Personally, I think the images should be shown to native people, because if anyone has ever seen them, it is them. The Maker’s Mark is also a fascinating theory but just to check. That’s more likely than it might seem. Aberrant colored songbirds happen relatively frequently and when they do you’re more likely to see them as young adults Lightly Melanated Hella Black Afro African American Shirt (which these both were) before they get eaten or shot, and the aberrant coloration is more likely to occur in family members who live close together (the same reason some cities have black squirrels).
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My favorite theories on these is actually that Audubon had totally fictionalized them and included them more as a “maker’s mark” to his work. Didn’t map makers use to do that to catch forgers too? I got that from a John Green novel so I don’t know if it’s actually a thing I think Google did something like this Lightly Melanated Hella Black Afro African American Shirt once when they were trying to prove that Bing was using Google to search. Yes, map makers would put in nonexistant towns and “trap streets”, fake streets, to catch competitors who simply copied the maps and sold them.
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So if the latter’s map contains these fake places, the former could prove theft. They still do. A recently published map of my hometown has a fictional neighbourhood dedicated to the memory of Terry Fox, with streets named Inspiring, Courageous, etc. Yep. I enjoyed it more than The Fault in Our Stars but it wasn’t something I adored. Lightly Melanated Hella Black Afro African American Shirt I think John Green books are just not for me. I do appreciate that tidbit of knowledge I probably wouldn’t have found otherwise That’s an interesting thought! I suppose it also could have helped him ferret out untrustworthy dealers and collectors.