Grazing Takahe: Card

Handmade card, printed on quality photo paper and bonded to heavy card stock. Packaged in a cello bag, includes an envelope...

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FRONT: Grazing Takahe (image)


Caption on Reverse:

The colourful and sturdy Takahe was thought to be extinct until 1948 when a small colony was found in a remote valley in Fiordland, their discovery becoming a world-wide orthinological sensation. They spend up to 19 hours per day constantly eating in order to provide their large bodies with sufficient nourishment, their usual diet being the soft, juicy part at the base of grass stalks, seeds, fern roots and insects...

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TextBlank Inside, Caption on Reverse
Surface FinishMatte
Production DetailHandmade
Card/Paper StockWhite 350gsm from sustainable forests
AdditionsPackaged in a cello bag and includes an envelope

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