animals, acting on instinct and responding to stimuli. Of course, anyone with a pet might take exception to that theory, and we regularly put animals into good and bad camps. But in case there are a few that you are not too sure about, there are a couple of great prints available to help clear things up.

Animalia is offering a set of prints by R.S. Posnak that are as entertaining as they are beautiful. Animals of High Moral Standing features a menagerie that can do no wrong, such as pandas, hummingbirds and penguins.

Animals of Low Moral Standing is full of time-tested villains of the animal kingdom--hyenas, vultures, weasels, etc. These 12" x 18" Giclee prints are a great way to get your kids thinking about why certain animals are perceived in a positive or negative light and the essential role each one plays in its respective ecosystem. And they are just plain fun to look at, too.

Animalia donates 10% of each purchase to wildlife conservation.

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