Sunday, 15 January 2017

Bizzleberry Deer in Blue

During the day the bright blue bizzleberry bushes are protected by their resident colonies of stinging bees, during the cooler evening the insects become docile- this is when the crepuscular bizzleberry deer move in to graze. It is believed that the high concentration of blue pigment imbues to the deer the vivid hue of its coat although this has recently been disputed in the pages of Nature magazine.
20cm x47cm x22cm

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