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90416-00002-821 Featured Tilapia Print

90416-00002-821

Rocket and Pak choi growing in aquaponics unit, water from tanks containing tilapia fish is pumped into trough with expanded clay, with nutrients used to grow salad vegetables, Todmorden, West Yorkshire, England, April

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Fowling in the marshes: wall painting from the tomb of Nebamun, Thebes, Egypt, c1350 BC. Artist: Unknown Featured Tilapia Print

Fowling in the marshes: wall painting from the tomb of Nebamun, Thebes, Egypt, c1350 BC. Artist: Unknown

Fowling in the marshes: fragment of wall painting from the tomb of Nebamun (no. 10), Thebes, Egypt, 18th Dynasty, c1350 BC. Nebamun stands on a small papyrus boat with his wife Hatshepset behind him and his son below. He is about to let fly a throwstick into a mass of birds above a papyrus thicket. The hieroglyphs below Nebamun's raised arm describe him as 'taking recreation and seeing what is good in the place of eternity', that is, in the Afterlife. There are at least two meanings to this scene. The spearing of the fish scene may allude to new life, as the tilapia fish is a symbol of rebirth. The other images may be subtly erotic, since the duck is known as an erotic symbol, and a woman dressed up, particularly with such a heavy wig, suggests some form of sexual association. From the British Museum's Collection

© CM Dixon / Heritage-Images

African Darter / Darter / Snakebird - swallowing recently caught tilapia fish; body characteristically submerged Featured Tilapia Print

African Darter / Darter / Snakebird - swallowing recently caught tilapia fish; body characteristically submerged

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African Darter / Darter / Snakebird - swallowing recently caught tilapia fish; body characteristically submerged
Andries Vosloo Kudu Reserve, nr. Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
Anhinga rufa
Alan J. S. Weaving
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

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