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Killer whale and thunderbird. Drawn on a page of a spiral drawing book. Both figures are in profile and facing to the right side. The grey killer whale is on the bottom. Its oval grey pupil and eye surrounded by an oval that is pointed at both ends is looking upward at the bird on top of its dorsal fin. The eye is surrounded by a yellow area. Behind the eye, there are two red u forms at right angles to each other. Below the eye, there are four elongated, inverted grey u forms. The nostrils and the open mouth are red showing white teeth and two pairs of front fangs. Behind the back of the mouth, there are two inverted grey u forms separated by a thick, curving line from two circles above. The side fin is decorated with a green crescent shape, thick red curving lines with two grey circles above and inverted u forms below, and sideways green u form. The dorsal fin is decorated with a face in profile and facing to the right side at the bottom. This face has a green area surrounding the black eye, an upturned, curling red nose, and fangs. The tail is decorated with a face in profile and facing to the right side at the bottom. This face has a green area surrounding the black eye, red nostrils, and an open red mouth showing even rows of teeth. The bird is resting on top of the whale's dorsal fin with its yellow claw and its wings outstretched at the back. The circular grey pupil and eye are surrounded by an oval that has points at both ends and a green area. The beak is yellow, and the lips are lined with red. The front of the wings have three sideways red u forms outlined by grey ones and surrounded by a larger green one. The back of the wings have two sideways yellow u forms, two green u forms, and a thick, curving red line. The tail has a sideways red u form and three sideways brown u forms. The body has grey feather outlines. Pen on the top left corner reads a word for 'Thunderbird' and pen on the bottom left corner reads a word for 'Killer Whale'. The painting is horizontally rectangular.


One of a set originally drawn in a spiral drawing book while Mungo Martin was in a Vancouver hospital in 1951.

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