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Carnivorous Collection

"Carnivorous: A Glimpse into the Ferocious World of Predators" Red Kite Soaring: Witness the majestic red kite in action

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Red kite, historical artwork

Red kite, historical artwork
Red kite. Historical artwork of a red kite (Milvus milvus) perched on a branch. This bird of prey inhabits woodland near open country across most of Europe, apart from the northern parts

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating

Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating. Artwork of male (right) and female (left) Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating. Some theories say that this dinosaur had feathers and fur, as seen here

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Cephalotus follicularis, Australian pitcher plant

Cephalotus follicularis, Australian pitcher plant
An illustration by Ferdinand Bauer of an Australian pitcher plant, one of the few plants capable of trapping and digesting insects

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Picture No. 10865989

Picture No. 10865989
Venus Fly Trap plant - with fly inside (Dionaea muscipula) Date:

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Thylacinus cynocephalus, thylacine

Thylacinus cynocephalus, thylacine
The last known thylacine, or Tasmanian Wolf, to survive in captivity. It died on 7 September 1936 in the Beaumaris Zoo, Hobart, Tasmania

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Coelophysis fossil

Coelophysis fossil
Coelophysis was one of the earliest known dinosaurs which lived 225 to 220 million years ago during the Upper Triassic. It was a small bipedal carnivore up to 3 metres in length

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Dog skull X-ray

Dog skull X-ray

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Mosasaurus marine reptile

Mosasaurus marine reptile
Mosasaurus. Artwork of a Mosasaurus marine lizard swimming underwater. This large carnivorous lizard was around 9 metres in length

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Spinosaurus dinosaur

Spinosaurus dinosaur. Artwork of a Spinosaurus dinosaur standing in shallow water on the coast. This was the longest carnivorous dinosaur, reaching a length of up to 16 metres

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Megalodon prehistoric shark

Megalodon prehistoric shark, artwork, hunting a school of fish. Megalodon, Carcharocles (Carcharodon) megalodon, lived between around 20 and 1.2 million years ago, and is known only from fossils

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Scimitar cat attacking a hominid

Scimitar cat attacking a hominid, artists impression. The scimitar cat (Homotherium sp.) was a member of the sabre-toothed cat family (Machairodontinae) which lived throughout Africa

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Axolotl, artwork

Axolotl, artwork
Axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum), artwork. This aquatic freshwater amphibian is a neotonic (larva-like) salamander. The larval form fails to undergo metamorphosis

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Tawny owl, historical artwork

Tawny owl, historical artwork
Tawny owl. Historical artwork of a tawny owl (Strix aluco). This is a nocturnal predator that inhabits forests and sparse woodland across much of Eurasia

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Kingfisher in flight

Kingfisher in flight
Common kingfisher. High-speed photograph of a common kingfisher, Alcedo atthis, flying towards its nest with a fish in its bill

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Barn owl

Barn owl. Composite image of high-speed photographs of a European barn owl (Tyto alba) swooping from the air to capture its prey (not seen)

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Barn owl

Barn owl. High-speed photograph of a European barn owl (Tyto alba) swooping from the air to land on a fence post. The barn owl has long pointed wings with a span of 95 centimetres

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Giant manta ray

Giant manta ray
Giant manta (Manta birostris) swimming in front of the Sun. The manta is the largest of the rays, and it can reach up to six metres from wingtip to wingtip

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Namaqua chameleon catching prey

Namaqua chameleon catching prey
Namaqua chameleon (Chamaeleo namaquensis) catching prey with its unfurled tongue. This tongue extends out extremely rapidly in just a few fractions of a second

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Meerkats

Meerkats (Suricata suricatta). Meerkats, also known as suricates, are active mongooses that live in colonies in underground burrows

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Gila Monster (Heloderma suspectum)-Arizona-One of only two venomous lizards in the world-protected

Gila Monster (Heloderma suspectum)-Arizona-One of only two venomous lizards in the world-protected species-in Saguaro
CAN-3055 Gila Monster -in Saguaro cactus "boot" Arizona, USA Heloderma suspectum One of only two venomous lizards in the world-protected species. Delivers venom through grooved teeth

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Madagascar pitcher plants {Nepenthes madagascariensis} Pangalanes canal, East Madagascar

Madagascar pitcher plants {Nepenthes madagascariensis} Pangalanes canal, East Madagascar

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Mosasaur, Mosasaurus hoffmannii, extinct genus

Mosasaur, Mosasaurus hoffmannii, extinct genus of carnivorous aquatic lizards.. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus), Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, East Africa, Africa

Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus), Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, East Africa, Africa

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Baryonyx dinosaur

Baryonyx dinosaur. Artwork of a Baryonyx dinosaur hunting fish in a river. Larger dinosaurs are seen in the background. Baryonyx was a fish-eating carnivore that lived around 130 million years ago

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs

Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs. Artwork of a pair of Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs hunting prey in a forest. Some theories say that this dinosaur had feathers and fur, as seen here

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Wildlife of the Miocene era, artwork

Wildlife of the Miocene era, artwork. The Miocene era is the period from around 23 to 5 million years ago. The animals shown are: a giant land tortoise (Cheirogaster bolivari, bottom left)

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Plesiosaur attack, artwork

Plesiosaur attack, artwork. Plesiosaurs were marine reptiles that inhabited the seas throughout the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods from around 200 to 65 million years ago

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Mountain Lion, aka puma, cougar; Puma concolor, Captive wildlife model, in snow near Yellowstone NP

Mountain Lion, aka puma, cougar; Puma concolor, Captive wildlife model, in snow near Yellowstone NP

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Tiger shark

Tiger shark (Galeocardo cuvieri) artwork. The tiger shark is a voracious predator, attacking other sharks, marine mammals, birds and even crocodiles

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Allosaurus dinosaur, artwork

Allosaurus dinosaur, artwork. Allosaurs were large carnivorous reptiles that lived during the late Jurassic period (155 to 145 million years ago)

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Puma or mountain

Puma or mountain lion, puma concolor, Captive - game farm model, Western WYO near Yellowstone NP, snarling aggressively while treed

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Nepenthes gymnamphora pitcher plant

Nepenthes gymnamphora pitcher plant
Nephenaceae or pitcher plants: Nepenthes gymnamphora (Nepenthes melamphora), carnivorous plant native to Indonesia. Chromolithograph by Adolf Glitsch from an illustration by Ernst Haeckel from Art

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton

Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton
A skeleton of the carnivorous dinosaur, Tyrannosaurus rex at the Natural History Museum. The Tyrannosaurus rex, which grew up to around 12 metres long lived 67 to 65 million years ago during

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Oviraptor dinosaur

Oviraptor dinosaur, artwork. Oviraptor was a small bird-like dinosaur that lived in what is now China between around 85 and 70 million years ago, in the late Cretaceous period

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Homotherium scimitar cats

Homotherium scimitar cats subduing their prey, artwork. This predator is an extinct member of the sabre-toothed cat family (Machairodontinae), which lived throughout Africa

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: The unusual Pitcher plant

The unusual Pitcher plant (Nepthenthes) grows in abundance around Lac aux Nepenthes, a short distance from Lake Ampitabe. The flower acts as a fly trap

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Carnivorous plants such as these Venus Fly Traps can be found at the Cairns Botanic Gardens

Carnivorous plants such as these Venus Fly Traps can be found at the Cairns Botanic Gardens, far north Queensland, Australia

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Leopard (Panthera pardus) hiding in tall grass, Kruger National Park, South Africa

Leopard (Panthera pardus) hiding in tall grass, Kruger National Park, South Africa, Africa

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Leopard (Panthera pardus) carrying a days-old blue wildebeest (brindled gnu) (Connochaetes

Leopard (Panthera pardus) carrying a days-old blue wildebeest (brindled gnu) (Connochaetes taurinus) calf up a tree, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, East Africa, Africa

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Long-eared owl, historical artwork

Long-eared owl, historical artwork
Long-eared owl. Historical artwork of a long-eared owl (Asio otus). This owl inhabits woodland near open country throughout the northern hemisphere. It feeds on rodents and smaller birds

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Red fox

Red fox (Vulpes vulpes). Red foxes are found in North America, Eurasia and North Africa, and are the only native wild canines remaining in the UK and Ireland

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur

Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur, computer artwork. T. rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, measuring 5 metres tall and weighing 7 tonnes

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Flying pterosaurs

Flying pterosaurs, artwork. Pterosaurs were flying reptiles that inhabited what is now North America and Europe during the late Cretaceous period, between 85 and 75 million years ago

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Allosaurus dinosaur, artwork

Allosaurus dinosaur, artwork. Allosaurs were large carnivorous reptiles that lived during the late Jurassic period (155 to 145 million years ago)

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Spinosaurus dinosaur

Spinosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. Spinosaurus was the longest carnivorous dinosaur, reaching a length of up to 16 metres. It had a long crocodile-like head, and probably fed on fish

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Neanderthal landscape, artwork

Neanderthal landscape, artwork
Neanderthal landscape. Artwork showing a Neanderthal (Homo neanderthalensis, far right behind tree) watching grey wolves (Canis lupus, foreground)

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Madagascar pitcher plant (Nepenthes madagascariensis), a carnivorous plant that produces

Madagascar pitcher plant (Nepenthes madagascariensis), a carnivorous plant that produces impressive pitchers that catch the insect prey, Madagascar, Africa

Background imageCarnivorous Collection: Allosaurus dinosaur

Allosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. Allosaurus was a large carnivorous dinosaur that was found throughout much of the world between 154 and 135 million years ago, during the late Jurassic period



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"Carnivorous: A Glimpse into the Ferocious World of Predators" Red Kite Soaring: Witness the majestic red kite in action, a carnivorous bird known for its impressive hunting skills. Historical Artwork Unveiled: Delve into ancient depictions of Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating, showcasing their primal and carnivorous instincts. Cephalotus follicularis - The Hungry Pitcher Plant: Explore the fascinating world of this Australian pitcher plant, as it lures unsuspecting insects into its carnivorous trap. Picture No. 10865989 - Unleashing Nature's Carnivores: Get ready to be captivated by an awe-inspiring image that showcases various carnivorous species in all their glory. Thylacinus cynocephalus - The Elusive Thylacine: Discover the enigmatic thylacine, also known as the Tasmanian tiger, a now-extinct carnivorous marsupial that once roamed Australia. Coelophysis Fossil Revealed: Step back in time and marvel at the fossilized remains of Coelophysis, an early dinosaur with sharp teeth adapted for a carnivorous lifestyle. Tawny Owl's Night Hunt: Enter a nocturnal realm where historical artwork portrays tawny owls on their relentless pursuit of prey – truly emblematic of nature's cunning and carnivorism. Dog Skull X-ray Exposed: Peer beneath the surface as an X-ray reveals intricate details of a dog skull, highlighting adaptations developed over centuries for successful predation. Mosasaurus - Ruler of Ancient Seas: Dive deep into prehistoric waters to encounter Mosasaurus – an enormous marine reptile with razor-sharp teeth that made it one formidable predator. Spinosaurus Roars to Life.