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Mouth Collection

The mouth, a fascinating and intricate part of our anatomy, holds the power to communicate, nourish, and captivate

Background imageMouth Collection: Pointer Dog - Wire-haried Pointing Griffon / Korthals Griffon

Pointer Dog - Wire-haried Pointing Griffon / Korthals Griffon
LA-1552 Wire-haired Pointing Griffon / Korthals Griffon DOG - close-up of face Jean Michel Labat Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMouth Collection: Motor homunculus model

Motor homunculus model. Parts of the body are sized according to how much space the brain gives to controlling the movement of that part of the body

Background imageMouth Collection: Skull anatomy by Leonardo da Vinci

Skull anatomy by Leonardo da Vinci. Historical artwork and notes on the anatomy of the human skull and teeth, by the Italian artist and scientist Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)

Background imageMouth Collection: Golden Retriever Dogs - two on forest walk. Resting with

Golden Retriever Dogs - two on forest walk. Resting with

Background imageMouth Collection: West Highland Terrier Dog - pair, sitting in heather

West Highland Terrier Dog - pair, sitting in heather
JD-11373E West Highland Terrier Dog - pair, sitting in heather Westie / Westies John Daniels Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMouth Collection: Whale Shark - mouth open feeding, & diver. Australia. Worldwide

Whale Shark - mouth open feeding, & diver. Australia. Worldwide
VT-6318 WHALE SHARK and Snorkeller - mouth open feeding. 60ft long. Australia - Worldwide. North West coast Australia. Ningaloo Marine Park

Background imageMouth Collection: Donkey - Braying

Donkey - Braying
WAT-8519 Donkey - braying Rhone, France M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMouth Collection: Panoramic dental X-ray

Panoramic dental X-ray showing all the teeth in the upper and lower jaws

Background imageMouth Collection: England, Tyne and Wear, North Shields. Dawn at the North Shields Fish Quay near the mouth of

England, Tyne and Wear, North Shields. Dawn at the North Shields Fish Quay near the mouth of the River Tyne

Background imageMouth Collection: Giraffe Kissing young Giraffe

Giraffe Kissing young Giraffe
LA-672 GIRAFFE - Kissing young Giraffe Africa Jean Michel Labat Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMouth Collection: Japan - Geisha - See no evil, Hear no evil, speak no evil

Japan - Geisha - See no evil, Hear no evil, speak no evil
Japan - Three Geisha girls - miming the phrase See no evil, Hear no evil, speak no evil. Date: circa 1904

Background imageMouth Collection: Great White Shark VT 2255 (M) Underwater close up of head and open mouth - South Australia

Great White Shark VT 2255 (M) Underwater close up of head and open mouth - South Australia Carcharodon carcharias
VT-2255-M Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - underwater close up of head and open mouth. Carcharodon carcharias Photographed: South Australia

Background imageMouth Collection: Blue Fronted Amazon Parrot South America

Blue Fronted Amazon Parrot South America
PM-5554 Blue-fronted Amazon / Blue-fronted / Turquoise-fronted PARROT South America Amazona aestiva Distribution: Argentina, Bolivia

Background imageMouth Collection: Acme Moustache Guard

Acme Moustache Guard
The Acme Moustache Guard. Solid comfort while eating. No use for napkins - does not interfere with use of mouth. Made of gold or silver plate. Everyone should have one!

Background imageMouth Collection: Alice and Humpty Dumpty

Alice and Humpty Dumpty
" If he smiled much more the ends of his mouth might meet behind, " she thought

Background imageMouth Collection: Teeth of adults and children

Teeth of adults and children
The teeth of adults and children, shown in cross-section, individually, and in the mouth

Background imageMouth Collection: 1950s Cinema - Childrens Saturday Matinee

1950s Cinema - Childrens Saturday Matinee. Boys and girls looking up at the screen and laughing. Two of the boys are wearing ABC badges -- the name of the cinema. Date: 1954

Background imageMouth Collection: Cat tongue surface, SEM

Cat tongue surface, SEM
Cats tongue. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the surface of a cats (family Felidae) tongue. The tongue is covered in many backward facing papillae (projections)

Background imageMouth Collection: Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus) with parasitic copepod (Ommatokoita elongata)

Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus) with parasitic copepod (Ommatokoita elongata), under ice, Lancaster Sound, Nunavut, northern Baffin Island, Canada, Arctic

Background imageMouth Collection: Ichthyosaurus, Plesiosaurus

Ichthyosaurus, Plesiosaurus
Watercolour painting by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, (1809-1889). These marine reptiles live in Europe duing the early Jurassic period about 200 millions years ago

Background imageMouth Collection: Sumatran Tiger - with mouth wide open _C3A1592

Sumatran Tiger - with mouth wide open _C3A1592
TOM-1640 Sumatran Tiger - with mouth wide open Panthera tigris sumatrae Tom & Pat Leeson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMouth Collection: Sun bear - showing long tongue. Such a tongue may be advantageous in its diet of honey

Sun bear - showing long tongue. Such a tongue may be advantageous in its diet of honey, colonial insects eg
AUS-1762 Sun bear - showing long tongue Range is tropical rainforest from Burma to Sumatra with smaller subspecies in Borneo

Background imageMouth Collection: Picture No. 11768912

Picture No. 11768912
DOG - Dalmatian with its tongue out (head shot) with heart shaped spot over eye Digital Manipulation: Heart Date:

Background imageMouth Collection: THE MOUTH OF HELL, BY GUSTAVE DORE, 1832 - 1883, French

THE MOUTH OF HELL, BY GUSTAVE DORE, 1832 - 1883, French. Engraving for Paradise Lost by Milton. 1870, Art, Artist, romanticism, colour, color engraving

Background imageMouth Collection: Angerona Goddess

Angerona Goddess
A Roman goddess of obscure attributes : depicted here with finger to lips, she is also represented with her mouth bound, so there are connotations of secrecy

Background imageMouth Collection: Great White Shark VT 371 (M) Underwater close up of head - South Australia Carcharodon carcharias

Great White Shark VT 371 (M) Underwater close up of head - South Australia Carcharodon carcharias © Ron & Valerie
VT-371-M Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - close-up of head showing teeth and ampoules / ampullae of Lorenzini Carcharodon carcharias Photographed: South Australia

Background imageMouth Collection: Basking Shark DSE 15 Certorhinus maximus - Isle of Man © Douglas David Seifert ARDEA LONDON

Basking Shark DSE 15 Certorhinus maximus - Isle of Man © Douglas David Seifert ARDEA LONDON
DSE-15 BASKING SHARK - MOUTH OPEN Isle of Man, UK Cetorhinus maximus Distribution: Cool to warm temperate waters, Worldwide Douglas David Seifert Please note that prints are for personal display

Background imageMouth Collection: Common Vampire Bat - close-up face after feeding Sao Paulo, Brazil

Common Vampire Bat - close-up face after feeding Sao Paulo, Brazil
NG-1418 Common Vampire Bat - close-up face after feeding Sao Paulo, Brazil Desmondus rotundus Desmodus rotundus Nick Gordon Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageMouth Collection: Greater Spotted Dogfish teeth and jaws. Teeth continuously replaced from behind

Greater Spotted Dogfish teeth and jaws. Teeth continuously replaced from behind. North sea and Mediterranean
PM-10075 Greater Spotted Dogfish - teeth and jaws, teeth continuously replaced from behind North sea and Mediterranean Scyliorhinus stellaris Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal

Background imageMouth Collection: Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - C/U MOUTH

Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - C/U MOUTH
RAF-78 Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - C/U MOUTH Carcharodon carcharias Ralf Kiefner Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMouth Collection: JD-24426-M

JD-24426-M
Dog - Irish setter with ears up wearing Santa hat and red bauble decorations Date: 16-05-2007

Background imageMouth Collection: Picture No. 12010389

Picture No. 12010389
DOG. Black Labrador adult with 9week old puppy, studio 9 weeks old DOG. Black Labrador adult with 9week old puppy, studio 9 weeks old Date:

Background imageMouth Collection: Extinct marine reptiles

Extinct marine reptiles
Sheet 1 of a series of posters called Extinct Animals by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins c. 1862. This collection of marine reptiles lived during the Jurassic period between 200

Background imageMouth Collection: Taste map of a human tongue, light green area sensitive to bitter taste

Taste map of a human tongue, light green area sensitive to bitter taste, yellow areas sensitive to sour taste, blue areas sensitive to salt taste, purple area sensitive to sweet taste

Background imageMouth Collection: Picture No. 11768923

Picture No. 11768923
Dog Irish setter head and shoulders ears splayed wearing headphones with music graphic equaliser background Digital Manipulation: Headphones PAB, graphic added Date:

Background imageMouth Collection: Picture No. 11675844

Picture No. 11675844
Mantled Howler Monkey adult howling on tree. Date:

Background imageMouth Collection: Picture No. 11050287

Picture No. 11050287
Dog German Shepherd / Alsatian Date:

Background imageMouth Collection: Alligator Snapper Turtle Showing lure formed by tongue, South America

Alligator Snapper Turtle Showing lure formed by tongue, South America
PM-4035 Alligator Snapping Turtle - Showing lure formed by tongue South America. Macroclemys temmincki Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageMouth Collection: Bottlenose dolphin - blowing air bubbles underwater with mouth open

Bottlenose dolphin - blowing air bubbles underwater with mouth open
STA-75 Bottlenose dolphin - blowing air bubbles underwater with mouth open Distribution: Worldwide except polar regions Tursiops truncatus Complex play / creative behaviour

Background imageMouth Collection: Ww1 Postcard Soldier

Ww1 Postcard Soldier
Tommy guards the flag with bayonet in hand and pipe in mouth!

Background imageMouth Collection: Advertisement for a book about flying saucers

Advertisement for a book about flying saucers
An advertisement for a book by Gray Barker, They Knew Too Much About Flying Saucers, suggesting cover-ups, conspiracy and paranoia surrounding UFO sightings

Background imageMouth Collection: Picture No. 11772293

Picture No. 11772293
Dog Parson Jack Russell with mobile phone in mouth Date:

Background imageMouth Collection: Picture No. 11675656

Picture No. 11675656
Dog Teddy Bear dog wrapped in a towel wearing a shower cap. Digital Manipulation Date:

Background imageMouth Collection: Picture No. 10865604

Picture No. 10865604
Red / Lesser PANDA / Red cat-bear - in tree (Ailurus fulgens) Date:

Background imageMouth Collection: Cimex lectularius, bed bug

Cimex lectularius, bed bug
Scanning electron microscope image of a bed bug (x 17). The sucking mouthparts enable the feeding bedbugs to pierce the hosts tissues and siphon out a blood meal

Background imageMouth Collection: Mechanics of respiration, diagram

Mechanics of respiration, diagram
Mechanics of respiration. Cutaway diagrams showing the mechanics of breathing in (left) and breathing out (right). Arrows show: the movement of air in and out of the nose

Background imageMouth Collection: Horse skull

Horse skull (Equus caballus), side view X-ray

Background imageMouth 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



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The mouth, a fascinating and intricate part of our anatomy, holds the power to communicate, nourish, and captivate. Just like the Motor homunculus model illustrates, it is through this small opening that we express our thoughts and emotions. Leonardo da Vinci's detailed study of skull anatomy reminds us of the complexity hidden behind those lips. In nature's realm, even animals showcase their unique mouths. Two Golden Retrievers joyfully explore the forest together, tongues lolling out as they rest after an adventurous walk. Meanwhile, a pair of West Highland Terriers find solace amidst blooming heather fields while sitting side by side. Venturing into the depths of oceans reveals astonishing sights; a Whale Shark engulfs its prey with its massive open mouth while a diver marvels at this awe-inspiring spectacle in Australia - an experience shared worldwide through breathtaking imagery. The Greenland shark surprises us with its parasitic copepod companion clinging onto its skin - showcasing nature's intricate relationships. In contrast to these gentle giants lies the fearsome Great White Shark VT 2255 (M), captured in an underwater close-up revealing rows upon rows of razor-sharp teeth within its menacingly open jaws off South Australia's coast. A reminder that beauty can be found even in creatures often misunderstood. Not limited to marine life alone, other beings also possess remarkable oral abilities. A Donkey brays loudly as if announcing itself to the world - a sound both distinctive and endearing. At dawn on North Shields Fish Quay near the River Tyne in England, fishermen prepare for another day's work at this bustling hub where river meets sea. Even among Giraffes towering over savannah landscapes or prehistoric creatures like Ichthyosaurus and Plesiosaurus swimming ancient seas long ago – affectionate gestures such as kissing are exchanged using their elongated necks and delicate mouths. Lastly but not least important is modern dentistry’s panoramic X-ray, revealing the hidden secrets of our teeth and jaw structure.