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At the top there are three sets of parents, but this time they’re mixed up so the offspring are all messed-up.  In the second row there’s the river of life, splitting into separate channels, and eventually into distinct pools.  The bottom frame is a large landscape with the river coming towards the foreground from off in the distance, where it forms lots of little pools, each filled with a couple of lifeforms.

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About jldunbar

An artist and science-enthusiast who loves making books
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