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Choose from 1811 pictures in our E collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Fish Mosaic from Pompeii Featured E Print

Fish Mosaic from Pompeii

Floor mosaic from Pompeii of fish, octopus, squid, lobster, eel and crustaceans. Museo Archaeologico Nazionale, Napoli collection

© Walter Rawlings/Mary Evans Picture Library

Crutacean, Decoration, Eel, Fish, Floor, Historical, History, Lobster, Marine, Mosaic, Octopus, Seafood, Squid

Ember Parrotfish Featured E Print

Ember Parrotfish

© Copyright Mark Spencer/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Actinopterygii, Animal, Animals, Australian, Bicolor Parrotfish, Bioerosion, Black Veined Red Parrotfish, Blackvein Parrotfish, Blue, Colour, Colourful, Commercial Fisheries, Coral Sea, Fauna, Fish, Fished, Fused Teeth, Gender Bender, Great Barrier Reef, Half And Half Parrotfish, Hermaphrodite, Indo Pacific, Marine, Parrot, Perciformes, Powerful Teeth, Redlip Parrotfish, Redlipped Parrot, Reef Associated, Scaridae, Scarus, Sea Life, Table Fish, Tooth Plate, Uncommon, Underwater, Vibrant, Wildlife

Emperor penguin chick and adulta (Aptenodytes forsteri), Snow Hill Island Featured E Print

Emperor penguin chick and adulta (Aptenodytes forsteri), Snow Hill Island

Emperor penguin chick and adulta (Aptenodytes forsteri), Snow Hill Island, Weddell Sea, Antarctica, Polar Regions The Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species. It is the only penguin that breeds during the winter in Antarctica. Emperor Penguins eat mainly crustaceans (such as krill) but also occasionally indulge in small fish and squid. In the wild, Emperor Penguins typically live for 20 years, but some records indicate a maximum lifespan of around 40 years. The Emperor Penguin should not be confused with the closely related King Penguin or the Royal Penguin

© Thorsten Milse