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New Calves of 2000- part 3

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Loon calf

Snitch

based on the Harry Potter books, the line on the left fluke appears to be the fast-flying ball known as a snitch

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Milky Way calf

Damselfly

lines on white part of the rightt fluke look like the long-winged insect

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Nile calf

Aswan

a lineage name, the marks on the bottom of the left fluke could also be compared to a dam

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Onyx calf

Strega

from the Italian word for witch, the name is based on the black, witch hat-like mark on the right fluke

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Palette calf

Punji

three lines reaching up from the bottom of the left fluke resemble the sharpened sticks of an in-ground trap

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