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Listening Gnu by the Nevrax Design Team

 [Listening Gnu]

This color drawing depicts a gnu lounging comfortably in a golden robe. He wears large headphones. His eyes are closed, and he has a look of contentment on his face. He clearly enjoys what he is hearing. In his front hooves, he holds a portable CD player, and a few CDs lay on the floor in front of him. Also on the floor are a two speakers, which are also plugged into his portable unit.

We thank the artists of the Nevrax Design Team, for drawing this beautiful picture, and their employer, Nevrax Limited, for giving him time to work on it.

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