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Gigas Collection

"Gigas: Unveiling the Wonders of Nature's Giants" In the vast realm of nature, where enchantment and mystery intertwine, gigas species stand as true marvels

Background imageGigas Collection: Snow morel, Gyromitra gigas, and hooded false

Snow morel, Gyromitra gigas, and hooded false morel, Helvella infula, edible.. Chromolithograph by C. Krause from Fritz Leubas Edible and Poisonous Mushrooms, Neuchatel, Switzerland, 1890

Background imageGigas Collection: Picture No. 11071879

Picture No. 11071879
Alaska Moose in rutting season - Anchorage, Alaska. Date:

Background imageGigas Collection: Horseshoe crab, Tachypleus gigas

Horseshoe crab, Tachypleus gigas (Limula moluccanus). Ventral and dorsal views. Handcoloured steel engraving from Georg Friedrich Treitschkes Gallery of Natural History

Background imageGigas Collection: DDE-90025893

DDE-90025893
Laughing Kookaburra (Dacelo novaeguineae or Dacelo gigas), Shelly Beach, New South Wales, Australia Date: 02/02/2006

Background imageGigas Collection: DDE-90025892

DDE-90025892
Laughing Kookaburra ( Dacelo novaeguineae or Dacelo gigas ), Nambucca Heads, New South Wales, Australia Date: 02/02/2006

Background imageGigas Collection: DDE-90025891

DDE-90025891
Laughing Kookaburra ( Dacelo novaeguineae or Dacelo gigas ), Nambucca Heads, New South Wales, Australia Date: 02/02/2006

Background imageGigas Collection: DDE-90025468

DDE-90025468
Giant Clam Mantle (Tridacna gigas), Puerto Gallera, Philippines, SE Asia Date: 12/05/2005

Background imageGigas Collection: Kookaburra (Dacelo gigas), Australia

Kookaburra (Dacelo gigas), Australia
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Background imageGigas Collection: Common flying dragon and two-horned chameleon

Common flying dragon and two-horned chameleon
Common flying dragon, Draco volans, and two-horned chameleon, Furcifer bifidus. Drago lineato o di Giava, Camaleonte forcuto

Background imageGigas Collection: Giant orb-weaving spider, Araneus grossus

Giant orb-weaving spider, Araneus grossus (Gigantic epeira spider, Epeira gigas). Handcoloured copperplate engraving drawn

Background imageGigas Collection: Exotic scarab beetles

Exotic scarab beetles
Giant dung beetle, Heliocopris gigas (Copris isidis) 1, giant Amazonian carrion scarab beetle, Coprophanaeus lancifer (Phanaeus lancifer) 2, Egyptian scarab beetle

Background imageGigas Collection: Cetaceans

Cetaceans
Bowhead whale, Balaena mysticetus, sperm whale, Physeter macrocephalus, short-beaked dolphin, Delphinus delphis, extinct Stellers sea cow, Hydrodamalis gigas, West Indian manatee, Trichechus manatus

Background imageGigas Collection: Humboldt squid, Dosidicus gigas

Humboldt squid, Dosidicus gigas (Balloon cuttlefish, Sepia tunicata). Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder

Background imageGigas Collection: Arapaima, Arapaima gigas

Arapaima, Arapaima gigas (Gigantic sudis, Sudis gigas). Handcoloured steel engraving by W.H. Lizars after an illustration by James Stewart from Robert Schomburgks Fishes of Guiana

Background imageGigas Collection: Spiders, blister beetles and ladybirds

Spiders, blister beetles and ladybirds
Garden spider, Araneus diadematus male 1, female 2, Spanish fly, Lytta vesicatoria 3, 4, 5 Cantharis livida 6, giant blister beetle, Lytta gigas 7, blister beetles, Lydus trimaculatus 8

Background imageGigas Collection: Horseshoe crabs, extinct sea scorpions and trilobites

Horseshoe crabs, extinct sea scorpions and trilobites
Aspidonia: horseshoe crab, Tachypleus gigas 1-3, extinct sea scorpion, Eurypterus tetragonophthalmus 4, extinct sea scorpion, Pterygotus anglicus 5, and extinct fossil trilobites, Onnia goldfussi 6

Background imageGigas Collection: Humboldt squid and European flying squid

Humboldt squid and European flying squid
Humboldt squid, Dosidicus gigas 1, and European flying squid, Todarodes sagittatus 2. Ommastrephe geant, Ommastrephe des pecheurs

Background imageGigas Collection: Giant stick insect, Phasma gigas

Giant stick insect, Phasma gigas. Handcoloured lithograph from John O. Westwoods new edition of Dru Drurys Illustrations of Exotic Entomology, Bohn, London, 1837. Giant stick insect, Phasma gigas

Background imageGigas Collection: Giant hummingbird, Patagona gigas

Giant hummingbird, Patagona gigas (Trochilus gigas). Handcoloured engraving after an illustration by H. Kearsley of a specimen in the British Museum from Edward Griffiths The Animal Kingdom by

Background imageGigas Collection: Pelican flower, Aristolochia grandiflora

Pelican flower, Aristolochia grandiflora (Giant birthwort, Aristolochia gigas). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by George Barclay after an illustration by Miss Sarah Drake from Edwards Botanical

Background imageGigas Collection: Earthworm, leech, polypes and tapeworms

Earthworm, leech, polypes and tapeworms
Earthworm, Lumbricus terrestris 1, medicinal leech, Hirudo medicinalis 2, polype species, Hydra vulgaris, 3, 4, 5, 6, pork tapeworm, Taenia solium 7, and unknown species of tapeworm

Background imageGigas Collection: A Giant Stick Insect camouflaged on a twig at London Zoo in 1923 (b / w photo)

A Giant Stick Insect camouflaged on a twig at London Zoo in 1923 (b / w photo)
2960006 A Giant Stick Insect camouflaged on a twig at London Zoo in 1923 (b/w photo) by Bond, Frederick William (1887-1942); Zoological Society of London; eZoological Society of London; British

Background imageGigas Collection: Shell of Giant Tridacna (T gigas), used as a bathing-tub (engraving)

Shell of Giant Tridacna (T gigas), used as a bathing-tub (engraving)
3653684 Shell of Giant Tridacna (T gigas), used as a bathing-tub (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Shell of Giant Tridacna (T gigas)

Background imageGigas Collection: Section of the frieze on the north side of the Treasury of the Siphnians

Section of the frieze on the north side of the Treasury of the Siphnians
3035529 Section of the frieze on the north side of the Treasury of the Siphnians, showing the Gigantomachy, the battle between the Olympian gods and the Giants, the sons of Gaia

Background imageGigas Collection: Picture No. 10848476

Picture No. 10848476
Giant Clam - spawning (Tridacna gigas Tridacne gigas) Date:

Background imageGigas Collection: Australia, Exhaust Opening Of Giant Tridacna Clam, (Tridacna Gigas)

Australia, Exhaust Opening Of Giant Tridacna Clam, (Tridacna Gigas)

Background imageGigas Collection: Picture No. 10767184

Picture No. 10767184
Giant Clam - Great Barrier Reef (Tridacna gigas) Date:

Background imageGigas Collection: Overhead front torso view of ochryopus gigas

Overhead front torso view of ochryopus gigas

Background imageGigas Collection: Great or gigantica mantis, Mantis gigas, from Amboyna

Great or gigantica mantis, Mantis gigas, from Amboyna.. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodders The Naturalists Miscellany, 1800

Background imageGigas Collection: Meulenaereana variety of Cattleya gigas, Lind

Meulenaereana variety of Cattleya gigas, Lind. hybrid orchid.. Illustration drawn by C. de Bruyne and chromolithographed by P

Background imageGigas Collection: Stellers sea cow, Hydrodamalis gigas, marine

Stellers sea cow, Hydrodamalis gigas, marine mammal hunted to extinction in the 18th century.. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F

Background imageGigas Collection: Pigmy hermit, Phaetornis pygmaeus, and gigantic

Pigmy hermit, Phaetornis pygmaeus, and gigantic or giant hummingbird, Patagona gigas.. Hand-colored steel engraving from H. G. Adams Hummingbirds 1856

Background imageGigas Collection: Giant Hummingbird, Patagona Gigas, golden brown bird in flight with a long beak next to pink flowers

Giant Hummingbird, Patagona Gigas, golden brown bird in flight with a long beak next to pink flowers

Background imageGigas Collection: Picture No. 11071886

Picture No. 11071886
Alaska Moose in rutting season - Anchorage, Alaska. Date:

Background imageGigas Collection: Picture No. 11071885

Picture No. 11071885
Alaska Moose in rutting season - Anchorage, Alaska. Date:

Background imageGigas Collection: Picture No. 11071884

Picture No. 11071884
Alaska Moose in rutting season - Anchorage, Alaska. Date:

Background imageGigas Collection: Picture No. 11071883

Picture No. 11071883
Alaska Moose in rutting season - Anchorage, Alaska. Date:

Background imageGigas Collection: Picture No. 11071882

Picture No. 11071882
Alaska Moose in rutting season - Anchorage, Alaska. Date:

Background imageGigas Collection: Picture No. 11071881

Picture No. 11071881
Alaska Moose in rutting season - Anchorage, Alaska. Date:

Background imageGigas Collection: Picture No. 11071880

Picture No. 11071880
Alaska Moose in rutting season - Anchorage, Alaska. Date:

Background imageGigas Collection: Picture No. 10896197

Picture No. 10896197
Orange Tree Tarantula (Tapinauchenius gigas) Date:

Background imageGigas Collection: Stenochorus Gigas

Stenochorus Gigas Date: 1849

Background imageGigas Collection: Greater Horntail or wood wasp- Sirex gigas

Greater Horntail or wood wasp- Sirex gigas

Background imageGigas Collection: A Mexican fisherman holds up a Jumbo Squid (Dosidicus gigas - also called the Humbolt squid)

A Mexican fisherman holds up a Jumbo Squid (Dosidicus gigas - also called the Humbolt squid)
Michael Nolan / SplashdownDirect


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"Gigas: Unveiling the Wonders of Nature's Giants" In the vast realm of nature, where enchantment and mystery intertwine, gigas species stand as true marvels. From the delicate Snow Morel to the enigmatic Gyromitra gigas and Hooded False mushrooms, these captivating organisms captivate our senses with their unique beauty. As we delve into Picture No. 11071879, a world unfolds before our eyes. A mesmerizing Kookaburra (Dacelo gigas) perched on a branch in Australia captures our attention with its vibrant plumage and infectious laughter echoing through the wilderness. But let us not forget about other inhabitants sharing this diverse ecosystem. The Common Flying Dragon gracefully glides through the air alongside its companion, the Two-Horned Chameleon – both showcasing their remarkable ability to adapt seamlessly to their surroundings. Moving deeper into this natural tapestry, we encounter an imposing figure - the Giant Orb-Weaving Spider (Araneus grossus). Its intricate web glistens under sunlight as it patiently awaits its next meal. This arachnid exemplifies nature's ingenuity at creating masterpieces that strike awe in all who witness them. Venturing beyond land and into aquatic realms, we find ourselves face-to-face with a prehistoric creature known as the Horseshoe Crab (Tachypleus gigas). With its ancient lineage dating back millions of years, this living fossil reminds us of Earth's ever-evolving history. Amongst these wonders lie Exotic Scarab Beetles adorned in iridescent hues that rival precious gemstones. Their shimmering exoskeletons reflect light like miniature rainbows dancing amidst lush foliage – a testament to nature's artistic prowess. Lastly, Cetaceans emerge from beneath ocean depths; mighty whales breach above water surfaces while dolphins playfully leap alongside boats. These majestic creatures symbolize grace, intelligence, and the vastness of our planet's marine wonders.