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A pair of sea otters eat a salmon they caught in Esquimalt, British Columbia Featured Red Salmon Print

A pair of sea otters eat a salmon they caught in Esquimalt, British Columbia

A pair of sea otters eat a salmon at dawn in Esquimalt, British Columbia on Vancouver Island August 13, 2010. The pair caught the fish in nearby waters and then devoured their catch on a small dock. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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Salmon Head Close Up Issaquah Hatrhery Washington. Salmon swim up the Issaquah creek Featured Red Salmon Print

Salmon Head Close Up Issaquah Hatrhery Washington. Salmon swim up the Issaquah creek

Close-Up of salmon head, Issaquah Hatchery, Washington State. Salmon swimming up the Issaquah creek and are caught in the Hatchery. In the Hatchery, they will be killed for their eggs and sperm, which will be used to create more salmon

© William Perry / DanitaDelimont.com

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Curtain Fragment with Galloping Horse, 500s. Creator: Unknown Featured Red Salmon Print

Curtain Fragment with Galloping Horse, 500s. Creator: Unknown

Curtain Fragment with Galloping Horse, 500s. This large roundel framed with hearts displays a saddled horse galloping through a landscape, indicated by the stylized tree. The secondary motif of birds, partially visible in the corners, was repeated with the large roundels to form a colourful curtain. The many shades of colour were skillfully achieved from only a few dyes, often the most expensive aspect of production: red and pink made from an insect dye, perhaps Armenian cochineal; blue from indigo; salmon (horse's nose and belly), yellow, and brown from fustic (different colours caused by the mordant, probably alum); green from fustic and indigo; and purple (horse's mane) from madder and indigo

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