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Product images of Stomachs of viper, frog, turtle and blue shark
Product details Stomachs of viper, frog, turtle and blue shark
Stomachs of viper, frog, turtle and blue shark
Plate 13, from the paper "Observations on the structure of the stomachs of different animals...", by Everard Home, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol.97 (1807), pp.139-179. Figure 1. The stomach of a viper laid open to show its internal surface. The work is inscribed above "Viper." Not signed. Figure 3. The stomach of a frog exposing one half of its cavity. The work is inscribed below "Frog." Not signed. Figures 2 and 4. The stomach of a turtle exposing one half of its cavity; and a longitudinal section of the stomach of the blue shark caught at Hastings and purchased by Colonel Bothwell of the Scotch Greys.
Original: ink on board. 1807
- Image ref: RS-8574
- The Royal Society