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Crawling Gallery

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Choose from 411 pictures in our Crawling collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.

Gecko Featured Print


Gecko. Underside of the head and foot of a gecko (family Gekkonidae) walking on glass. Geckos are nocturnal lizards found in warm climates. They are able to climb on vertical walls and upside-down on ceilings due to the gripping ability of their toes. Each toe is lined with microscopic hairs (setae) and each hair is further branched into finer structures (spatulae). The hairs create weak intermolecular forces, known as van der Waals forces, which are strong enough to grip on any surface. Geckos walk by first uncurling their toes before making contact. To take another step, the gecko must peel off its toe. This uncurling and peeling action can be produced up to 15 times per second, enabling the gecko to move rapidly


WW1 - The German eagle still on top Featured Print

WW1 - The German eagle still on top

WW1 - The German offensive illustrated here as an eagle, dominating the top of the mountain. Representing Germany's success in ruling the war, describing it's opponents as hopeless as they are portrayed attempting to crawl their way from the bottom to the top. Date: 1918

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1st, Bird, Climb, Climbing, Crawl, Crawling, Dominates, Dominating, Eagle, German, Germany, Great, Historical, History, Mountain, Offensive, Opponents, Peak, Personification, Personifies, Regal, Rules, Ruling, Success, Top, War, World, Ww1, Wwi

Perentie monitor lizard eating snake Featured Print

Perentie monitor lizard eating snake

Richly patterened big Perentie monitor lizard (Varanus giganteus) eating snake in arid habitat of dry scrub and gravel, Watarrka National Park, Northern Territory, Australia

© 2011 Yva Momatiuk and John Eastcott - registered at U.S. Library of Congress Office

128503358, Accuracy, Animal Themes, Animal Wildlife, Animals In The Wild, Australia, Bush, Bush Land, Color Image, Crawling, Day, Eating, Horizontal, Lizard, Natural Pattern, Nature, No People, Northern Territory Australia, On The Move, Outdoors, Perentie, Performance, Photography, Selective Focus, Skill, Snake, Speed, Spotted, Two Animals, Watarrka National Park