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Cannibal Gallery

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Choose from 83 pictures in our Cannibal 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.


South American cannibals, 16th century Featured Print

South American cannibals, 16th century

South American cannibals. 16th-century artwork of indigenous people of South American dismembering and roasting their slain enemies. Artwork from 'Cosmographie universelle' (1575) by the French explorer and writer Andre Thevet (1516-1590). This book described the history and geography of the lands in which Thevet had travelled. The two volumes and four tomes contain over 1000 pages divided into 23 books. This woodcut is from chapter XV of book XXI.

© MIDDLE TEMPLE LIBRARY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Vicar captured by Cannibals Featured Print

Vicar captured by Cannibals

Shakespeare 'Up to Date' ! Quote from Pericles - Act IV. Sc. 2: "If you require a little space for prayer, I grant it, Pray but be not tedious" A vicar on his holiday has the misfortune to stumble upon a very well-dressed cannibal couple at dinnertime.... !!!!! Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Amusing, Black, Blowing, Cannibal, Cannibalism, Cannibals, Captured, Cauldron, Club, Couple, Cuaght, Daft, Desert, Dinner, Dinnertime, Doomed, Essence, Fanning, Fate, Flames, Funny, Gold, Hat, Historical, History, Humorous, Island, Pericles, Pocket, Pot, Pray, Quote, Shakespeare, Silly, Speed, Tied, Top, Vicar, Watch, Wife, Woman

A jellyfish, probably Crystal jelly (Aequorea victoria) Featured Print

A jellyfish, probably Crystal jelly (Aequorea victoria)

A jellyfish, probably Crystal jelly (Aequorea victoria), transparent bioluminescent jelly 3-25 cm across with as many as 100 radial canals extending to the bell margin. The margin itself is surrounded by tentacles, up to 150, that have nematocysts (harmless to humans). It eats copepods, comb jellies and other hydromedusae, occasionally including members of its own species. Alexander Archipelago, Pacific Ocean, southeastern Alaska, USA

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