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What does the image on the Firefox cannot find site error page mean?

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Good day!

Apologies for the probably dumb question, but I'm finding myself frustrated that I cannot interpret the image that Firefox displays on the "cannot find this site" error page. I get it is something holding a map, but what is it? Cannot figure out what are those on its head, obviously not eyes as quite strangely placed and not identical.

Appreciating if someone shares a clue

thank you!

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it's a little dino, that's also showing up in other error messages...

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Basically, it means the browser could not connect to the wanted address. There are several reasons this could happen: address no longer valid, website having problems, security issues . . .

Please provide a public link (no password) that we can check out. No Personal Information Please !

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Thank you Fred I think the reason for the message is clear, the image is what I cannot interpret. So was hoping someone knows what is this thing on the screenshot. Not a real problem, just a bit frustrating

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it's a little dino, that's also showing up in other error messages...

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Ah so it is a dino! thanks Philipp! :-)

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Note that these illustrations are SVG images.

  • view-source:chrome://browser/skin/illustrations/

You can right-click an image and use "View Page Source" to see the SVG code.


Modified by cor-el

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Thanks Cor-el :) but neither the filename nor the svg code says the content is a dino :)

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