After colour engines became available the focus shifted towards the excellent colour reproduction. The small footprint for the environment became also an item. After the mid 1990s the use of animals for copiers was aborted. More recent examples were not found.
The more you put in, the more you get out. That doesn't sound like a copier to me. I would expect to put one in and receive many. The picture features a rather shabby chicken looking back to more eggs than it can handle. The link to reproduction is clear, but it's not very well done. The original egg is laying on top of the lid covering the glass plate and couldn't possibly survive the pass through the slit. The right setup ought to be with open lid and the bird sitting on the plate.
Take a look at the mount of eggs.
Do you believe this ? I can't. No chicken egg can either survive such a fall nor the pressure of that many brethren.
Zoologists dabbling with genetics, but also Einsteins, Corbusiers, and other Edisons can copy to their hart's content with this speed demon. (And make their stingy accountant happy). The advert confirms the clichéd differences in behaviour between man and woman. The man (2) is only mildly surprised while the lady (3) is really distressed. This happens although the small elephants are less menacing than the enormous ladybirds.
With us reproduction is straightforward. This is the use of contrast but also a variation on the better than Nature tune. What I fail to understand is why the Platypus was choosen. The choice is appropriate, but other more familiar species could perform equally well, I think. For that whiff of exotism perhaps ?
incredibly sharp b&w half-tone imagesand the impact of colour for
more persuasive presentation materials and reports. (See also the chapter dedicated to Zebras.)
The simplicity of intelligenceand it is nearly miraculous that no dolphin was called upon. Intelligence is their business, more than from any other species (see Sea mammals).
no warming up time(two rabbits),
12 copies a minute(rabbit with number one),
front loading cassette(rabbit with carrots),
environment friendly(rabbit in the grass between flowers),
zoom function(big and small) and
easy maintenance(rabbit chewing hay). The accompanying text again stresses that the copier is
friendly for the environment(†), works
almost ozone free. There is only a casual mention to the effect that it makes quality copies.