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Multiple exposure study of various frogs shows that those with more foot webbing glide further (Resolution restriction - image digitised from film, 'Weird Nature' tv series)  -  Tim MacMillan / John Downer Pr
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Tim MacMillan / John Downer Pr / Multiple exposure study of various frogs shows that those with more foot webbing glide further (Resolution restriction - image digitised from film, 'Weird Nature' tv series)
Borneo giant forest scorpion (Heterometrus longimanus) resting inside a fallen hollow log. Danum Valley, Sabah, Borneo. Photographed with natural light and UV light, see 1588717 for a comparative imag...  -  Nick Garbutt
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Nick Garbutt / Borneo giant forest scorpion (Heterometrus longimanus) resting inside a fallen hollow log. Danum Valley, Sabah, Borneo. Photographed with natural light and UV light, see 1588717 for a comparative imag...
Borneo giant forest scorpion (Heterometrus longimanus) resting inside a fallen hollow log. Danum Valley, Sabah, Borneo. Photographed with natural light only, see 1588718 for a comparative image with U...  -  Nick Garbutt
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Nick Garbutt / Borneo giant forest scorpion (Heterometrus longimanus) resting inside a fallen hollow log. Danum Valley, Sabah, Borneo. Photographed with natural light only, see 1588718 for a comparative image with U...
The history of life, proposed by  Swiss-American naturalist Louis Agassiz. Agassiz would disagree strongly with Darwin's theory of evolution. This diagram from 1855 shows how he understood biological...  -  Paul  D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / The history of life, proposed by Swiss-American naturalist Louis Agassiz. Agassiz would disagree strongly with Darwin's theory of evolution. This diagram from 1855 shows how he understood biological...
Portrait of Pierre Belon (15171564) renaissance French explorer, naturalist, writer and diplomat. He worked on a range of topics including ichthyology, ornithology, botany, comparative anatomy, archi...  -  Paul  D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Portrait of Pierre Belon (15171564) renaissance French explorer, naturalist, writer and diplomat. He worked on a range of topics including ichthyology, ornithology, botany, comparative anatomy, archi...
Portrait of Pierre Belon (15171564) renaissance French explorer, naturalist, writer and diplomat. He worked on a range of topics including ichthyology, ornithology, botany, comparative anatomy, archi...  -  Paul  D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Portrait of Pierre Belon (15171564) renaissance French explorer, naturalist, writer and diplomat. He worked on a range of topics including ichthyology, ornithology, botany, comparative anatomy, archi...
Illustration of a Black headed uakari (Cacajao melanocephalus) engraving from a sketch by Alexander von Humboldt and Aime Bonpland, included in their volume on comparative zoology and anatomy. The ske...  -  Paul  D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Illustration of a Black headed uakari (Cacajao melanocephalus) engraving from a sketch by Alexander von Humboldt and Aime Bonpland, included in their volume on comparative zoology and anatomy. The ske...
Portrait of George Cuvier holding a fossil fish. George Cuvier was a naturalist, comparative anatomist and palaeontologist (1769 - 1832).  -  Paul  D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Portrait of George Cuvier holding a fossil fish. George Cuvier was a naturalist, comparative anatomist and palaeontologist (1769 - 1832).
Comparative DNA analysis at the National Fish and Wildlife Forensics Laboratory, Ashland, Oregon, USA  -  Roland Seitre
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Roland Seitre / Comparative DNA analysis at the National Fish and Wildlife Forensics Laboratory, Ashland, Oregon, USA
Multiple exposure study of various frogs gliding. Those with more webbing between their toes glide further (Resolution restriction - image digitised from film, 'Weird Nature' tv series)  -  Tim MacMillan / John Downer Pr
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Tim MacMillan / John Downer Pr / Multiple exposure study of various frogs gliding. Those with more webbing between their toes glide further (Resolution restriction - image digitised from film, 'Weird Nature' tv series)
Portrait of Richard Owen (20, July 1804- 18 December 1892), 1889 mezzotint by H.J. Thaddeus with contemporary face but pose taken from an earlier 1852 photograph with dinosaur. Owen was a comparative...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Portrait of Richard Owen (20, July 1804- 18 December 1892), 1889 mezzotint by H.J. Thaddeus with contemporary face but pose taken from an earlier 1852 photograph with dinosaur. Owen was a comparative...
Illustrated portraits of Richard Owen (20, July 1804- 18 December 1892) and Thomas Henry Huxley (4 May 1825 - 29 June 1895). Linley Sambourne's illustration for the new 1885 Macmillan edition of Kings...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Illustrated portraits of Richard Owen (20, July 1804- 18 December 1892) and Thomas Henry Huxley (4 May 1825 - 29 June 1895). Linley Sambourne's illustration for the new 1885 Macmillan edition of Kings...
Portrait of Richard Owen (20, July 1804- 18 December 1892); 1883 portrait in his home study for The Graphic magazine, in the year he retired from the BMNH. Owen was a comparative anatomist and palaeon...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Portrait of Richard Owen (20, July 1804- 18 December 1892); 1883 portrait in his home study for The Graphic magazine, in the year he retired from the BMNH. Owen was a comparative anatomist and palaeon...
Photographic portrait of Richard Owen (20, July 1804- 18 December 1892). Woodburytype photograph by Lock & Whitfield published in 'Men or Mark' 1878. Owen was a comparative anatomist and palaeontologi...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Photographic portrait of Richard Owen (20, July 1804- 18 December 1892). Woodburytype photograph by Lock & Whitfield published in 'Men or Mark' 1878. Owen was a comparative anatomist and palaeontologi...
Portrait of Richard Owen (20 July 1804 - 18 December 1892). 1850 portrait by Thomas Herbert Maguire lithographed by M&H Hanhart. Part of the Portraits of the Honarary members of the Ipswich Museum col...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Portrait of Richard Owen (20 July 1804 - 18 December 1892). 1850 portrait by Thomas Herbert Maguire lithographed by M&H Hanhart. Part of the Portraits of the Honarary members of the Ipswich Museum col...
Portrait of Richard Owen and Moa leg (20, July 1804 - 18 December 1892) photo-engraved by Walker and Boutall around 1894 from an 1846 Daguerrotype. Owen was a comparative anatomist and palaeontologist...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Portrait of Richard Owen and Moa leg (20, July 1804 - 18 December 1892) photo-engraved by Walker and Boutall around 1894 from an 1846 Daguerrotype. Owen was a comparative anatomist and palaeontologist...
Portrait of Richard Owen (20, July 1804 - 18 December 1892), 1894 engraving from an 1840s painting by Pickersgill, later hand colouring. Owen was a comparative anatomist and palaeontologist. He coined...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Portrait of Richard Owen (20, July 1804 - 18 December 1892), 1894 engraving from an 1840s painting by Pickersgill, later hand colouring. Owen was a comparative anatomist and palaeontologist. He coined...
Portrait of George Cuvier, naturalist, comparative anatomist and palaeontologist (23 August 1769 - 13 May 1832). Portrait engraving by James Thompson, issued by Mackenzie Glasgow around 1833 with late...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Portrait of George Cuvier, naturalist, comparative anatomist and palaeontologist (23 August 1769 - 13 May 1832). Portrait engraving by James Thompson, issued by Mackenzie Glasgow around 1833 with late...
Three toed sloth (Bradypus tridactylus). Skeleton of a three toed sloth, or 'Ai', copperplate engraving from Cuvier's 'Ossamens Fossiles' 1812. Cuvier saw that the key to understanding fossils was to...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Three toed sloth (Bradypus tridactylus). Skeleton of a three toed sloth, or 'Ai', copperplate engraving from Cuvier's 'Ossamens Fossiles' 1812. Cuvier saw that the key to understanding fossils was to...
Illustration of skeleton of a hippopotamus, (Hippopotamus amphibius) skelton, copperplate engraving from Cuvier's 'Ossamens Fossiles'. Cuvier saw that the key to understanding fossils was to relate th...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Illustration of skeleton of a hippopotamus, (Hippopotamus amphibius) skelton, copperplate engraving from Cuvier's 'Ossamens Fossiles'. Cuvier saw that the key to understanding fossils was to relate th...
Elephant skeleton engraving in Cuvier's 'Ossamens Fossiles' (1812). Cuvier, the master of comparative anatomy, referenced modern species with extinct fossils to reveal their affinities and differences...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Elephant skeleton engraving in Cuvier's 'Ossamens Fossiles' (1812). Cuvier, the master of comparative anatomy, referenced modern species with extinct fossils to reveal their affinities and differences...
Illustration of bear skulls of living and extinct species, engraving in Cuvier's 'Ossamens Fossiles' (1812). Cuvier, the master of comparative anatomy, referenced modern species with extinct fossils t...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Illustration of bear skulls of living and extinct species, engraving in Cuvier's 'Ossamens Fossiles' (1812). Cuvier, the master of comparative anatomy, referenced modern species with extinct fossils t...