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Shokihaze Goby

medical illustration of Traditional illustration in pen and ink. Contrary to popular opinion, swordfish or broadbills do not use their bills to spear their prey. Instead they slash at smaller fish to injure them, making capture easier. They are among the fastest fish and prefer a solitary lifestyle.
Next medical illustration of Portrait from life done in ballpoint pen and watercolor. This prehistoric looking swamp creature is only distantly related to other reptiles (lizards, snakes, turtles, etc.) and instead shares a closer genetic relationship to birds. The main group to which it belongs to, Archosauria, also includes the dinosaurs.

American Alligator Portrait

Traditional illustration in pen and ink. Contrary to popular opinion, swordfish or broadbills do not use their bills to spear their prey. Instead they slash at smaller fish to injure them, making capture easier. They are among the fastest fish and prefer a solitary lifestyle.

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