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Applicant or licensee name:
Dr Susan Elizabeth Poole
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'"Head up" posture of the great tit
Full description:It is Fig.6, the drawing of a bird with its head upright in the air. It appears in a paper 'An Interpretation of Some Agnostic Postures: The Role of "Cut-Off" Acts and Postures', by the late M.R.A.Chance, published in a 1962 Symposia of the Zoological Society of London entitled 'Evolutionary Aspects of Animal Communication; Imprint and Early Learning'
Category:Still visual art
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University College London, and the Zoological Society of London. I also own a copy of the book.
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Published by the Zoological Society of London in 1962 as a paper in a book under the title 'Evolutionary Aspects of Animal Communication: Imprint and Early Learning'.
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|Creator||No||Michael Robin Alexander Chance 1915 - 2000|
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