Biologist Temporarily Anesthetizes a Prairie Dog to Reduce Stress While Drawing Blood in Reproduction Research. National Wildlife Research Center. Fort Collins, Colorado

  • Joann Brennan, Biologist Temporarily Anesthetizes a Prairie Dog to Reduce Stress While Drawing Blood in Reproduction Research. National Wildlife Research Center. Fort Collins, Colorado, 2000, chromogenic print, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Julie and Robert Lewis, 2010.45.3, © 2000, Joann Brennan

Title
Biologist Temporarily Anesthetizes a Prairie Dog to Reduce Stress While Drawing Blood in Reproduction Research. National Wildlife Research Center. Fort Collins, Colorado
Artist
Date
2000
Location
Not on view
Dimensions
sheet: 2024 in. (50.861.0 cm)
Credit Line

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Gift of Julie and Robert Lewis

Mediums Description
chromogenic print
Classifications
Keywords
  • Animal – prairie dog
  • Architecture Interior – science – laboratory
Object Number
2010.45.3
Palette
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