Queen Of Hearts
Findings from an archaeological excavation
Around December 1963, an archeologist [maybe his name was John Himellman] went to an archaeological excavation in the Sahara Desert. During a random night excavation, he was very lucky to spot a breed of rare rodent. He called it 'Queen of Hearts' Because he fell in love with it immediately. This strain was completely eradicated due to human destruction that happened in 2000. We can no longer discern it, but from these few findings.
The aim of this work, then, is to present the viewers with these historical findings.
This is the Queen of Hearts. This is the prototype the whole family apparently came from. 3.5 year old female