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People – With Animals

People – With Animals is one of the 27 subdivisions of People and contains 284 pictures.

 

 

National Geographic.

National Geographic.

 

 

 

 

A three-toed sloth.

A three-toed sloth.

 

 

Japan.

Japan.

 

 

June 1944

June 1944.

 

 

Drinking Milk

 

 

 

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August 1938.

August 1938.

 

 

 

 

 

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Postcard from Blue Sky Gallery

Postcard from Blue Sky Gallery

 

 

 

August 1957.

August 1957.

 

 

 

National Geographic.

National Geographic.

 

 

National Geographic. Brazil.  Photo by Winfield Parks.

National Geographic.
Brazil.
Photo by Winfield Parks.

 

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Animals – Bats +++

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From far away a colony, or cloud of bats is a blur of fluttering black specks. A bat’s face up close is a scrunched up wrinkly big-nostriled wonderfully weird thing. A real bat is gone in a blink but in the picture collection there are 39 bat pictures (under Animals – Bats) that you can look at as long as you want; and they probably will not fly away.

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group of  carribean white bats sleeping under a heliconia leaf in costa rica - Copy

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national wildlife june july 07 - townsend big-eared bat

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Anatomy–Animals

Oh, the mandibular condyle

Yes, the glandula parotis

Indeed all the way to the end

of the jugular vein.

Be you a superficial flexor tendon

Or a deep flexor tendon

A Phalanx prima, secunda, or tertia

You are invited to dig in your hind claws

And sink in your unpaired canine tooth.

The Visual Arts Library Picture Collection Presents:

ANATOMY—ANIMALS

A subdivision of ANATOMY (which refers to human anatomy and which has the further subdivisions of ANATOMYEYES ANATOMY—HANDS, and ANATOMY – NERVOUS SYSTEM) ANATOMYANIMALS has approximately 100 items. Please find a sampling below.

Da Vinci

Da Vinci sussing out the horsely dimensions.

Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, the “father of microbiology,” sketches out the intestinal protozoa of frogs.