Weimaraner, head-shot, low angle view (toned B&W) : Stock Photo
Weimaraner, head-shot, low angle view (toned B&W) : Stock Photo

Weimaraner, head-shot, low angle view (toned B&W)

Credit: Colin Hawkins
Creative #: BD1534-002
Latin name: Canis familiaris. The Weimaraner breed was developed as a hunting dog, specifically to hunt deer, bear and wild boar, in the mid 1800s. Its name is taken from Weimar, the capital of the Thuringia province in Germany.

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Collection: The Image Bank
Max file size: 3,655 x 4,820 px (12.18 x 16.07 in) - 300 dpi - 4.71 MB
Release info: Property released

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