A Visual Aid for Judging Animals

A Visual Aid for Judging Animals

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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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