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Juvenile Gallery

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Choose from 813 pictures in our Juvenile collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Female Orang Utan (Pongo pygmaeus) [Sandy, born 29.04.82] sitting, holding two young Featured Print

Female Orang Utan (Pongo pygmaeus) [Sandy, born 29.04.82] sitting, holding two young

Female Orang Utan (Pongo pygmaeus) [Sandy, born 29.04.82] sitting, holding two young. One [Samboja, born 09.06.05] is her own offspring, the other [Dayang, born 01.12.05] was rejected by its birth mother, and so this female has adopted it. Captive, Netherlands


Affectionate, Babies, Behaviour, Cute, Endangered, Families, Females, Great Apes, Holding, Juvenile, Mammals, Orangutan, Pongo Pygmaeus, Primates, Sleeping, Young

Zebrafish muscle Featured Print

Zebrafish muscle

Zebrafish muscle. Confocal light micrograph of the interior of an intact zebrafish (Danio rerio) larva. The tissues have been stained with fluorescent dyes and illuminated with a laser: cell nuclei appear yellow. The long, dark, striated objects are individual muscle cells. A confocal microscope detects light only from the focal point of its objective lens. By moving the focal point, sharp images of thin sections of an intact specimen can be obtained. Magnification: x200 at 6x6cm size

© Stefanie Reichelt/Science Photo Library

Head of a young newt, SEM Featured Print

Head of a young newt, SEM

Head of a young newt. Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a juvenile (immature) newt. Although this newt is in the last stages of development, it still has gills (frilly structures at top left) on its neck. Gills are specialised organs used for breathing underwater. When tadpoles undergo metamorphosis (developmental changes) into adult newts, their gills change into air-breathing lungs for living on land. Adult newts are mainly terrestrial, only visiting the water to breed