Flying horse wings vector silhouettes over orange background


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Flying horse wings vector silhouettes over orange background.

This vector resource includes the following elements:

Animal,Animal silhouettes,Creature,Fly,Flying,Griffin,Head,Horse,Legs,Mane,Mythological,Mythological creature,Mythology,Pegasus,Tail,Wings


This vector contains the following main colors: Sunglow,Piper,Black,Orange Peel
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Creature wiki:
[erm creature refers to an animal.The term can be used to dehumanize a person. For example, in the fictional novel Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley, Dr. Frankenstein's hideous construction is often referred to as a "creature".The term literally means "a created thing", and is sometimes used in theology to contrast a created object with a divine Creator under discussion. See for example "Restoring the Creator-creature relation", the title of chapter 8 of Glorify His Name! by AW Tozer. See more at]

Horse wiki:
>This article discusses ungulate mammals. For other meanings of horse, see Horse (disambiguation). The Horse (Equus caballus) is a sizeable ungulate mammal, one of the seven modern species of the genus Equus. It has long played an important role in transport, whether ridden or used for pulling vehicles. They are also used for food. Though horses may have been domesticated in one isolated locale in 4500 BC, the unequivocal date of (1) domestication and (2) use as a means of transport dates to no earlier than circa 2000 BC, evidenced by the Sintashta chariot burials (see Domestication of the horse). See more at

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