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Images Dated 18th June 2007

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Aspidonia, historical artwork, 1899 Featured 18 Jun 2007 Print

Aspidonia, historical artwork, 1899

Aspidonia organisms. Historical artwork of Aspidonia organisms, a now invalid name for a grouping of the classes Merostomata and Trilobita. Many of these organisms are now extinct, except for four belonging to the class Merostomata. This artwork was by Ernst Haeckel and was the 47th plate from his Art Forms in Nature, published in 1899

© MEHAU KULYK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Choctaw Indians of Louisianna, Mississippi and Alabama grew sweetcorn as a food staple Featured 18 Jun 2007 Print

Choctaw Indians of Louisianna, Mississippi and Alabama grew sweetcorn as a food staple

Choctaw Indians of Louisianna, Mississippi and Alabama grew sweetcorn as a food staple. The corn then would be dried and ground into flour for making soups and breads. (PR)

© Angel Wynn / DanitaDelimont.com

Aboriginal, Agriculture, Alabama, American, American Indian, Angel Wynn, Chakta, Choctaw, Civilized, Cob, Corn, Corn On The Cob, Crop, Culture, Danita Delimont, Ethnic, Ethnicity, First Nation, Five Civilized Tribes, Food, Grow, Harvest, Indian, Indian Country, Indigenous, Leaf, Lkia Chata, Lkla Chata, Louisiana, Mississippi, Native, Native American, North America, People, Pr, Produce, Property Released, Ripe, Rural, South East, Southeast, Sweet, Sweetcorn, Traditional, Travel, Tribal, Tribe, United States, Usa, Vegetable, Yellow

Artwork of twelve catarrhines, 1870 Featured 18 Jun 2007 Print

Artwork of twelve catarrhines, 1870

Twelve catarrhines. Historical artwork of twelve apes and Old World monkeys, from the 1870 edition of Ernst Haeckel's The Natural History of Creation. Catarrhines are an infraorder which includes humans, apes and Old World monkeys. The species in this infraorder are the closest to us genetically

© MEHAU KULYK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

12, 1800s, 1870, 19th Century, Animal, Ape, Art Work, Catarrhine, Catarrhines, Drawn, Ernst Haeckel, Evolutionary Biology, Fauna, Great Ape, Historical, Historical Image, History, History Of Science, Illustration, Imagery, Mono Chrome, Natural History Of Creation, Nature, Old World Monkey, Old World Monkeys, Study, Twelve, Wild Life, Zoological, Zoology