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The Chinese water deer is found in the lower Yangtze Basin of east-central China and in Korea. The species was also introduced and became wild in England and France.

Chinese water deer live among tall reeds, rushes along rivers, and in tall grass...

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"Huey P. Newton, Minister of Defence" By an unidentified artist, 1968. Photolithographic halftone poster. 88.9 x 58.4 cm (35 x 23 in.): When organizers of the Black Panther Party set up this scene for a photographer in 1967—ent...

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Palace door (ilekun aafin), Olowe of Ise · ca. 1875-ca. 1938, Ise, Ekiti region, Nigeria, ca. 1904-1910, Wood, traces of pigment. Olowe of Ise is considered by many art historians and art collectors to be the most important Yoruba artist of the 2...

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Zim Zum , 1990, acrylic, emulsion, crayon, shellac, ashes, and canvas on lead by Anselm Kiefer

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Cabin Creek, 1999
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By Deborah Butterfield

Deborah Butterfield's passion for horses dates to her childhood in California in the 1950s and 1960s. Butterfield purchased her first horse as an undergraduate ceramics student and subsequently...

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Let Us Now Praise Famous Men (Rauschenberg Family), 1963, silkscreen on canvas by Andy Warhol

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Every piece of luggage going to a Titanic stateroom was issued a sticker or tag, such as these. These are all vintage and would have been used to tell the crew which bags went to cargo and which went to the staterooms.

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Nat, 1971, acrylic on canvas by Chuck Close

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The Red-tailed Catfish is native to the Amazon, Orinoco, and Essequibo river basins of South America and found only in fresh water. The Red-tailed Catfish has a broad head with a wide mouth. Its body is primarily dark gray with small darker gray s...

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Orisha Oko is one of the principal deities among the Yoruba. Associated with the fertility of farms, he also has the power to aid in childbirth, restore people to health using herbal medicines and protect devotees against witchcraft.
Blacksmiths o...

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The California Two-spot Octopus (Octopus bimaculoides), also known as the "Bimac Octopus", is an octopus species that lives off the coast of California. One can identify the species by the circular blue eyespots on each side of i...

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U.S.A. Flag, muslin, plaster, tempera, and wire by Claes Oldenburg

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Wall Drawing No. 681 C / A wall divided vertically into four equal squares separated and bordered by black bands. Within each square, bands in one of four directions, each with color ink washes superimposed.,

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The German Zeppelin Staaken R.IV was the largest bomber produced during World War I.  With a wingspan of 102 inches, this model is the largest exhibit model aircraft ever produced for the National Air and Space Museum.  It was constructed in 1991 ...

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While the material and superb artistic quality on this hunting horn are local, the placement of the mouthpiece, the suspension lugs and the scenes of a European hunt indicate the horn was for export and influenced by European prints. This horn is ...

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The PW100 series of engines is representative of today's turboprop engine technology. These engines were designed for increased power and lower fuel consumption in anticipation of larger and faster regional aircraft. They power the Aérospati...

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Titanic boilers display model, handcrafted with styrofoam, made to actual size

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A granite curb on the north side of the statues lists the 22 countries of the United Nations that sent troops or gave medical support in defense of South Korea.

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Dubbed "Ubangia" by the publicity chief of the Ringling Brothers Circus, women of the Sara tribe in Chad, Africa, have their lips pierced when young, and as they grow older they insert wooden plates in them. In 1934, Ripley met a...

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Since 1742, the Sheriff’s Office has proudly served Fairfax County as the original law enforcement agency.  The position of sheriff is one established by the Virginia Constitution.  At best count, there have been 70 sheriffs in Fairfax County si...

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