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View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
View of a dying Arabian ...
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description
View of a dying Arabian oryx, likely a female, in the Wadi Katabit. This oryx was likely shot by Muhammad bin Shuas, one of Wilfred Thesiger's Bedouin guides.

Due to the nature of these images, prints will reproduce any signs of age, wear or damage that occurred before they were archived by the Pitt Rivers Museum.
additional information
Date December 29, 1945

View of a dying Arabian ...

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