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Choose from 635 pictures in our Spines 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.

Triggerfish skeleton, X-ray Featured Print

Triggerfish skeleton, X-ray

Triggerfish skeleton. Coloured X-ray of a triggerfish (family Balistidae). Its name originates from its ability to erect the first two dorsal spines (upper left), which can then lock or unlock, preventing the fish from being swallowed by predators or being pulled out of its nest. The fish's head extends into a snout with strong jaws containing eight teeth on the lower jaw and six on the upper jaw. Triggerfish are found in the Atlantic, Mediterranean and Indo-Pacific. They grow to between 30-75 centimetres.


Old wives (Enoplosus armatus) Featured Print

Old wives (Enoplosus armatus)

Old wives (Enoplosus armatus), swimming past black coral (Antipathes sp.). North Solitary Islands, New South Wales, Australia

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Six types of Stickleback Featured Print

Six types of Stickleback

Six types of Stickleback: Rough-Tailed or Three-Spined (Gasterosteus aculeatus, also known as Barnstickle, Banstickle, Sharplin and Pricklefish), Half-Armed (Gasterosteus aculeatus aculeatus), Smooth-Tailed (Gasterosteus gymnurus), Short-Spined (Gasterosteus aculeatus aculeatus), Four-Spined (Gasterosteus aculeatus aculeatus), and Ten-Spined (Gasterosteus pungitius, also known as Tinker). Date: 1879

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