Revealed

A blog about scientific and medical visualization and all that’s involved.

Durer Jackalope

Posted by Janet on April 1, 2008

The long lost drawing of the Durer jackalope:
jackalope.jpg

Happy April Fools Day from “Revealed”
(antlers added 4/1/2008)

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3 Responses to “Durer Jackalope”

  1. […] by Janet on July 1, 2008 Just wondering, what’s all the fascination with this Durer Jacklaope I Photoshopped for April Fool’s Day? Lately it’s been getting more attention than the […]

  2. Branden Sellers said

    That is one kick ass jackalope!!!

  3. Martineaux said

    Unlike most strains of the Western Jackalope, which are related to either the Western Mule Deer or the Blacktail Deer, the Durer Jackalope is nearer to the Pronghorn Antelope, as evinced by the simpler set of antlers. They’re more common in the eastern foothills of the Rockies, and are especially prevalent around Morrison, Co., especially after Little Feat or The Dead shows at Red Rocks!!

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