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Tui (young and adult) Featured Tui Print

Tui (young and adult)

Tui, Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae novaeseelandiae (young and adult). Artwork by JG Keulemans from Sir Walter Lawry Buller's A History of the Birds of New Zealand, Vol.1 Plate 10 Date: 1888

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

A History Of The Birds Of New Zealand, Animal, Aves, Bird, Buller, Historical, History, Illustration, Jg Keulemans, John Gerrard Keulemans, Keulemans, Meliphagidae, Painting, Passeriformes, Passerine, Prosthemadera, Prosthemadera Novaeseelandiae, Sauropsid, Sauropsida, Tui, Watercolor, Watercolour

Ibn Khaldun (1332 -1406 ). Muslim writer. History of the Ben Featured Tui Print

Ibn Khaldun (1332 -1406 ). Muslim writer. History of the Ben

Ibn Khaldun or Ab? Zayd A?nAbdu r-Ra?mA?n bin Mu?ammad bin Khald?n Al-?a?c?rami (1332 -1406 ). Arab Muslim historiographer. History of the Beni Abd El-Wad, kings of Tlemcen (Algeria)

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

14th, A Nabdu, Africa, Ages, Andalusian, Arab, Arabic, Author, Bin, Book, Calligraphy, Century, Era, Graphy, Historian, Historical, Historiographer, History, Ibn, Khaldoun, Khaldun, Letter, Literature, Macro, Medieval, Middle, Mu Ammad, Muhammad, Muqaddimah, Muslim, Page, R Ra M A N, R Ra Ma N, Tuis, Tunisia, Work, Writer, Writting, Zayd

Pinzon giant tortoise (Chelonoidis duncanensis), saddleback type typical of arid island Featured Tui Print

Pinzon giant tortoise (Chelonoidis duncanensis), saddleback type typical of arid island

Pinzon giant tortoise (Chelonoidis duncanensis), saddleback type typical of arid island, their long necks and raised shell allowing them to browse on cacti. Captive-raised as hatchlings to protect them from introduced black rats, adults have started breeding naturally again since rats were eradicated in 2012. Pinzon Island, Galapagos

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