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Entertainment Medieval drawings of animals that look nothing like the living thing

12:25  19 october  2020
12:25  19 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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These medieval drawings of animals look VERY different to the real thing UK-based Daniel Holland has shared example of Medieval drawings of animals Artists behind these sketches clearly had never seen the beasts were drawing mused that the artists behind the paintings had likely never seen the real animals they had

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A man has revealed a collection of medieval drawings of animals which look nothing like the beasts they were based on.

Daniel Holland, from the UK, created a Twitter thread and mused that the artists behind the paintings had likely never seen the real animals they had been tasked to draw.

He wrote: 'A thread of medieval paintings of animals that look nothing like real animals because the artist had never seen them.'

The results are hilariously bizarre and include unrecognisable animals which the artist had claimed to be lions and hippopotamus.

In one of the drawings, one of the artists tried his best to draw a beaver, but ended up drawing the furry creature with a fish tail.

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Meanwhile in another chilling drawing, one person correctly painted an owl with the right body but changed the face to be a human face.

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