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Deutsch: Afrikanischer Strauß ♂ (Struthio camelus)
English: Ostrich (Male), Tanzania. Cropped.
Esperanto: Virstruto en Tanzanio
Source U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Digital Library System,
  • Stolz, Gary M.
  • Crop uploaded to de.wikipedia by User Franz Xaver
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Public domain This image or recording is the work of a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee, taken or made as part of that person's official duties. As a work of the U.S. federal government, the image is in the public domain. For more information, see the Fish and Wildlife Service copyright policy.

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United States Fish and Wildlife Service

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Ostrich (Male)


File size:      455 KB
Format:         JPEG image (image/jpeg)
Dimensions:     Screen: 2500px x 1686px
        Print: 10.00 x 6.74 inches
Resolution:     250 dpi
Depth:  Full Color
File size:      123 KB
Format:         JPEG image (image/jpeg)
Dimensions:     Screen: 1050px x 708px
        Print: 7.00 x 4.72 inches
Resolution:     150 dpi (mid, presentation quality)
Depth:  Full Colour

Primary Metadata

Title:  Ostrich (Male)  
Alternative Title:      (none)  
Creator:        Stolz, Gary M.  
Source:         WO-5692-031
Publisher:      U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Language:       EN - ENGLISH
Rights:         (public domain)
Audience:       (general)
Subject:        flightless bird


Available:      December 06 2001
Issued:         December 06 2001
Modified:       December 06 2001

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