The Icy Water Dabber

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Recently discovered, the Icy Water Dabber (lat. Alle krillosia) is a small bird inhabiting the Northern polar circle and was first described by Edition Krill's editorial staff member Prof. Marius C. Siebold in 2009. The delicately and gracefully shaped bird is capable of filtering tiny primeval crustacea from the icy water by performing swift little shakes and sipping motions with its neck. This quirky habit inspired Prof. Siebold for its naming. The professional world longingly awaits first sketches.

Increased use of pens seriously raises the pH-value. — The Icy Water Dabber

Current owner

Dietmar Pfahl
Frankfurt, Germany

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