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Tusked and curly-haired ibex, a horned deer (hart), 2 stags, in "The Tudor Pattern book", ca.

From the Gorleston Psalter.  Queck!  (The fox should say "NOM!")

The wolf carries off the duck, whose protest is rendered:"queck!"' British Library, Add f. The Gorleston Psalter.

Looks like a deer being eaten by a venus fly catcher

Reindeer and Panther, Striped animal with curly hair, in "The Tudor Pattern book", ca.

TUDOR BESTIARY, 1520, Harts. A  bone, a feather, animal scratching itself. A bird.’ From an herbal and bestiary known as “The Tudor Pattern Book,” published in East Anglia c.1520-30 via Bodleian MS. Ashmole 1504 - Oxford University Luna servlet

A bone, a feather, animal scratching itself.’ From an herbal and bestiary known as “The Tudor Pattern Book,” published in East Anglia via Bodleian MS.

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