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 View Image #104-031Octopus vulgaris, Common octopus#104-031 
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This octopus was created as a sample spot illustration for a popular scientific publication.

 View Image #104-032Perch Skeleton#104-032 
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This illustration can only be used for print. This illustration was created for a multimedia program on CD-ROM for grades six...

 View Image #104-033Fairy Prion, Prion colombe#104-033 
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This bird was drawn from a taxidermic mount from the Royal Ontario Museum Bird Gallery.

 View Image #104-034Snake Shedding Skin#104-034 
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This illustration can only be used for print. It was created for a multimedia program on CD-ROM for grades six and seven.

 View Image #104-035Snake Glottis#104-035 
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This illustration can only be used for print. It was created for a multimedia program on CD-ROM for grades six and seven.

 View Image #104-036Internal Gross Anatomy of a Snake#104-036 
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This illustration can only be used for print. It was created for a multimedia program on CD-ROM for grades six and seven.

 View Image #104-037Snake Pelvis#104-037 
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This illustration can only be used for print. It pictures the skeletal structure of a snake pelvis. This illustration was cre...

 View Image #104-038Snake Venom Gland#104-038 
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This illustration can only be used for print. It was created for a multimedia program on CD-ROM for grades six and seven.

 View Image #104-039Velociraptor mongoliensis Skull#104-039 
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This skull was created as part of an Ex Libris bookplate.

 View Image #104-040Diomedea nigripes, Black-footed Albatross#104-040 
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These birds were created as part of a simplified pelagic food web from the southern coast of California.

 View Image #104-041Kosmoceras sp, Ammonite#104-041 
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This ammonite was created as part of a hypothetical food web from the Jurassic Period of the Oxford Clay of England, reconstr...

 View Image #104-042Engraulis moradx, Northern Pacific Anchovy#104-042 
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This fish was created as part of a simplified pelagic food web from the southern coast of California.

 View Image #104-043Delphinus delphis, Common Dolphin#104-043 
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This dolphin was created as part of a simplified pelagic food web from the southern coast of California.

 View Image #104-044Hybodus sp, Hybodont Shark#104-044 
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This shark was created as part of a hypothetical food web from the Jurassic Period of the Oxfor Clay of England, reconstructe...

 View Image #104-045Phocoena phocoena, Harbor Porpoise#104-045 
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This porpoise was created as part of a simplified pelagic food web from the coast of southern California.
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