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Morphology Gallery

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Honey Bee (Apis mellifera), internal anatomy, cross-section
Honey Bee (Apis mellifera), internal anatomy, cross-section
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Dark matter distribution
Dark matter distribution
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1846 Victorian Trilobite Paradoxides
1846 Victorian Trilobite Paradoxides
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Thomas Wright, British astronomer
Thomas Wright, British astronomer
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Female human body scheme of different age stages
Female human body scheme of different age stages
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An Epicyon attacks a Synthetoceras on the run
An Epicyon attacks a Synthetoceras on the run
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Big felines size chart
Big felines size chart
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SND00907
SND00907
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Anatomy - Young chimpanzee
Anatomy - Young chimpanzee
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Head reconstruction of Andalgalornis steulleti
Head reconstruction of Andalgalornis steulleti
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Basilosaurus, a marine mammal that lived in the Late Eocene epoch
Basilosaurus, a marine mammal that lived in the Late Eocene epoch
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Postosuchus attacking a dicynodont in a Triassic forest
Postosuchus attacking a dicynodont in a Triassic forest
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Dark matter distribution Featured Image

Dark matter distribution

Dark matter distribution. Image 3 of 4. Supercomputer simulation, known as the Millennium Run, showing the distribution of dark matter in the local universe. The frame is 63 megaparsecs (206 million light years) in distance across. Dark matter is a form of matter that cannot be detected by telescopes as it emits no radiation. It is thought that cold dark matter first formed after the Big Bang. This matter then collapsed under its own weight to form vast halos (bright yellow) which sucked in normal matter to form visible matter, such as galaxies. This simulation was created in 2005 by the Virgo Consortium of international scientists using supercomputers at the Max Planck Society, Germany. For complete sequence, see images R980/209 - R980/212

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A Nothosaurus marine reptile attacks a pod of Hupehsuchus dinosaurs
A Nothosaurus marine reptile attacks a pod of Hupehsuchus dinosaurs
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Kelenken is an extinct genus of giant flightless predatory birds
Kelenken is an extinct genus of giant flightless predatory birds
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Anomalocaris from the Cambrian period of the Paleozoic Era
Anomalocaris from the Cambrian period of the Paleozoic Era
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Cladoselache fyleri is an extinct shark from the Late Devonian period
Cladoselache fyleri is an extinct shark from the Late Devonian period
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A large Nothosaurus reptile preys on Shonisaurus Ichthyosaurs in Triassic seas
A large Nothosaurus reptile preys on Shonisaurus Ichthyosaurs in Triassic seas
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Three Spinosaurus dinosaurs walking in the desert
Three Spinosaurus dinosaurs walking in the desert
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An Anomalocaris explores a Middle Cambrian age ocean floor
An Anomalocaris explores a Middle Cambrian age ocean floor
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Metriorhynchus marine reptiles try to capture a Coelacanth fish
Metriorhynchus marine reptiles try to capture a Coelacanth fish
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A large Carcharodontosaurus attacks a Kaprosuchus
A large Carcharodontosaurus attacks a Kaprosuchus
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Queensland lungfish (Neoceratodus)
Queensland lungfish (Neoceratodus)
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ITALY8
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An armadillo (fam. Dasypodidae)
An armadillo (fam. Dasypodidae)
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An Anomalocaris explores a Middle Cambrian age ocean floor Featured Image

An Anomalocaris explores a Middle Cambrian age ocean floor

An Anomalocaris explores a Middle Cambrian ocean floor about 500 million years ago. Growing to over three feet long, Anomalocaris is believed to have been a predator whose diet included trilobites. Anomalocaris may have also been one of the earliest arthropods.
This image includes an Olenoides serratus trilobite and sponges genus Vauxia and Wapkia. The small, flower-like animals (yes, like the sponges they are rooted animals) are from the genus Dinomischus. Above and behind the Anomalocaris is an ancient jellyfish

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Yellow autumn leaves
Yellow autumn leaves
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Aerial view of Victoria Falls Bridge across the Zambezi River forming the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe
Aerial view of Victoria Falls Bridge across the Zambezi River forming the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe
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Scabiosa plant scientific illustration
Scabiosa plant scientific illustration
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Veratrum album (false helleborine, white hellebore, European white hellebore, or white veratrum)
Veratrum album (false helleborine, white hellebore, European white hellebore, or white veratrum)
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Rubia tinctorum or common madder
Rubia tinctorum or common madder
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Parsley or garden parsley (Petroselinum crispum)
Parsley or garden parsley (Petroselinum crispum)
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Cocoa bean
Cocoa bean
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Cocoa tree
Cocoa tree
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Quercus cerris, the Turkey oak or Austrian oak
Quercus cerris, the Turkey oak or Austrian oak
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A fanciful depiction of the Big Bang theory
A fanciful depiction of the Big Bang theory
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Sagittarius is the ninth astrological sign of the Zodiac
Sagittarius is the ninth astrological sign of the Zodiac
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Edwin Hubblea€™s Galaxy Classification System
Edwin Hubblea€™s Galaxy Classification System
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Edwin Hubblea€™s Galaxy Classification System Featured Image

Edwin Hubblea€™s Galaxy Classification System

Artist's concept of Edwin Hubble's galaxy classification system, created to classify galaxies depending on their appearance, This system is sometimes called Hubble's Tuning Fork. At the left are elliptical galaxies, which are classified depending on how round they appear. The scale goes from E0 (the roundest) to E7, the most elliptical. Further to the right are lenticular galaxies, which are an intermediary class between ellipticals and spirals (classified SA0 or SB0, depending on if they have a bar at the core). To the right are the spiral galaxies, and they are classified depending on how tightly coiled (Sa, Sb and Sc) the spiral arms are (top branch), and if their core hosts a barred shape (bottom branch). The barred galaxies get the classification SBa, SBb and SBc, where SBa has the most tightly coiled arms

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A pod of iridescent red and blue jellyfish
A pod of iridescent red and blue jellyfish
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A pin cushion starfish clings to a coral reef
A pin cushion starfish clings to a coral reef
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Two Coelacanth fish swimming undersea
Two Coelacanth fish swimming undersea
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A pair of Stenopterygius ichthyosaurs jumping out of the water
A pair of Stenopterygius ichthyosaurs jumping out of the water
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Thadeosaurus colcanapi, Late Permian of Madagascar
Thadeosaurus colcanapi, Late Permian of Madagascar
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Centaurus A galaxy in the constellation Centaurus
Centaurus A galaxy in the constellation Centaurus
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An alien world where its native inhabitants live in lava form
An alien world where its native inhabitants live in lava form
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Conceptual image of cellulose nanorods
Conceptual image of cellulose nanorods
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Leopard seal swimming underwater showing its sharp teeth
Leopard seal swimming underwater showing its sharp teeth
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Dorygnathus flying dinosaur
Dorygnathus flying dinosaur
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Ctenaspis is a jawless fish from the Early Devonian of Norway
Ctenaspis is a jawless fish from the Early Devonian of Norway
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Arthropleura is an extinct millipede from the Late Carboniferous of Europe
Arthropleura is an extinct millipede from the Late Carboniferous of Europe
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