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Reptiles are four-limbed (aka tetrapod) animals within the class Reptilia.

Choose from 16592 pictures in our Reptiles 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.

Marchon chemical plant Featured Reptiles Print

Marchon chemical plant

Chemical industry. Night-time view of the Marchonchemical plant at Whitehaven in Cumbria, UK. Thisplant produces raw materials and intermediates forthe detergents and toileteries industries. Itmanufactures surfactants (surface cleaning agents)and foaming products which are then used to makedomestic cleaning materials, soap, toothpaste, andindustrial materials such as cement and foamunderlay for carpets. The plant also producessulphuric acid and hence there is some dischargeof sulphur dioxide

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Art of Schrodinger's Cat experiment Featured Reptiles Print

Art of Schrodinger's Cat experiment

Schrodinger's Cat. Computer artwork depicting the famous "Schrodinger's Cat" thought experiment. The image shows a cat both dead (grey) and alive (ginger) inside a box on a starfield background. The orbitals of a radioactive isotope are superimposed over the cat. In this hypothetical situation, the cat is thought to be both alive and dead until observed. This is because a quantum event (the decay of a radioac- tive particle) is set up to trigger the release of a lethal poison from a vial (not seen here) that kills the cat. According to quantum physics, the unstable particle exists in an intermediate "probabilistic" state until it is observed


Gm1Dvqsjyuaa Featured Reptiles Print


A loggerhead sea turtle swims inside a bucket before being released into the sea as part of Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium's turtle release programme at Emerald beach in Motobu town, on Japan's southern island of Okinawa July 8, 2007. Loggerhead turtle numbers are declining due to various reasons, including pollution, garbage, especially indigestible plastics goods, and the development of breakwaters and beach fronts that deprives the turtles of egg-laying grounds, Konomi Maeda, the turtle keeper at the aquarium said. Over 1, 700 turtles have been released over the past 17 years by the aquarium's programme, which aims to increase understanding of the turtles and raise awareness of marine environment conservation. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)