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Choose from 25 pictures in our November collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

10 Nov 1995 Featured November Print

10 Nov 1995


Astronomy, Boat, Boat Wreck, Celestial Pole Star Trails, Cosmology, Pole, Rust, Science, Ship, Star, Star Trail, Star Trails, Star Trails Over, Stellar, Wreck

Electron micrograph of cat flea on syringe needle Featured November Print

Electron micrograph of cat flea on syringe needle

Cat flea. Coloured scanning electron micrograph of a cat flea sitting on a hypodermic needle. The cat flea (Ctenocephalides felis) is a small, wingless, blood-sucking insect. Its helmet-shaped head, flattened body and glossy cuticle enable it to move easily through dense fur, while the backward- pointing spines around its head prevent it from falling out. The flea's ability to jump is made possible by compressed pads of elastic "resilin" in the hind legs. When released, the pads spring the insect forward with great speed. Adults gorge themselves intermittently on blood and can survive for up to six months between meals. Magnification unspecified


Visible Human Project: sectioned male body (side) Featured November Print

Visible Human Project: sectioned male body (side)

Male body sectioned. Side view of the male human body in natural colours, sliced through to show internal anatomy. This is part of the Visible Human Project. The brain is seen inside the skull; the tongue and nasal cavity are visible. Bones of the spine are separated by white discs; the spinal cord is seen. Muscles (brown) occur in the neck, back, leg and foot, and the thigh-bone (femur) is seen. Fat occurs in the skin around the abdomen and buttock. In the abdomen is the liver (brown) and digestive system (white). The Visible Human Project is a US project to archive both a male and female body. Each body is sectioned into slices. The project is for medical research and education