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DeVilco Left-handed Johnson Rods. Vintage retro style original logo design for the infamous left-handed Johnson Rod. T-shirts, sweats, stickers, decals, gift swag.
Left-eyed flounder (Bothus sp.) camouflaged on the seabed. When the left-eyed flounder is born it has an eye on each side of its body and swims upright. However, as it matures, its right eye migrates
Convict blennies. Adult convict blenny (Pholidichthys leucotaenia) fish excavating a burrow where it lives and where the juveniles (top left and right) shelter during the night. Convict blennies inhab
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Pterosaur fossil. Fossilised remains of a young Pterodactylus sp. pterosaur (upper left). Pterodactylus were flying reptiles that lived during the Late Jurassic period (150-148 million years ago) and
Nembrotha kubaryana nudibranch, a type of sea slug. This nudibranch inhabits reefs in the tropical Indo-Pacific region. It feeds on ascidians and can reach 12 centimetres in length. Its head (left) is
Underwater archaeology. Remora 2000 two-seater submarine (upper centre) and Super Achille remotely operated vehicle (left) surveying an ancient wreck. The two craft are placing markers (numbered balls
Sweat gland in skin. Light micrograph of a section through the dermis of the skin showing a sweat gland. The gland is composed of a secretory portion (upper left) and several excretory ducts (bottom l
Europe, satellite image. North is at top. Natural colours show the land cover becoming more arid from north to south, with Iceland, Greenland (upper left) and Scandinavia (upper centre) having large g
a pile of Plastic bags, Trash and garbage left by travellers and holidaymakers
MODEL RELEASED. Anaesthesia. Anaesthetist (third from left) and nurses administering anaesthetic gas, through a face mask, to a patient prior to surgery. This is a general anaesthetic that will 'knock
Hong Kong. Skyscrapers in the financial business district of Hong Kong, China. This view looks from the harbour towards Hong Kong Island and Victoria Peak (centre left). The setting sun is seen at far
Light micrograph of the filamentous blue-green algae Oscillatoria sp. A small ciliate protozoan is also visible as the small oval body towards lower left. Blue-green algae are considered to be among t
Normal retina, ophthalmoscope image. The retina is the light-sensitive membrane that lines the back of the eye. Blood vessels (red) radiate out from the optic disc (yellow, left). The optic disc is th
Seaweed. Rock pool containing a variety of green, red and brown seaweed including Rainbow wrack (Cystoseira tamariscifolia, centre left and top left). Rainbow wrack is a species of brown seaweed which
Parasitised aphids (superfamily Aphidoidea). These aphids have been infected by the wasp Praon sp. by being injected with its eggs. Here, the larva of the wasp have left the hollowed shell of the aphi
Soviet cosmonauts Vladimir Titov (left) and Alexander Serebrov (right) flank Muhammad Faris, the first Syrian cosmonaut. Faris flew aboard the Soyuz TM3 spacecraft, which was launched on 22 July 1987
Molluscum contagiosum. Light micrograph of a section through human skin with the viral disease molluscum contagiosum. Two viral inclusion bodies are seen at top left and top centre to right. These con
Great spotted woodpeckers (Dendrocopos major) on a branch. The adult at left is feeding the fledgling at right. Photographed in June, in Dorset, UK.
Cassiopeia constellation. Optical image of the northern constellation of Cassiopeia. Its five brightest stars make the shape of a W (upper left to centre), representing the throne of Queen Cassiopeia
Diving history. Diver and his support team at the turn of the 20th century. The diver (left) is holding his rubberised cloth suit. Air was supplied to the diver through air lines that ran from a pump
Sea squirts. These are Rhopalaea crassa (blue, left), Polycarpa aurata (purple/orange, centre) and Lissoclinum sp. (pink, right). Sea squirts are sessile barrel-shaped animals that filter water throug
The Cassini Spacecraft now orbiting Saturn looked back toward its distant home and took this photograph of Earth from Saturn. Earth is in the small circle tothe left of the Planet!
Gobi Desert. Sand dunes in the Gobi Desert. A caravan of camels is seen at lower left. This desert, located in southern Mongolia and northern China, is the largest in Asia. Photographed in Mongolia on
Humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae). The mother (centre) is escorting her calf (upper right), which is a few weeks old. The fish seen at lower left are remoras, which feed on parasites and food s
Copper mine. Mining buildings are at lower left. This is the Phelps Dodge copper mine in Morenci, Arizona, USA. An open pit mine, this is the largest copper mine in North America, and one of the large
Baboons grooming (Papio sp.). The female baboon at left is checking for ticks and other parasites from the on the larger male baboon. The typical patch of coloured (red) hairless skin is seen on the b
Biofuel research. Bottles of various products in the stages used to produce biodiesel from a plant oil. The initial oil is extracted from the seeds of the Jatropha curcas plant. The bottle at left is