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King Pelican Iceberg Lettuce - c. 1920s

Hawkins, Benjamin Waterhouse / A comparative view of the human and animal frame  (1860)  //  [Plate seven - Man, stag and antelope, and explanatory text],   pp. 19-20

A Comparative View of the Human and Animal Frame by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins 1860 is online among the History of Science website at the fabulous University of Wisconsin

Monkey from the Amazon Region Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (1907)

Midas imperator (= Saguinus imperator) - Emperor tamarin, showing incorrect shape of moustache. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London

Honey Possum. Photo from "Mammals of Australia", Vol. I Plate 5  Part of the 3 Volumes by John Gould, F.R.S. Museum Victoria.

Photo from "Mammals of Australia", Vol. I Plate 5 Part of the 3 Volumes by John Gould, F.

lindahall:    The hedgehog seen from several views from Albertus Seba’s magnificent 1734 natural history, Locupletissimi rerum naturalium thesauri accurata descriptio.

lindahall: The hedgehog seen from several views from Albertus Seba’s magnificent 1734 natural history, Locupletissimi rerum naturalium thesauri accurata descriptio.

1811. Arcana, or, The museum of natural history: containing the most recent discovered objects: embellished with coloured plates, and corresponding descriptions: with extracts relating to animals, and remarks of celebrated travellers; combining a general survey of nature. Perry, George. London, Printed by George Smeeton for James Stratford, 1811.

Arcana, or, The museum of natural history : - Biodiversity Heritage Library

Two years in the jungle : - Biodiversity Heritage Library

Two years in the jungle : - Biodiversity Heritage Library

Harry Potter Puns - I didn't laugh until the last one. You may have to follow it back to Metapicture to see it, tho.

Harry Potter Puns And Memes So Dumb, You’ll Feel Bad For Laughing

Harry Potter Puns - I didn't laugh until the last one. You may have to follow it back to Metapicture to see it, tho.