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Original drawings or paintings for animations:

Preliminary Storyboard for Salmonella Animation 

There are approximately 10 drawings.

1. Periodic Salmonella epidemics among wild birds

and infections among domesticated ones can lead

to salmonellosis in humans. There are more than

1500 known serotypes of Salmonella, but humans

are mostly infected with only 10 of them. In the U.S.

40,000 cases are documented annually, but

salmonellosis is underreported, and the figure is

probably closer to one million.

                     1) Hand and bird

                             pencil

                            11 x 14"?

 

                  2. With more than four billion domestic fowl and

wildfowl consumed in the U.S. annually, salmonellosis

is not likely to be eradicated, but regulations have

been enacted. For example, infected eggs (bacteria

in the ovary infect the yolk) led to passage of the

Egg Product Inspection Act of 1970.

                        2) Carving cooked fowl

                             pencil

                            11 x 14"?

                   3. Despite the regulations, inspections are flawed,

and poultry infection is not uncommon. Salmonella

are hardy, and can survive frozen for several months.   

If meat is undercooked or recontaminated after

cooking, bacteria will be ingested.

 

                      3) Consuming under-cooked fowl

                             pencil

                            11 x 14"?

                    

Dogs

 

Caching Acorn Woodpecker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sacred Ibis

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