1-2-3 Draw Wild Animals (123 Draw) by Freddie Levin

By Freddie Levin

Whimsical, attractive initiatives spring like magic from the hand of illustrator Freddie Levin as she exhibits younger artists tips to create captivating animals from uncomplicated shapes, equivalent to eggs, ovals and circles. each one step towards the completed drawing is sluggish and entirely defined. young ones can choose between a menagerie of favourite topics, together with anteaters, armadillos, bison, deer, elephants, giraffes, hippos, jaguars, kangaroos, koalas, lions, orangutans, pandas, platypuses, polar bears, reccoons and extra. information regarding each one animal is helping make the ebook academic in addition to enjoyable.

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Dorsal pattern of broad, dark brown to black longitudinal stripes that alternate with tan or pale brown stripes,- a white or yellowish line from snout, over eye, to rear of head; belly orange or reddish, without other markings; about 15 inches in length, maximum length around 20 inches Black-striped snake, Coniophanes imperialis Dorsal pattern with blotches or bands, no stripes 64 64. Dorsal pattern of large, dark brown to black, roundish blotches or saddles, extending down sides almost to belly, blotches contrast with ground color; pupil elliptical; neck narrow, head broad; belly white or cream to pale yellow,- about 22 inches in length, maximum length around 3 8 inches Northern cat-eyed snake, Leptodeira septentrionalis Dorsal pattern of small, brown to dark brown, irregularly shaped blotches that may be in one, three, or more rows; neck and middorsal blotches may be large and fused, while remainder may be paired and much smaller,black stripe from snout, through eye, to side of neck,- neck pattern usually of three longitudinal black marks; lateral dark neck marks may fuse with lateral head stripe,- belly cream to white,- pupil of eye elliptical; about 15 inches in length, maximum length around 20 inches Night snake (Texas), Hypsiglena torquata 65.

Rings completely encircle the body, red rings alternate with yellow rings that are separated by black rings; snout and anterior head black, followed by a yellow ring, then a black ring; an erect fang at the anterior end of upper jaw; length about 25 inches, maximum length around 47 inches Eastern coral snake (Texas), Micrurus fulvius Body not as above, ringlike crossbands never completely encircle the body,- no permanently erect fang at anterior end of upper jaw 14 14. Prefrontals more than two (Fig.

The novice usually finds scientific names intimidating, but they need not be. Early in life, without ever knowing it, we were already using the scientific names of certain familiar zoo animals: alligator, as in Alligator mississippiensis; boa constrictor, as in Boa constrictor; giraffe, as in Giraffa camelopardalis; and hippopotamus, as in Hippopotamus amphibius. Composed of at least two separate words TAXONOMIC ISSUES (genus and species) and sometimes three (genus, species, and subspecies), the scientific name may also include the name of the person (the author) who first formally described the snake, in which case his or her name will appear at the end.

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