Lepus cornutus was first discovered in 16th century. Wolpertinger is a subspecies and endemic in German woods, they are often to be seen during easter and have a sweet tooth. Though all these beings are congeneric (Lepus cornutus, Wolpertinger, Elwetritsch, Rasselbock, Jackalope, Skvader, and Raurakl) it seems that each variety has it own habits and specialities.

Motiv 2 × 2 cm, Aquarell
Papier 300g Aquarellpapier
Format 20 × 20 cm

25 €
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