Skull of extinct hyena
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Title: Head of the extinct species of hyaena, found in diluvial clay at Lawford, near Rugby

Creator: Thomas Webster, George Scharf

Description: The skull of an extinct species of hyena.

The drawing was done by Thomas Webster, with the lithograph being produced by George Scharf. This image was probably produced for inclusion in William Buckland’s projected second volume of ‘Reliquiae Diluvianae’, a book about organic remains found in caves and fissures.

Date: 1825

Format: Black and white lithograph

Archive reference: LDGSL/56/1/5/1

Image reference: 03-03

Recommended print size: Up to 16 x 12 inches (40 x 30cm)


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