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Stock Photo #1966-3180, London Zoo, Komodo Dragon
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London Zoo, Komodo Dragon
Stock Photo #1597-37206, UK, London, Gorilla, London Zoo, Regent Park, Great Britain, Europe, England, portrait
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UK, London, Gorilla, London Zoo, Regent Park, Great Britain, Europe, England, portrait
Stock Photo #1895-45373, Black rhino, London Zoo, November 1969.
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Black rhino, London Zoo, November 1969.
Stock Photo #1801-21070, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, MAIN ENTRANCE WITH MOTHER AND TODDLER, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, MAIN ENTRANCE WITH MOTHER AND TODDLER, PR...
GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, MAIN ENTRANCE WITH MOTHER AND TODDLER, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
Stock Photo #4409-83367, Four horned sheep. . Ovis aries polycerata. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Four horned sheep. . Ovis aries polycerata. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, ...
Four horned sheep. . Ovis aries polycerata. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4282-20459, England, London, Primrose Hill. A group of people enjoying the late afternoon sunshine on Primrose Hill. Primrose Hill offers fantastic cityscape views of London that include many of it's iconic landmarks.
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England, London, Primrose Hill. A group of people enjoying the late afternoon sunshine on Primrose Hill. Primrose Hill offers...
England, London, Primrose Hill. A group of people enjoying the late afternoon sunshine on Primrose Hill. Primrose Hill offers fantastic cityscape views of London that include many of it's iconic landmarks.
Stock Photo #1895-23977, Bank holiday at the zoo, London, 1871.
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Bank holiday at the zoo, London, 1871.
Stock Photo #4409-83761, Peacock butterfly of New South Wales (Peacock pansy?). . Junonia almana?. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Peacock butterfly of New South Wales (Peacock pansy?). . Junonia almana?. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Natu...
Peacock butterfly of New South Wales (Peacock pansy?). . Junonia almana?. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4282-20470, England, London, Primrose Hill. A view at dusk from Primrose Hill over Regent's Park towards London's iconic landmarks.
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England, London, Primrose Hill. A view at dusk from Primrose Hill over Regent's Park towards London's iconic landmarks.
Stock Photo #4409-83538, Walking stick insect from the Cape of Good Hope.. Phasmatodea or Phasmida. . Copied from an illustration by George Edwards.. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Walking stick insect from the Cape of Good Hope.. Phasmatodea or Phasmida. . Copied from an illustration by George Edwards.. ...
Walking stick insect from the Cape of Good Hope.. Phasmatodea or Phasmida. . Copied from an illustration by George Edwards.. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83559, Abyssinian hyena. . Hyaena aethiopicus. . "Mr Bruce denies that the Hyaena digs up graves, and maintains that it is not the Saphan of the Sacred Writings. [The people of Gondar] firmly believe that these animals are Falasha from the neighboring mountains transformed by magic, and come down to eat human flesh in the dark.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison,
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Abyssinian hyena. . Hyaena aethiopicus. . "Mr Bruce denies that the Hyaena digs up graves, and maintains that it is not the S...
Abyssinian hyena. . Hyaena aethiopicus. . "Mr Bruce denies that the Hyaena digs up graves, and maintains that it is not the Saphan of the Sacred Writings. [The people of Gondar] firmly believe that these animals are Falasha from the neighboring mountains transformed by magic, and come down to eat human flesh in the dark.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison,
Stock Photo #4409-84062, Ermine. . Mustela erminea. . Copied from a drawing by George Edwards now in the British Museum. "The skin of this animal is very precious. The furs of the ermine are finer and fairer than those of the white rabbit, but they soon turn yellowish.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Ermine. . Mustela erminea. . Copied from a drawing by George Edwards now in the British Museum. "The skin of this animal is v...
Ermine. . Mustela erminea. . Copied from a drawing by George Edwards now in the British Museum. "The skin of this animal is very precious. The furs of the ermine are finer and fairer than those of the white rabbit, but they soon turn yellowish.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83640, Fossane. . Viverra fossa, Fossa fossana. . "Inhabits Madagascar, Guinea, Cochin-China and the Philippine Isles. The Europeans have named it the wine-bibber, from its excessive fondness of palm wine. . . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Fossane. . Viverra fossa, Fossa fossana. . "Inhabits Madagascar, Guinea, Cochin-China and the Philippine Isles. The Europeans...
Fossane. . Viverra fossa, Fossa fossana. . "Inhabits Madagascar, Guinea, Cochin-China and the Philippine Isles. The Europeans have named it the wine-bibber, from its excessive fondness of palm wine. . . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #1801-21071, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, VIEW FROM AN AVERY, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, VIEW FROM AN AVERY, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCH...
GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, VIEW FROM AN AVERY, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
Stock Photo #4409-83370, Great squirrel, Malabar squirrel, Indian giant squirrel or Malabar giant squirrel. . Ratufa indica (Sciurus maximus). . "It is said to feed on fruits, and to be remarkably fond of the milk of the cocoa-nut.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Great squirrel, Malabar squirrel, Indian giant squirrel or Malabar giant squirrel. . Ratufa indica (Sciurus maximus). . "It i...
Great squirrel, Malabar squirrel, Indian giant squirrel or Malabar giant squirrel. . Ratufa indica (Sciurus maximus). . "It is said to feed on fruits, and to be remarkably fond of the milk of the cocoa-nut.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #1966-3178, London Zoo, Llama
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London Zoo, Llama
Stock Photo #1895-24287, Ostrich cart , 1875.
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Ostrich cart , 1875.
Stock Photo #4409-83526, Little anteater or silky anteater . . Cyclopes didactylus (Myrmecophaga didactyla). . "By the natives of Guiana, where it inhabits, It is called, Buffon says, the ouatiriouaou." Illustration copied from a drawing by George Edwards. "This drawing was taken from the stuffed skin of the animal in the possession of his Excellency Count Perron, Ambassador from the King of Sardinia. . . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities a
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Little anteater or silky anteater . . Cyclopes didactylus (Myrmecophaga didactyla). . "By the natives of Guiana, where it inh...
Little anteater or silky anteater . . Cyclopes didactylus (Myrmecophaga didactyla). . "By the natives of Guiana, where it inhabits, It is called, Buffon says, the ouatiriouaou." Illustration copied from a drawing by George Edwards. "This drawing was taken from the stuffed skin of the animal in the possession of his Excellency Count Perron, Ambassador from the King of Sardinia. . . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities a
Stock Photo #1801-21072, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, PLAY AREA WITH STATUES OF GORILLAS, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, PLAY AREA WITH STATUES OF GORILLAS, PROCT...
GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, PLAY AREA WITH STATUES OF GORILLAS, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
Stock Photo #4409-75642, THE DARTER AND STILT PLOVER IN THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS, LONDON, 1873.
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THE DARTER AND STILT PLOVER IN THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS, LONDON, 1873.
Stock Photo #4409-84050, Angel fish or Monk fish. . Pomacanthidae. . "This beautiful fish was deposited by the late Captain Cook in the Leverian Museum having been thus named by that great circumnavigator, who had caught it during one of his voyages to the South Seas.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Angel fish or Monk fish. . Pomacanthidae. . "This beautiful fish was deposited by the late Captain Cook in the Leverian Museu...
Angel fish or Monk fish. . Pomacanthidae. . "This beautiful fish was deposited by the late Captain Cook in the Leverian Museum having been thus named by that great circumnavigator, who had caught it during one of his voyages to the South Seas.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4259-8790, Looking in on two rhinos behind a bar inside run-down looking rhino house, London zoo, UK
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Looking in on two rhinos behind a bar inside run-down looking rhino house, London zoo, UK
Stock Photo #1566-316948, Giraffes in the London zoo. UK.
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Giraffes in the London zoo. UK.
Stock Photo #1895-44977, Walt Disney filming penguins at London Zoo, 1935.
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Walt Disney filming penguins at London Zoo, 1935.
Stock Photo #1895-48101, Chia_Chia the panda, London Zoo, April 1980.
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Chia_Chia the panda, London Zoo, April 1980.
Stock Photo #4409-84024, Chinese spotted tortoiseshell butterfly. . Nymphalis/Aglais sp.?. . "It was drawn by George Edwards, and is exactly copied of its natural size. It is native of China.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Chinese spotted tortoiseshell butterfly. . Nymphalis/Aglais sp.?. . "It was drawn by George Edwards, and is exactly copied of...
Chinese spotted tortoiseshell butterfly. . Nymphalis/Aglais sp.?. . "It was drawn by George Edwards, and is exactly copied of its natural size. It is native of China.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83717, Great spotted lizard with a forked or double tail. . Ceiolaemus?. . "That most accurate and ingenious naturalist Mr. George Edwards, who first figured and described this most singular species of Lizard, for some time inclined to an opinion, that the circumstances of its having two tails, though curious, might be merely accidental; but he was, at length fully satisfied on seeing other specimens with forked tails, that the peculiarity was perfectly natural.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving f
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Great spotted lizard with a forked or double tail. . Ceiolaemus?. . "That most accurate and ingenious naturalist Mr. George E...
Great spotted lizard with a forked or double tail. . Ceiolaemus?. . "That most accurate and ingenious naturalist Mr. George Edwards, who first figured and described this most singular species of Lizard, for some time inclined to an opinion, that the circumstances of its having two tails, though curious, might be merely accidental; but he was, at length fully satisfied on seeing other specimens with forked tails, that the peculiarity was perfectly natural.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving f
Stock Photo #4409-83427, Surinam amphisboena or tropical worm lizard. . Amphisbaena sp.?. . Illustration by Maria Sybilla Merian. . . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Surinam amphisboena or tropical worm lizard. . Amphisbaena sp.?. . Illustration by Maria Sybilla Merian. . . Handcoloured cop...
Surinam amphisboena or tropical worm lizard. . Amphisbaena sp.?. . Illustration by Maria Sybilla Merian. . . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4443-14831, THE KING PENGUIN, AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, LONDON, 1872 engraving
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THE KING PENGUIN, AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, LONDON, 1872 engraving
Stock Photo #1801-84429, Narrowboat, London, United Kingdom. Architect Pete Young, 2013. View from Zoo bridge.
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Narrowboat, London, United Kingdom. Architect Pete Young, 2013. View from Zoo bridge.
Stock Photo #4409-83864, Babyroussa (North Sulawesi babirusa), native to Indonesia.. . Babyrousa celebensis. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Babyroussa (North Sulawesi babirusa), native to Indonesia.. . Babyrousa celebensis. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from...
Babyroussa (North Sulawesi babirusa), native to Indonesia.. . Babyrousa celebensis. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83562, Cougar, puma, panther or mountain lion. . Puma concolor (Tigris fulvus). . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Cougar, puma, panther or mountain lion. . Puma concolor (Tigris fulvus). . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Natur...
Cougar, puma, panther or mountain lion. . Puma concolor (Tigris fulvus). . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-74715, THE KING PENGUIN, AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, LONDON.
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THE KING PENGUIN, AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, LONDON.
Stock Photo #4409-83453, Rattlesnake. . Crotalus cerastes. . "In the History of Peru, an account is given of a young woman who was wounded by a rattlesnake and died on the spot before any relief could be obtained; and, when the corpse came to be taken up, the flesh separated from the bones, so speedily did the violence of the poison dissolve the structure of the body.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802)
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Rattlesnake. . Crotalus cerastes. . "In the History of Peru, an account is given of a young woman who was wounded by a rattle...
Rattlesnake. . Crotalus cerastes. . "In the History of Peru, an account is given of a young woman who was wounded by a rattlesnake and died on the spot before any relief could be obtained; and, when the corpse came to be taken up, the flesh separated from the bones, so speedily did the violence of the poison dissolve the structure of the body.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802)
Stock Photo #1895-44978, Walt Disney filming penguins at London Zoo, 1935.
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Walt Disney filming penguins at London Zoo, 1935.
Stock Photo #1801-21086, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, DEATAIL OF INTERNAL GORILLA ENCLOSURE, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, DEATAIL OF INTERNAL GORILLA ENCLOSURE, PR...
GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, DEATAIL OF INTERNAL GORILLA ENCLOSURE, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
Stock Photo #1801-21084, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, MOAT WITH PAVILION BEHIND, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, MOAT WITH PAVILION BEHIND, PROCTOR MATTHE...
GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, MOAT WITH PAVILION BEHIND, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
Stock Photo #1746-2609, Royal Menagerie, Exeter Change, Strand, London', c1820. Edward Cross kept his menagerie here until Exeter Change was demolished in 1829 and he moved it to the Surrey Gardens, Walworth c1830.
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Royal Menagerie, Exeter Change, Strand, London', c1820. Edward Cross kept his menagerie here until Exeter Change was demolish...
Royal Menagerie, Exeter Change, Strand, London', c1820. Edward Cross kept his menagerie here until Exeter Change was demolished in 1829 and he moved it to the Surrey Gardens, Walworth c1830.
Stock Photo #4409-84025, Mongooz or mongoose with a basket of ripe fruit.. . Eulemur mongoz. . Illustration by George Edwards. "This mongooz was drawn from life in 1752. The lady to whom she belonged informed Mr. Edwards that she fed on fruits, herbs, and almost any thing even living fishes. She had likewise an evident desire to catch the birds in her mistress's cages.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802
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Mongooz or mongoose with a basket of ripe fruit.. . Eulemur mongoz. . Illustration by George Edwards. "This mongooz was drawn...
Mongooz or mongoose with a basket of ripe fruit.. . Eulemur mongoz. . Illustration by George Edwards. "This mongooz was drawn from life in 1752. The lady to whom she belonged informed Mr. Edwards that she fed on fruits, herbs, and almost any thing even living fishes. She had likewise an evident desire to catch the birds in her mistress's cages.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802
Stock Photo #4409-83714, Muskbeaver or muskrat. . Castor zibethicus or Ondatra zibethicus. . "Pennant supposes that the odour of this animal, which it loses in winter, may be derived from its feeding on the Calamus aromaticus.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Muskbeaver or muskrat. . Castor zibethicus or Ondatra zibethicus. . "Pennant supposes that the odour of this animal, which it...
Muskbeaver or muskrat. . Castor zibethicus or Ondatra zibethicus. . "Pennant supposes that the odour of this animal, which it loses in winter, may be derived from its feeding on the Calamus aromaticus.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #1566-418501, Clouded Leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) at London zoo. England, UK
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Clouded Leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) at London zoo. England, UK
Stock Photo #4409-83494, Middle sized black monkey (langur). . Cercopithecus maurus. . "This monkey, says George Edwards, was about the size of a large cat and of a gentle nature, in regard to hurting any one. He loved playing with a kitten, as most monkeys do.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Middle sized black monkey (langur). . Cercopithecus maurus. . "This monkey, says George Edwards, was about the size of a larg...
Middle sized black monkey (langur). . Cercopithecus maurus. . "This monkey, says George Edwards, was about the size of a large cat and of a gentle nature, in regard to hurting any one. He loved playing with a kitten, as most monkeys do.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #1801-21082, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, SCHOOL PARTY IN THE SECOND PAVILION, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, SCHOOL PARTY IN THE SECOND PAVILION, PROC...
GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, SCHOOL PARTY IN THE SECOND PAVILION, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
Stock Photo #1566-1226317, UNITED KINGDOM LONDON REGENT PARK ZOO AN ELEPHANT ENTERING THE CONCRETE SHELTER // ROYAUME-UNI LONDRES ZOO DE REGENT PARK ELEPHANT ENTRANT DANS L´ABRI DE BETON
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UNITED KINGDOM LONDON REGENT PARK ZOO AN ELEPHANT ENTERING THE CONCRETE SHELTER // ROYAUME-UNI LONDRES ZOO DE REGENT PARK ELE...
UNITED KINGDOM LONDON REGENT PARK ZOO AN ELEPHANT ENTERING THE CONCRETE SHELTER // ROYAUME-UNI LONDRES ZOO DE REGENT PARK ELEPHANT ENTRANT DANS L´ABRI DE BETON
Stock Photo #1950-1131, UK, England, London, Regent's Park, Scarlet Ibis (Eudocimus rubber) in London Zoo
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UK, England, London, Regent's Park, Scarlet Ibis (Eudocimus rubber) in London Zoo
Stock Photo #4409-83595, Dromedary camel. . Camelus dromedarius. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Dromedary camel. . Camelus dromedarius. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Comp...
Dromedary camel. . Camelus dromedarius. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4443-3905, AT THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS IN LONDON
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Stock Photo #4282-20472, England, London, Primrose Hill. A view at dusk from Primrose Hill over Regent's Park towards London's iconic landmarks.
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England, London, Primrose Hill. A view at dusk from Primrose Hill over Regent's Park towards London's iconic landmarks.
Stock Photo #4443-4195, CHOIROPOTAMUS, OR RED HOG OF THE CAMEROONS, IN THE GARDENS OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY, REGENT'S PARK, LONDON
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CHOIROPOTAMUS, OR RED HOG OF THE CAMEROONS, IN THE GARDENS OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY, REGENT'S PARK, LONDON
Stock Photo #4409-83822, Pomegranate blossom. . Punica granatum. . "This branch of the pomegranate in blossom was drawn from nature by the ingenious Edwards, and is copied by us from the celebrated Gleanings.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Pomegranate blossom. . Punica granatum. . "This branch of the pomegranate in blossom was drawn from nature by the ingenious E...
Pomegranate blossom. . Punica granatum. . "This branch of the pomegranate in blossom was drawn from nature by the ingenious Edwards, and is copied by us from the celebrated Gleanings.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83578, Ermined weasel. . Mustela erminea. . "We are informed by Mr. Pennant that the ermined weasel is a native of Cochin China [Vietnam]. And that the animal which he has delineated and described was communicated to him through the friendship of Lt. Colonel Davies.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Ermined weasel. . Mustela erminea. . "We are informed by Mr. Pennant that the ermined weasel is a native of Cochin China [Vie...
Ermined weasel. . Mustela erminea. . "We are informed by Mr. Pennant that the ermined weasel is a native of Cochin China [Vietnam]. And that the animal which he has delineated and described was communicated to him through the friendship of Lt. Colonel Davies.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #1035-12042, Chessington, England: July 12, 1953. NIne penguins at the Chessington Zoo in London form a protective cordon around actress Ruth Shiel as she takes advantage of a spot of sunshine.
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Chessington, England: July 12, 1953. NIne penguins at the Chessington Zoo in London form a protective cordon around actress R...
Chessington, England: July 12, 1953. NIne penguins at the Chessington Zoo in London form a protective cordon around actress Ruth Shiel as she takes advantage of a spot of sunshine.
Stock Photo #4413-234415, Sunbittern put on a sign London zoological garden UK
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Stock Photo #1950-1101, UK, England, London, Regent's Park, London Zoo, View of 'Outback' zone
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Stock Photo #4409-83733, Black-capped lory. . Lorius lory (Psittacus lory). . "Edwards, who saw it alive, says that it whistled pleasantly, and pronounced several words distinctly, and leaping briskly on its roost or even the finger, it called with a clear voice, 'Lory! Lory!' This charming bird, however, lived but a few months in England.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, Londo
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Black-capped lory. . Lorius lory (Psittacus lory). . "Edwards, who saw it alive, says that it whistled pleasantly, and pronou...
Black-capped lory. . Lorius lory (Psittacus lory). . "Edwards, who saw it alive, says that it whistled pleasantly, and pronounced several words distinctly, and leaping briskly on its roost or even the finger, it called with a clear voice, 'Lory! Lory!' This charming bird, however, lived but a few months in England.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, Londo
Stock Photo #4409-84103, Greater bird of paradise. . Paridisaea apoda. . "There is a fine specimen of this bird in the Leverian Museum.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Greater bird of paradise. . Paridisaea apoda. . "There is a fine specimen of this bird in the Leverian Museum.". . Handcolour...
Greater bird of paradise. . Paridisaea apoda. . "There is a fine specimen of this bird in the Leverian Museum.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83410, Elk or wapiti. . Cervus canadensis. . "The flesh of the elk is said to be light and nourishing; but the nose of the moose-deer according to Pennant is reckoned the greatest delicacy in all Canada.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Elk or wapiti. . Cervus canadensis. . "The flesh of the elk is said to be light and nourishing; but the nose of the moose-dee...
Elk or wapiti. . Cervus canadensis. . "The flesh of the elk is said to be light and nourishing; but the nose of the moose-deer according to Pennant is reckoned the greatest delicacy in all Canada.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83631, Jaguarette or black cougar. . Panthera sp.?. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Jaguarette or black cougar. . Panthera sp.?. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or,...
Jaguarette or black cougar. . Panthera sp.?. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83920, Alpine ibex. . Capra ibex. . "Such is the firmness of their structure, that a blow on the back with a bar of iron is said not to break the spine.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Alpine ibex. . Capra ibex. . "Such is the firmness of their structure, that a blow on the back with a bar of iron is said not...
Alpine ibex. . Capra ibex. . "Such is the firmness of their structure, that a blow on the back with a bar of iron is said not to break the spine.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-65929, Privet moth or Privet Hawk Moth . . Sphinx ligustri. . "The name of this grand and beautiful moth is derived from the favourite food of its caterpillar, which is usually found feeding on privet.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Privet moth or Privet Hawk Moth . . Sphinx ligustri. . "The name of this grand and beautiful moth is derived from the favouri...
Privet moth or Privet Hawk Moth . . Sphinx ligustri. . "The name of this grand and beautiful moth is derived from the favourite food of its caterpillar, which is usually found feeding on privet.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #1895-44975, Walt Disney filming penguins at London Zoo, 1935.
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Walt Disney filming penguins at London Zoo, 1935.
Stock Photo #1950-1134, UK, England, London, Regent's Park, Giraffes (Giraffa camelopardalis) in London Zoo
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Stock Photo #4443-6068, NEW ANTELOPE HOUSE IN THE GARDENS OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY, REGENT'S PARK
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NEW ANTELOPE HOUSE IN THE GARDENS OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY, REGENT'S PARK
Stock Photo #1966-3177, London Zoo, Flamingoes
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London Zoo, Flamingoes
Stock Photo #4409-83413, Songar rat. . Mus songarus. . "An inhabitant of Siberia. The nest is formed of dried herbs. In one of these nests Dr. Pallas found seven young. The young were much grown yet still blind. They soon grew familiar. They would feed from the Doctor's hand, lap milk and showed no desire of running away.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Songar rat. . Mus songarus. . "An inhabitant of Siberia. The nest is formed of dried herbs. In one of these nests Dr. Pallas ...
Songar rat. . Mus songarus. . "An inhabitant of Siberia. The nest is formed of dried herbs. In one of these nests Dr. Pallas found seven young. The young were much grown yet still blind. They soon grew familiar. They would feed from the Doctor's hand, lap milk and showed no desire of running away.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83934, Grunting ox or Yak. . Bos grunniens (or Bos gruniens). . "Marco Polo, a Venetian gentleman, who visited Tartary, and most other distant countries in the 13th century, expressly says, that the wild kind, which he saw on his travels, were nearly as large as elephants.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Grunting ox or Yak. . Bos grunniens (or Bos gruniens). . "Marco Polo, a Venetian gentleman, who visited Tartary, and most oth...
Grunting ox or Yak. . Bos grunniens (or Bos gruniens). . "Marco Polo, a Venetian gentleman, who visited Tartary, and most other distant countries in the 13th century, expressly says, that the wild kind, which he saw on his travels, were nearly as large as elephants.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-144631, MOVING THE CARNIVORA, LIONS, TO THE NEW HOUSES AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, LONDON, ENGRAVING 1876, UK, britain, british, europe, united kingdom, great britain, european.
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MOVING THE CARNIVORA, LIONS, TO THE NEW HOUSES AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, LONDON, ENGRAVING 1876, UK, britain, british, europ...
MOVING THE CARNIVORA, LIONS, TO THE NEW HOUSES AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, LONDON, ENGRAVING 1876, UK, britain, british, europe, united kingdom, great britain, european.
Stock Photo #4413-234421, Sloths two fingers in the branches London zoological garden
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Sloths two fingers in the branches London zoological garden
Stock Photo #4259-8776, Looking in on lion behind bars inside run-down looking lion house in London zoo, UK
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Looking in on lion behind bars inside run-down looking lion house in London zoo, UK
Stock Photo #1801-21079, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, GORILLA RELAXING IN A TREE, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, GORILLA RELAXING IN A TREE, PROCTOR MATTH...
GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, GORILLA RELAXING IN A TREE, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
Stock Photo #1966-3181, London Zoo, Animals in Action Amphitheatre
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Stock Photo #4408-3435, London Zoo: Exotic Birds, Exotic & Tropical Birds
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London Zoo: Exotic Birds, Exotic & Tropical Birds
Stock Photo #4408-3449, London Zoo: South American Toucans, Exotic & Tropical Birds
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London Zoo: South American Toucans, Exotic & Tropical Birds
Stock Photo #4259-8783, Grizzly bear in London zoo, UK
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Grizzly bear in London zoo, UK
Stock Photo #4409-83350, Spotted axis, chital, cheetal, spotted deer or axis deer . . Axis axis (Cervus axis). . "It inhabits the dry hilly forests of Ceylon, Borneo, Celebes and Java, in herds of hundreds. In Java and Celebes these animals grow very fat. In those two islands are great hunting matches and multitudes are killed at a time. The flesh is cut into small pieces and dried in the sun and salted for use.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Cu
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Spotted axis, chital, cheetal, spotted deer or axis deer . . Axis axis (Cervus axis). . "It inhabits the dry hilly forests of...
Spotted axis, chital, cheetal, spotted deer or axis deer . . Axis axis (Cervus axis). . "It inhabits the dry hilly forests of Ceylon, Borneo, Celebes and Java, in herds of hundreds. In Java and Celebes these animals grow very fat. In those two islands are great hunting matches and multitudes are killed at a time. The flesh is cut into small pieces and dried in the sun and salted for use.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Cu
Stock Photo #4272-8734, England, London. The Tower of London & Tower Bridge. The Tower of London was first built in 1078 by William the Conqueror(1066-1087) and was completed by William II who was tragically killed by Walter Tyrell in a hunting accident in the New Forest. During the Tower's history it has been a palace, prison, treasury, zoo and arsenal. The Crown Jewels are housed in the tower.
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England, London. The Tower of London & Tower Bridge. The Tower of London was first built in 1078 by William the Conqueror(106...
England, London. The Tower of London & Tower Bridge. The Tower of London was first built in 1078 by William the Conqueror(1066-1087) and was completed by William II who was tragically killed by Walter Tyrell in a hunting accident in the New Forest. During the Tower's history it has been a palace, prison, treasury, zoo and arsenal. The Crown Jewels are housed in the tower.
Stock Photo #1840-19744, London Zoo, Komodo Dragon
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Stock Photo #1801-17573, PENGUIN POOL, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, GENERAL VIEW, BERTHOLD LUBETKIN
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Stock Photo #1801-21075, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, LANDSCAPING WITH STREAM, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, LANDSCAPING WITH STREAM, PROCTOR MATTHEWS...
GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, LANDSCAPING WITH STREAM, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
Stock Photo #4176-54975, Gorilla bakom galler på zoo i London
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Stock Photo #4409-83710, Fennec fox or zerda. . Vulpes zerda. . "Mr. Pennant has given us the figure as first published by Skioldbrand at Stockholm in 1777.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Fennec fox or zerda. . Vulpes zerda. . "Mr. Pennant has given us the figure as first published by Skioldbrand at Stockholm in...
Fennec fox or zerda. . Vulpes zerda. . "Mr. Pennant has given us the figure as first published by Skioldbrand at Stockholm in 1777.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83532, Black and white indian snake. . "This snake, George Edwards informs us, was brought from the East Indies. It was the property of Mr. Sclater, a druggist in London, who had obliged him with the use of this and other Indian snakes, preserved in spirits of wine.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Black and white indian snake. . "This snake, George Edwards informs us, was brought from the East Indies. It was the property...
Black and white indian snake. . "This snake, George Edwards informs us, was brought from the East Indies. It was the property of Mr. Sclater, a druggist in London, who had obliged him with the use of this and other Indian snakes, preserved in spirits of wine.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-75827, CHOIROPOTAMUS, OR RED HOG OF THE CAMEROONS, IN THE GARDENS OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY, REGENT'S PARK, LONDON.
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CHOIROPOTAMUS, OR RED HOG OF THE CAMEROONS, IN THE GARDENS OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY, REGENT'S PARK, LONDON.
Stock Photo #4409-83999, Hippo or hippopotamus. . Hippopotamus amphibius. . "The teeth are highly prized by dentists for making artificial teeth. It is unquestionably the Behemoth of Job; who, Pennant observes, has most admirably described its manners, food and haunts.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Hippo or hippopotamus. . Hippopotamus amphibius. . "The teeth are highly prized by dentists for making artificial teeth. It i...
Hippo or hippopotamus. . Hippopotamus amphibius. . "The teeth are highly prized by dentists for making artificial teeth. It is unquestionably the Behemoth of Job; who, Pennant observes, has most admirably described its manners, food and haunts.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83793, Rhinoceros, White rhinoceros or Square-lipped Rhinoceros . . Ceratotherium simum. . "It was but imperfectly known till Dr. Parsons published in 1743, his history of the Rhinoceros, from an actual inspection of the living animal in London. The rhinoceros which that gentleman described was brought back from Bengal, at the expense of nearly a thousand pounds.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature
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Rhinoceros, White rhinoceros or Square-lipped Rhinoceros . . Ceratotherium simum. . "It was but imperfectly known till Dr. Pa...
Rhinoceros, White rhinoceros or Square-lipped Rhinoceros . . Ceratotherium simum. . "It was but imperfectly known till Dr. Parsons published in 1743, his history of the Rhinoceros, from an actual inspection of the living animal in London. The rhinoceros which that gentleman described was brought back from Bengal, at the expense of nearly a thousand pounds.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature
Stock Photo #4409-83398, Emperor moth of New South Wales. . Opodiphthera eucalypti or Syntherata janetta . . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Emperor moth of New South Wales. . Opodiphthera eucalypti or Syntherata janetta . . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "...
Emperor moth of New South Wales. . Opodiphthera eucalypti or Syntherata janetta . . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83824, Lesser cagui monkey (sagui or marmoset) . . Callithrix jacchus. . Copied from an illustration by George Edwards from his "Gleanings". The owner of the marmoset, Mrs. Kennon, told Edwards that, "once, when let loose, he suddenly snatched a Chinese Gold Fish out of a bason of water, which he killed and greedily devoured.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, L
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Lesser cagui monkey (sagui or marmoset) . . Callithrix jacchus. . Copied from an illustration by George Edwards from his "Gle...
Lesser cagui monkey (sagui or marmoset) . . Callithrix jacchus. . Copied from an illustration by George Edwards from his "Gleanings". The owner of the marmoset, Mrs. Kennon, told Edwards that, "once, when let loose, he suddenly snatched a Chinese Gold Fish out of a bason of water, which he killed and greedily devoured.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, L
Stock Photo #4409-83705, Jacobine shell or scallop. . "This shell is a bivalve of the family of Pectens or Escallops. The figure painted by Kleemann an ingenious German artist, represents the under side of the escallop, called by some the Shell of St. James and by others the Jacobine Shell.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Jacobine shell or scallop. . "This shell is a bivalve of the family of Pectens or Escallops. The figure painted by Kleemann a...
Jacobine shell or scallop. . "This shell is a bivalve of the family of Pectens or Escallops. The figure painted by Kleemann an ingenious German artist, represents the under side of the escallop, called by some the Shell of St. James and by others the Jacobine Shell.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83558, Brasilian porcupine. . Coendou prehensilis. . Drawing by Pennant "from a specimen in the possession of Mr. Greenwood.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Brasilian porcupine. . Coendou prehensilis. . Drawing by Pennant "from a specimen in the possession of Mr. Greenwood.". . Han...
Brasilian porcupine. . Coendou prehensilis. . Drawing by Pennant "from a specimen in the possession of Mr. Greenwood.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #1801-17572, PENGUIN POOL, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, GENERAL VIEW, BERTHOLD LUBETKIN
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Stock Photo #4409-83871, Wolverene or glutton. . Gulo gulo (Ursus luscus) . . Illustration copied from Edwards. "The wolverene, the glutton and the caracajou are indiscriminately charged with the possession of voracious and insatiable appetites: they are all said to be the vultures of quadrupeds.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Wolverene or glutton. . Gulo gulo (Ursus luscus) . . Illustration copied from Edwards. "The wolverene, the glutton and the ca...
Wolverene or glutton. . Gulo gulo (Ursus luscus) . . Illustration copied from Edwards. "The wolverene, the glutton and the caracajou are indiscriminately charged with the possession of voracious and insatiable appetites: they are all said to be the vultures of quadrupeds.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4259-4917, Long neck of giraffe, Whipsnade Zoo, July 1998
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Long neck of giraffe, Whipsnade Zoo, July 1998
Stock Photo #1566-418502, Clouded Leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) at London zoo. England, UK
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Clouded Leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) at London zoo. England, UK
Stock Photo #4409-83484, Rhinoceros beetle "brought from the island of Guadaloupe.". . Dynastes hercules. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Rhinoceros beetle "brought from the island of Guadaloupe.". . Dynastes hercules. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "T...
Rhinoceros beetle "brought from the island of Guadaloupe.". . Dynastes hercules. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #1950-1130, UK, England, London, Regent's Park, Alpacas (Vicugna pacos) in London Zoo
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Stock Photo #4413-234409, Gorilla plain is rolling in the grass of London Zoo England
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Gorilla plain is rolling in the grass of London Zoo England
Stock Photo #4409-84023, Flying fish. . Exocoetus. . Illustration by George Edwards. The little fish is hunted by dorado in the sea and by albatrosses in the air. "The flesh is said to be a palatable and nourishing food.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Flying fish. . Exocoetus. . Illustration by George Edwards. The little fish is hunted by dorado in the sea and by albatrosses...
Flying fish. . Exocoetus. . Illustration by George Edwards. The little fish is hunted by dorado in the sea and by albatrosses in the air. "The flesh is said to be a palatable and nourishing food.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83860, Crocodile. . Crocodylus niloticus. . "Even our Green Dragon, the boasted victim of St. George, tutelar champion of England, has probably no other origin than the crocodile.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Crocodile. . Crocodylus niloticus. . "Even our Green Dragon, the boasted victim of St. George, tutelar champion of England, h...
Crocodile. . Crocodylus niloticus. . "Even our Green Dragon, the boasted victim of St. George, tutelar champion of England, has probably no other origin than the crocodile.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #1597-37207, UK, London, Gorilla, London Zoo, Regent Park, Great Britain, Europe, England, portrait
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Stock Photo #1801-21080, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, CANOPY CONNECTING THE TWO BUILDINGS, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, CANOPY CONNECTING THE TWO BUILDINGS, PROC...
GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, CANOPY CONNECTING THE TWO BUILDINGS, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
Stock Photo #4409-84038, Potato apple fruit or Bomurra cammerral. . Solanum sp?. . "Having obtained from the friend to whom we are indebted for the original drawing of this plant, the name by which the aborigines of New South Wales distinguish it, we are induced to preserve the native appellation: though it certainly conveys no idea to the mind of any person unacquainted with the rude jargon of that people.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosi
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Potato apple fruit or Bomurra cammerral. . Solanum sp?. . "Having obtained from the friend to whom we are indebted for the or...
Potato apple fruit or Bomurra cammerral. . Solanum sp?. . "Having obtained from the friend to whom we are indebted for the original drawing of this plant, the name by which the aborigines of New South Wales distinguish it, we are induced to preserve the native appellation: though it certainly conveys no idea to the mind of any person unacquainted with the rude jargon of that people.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosi
Stock Photo #4259-6839, Lone penguin facing front, standing on ramp walkway in penguin house in London Zoo.
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Lone penguin facing front, standing on ramp walkway in penguin house in London Zoo.
Stock Photo #4409-84017, African coast rat, Cape mole rat, African mole rat or sand mole. . Georychus capensis (Mus myotalpa maritima). . "The flesh is by some travellers considered as good eating. Indeed there is scarcely anything eatable which some do not consider good and even delicious.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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African coast rat, Cape mole rat, African mole rat or sand mole. . Georychus capensis (Mus myotalpa maritima). . "The flesh i...
African coast rat, Cape mole rat, African mole rat or sand mole. . Georychus capensis (Mus myotalpa maritima). . "The flesh is by some travellers considered as good eating. Indeed there is scarcely anything eatable which some do not consider good and even delicious.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4282-20458, England, London, Primrose Hill. A group of people enjoying the late afternoon sunshine on Primrose Hill. Primrose Hill offers fantastic cityscape views of London that include many of it's iconic landmarks.
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England, London, Primrose Hill. A group of people enjoying the late afternoon sunshine on Primrose Hill. Primrose Hill offers...
England, London, Primrose Hill. A group of people enjoying the late afternoon sunshine on Primrose Hill. Primrose Hill offers fantastic cityscape views of London that include many of it's iconic landmarks.
Stock Photo #4282-20481, England, London, Primrose Hill. Two women relaxing on Primrose Hill enjoying the wonderful London cityscape view ahead of them.
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England, London, Primrose Hill. Two women relaxing on Primrose Hill enjoying the wonderful London cityscape view ahead of the...
England, London, Primrose Hill. Two women relaxing on Primrose Hill enjoying the wonderful London cityscape view ahead of them.
Stock Photo #4409-83680, Peruvian bat or harelipped bat. . Vespertilio leporinus Noctilio leporinus. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Peruvian bat or harelipped bat. . Vespertilio leporinus Noctilio leporinus. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Na...
Peruvian bat or harelipped bat. . Vespertilio leporinus Noctilio leporinus. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-73853, FLYING FOXES RECENTLY ADDED TO THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS, REGENT'S PARK.
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FLYING FOXES RECENTLY ADDED TO THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS, REGENT'S PARK.
Stock Photo #4409-83819, Painted Chinese Pheasant, Golden Pheasant or Chinese Pheasant . . Chrysolophus pictus (Phasianus pictus). . "It is a well ascertained fact, that one [female pheasant] belonging to Lady Essex changed, in the space of six years, her mean dusky colour into the rich lustre of the male.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Painted Chinese Pheasant, Golden Pheasant or Chinese Pheasant . . Chrysolophus pictus (Phasianus pictus). . "It is a well asc...
Painted Chinese Pheasant, Golden Pheasant or Chinese Pheasant . . Chrysolophus pictus (Phasianus pictus). . "It is a well ascertained fact, that one [female pheasant] belonging to Lady Essex changed, in the space of six years, her mean dusky colour into the rich lustre of the male.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83630, The wolf is "an animal of universal dread and detestation wherever it inhabits.". . Canis lupus. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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The wolf is "an animal of universal dread and detestation wherever it inhabits.". . Canis lupus. . Handcoloured copperplate e...
The wolf is "an animal of universal dread and detestation wherever it inhabits.". . Canis lupus. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83719, Guanaco, "a species of camel native to the New World.". . Lama guanicoe. . Illustration copied from the figure in Gesner.. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Guanaco, "a species of camel native to the New World.". . Lama guanicoe. . Illustration copied from the figure in Gesner.. . ...
Guanaco, "a species of camel native to the New World.". . Lama guanicoe. . Illustration copied from the figure in Gesner.. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83757, Black leopard or black jaguar. . Panthera pardus or Panthera onca. . "Our black leopard, from the East Indies, we have reason to think is there very uncommon. It is of a dusky black, sprinkled with spots of a glossy black, disposed in the same form as those of the common leopard: but, what is very remarkable, the hair, on being turned aside, appears beneath of a yellowish tinge.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities
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Black leopard or black jaguar. . Panthera pardus or Panthera onca. . "Our black leopard, from the East Indies, we have reason...
Black leopard or black jaguar. . Panthera pardus or Panthera onca. . "Our black leopard, from the East Indies, we have reason to think is there very uncommon. It is of a dusky black, sprinkled with spots of a glossy black, disposed in the same form as those of the common leopard: but, what is very remarkable, the hair, on being turned aside, appears beneath of a yellowish tinge.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities
Stock Photo #1801-21074, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, GORILLA WITH BT TOWER, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, GORILLA WITH BT TOWER, PROCTOR MATTHEWS A...
GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, GORILLA WITH BT TOWER, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
Stock Photo #4141-37135, iron age pig with large litter of suckling piglets rare breed trust cotswold farm park temple guiting near stow on the wold uk. not a true breed they are a reconstruction of how the animals once looked created in the early 1970's by crossing tamworth sows with a european wild boar from london zoo.
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iron age pig with large litter of suckling piglets rare breed trust cotswold farm park temple guiting near stow on the wold u...
iron age pig with large litter of suckling piglets rare breed trust cotswold farm park temple guiting near stow on the wold uk. not a true breed they are a reconstruction of how the animals once looked created in the early 1970's by crossing tamworth sows with a european wild boar from london zoo.
Stock Photo #4409-84028, Sukotyro. . The mythical creature the sukotyro (from the Chinese) was believed to be a species of elephant, even though it was "the size of an ox, had the snout of a hog, with eyes on the top of its head, not on the sides, and two large horns or teeth on the side." Niuhoff in his travels to the East Indies described it as a native of the island of Java. . . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (
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Sukotyro. . The mythical creature the sukotyro (from the Chinese) was believed to be a species of elephant, even though it wa...
Sukotyro. . The mythical creature the sukotyro (from the Chinese) was believed to be a species of elephant, even though it was "the size of an ox, had the snout of a hog, with eyes on the top of its head, not on the sides, and two large horns or teeth on the side." Niuhoff in his travels to the East Indies described it as a native of the island of Java. . . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (
Stock Photo #4409-77210, AT THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS IN LONDON: PACHYDERMATOUS OR THICK-SKINNED ANIMALS, 1880.
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AT THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS IN LONDON: PACHYDERMATOUS OR THICK-SKINNED ANIMALS, 1880.
Stock Photo #4443-4196, LEUCORYX AND YOUNG, IN THE GARDENS OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY, REGENT'S PARK, LONDON
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LEUCORYX AND YOUNG, IN THE GARDENS OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY, REGENT'S PARK, LONDON
Stock Photo #1801-21073, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, MOAT WITH PAVILION AND LOOK OUT AREA, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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Stock Photo #4409-84087, Chinese white, black and red butterfly. . Originally figured by Edwards in his Gleanings.. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Chinese white, black and red butterfly. . Originally figured by Edwards in his Gleanings.. . Handcoloured copperplate engravi...
Chinese white, black and red butterfly. . Originally figured by Edwards in his Gleanings.. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-84000, Lunulated gilthead or gilt-head (sea) bream . . Sparus aurata. . "In the system of Linnaeus, this fish, which is a species of the sparus, is denominated Sparus Lunula Aurea inter Oculos. They feed upon oysters and other shellfish.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Lunulated gilthead or gilt-head (sea) bream . . Sparus aurata. . "In the system of Linnaeus, this fish, which is a species of...
Lunulated gilthead or gilt-head (sea) bream . . Sparus aurata. . "In the system of Linnaeus, this fish, which is a species of the sparus, is denominated Sparus Lunula Aurea inter Oculos. They feed upon oysters and other shellfish.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #1801-21077, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, LOOKING OUT TO THE ELEPHANT PAVILION, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, LOOKING OUT TO THE ELEPHANT PAVILION, PRO...
GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, LOOKING OUT TO THE ELEPHANT PAVILION, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
Stock Photo #4259-8787, Looking in on tapier with painted jungle landscape sitting on square of straw at London zoo, UK
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Looking in on tapier with painted jungle landscape sitting on square of straw at London zoo, UK
Stock Photo #4409-83506, Six-banded or yellow armadillo. . Euphractus sexcinctus. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Six-banded or yellow armadillo. . Euphractus sexcinctus. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket M...
Six-banded or yellow armadillo. . Euphractus sexcinctus. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4259-3660, Two elephants in elephant house at the London Zoo, UK
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Two elephants in elephant house at the London Zoo, UK
Stock Photo #1950-1132, UK, England, London, Regent's Park, Komodo Dragon (Varanus komodoensis) in London Zoo
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UK, England, London, Regent's Park, Komodo Dragon (Varanus komodoensis) in London Zoo
Stock Photo #4409-79630, AT THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS IN LONDON: THE CAT FAMILY, 1880.
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AT THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS IN LONDON: THE CAT FAMILY, 1880.
Stock Photo #4409-83697, Hedgehog. . Erinaceus europaeus. . "It is said to be very destructive to gardens and orchards, where according to the opinion of the vulgar, it rolls itself among a heap of fruits and thus contrives to carry off a large quantity which are transfixed on its prickles.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Hedgehog. . Erinaceus europaeus. . "It is said to be very destructive to gardens and orchards, where according to the opinion...
Hedgehog. . Erinaceus europaeus. . "It is said to be very destructive to gardens and orchards, where according to the opinion of the vulgar, it rolls itself among a heap of fruits and thus contrives to carry off a large quantity which are transfixed on its prickles.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83560, Great tiger moth (or garden tiger moth). . Arctia caja. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Great tiger moth (or garden tiger moth). . Arctia caja. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Ma...
Great tiger moth (or garden tiger moth). . Arctia caja. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83397, Two-horned rhinoceros or black rhino. . Diceros bicornis. . Illustration copied from Pennant.. . "The Hottentots always kill these animals with a musquet shot, and the skin is capable of being transfixed with the lance or dart. The Hottentots usually hasten the death of the Rhinoceros by taking care to poison the weapon. The flesh is eatable, and tastes like coarse pork. Cups are made of its horns, and, of the hides, whips.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Mag
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Two-horned rhinoceros or black rhino. . Diceros bicornis. . Illustration copied from Pennant.. . "The Hottentots always kill ...
Two-horned rhinoceros or black rhino. . Diceros bicornis. . Illustration copied from Pennant.. . "The Hottentots always kill these animals with a musquet shot, and the skin is capable of being transfixed with the lance or dart. The Hottentots usually hasten the death of the Rhinoceros by taking care to poison the weapon. The flesh is eatable, and tastes like coarse pork. Cups are made of its horns, and, of the hides, whips.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Mag
Stock Photo #1566-419672, Cotton-top Tamarin (Saguinus oedipus) in zoo. London, England, UK
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Cotton-top Tamarin (Saguinus oedipus) in zoo. London, England, UK
Stock Photo #4409-83459, Four-fingered monkey, coaita, spotted monkey, or black spider monkey. . Ateles paniscus. . "In Oxford Road," says Edwards, near Soho Square, I lately (AD1761) saw, at a house where they shew wild beasts, etc., a black monkey, something like a middle-sized black monkey: they called him a Spider Monkey, from the thinness and length of his limbs and tail.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1
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Four-fingered monkey, coaita, spotted monkey, or black spider monkey. . Ateles paniscus. . "In Oxford Road," says Edwards, ne...
Four-fingered monkey, coaita, spotted monkey, or black spider monkey. . Ateles paniscus. . "In Oxford Road," says Edwards, near Soho Square, I lately (AD1761) saw, at a house where they shew wild beasts, etc., a black monkey, something like a middle-sized black monkey: they called him a Spider Monkey, from the thinness and length of his limbs and tail.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1
Stock Photo #4409-84008, Hairy crab. . Pilumnus hirtellus. . "It is observed by Edwards who first figured this curious crab, that the creature has nothing extraordinary in its general form. The tail, however, which he has extended, is usually turned under the belly of the living animal.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Hairy crab. . Pilumnus hirtellus. . "It is observed by Edwards who first figured this curious crab, that the creature has not...
Hairy crab. . Pilumnus hirtellus. . "It is observed by Edwards who first figured this curious crab, that the creature has nothing extraordinary in its general form. The tail, however, which he has extended, is usually turned under the belly of the living animal.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83421, The llama is a South American camelid, widely used as a pack and meat animal by Andean cultures since pre-hispanic times.. . Lama glama. . "Through the whole extent of Peru these animals are extremely numerous. Their flesh is good eating, their wool is excellent, and their whole lives are spent transporting the commodities of the country.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) publ
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The llama is a South American camelid, widely used as a pack and meat animal by Andean cultures since pre-hispanic times.. . ...
The llama is a South American camelid, widely used as a pack and meat animal by Andean cultures since pre-hispanic times.. . Lama glama. . "Through the whole extent of Peru these animals are extremely numerous. Their flesh is good eating, their wool is excellent, and their whole lives are spent transporting the commodities of the country.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) publ
Stock Photo #4409-83580, Brasilian tiger . . Panthera onca. . According to Buffon, "The flesh of the jaguar is not good to eat. The ant-eater, though it has no teeth to defend itself, is the most cruel enemy the jaguars have to encounter. As soon as the jaguar attacks the ant-eater, it lies down on its back and seizes and suffocates him with its long claws.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published
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Brasilian tiger . . Panthera onca. . According to Buffon, "The flesh of the jaguar is not good to eat. The ant-eater, though ...
Brasilian tiger . . Panthera onca. . According to Buffon, "The flesh of the jaguar is not good to eat. The ant-eater, though it has no teeth to defend itself, is the most cruel enemy the jaguars have to encounter. As soon as the jaguar attacks the ant-eater, it lies down on its back and seizes and suffocates him with its long claws.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published
Stock Photo #4259-1473, Brother and sister watching birds through wire fence at London Zoo.
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Brother and sister watching birds through wire fence at London Zoo.
Stock Photo #4259-3053, Penguins in Penguin House at London Zoo, with pool and penguins on ramp UK
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Penguins in Penguin House at London Zoo, with pool and penguins on ramp UK
Stock Photo #4259-8782, Looking in on a single rhino’s behind, London Zoo, UK
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Looking in on a single rhino’s behind, London Zoo, UK
Stock Photo #4443-14299, NOTES AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, LONDON
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Stock Photo #4409-83382, Pyed acarauna, a small American fish called by our sailors "old wife.". . Acarauna. . Illustration copied from Edwards.. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Pyed acarauna, a small American fish called by our sailors "old wife.". . Acarauna. . Illustration copied from Edwards.. . Ha...
Pyed acarauna, a small American fish called by our sailors "old wife.". . Acarauna. . Illustration copied from Edwards.. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-84005, Morron beetle of New South Wales, Australia. . Eupoecila australasiae. . "The natives call this Beetle, the Morron, Mor-rhon, or Mor-rone; for it is not always easy to convey the exact sound of these rude languages, by any arrangement of letters or syllables...” . . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Morron beetle of New South Wales, Australia. . Eupoecila australasiae. . "The natives call this Beetle, the Morron, Mor-rhon,...
Morron beetle of New South Wales, Australia. . Eupoecila australasiae. . "The natives call this Beetle, the Morron, Mor-rhon, or Mor-rone; for it is not always easy to convey the exact sound of these rude languages, by any arrangement of letters or syllables...” . . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-79694, LEUCORYX AND YOUNG, IN THE GARDENS OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY, REGENT'S PARK, LONDON.
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LEUCORYX AND YOUNG, IN THE GARDENS OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY, REGENT'S PARK, LONDON.
Stock Photo #4409-83335, Long tailed porcupine. . Trichys fasciculata. . "Travellers and naturalists, says Buffon, have attributed to the porcupine the property of darting its quills to a distance, and with such force as to inflict deep wounds. Some tell us that they have been wounded by these darts. others affirm that the quills are discharged with such violence as to pierce a plank at the distance of several paces.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of t
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Long tailed porcupine. . Trichys fasciculata. . "Travellers and naturalists, says Buffon, have attributed to the porcupine th...
Long tailed porcupine. . Trichys fasciculata. . "Travellers and naturalists, says Buffon, have attributed to the porcupine the property of darting its quills to a distance, and with such force as to inflict deep wounds. Some tell us that they have been wounded by these darts. others affirm that the quills are discharged with such violence as to pierce a plank at the distance of several paces.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of t
Stock Photo #4409-84039, Oriental sheep or broad-tailed sheep with its large tail carried on a wheeled carriage.. . Ovis orientalis laticaudata. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Oriental sheep or broad-tailed sheep with its large tail carried on a wheeled carriage.. . Ovis orientalis laticaudata. . Han...
Oriental sheep or broad-tailed sheep with its large tail carried on a wheeled carriage.. . Ovis orientalis laticaudata. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-81614, AT THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS IN LONDON: PACHYDERMATOUS OR THICK-SKINNED ANIMALS, 1880.
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AT THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS IN LONDON: PACHYDERMATOUS OR THICK-SKINNED ANIMALS, 1880.
Stock Photo #4409-83894, Three toed sloth in unnatural seated position. Image copied from an illustration by George Edwards: "The specimen from which I drew it was a stuffed skin, set up in the attitude represented by the figure.". . Bradypus tridactylus. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Three toed sloth in unnatural seated position. Image copied from an illustration by George Edwards: "The specimen from which ...
Three toed sloth in unnatural seated position. Image copied from an illustration by George Edwards: "The specimen from which I drew it was a stuffed skin, set up in the attitude represented by the figure.". . Bradypus tridactylus. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4259-8784, Looking down on back half of white striped deer with twigs and tree, London zoo, UK
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Looking down on back half of white striped deer with twigs and tree, London zoo, UK
Stock Photo #1966-3179, London Zoo, Komodo Dragon
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London Zoo, Komodo Dragon
Stock Photo #4282-20468, England, London, Primrose Hill. A view at dusk from Primrose Hill over Regent's Park towards London's iconic landmarks.
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England, London, Primrose Hill. A view at dusk from Primrose Hill over Regent's Park towards London's iconic landmarks.
Stock Photo #4409-84090, Flocky maucauco or macauco, woolly lemur or indri. . Lemur laniger . . Illustration copied from Sonnerat. A type of lemur found only in Madagascar.. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Flocky maucauco or macauco, woolly lemur or indri. . Lemur laniger . . Illustration copied from Sonnerat. A type of lemur fou...
Flocky maucauco or macauco, woolly lemur or indri. . Lemur laniger . . Illustration copied from Sonnerat. A type of lemur found only in Madagascar.. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4443-2501, THE DARTER AND STILT PLOVER IN THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS, LONDON, 1873
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THE DARTER AND STILT PLOVER IN THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS, LONDON, 1873
Stock Photo #4409-83422, Black and yellow swallowtail butterfly. . Papilio machaon. . "This beautiful butterfly is of English production. It was first figured by George Edwards, from a subject sent to him out of Norfolk.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Black and yellow swallowtail butterfly. . Papilio machaon. . "This beautiful butterfly is of English production. It was first...
Black and yellow swallowtail butterfly. . Papilio machaon. . "This beautiful butterfly is of English production. It was first figured by George Edwards, from a subject sent to him out of Norfolk.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4259-2338, Two distressed photographs of giraffes in London Zoo, UK
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Two distressed photographs of giraffes in London Zoo, UK
Stock Photo #1801-17569, PENGUIN POOL, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, LANDSCAPE DETAIL OF RAMP, BERTHOLD LUBETKIN AND TECTON
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PENGUIN POOL, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, LANDSCAPE DETAIL OF RAMP, BERTHOLD LUBETKIN ...
PENGUIN POOL, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, LANDSCAPE DETAIL OF RAMP, BERTHOLD LUBETKIN AND TECTON
Stock Photo #4409-83666, Whistle insect. . Eugaster spinulosa. . "This beautiful and curious insect was first named and figured by [George] Edwards. It was brought from Santa Crux in Barbary. ". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Whistle insect. . Eugaster spinulosa. . "This beautiful and curious insect was first named and figured by [George] Edwards. I...
Whistle insect. . Eugaster spinulosa. . "This beautiful and curious insect was first named and figured by [George] Edwards. It was brought from Santa Crux in Barbary. ". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4286-54238, GOLDEN LION TAMARIND ON LIMB
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GOLDEN LION TAMARIND ON LIMB
Stock Photo #4259-8774, Seagulls on sand in display case in London zoo, framed by glass viewing window, UK
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Seagulls on sand in display case in London zoo, framed by glass viewing window, UK
Stock Photo #1801-21078, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, WALKWAY WITH EXHIBITS AND BRIDGE, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, WALKWAY WITH EXHIBITS AND BRIDGE, PROCTOR...
GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, WALKWAY WITH EXHIBITS AND BRIDGE, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
Stock Photo #4409-83764, Numidian crane, demoiselle crane or dancing bird. . Anthropoides virgo. . Goldsmith "says the Numidian Crane is vulgarly called by our sailors the Buffoon Bird, and by the French, the Demoiselle or Lady. The French, who are skilled in the art of elegant gesticulation, consider all its motions as ladylike and graceful. Our English sailors, however, who have not entered so deeply into the dancing art, think that the bird while thus in motion cuts buts a very ridiculous figure.". . Handcoloured cop
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Numidian crane, demoiselle crane or dancing bird. . Anthropoides virgo. . Goldsmith "says the Numidian Crane is vulgarly call...
Numidian crane, demoiselle crane or dancing bird. . Anthropoides virgo. . Goldsmith "says the Numidian Crane is vulgarly called by our sailors the Buffoon Bird, and by the French, the Demoiselle or Lady. The French, who are skilled in the art of elegant gesticulation, consider all its motions as ladylike and graceful. Our English sailors, however, who have not entered so deeply into the dancing art, think that the bird while thus in motion cuts buts a very ridiculous figure.". . Handcoloured cop
Stock Photo #1801-41244, Penguin Pool London Zoo, London, United Kingdom, Berthold Lubetkin and Tecton, Penguin pool london zoo general view.
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Penguin Pool London Zoo, London, United Kingdom, Berthold Lubetkin and Tecton, Penguin pool london zoo general view.
Stock Photo #4187-4882, Yellow-Green Grosbeak
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Yellow-Green Grosbeak
Stock Photo #4409-83862, Little Indian buffalo . . Bos indicus. . Originally published by Edwards, from a drawing communicated to him by Sir Hans Sloane.. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Little Indian buffalo . . Bos indicus. . Originally published by Edwards, from a drawing communicated to him by Sir Hans Sloa...
Little Indian buffalo . . Bos indicus. . Originally published by Edwards, from a drawing communicated to him by Sir Hans Sloane.. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-84056, Guinea antelope, Grimm or common Duiker. . Sylvicapra grimmia (Antilope grimmia, Moschus grimmia). . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Guinea antelope, Grimm or common Duiker. . Sylvicapra grimmia (Antilope grimmia, Moschus grimmia). . Handcoloured copperplate...
Guinea antelope, Grimm or common Duiker. . Sylvicapra grimmia (Antilope grimmia, Moschus grimmia). . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-82421, AT THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS IN LONDON: THE MONKEYS, 1880.
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AT THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS IN LONDON: THE MONKEYS, 1880.
Stock Photo #4409-83468, Ceylonese dog. . Canis ceylonicus. . This dog we have taken from Thomas Pennant, who seems to have copied it from Vosmaer, by whom it is denominated "Le Chien Sauvage de Ceylan.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Ceylonese dog. . Canis ceylonicus. . This dog we have taken from Thomas Pennant, who seems to have copied it from Vosmaer, by...
Ceylonese dog. . Canis ceylonicus. . This dog we have taken from Thomas Pennant, who seems to have copied it from Vosmaer, by whom it is denominated "Le Chien Sauvage de Ceylan.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #1966-3176, London Zoo, Tiger
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London Zoo, Tiger
Stock Photo #4409-83986, Pied seal or harbour seal. . Phoca bicolor or Phoca vitulina. . "The pied seal differs little else than in colour from the common species, which was first figured and described by Pennant.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Pied seal or harbour seal. . Phoca bicolor or Phoca vitulina. . "The pied seal differs little else than in colour from the co...
Pied seal or harbour seal. . Phoca bicolor or Phoca vitulina. . "The pied seal differs little else than in colour from the common species, which was first figured and described by Pennant.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #1782-3851, London, Organ Grinder 1895
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London, Organ Grinder 1895
Stock Photo #4409-83872, Fallow deer with mottled back and large antlers. . Dama dama (Cervus dama). . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Fallow deer with mottled back and large antlers. . Dama dama (Cervus dama). . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Na...
Fallow deer with mottled back and large antlers. . Dama dama (Cervus dama). . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #1792-104449, United Kingdom, London, Regent´s Park, zoo, couple in front of the reptiles house
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United Kingdom, London, Regent´s Park, zoo, couple in front of the reptiles house
Stock Photo #1672R-75106, View of London at night from Primrose Hill, Hampstead Heath, London Zoo, British Telecom Tower and the London Eye are visible in the background.
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View of London at night from Primrose Hill, Hampstead Heath, London Zoo, British Telecom Tower and the London Eye are visible...
View of London at night from Primrose Hill, Hampstead Heath, London Zoo, British Telecom Tower and the London Eye are visible in the background.
Stock Photo #4409-76705, NEW ANTELOPE HOUSE IN THE GARDENS OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY, REGENT'S PARK.
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NEW ANTELOPE HOUSE IN THE GARDENS OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY, REGENT'S PARK.
Stock Photo #1597-37205, Von der Decken Hornbill, Tockus deckeni, UK, London, Bird, London Zoo, Regent Park, Great Britain, Europe, England, ma
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Von der Decken Hornbill, Tockus deckeni, UK, London, Bird, London Zoo, Regent Park, Great Britain, Europe, England, ma
Stock Photo #4409-84030, Buffalo. . Bos bubalus. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Buffalo. . Bos bubalus. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of ...
Buffalo. . Bos bubalus. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #1895-44973, Walt Disney filming penguins at London Zoo, 1935.
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Walt Disney filming penguins at London Zoo, 1935.
Stock Photo #4409-81903, NOTES AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, LONDON: CORSICAN MOUFFLONS.
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NOTES AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, LONDON: CORSICAN MOUFFLONS.
Stock Photo #1840-19741, London Zoo, Flamingoes
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London Zoo, Flamingoes
Stock Photo #1890-3868, Buffalo, London Zoo, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe
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Buffalo, London Zoo, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe
Stock Photo #1801-21083, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, GORILLA PORTRAIT WITH PAVILION BEHIND, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, GORILLA PORTRAIT WITH PAVILION BEHIND, PR...
GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, GORILLA PORTRAIT WITH PAVILION BEHIND, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
Stock Photo #1801-21081, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, GENERAL VIEW OF CONNECTION, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, GENERAL VIEW OF CONNECTION, PROCTOR MATTH...
GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, GENERAL VIEW OF CONNECTION, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
Stock Photo #4409-81993, PICTURE MODEL OF OLD LONDON, AT THE SURREY ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS.
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PICTURE MODEL OF OLD LONDON, AT THE SURREY ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS.
Stock Photo #4409-83996, Bush-tailed monkey, Sajou monkey or Weeper capuchin monkey. . Cebus olivaceus (Simia sapajus trepidus). . Illustration copied from Edwards.. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Bush-tailed monkey, Sajou monkey or Weeper capuchin monkey. . Cebus olivaceus (Simia sapajus trepidus). . Illustration copied...
Bush-tailed monkey, Sajou monkey or Weeper capuchin monkey. . Cebus olivaceus (Simia sapajus trepidus). . Illustration copied from Edwards.. . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4282-20469, England, London, Primrose Hill. A view at dusk from Primrose Hill over Regent's Park towards London's iconic landmarks.
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England, London, Primrose Hill. A view at dusk from Primrose Hill over Regent's Park towards London's iconic landmarks.
Stock Photo #4409-83433, Common angler fish. . Lophius piscatorius. . "The common angler is to be classed, not among the beauties, but the curiosities of Nature. It is in fact one of the most deformed inhabitants of the ocean.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Common angler fish. . Lophius piscatorius. . "The common angler is to be classed, not among the beauties, but the curiosities...
Common angler fish. . Lophius piscatorius. . "The common angler is to be classed, not among the beauties, but the curiosities of Nature. It is in fact one of the most deformed inhabitants of the ocean.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4282-20463, England, London, Primrose Hill. A group of people enjoying the late afternoon sunshine on Primrose Hill. Primrose Hill offers fantastic cityscape views of London that include many of it's iconic landmarks.
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England, London, Primrose Hill. A group of people enjoying the late afternoon sunshine on Primrose Hill. Primrose Hill offers...
England, London, Primrose Hill. A group of people enjoying the late afternoon sunshine on Primrose Hill. Primrose Hill offers fantastic cityscape views of London that include many of it's iconic landmarks.
Stock Photo #4259-8786, Looking in on seal inside a concrete run-down enclosure in London zoo, UK
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Looking in on seal inside a concrete run-down enclosure in London zoo, UK
Stock Photo #4409-83534, Wild boar. . Sus scrofa. . "All its habits are gross, all its appetites impure, all its sensations confined to a furious lust and a brutal gluttony.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Wild boar. . Sus scrofa. . "All its habits are gross, all its appetites impure, all its sensations confined to a furious lust...
Wild boar. . Sus scrofa. . "All its habits are gross, all its appetites impure, all its sensations confined to a furious lust and a brutal gluttony.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-92803, Original Film Title: AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON. English Title: AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON. Film Director: JOHN LANDIS. Year: 1981. Stars: DAVID NAUGHTON.
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Original Film Title: AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON. English Title: AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON. Film Director: JOHN LANDI...
Original Film Title: AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON. English Title: AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON. Film Director: JOHN LANDIS. Year: 1981. Stars: DAVID NAUGHTON.
Stock Photo #1672R-69915, View across Hamstead Heath at dusk, with London Zoo, Telecom Tower and the London Eye visible.
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View across Hamstead Heath at dusk, with London Zoo, Telecom Tower and the London Eye visible.
Stock Photo #4259-8775, Stuffed ducks in display case framed by glass viewing window and green chair in London zoo, UK
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Stock Photo #1597-37208, UK, London, Gorilla, London Zoo, Regent Park, Great Britain, Europe, England, portrait
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UK, London, Gorilla, London Zoo, Regent Park, Great Britain, Europe, England, portrait
Stock Photo #1801-41245, Penguin Pool London Zoo, London, United Kingdom, Berthold Lubetkin, Penguin pool london zoo general view.
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Penguin Pool London Zoo, London, United Kingdom, Berthold Lubetkin, Penguin pool london zoo general view.
Stock Photo #1801-21087, GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, MAIN PAVILION WALKWAY, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
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GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, MAIN PAVILION WALKWAY, PROCTOR MATTHEWS A...
GORILLA KINGDOM, LONDON ZOO, REGENTS PARK, LONDON, NW1 CAMDEN TOWN, UNITED KINGDOM, MAIN PAVILION WALKWAY, PROCTOR MATTHEWS ARCHITECTS
Stock Photo #4409-83869, The sea bat or batfish. . Halieutea sp.. . "This sea-bat, as preserved in spirits, Edwards says, appeared to him all over of a dark brown or dusky colour. As it seemed to him cartilaginous, he took it to be of the ray kind.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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The sea bat or batfish. . Halieutea sp.. . "This sea-bat, as preserved in spirits, Edwards says, appeared to him all over of ...
The sea bat or batfish. . Halieutea sp.. . "This sea-bat, as preserved in spirits, Edwards says, appeared to him all over of a dark brown or dusky colour. As it seemed to him cartilaginous, he took it to be of the ray kind.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-84041, Ash-coloured and red parrot or African grey parrot. . Psittacus erithacus. . "Buffon observes that the Grey parrot, as the Cinereous Guinea Parrot is commonly denominated in England, has been often observed after moulting to become marbled with white and rose colour.". . Illustration copied from Edwards. . . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Ash-coloured and red parrot or African grey parrot. . Psittacus erithacus. . "Buffon observes that the Grey parrot, as the Ci...
Ash-coloured and red parrot or African grey parrot. . Psittacus erithacus. . "Buffon observes that the Grey parrot, as the Cinereous Guinea Parrot is commonly denominated in England, has been often observed after moulting to become marbled with white and rose colour.". . Illustration copied from Edwards. . . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4409-83735, Flying maucauco or Philippine flying lemur. . Cynocephalus volans (Lemur volans). . "A native of the Molucca and Philippine islands. It is called by the different Indians who inhabit these countries, the Caguang, the Colugo and the Gigua.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
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Flying maucauco or Philippine flying lemur. . Cynocephalus volans (Lemur volans). . "A native of the Molucca and Philippine i...
Flying maucauco or Philippine flying lemur. . Cynocephalus volans (Lemur volans). . "A native of the Molucca and Philippine islands. It is called by the different Indians who inhabit these countries, the Caguang, the Colugo and the Gigua.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature" (1798~1802) published by Harrison, London.
Stock Photo #4141-38900, pelicans (pelecanus sp.). enclosure. london zoo, regent's park. public viewing. zoological society of london.
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pelicans (pelecanus sp.). enclosure. london zoo, regent's park. public viewing. zoological society of london.
Stock Photo #4443-14832, THE AUSTRALIAN BUSTARD, AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, LONDON, 1872 engraving
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THE AUSTRALIAN BUSTARD, AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, LONDON, 1872 engraving
Stock Photo #4409-83557, Wild swan, hooper or whooper swan. . Cygnus cygnus (Anas cygnus or Cygnus ferus). . "For the spirited and beautiful figure of this bird we are indebted to Edwards. The song of the dying swan, as fabled by the ancients, and adopted by modern poets, although acknowledged by Buffon to be a fiction, he yet seems unwilling to discard from the list of agreeable delusions.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties
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Wild swan, hooper or whooper swan. . Cygnus cygnus (Anas cygnus or Cygnus ferus). . "For the spirited and beautiful figure of...
Wild swan, hooper or whooper swan. . Cygnus cygnus (Anas cygnus or Cygnus ferus). . "For the spirited and beautiful figure of this bird we are indebted to Edwards. The song of the dying swan, as fabled by the ancients, and adopted by modern poets, although acknowledged by Buffon to be a fiction, he yet seems unwilling to discard from the list of agreeable delusions.". . Handcoloured copperplate engraving from "The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine; or, Complete Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties
Stock Photo #4187-6403, Teddy Bears Meet on London Zoo Day
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Teddy Bears Meet on London Zoo Day
Stock Photo #4413-234423, Pygmy Marmosets on a tree branch
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Pygmy Marmosets on a tree branch
Stock Photo #1895-44972, Walt Disney filming penguins at London Zoo, 1935.
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Walt Disney filming penguins at London Zoo, 1935.

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