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7 related image postcards

   
   
   
   

Encyclopedia Series
Postcards
Encyclopedia Series
Postcards

7 related image postcards

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No.E-27S
10 x 14.8cm / 4 x 5.8"
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No.E-27S
10 x 14.8cm / 4 x 5.8"

What is this earth of ours, what is it made of, what is it like inside and how did it get that way? - Arthur Court, "Minerals"

Seashells: Throughout human history mollusks have been an important source of protein, enabling people to establish settled communities even before agriculture.

Minerals: Sulfur has been found in million ton deposits and is used in the process of rubber vulcanization, making matches, and paper.

Grapes: Known as the father of Japanese grapes, Kawakami Zenbei created one of Japan’s most commonly grown grape varieties, the Muscat Bailey A.

Butterflies: A host of receptors are hidden in the foot of the butterfly that can analyze the chemical difference between two related plants.

Apples: The Ancestral wild apple measures about one inch across, cannot be eaten raw and consists mostly of brown seeds and core.

Insects: Beetles interpret auditory, visuals and chemical information, along with the occasional ability to see heat.


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Apples, butterflies, insects, minerals, grapes, shells

7 Postcards

There are seven different postcards in each category.