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Alligator Gallery

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Choose from 377 pictures in our Alligator 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.


Pottery Vessel supported by Alligator Figure, Nicoya Peninsula, Chorotega, Costa Rica Featured Print

Pottery Vessel supported by Alligator Figure, Nicoya Peninsula, Chorotega, Costa Rica

Pottery Vessel supported by Alligator Figure, Nicoya Peninsula, Chorotega, Costa Rica. The Nicoya Peninsula is named for a Chorotega chief who ruled the most powerful American Indian tribe of northwest Costa Rica at the time of the Spanish conquest in Costa Rica in 1523. At Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh

California Alligator Farm - Los Angeles Featured Print

California Alligator Farm - Los Angeles

Lunchtime at a California Alligator Farm, Los Angeles. A whole host of Alligators tuck into what appears to be a rather small quantity of meat! Two are so excited they have rolled over

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Alligator, Alligators, Angeles, California, Farm, Feed, Feeding, Feeds, Gather, Historical, History, Hunger, Los, Lunch, Lunch Time, Meat, Time

Defunct Linnaean taxonomy, 1823 Featured Print

Defunct Linnaean taxonomy, 1823

Defunct Linnaean taxonomy. 19th-century artworks of mammals and reptiles classified according to now mostly defunct Linnaean taxonomy. The system shown here had seven orders of mammals: Primates, Bruta, Ferae, Belluae, Glires, Pecora and Cete. Examples of the last two orders are shown; see image C017/8070 for the other five. The examples here are a giraffe, a chamois, a whale and a Grampus dolphin. The defunct Linnaean class Amphibia is shown with two orders: Reptilia (alligator, chameleon, basilisk) and Serpentes (boa constrictor). This page is from Universal Technological Dictionary (1823) by British author George Crabb (1778-1851)

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