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Choose from 814 pictures in our Roots 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.


Skull anatomy by Leonardo da Vinci Featured Print

Skull anatomy by Leonardo da Vinci

Skull anatomy by Leonardo da Vinci. Historical artwork and notes on the anatomy of the human skull and teeth, by the Italian artist and scientist Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519). This bisected skull shows the external structure (right), and dissected facial sinuses (left), the air-filled spaces inside the bones of the face. The diagram at lower left shows the teeth present in one half of the mouth: 4 incisors, 2 canines, 4 pre-molars, and 6 molars. Da Vinci was the first anatomist known to have correctly noted the number and root structure of human teeth. The notes are an example of his mirror writing, which was written backwards from right to left, and could be read in a mirror

© SHEILA TERRY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

WAT-13774 Tropical Rainforest - buttress roots on tree upstream from Puerto Maldonado Featured Print

WAT-13774 Tropical Rainforest - buttress roots on tree upstream from Puerto Maldonado

WAT-13774
Tropical Rainforest - buttress roots on tree upstream from Puerto Maldonado
Tambopata nature reserve. Peru
the Tambopata Nature Reserve (officially called the Tambopata-Candamo Reserve Zone, or TRZ) is a massive tract of humid subtropical rainforest in the department of Madre de Dios. The Peruvian government prohibited hunting and logging in the area in 1977 and created the Tambopata-Candamo Reserve Zone in 1990. Nearly one-third the size of Costa Rica, Tambopata has more species of birds (595) and butterflies (more than 1, 200) than any place of similar size on earth.
Arbre a contrefort. Foret tropicale
M. Watson
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© M. Watson / ardea.com

Curtain Fig Tree at Atherton Tableland, Tropical North Queensland, Australia Featured Print

Curtain Fig Tree at Atherton Tableland, Tropical North Queensland, Australia

The Curtain Fig Tree is one of the largest trees in Tropical North Queensland, Australia, and one of the best known attractions on the Atherton Tableland. The Curtain Fig Tree is of the strangler fig species Ficus virens. Normally these figs germinate on top of another tree and try to grow roots into the ground. Once this important step is accomplished, the fig will grow vigorously, finally kill the hosting tree and then grow on independently. In this case, the hosting tree tilted towards the next one; the fig also grows around that one. Its curtain of aerial roots drops 15 metres (49 feet) to the ground. Although these figs kill their hosts, they are an epiphyte which basically feeds from the ground

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