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Partial skeleton of a mother and fetal fruit bat
More "Natural" pose.
And that was the final year they allowed Walter to be mall Santa.
'Portrait of a Zenkers Fruit Bat, Scotonycteris Zenkeri, hanging upside down from a branch.'
Reminded me of this
Xenomorph
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Flying fox skeleton
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An Early Jurassic mammaliamorph with three dozen perinatal young | Nature Research Ecology & Evolution Community
Why We (and Google) Still Love Lucy
The partial remains of a man from 7,000 years ago was found wrapped in a jacket
The earliest stem mammals diverged from reptiles in the Carboniferous, and offshoots of the mammalian stem survived until the extinction of tritylodontid ...
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Left, a clutch of baby alligators at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. Photo credit: NASA/Frankie Martin (https://tinyurl.com/y6uwswsf). Right, a lion mother ...
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Darwin, C. R. 1875. The variation of animals and plants under domestication. London: John Murray. 2d edition. Volume 1.
Little brown bat
The specimen is relatively complete, consisting of a partial skeleton including a skull, pectoral
A few million years ago, Jamaica was home to one of the strangest boxers in the animal kingdom – a flightless bird called Xenicibis xympithecus that could ...
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A new Tel Aviv University study finds that young bats adopt a specific "dialect" spoken by their own colonies, even when this dialect differs from the bat " ...
Dorsoplanar computed tomography image of conjoined fetal twins in a harbor seal (Phoca vitulina)
Face of the little brown bat
This Fluffy Little Dinosaur Had Bat-Like Wings
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ariation in total body water (a) and total body fat (b) in
Skeletons of the Eocene archaeocete whales Dorudon atrox and Maiacetus inuus in swimming
The bones are telling, but did Xenicibis really punch with its wing? It's hard to be sure, especially because there are few modern birds with similar bones ...
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Trophoblast layers in various hemochorial placentae. The offspring portion of the materno-fetal interface
Representative skulls referred to a) Dyacopterus rickarti (left column: FMNH 166461, adult
Faith (pictured with her mother, Jessica) was diagnosed during a scan and her
Ostrich Skeletal Toe - Struthio camelus
Triceratops was herbivorous and had two big horns over its eyes and a smaller nose horn
On the subject of Jurassic Park.
Material Information
Morphometric separation (principal component analysis) of specimens identified as a, b = D
THE BLIND WATCHMAKER
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Monthly changes in the bodyweight (g) of Cynopterus sphinx.
hysterectomy
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Why We Can Thank Bats for Bedbugs
Figure 1. Map of flight tracks and histograms of main properties of straw-coloured
Such finds have cemented Africa's status as the cradle of humanity — the place from which modern humans and their predecessors spread around the globe — and ...
The World's Carnivorous Bats Are Emerging From the Dark
The amazing footage shows the baby dropping to the floor before his mother, Damara,
dinosaur drawing
Khan JA, Mendelson A, Kunisaki Y, Birbrair A, Kou Y, Arnal-Estapé A, Pinho S, Ciero P, et al. (2016) Fetal liver hematopoietic stem cell ...
Medieval grave reveals rare 'coffin birth' and neurosurgery
T.rex Dinosaur Skeleton Necklace in Silver
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Food intake (in grams per week)
Portrait of mother and baby legs. First steps.
Clunky, clumsy, and slow–these are the words that some scientists have associated with Tyrannosaurus rex in the past decade, using these physical traits as ...
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Mean mineral mass and composition in non-reproductive female bats Total mass of mineral in
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Figure 15. Adapoid foot pattern and distal phalanges of Europolemur koenigswaldi (SMNK-Me1125
T.rex Dinosaur Skeleton Necklace in Black
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Mystacina tuberculata is a burrowing bat. It spends some of its time foraging for spiders and insects on the ground and the other part of its time drinking ...
Fruit Bat Fetuses (Photo by Emily F. Porth)
The Skeleton Garden of Paris
T.rex Dinosaur Skeleton Necklace in Gold
Independent contrasts minimum adequate model for maternal energy hypothesis variables to predict brain mass in
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(a) Food intake and (b) wheel-running activity of rats during
Did he ride in shining armour? A medieval man who is believed to be a
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In Africa, wild animals including fruit bats are hunted for food and are referred to as bushmeat. In equatorial Africa, human consumption of bushmeat has ...
FIGURE 9a.—THE HUMAN HAND.
(a) Food intake each day throughout pre-breeding, pregnancy and lactation phases
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Take a normal tortoise. Remove predators. Give lots of food. Leave for 5m years. (bearacreative/Shutterstock)
Rare Collection of Whale Fetuses Reveals the Evolution of Cetacean Hearing
Does an Arched Foot Bone Prove That Lucy Loved to Walk?
Darwin, C. R. 1868. The variation of animals and plants under domestication. London: John Murray. First edition, first issue. Volume 1.
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Titanoceratops: The Big Dino Who May Be a Triceratops Ancestor
Lesser Short-Nosed Fruit Bat Taxidermy in Dome - Cynopterus brachyotis - #DM5
Skeleton of Ardipithecus ramidus
Translation by Nadine Katkhouda
Giraffe skeleton on display at the Museum of Osteology, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
THE SKELETON (AFTER HOLDER) FIGURE 1.
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