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Print depicting three geese in dark green ink. The geese stand upon uneven ground with small branching plants throughout. At the bottom, there are six yellow-white symbols. The goose on the left stands on the ground facing towards the right side of the image. This goose, unlike the other two, is almost all dark green. There are yellow-white accents on its body and a yellow-white band just behind its face. It holds its head upright. Right of this goose, the middle goose is in flight towards the right side of the image with its head parallel to its neck. The flying goose has yellow-white skin with dark-green details from the neck upwards. The furthest right goose has yellow-white skin above its shoulders and is just below the head of the flying goose. This goose’s neck is curved backwards so that its head is parallel to its chest. There is a half-circle border of uneven width around the tops of the birds. Along the bottom edge of the object, there is a combination of symbols and numbers written in pencil.

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