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"ŒUFS" (Eggs), illustration by Adolphe Millot from Nouveau Larousse Illustré [1897-1904]

Français : Oeuf de squale
English: Egg of shark (?)
Date 1897-1904
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Nouveau Larousse Illustré, edited by Claude Augé, published in Paris by Librarie Larousse 1897-1904, this illustration from vol. 6 p. 473
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