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(2) Members are expected to politely “throw down the gauntlet” and solicit giraffes from people who should not be drawing giraffes. While I can try my best to be everywhere at once, I need all of the help I can get. It was the street team, after all, who got the Sen. Al Franken and Dessa giraffes, for example. I can be contacted at Prest202[at]Morris.UMN.edu.
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Brin : a Brin-class submarine built for and operated by Italy’s Regia Marina during World War II.
In August 1942 Brin contributed to the axis opposition to the Pedestal convoy. During the action she brought down an allied Short Sunderland flying boat. While in the Mediterranean, she performed 17 patrols.
At the Italian armistice, Brin was part of the Italian Fleet that surrendered to the allies in 1943. She was subsequently used on training operations in the Indian Ocean for the remainder of the war.
This was the officious information. Really – the foto shows it – this ship was in the beginning made for use in the desert or steppe. Therefore, she had been painted with a total giraffe-comouflage. Unfortunately she was unable to drive and dive in the sands.
For the foto look at Italian wikipedia !
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