Ancient fish

A fine wool panel featuring an ancient Egytian motif. This textile has a small label on its backside that states “Made in Japan. 100% wool. The Treasures of Tutankhamun. MMA”, which indicates that it was created in Japan specifically for the the museum shop during the important Tutankhamun exhibit held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1978 / patternbase

patternbase: “ Japan, circa 1978 A fine wool panel featuring an ancient Egytian motif. This textile has a small label on its backside that states “Made in Japan. The Treasures of.

Strange Ancient Fish Had Front And Back Legs | LiveScience

Strange Ancient Fish Had Front And Back Legs

The closest known relative of the ancestors of limbed animals such as humans now reveals it evolved the foundation for rear legs even before the move to land, researchers say.

Gyotaku prints are prints or rubbings made by putting pigment onto a fish and making a print directly from the fish. In ancient Japan, the purpose of these prints were to record how large a fish was caught.  By Barry Singer

Fish printing: Gyotaku prints are prints or rubbings made by putting pigment onto a fish and making a print directly from the fish. In ancient Japan, the purpose of these prints were to record how large a fish was caught. By Barry Singer

The Meaning Behind Famous Symbols - Most Originally Had A Meaning Nothing Like Its Used For Now.

The Meaning Behind Famous Symbols #Infographic

Strange Ancient Fish Had Front And Back Legs

Strange Ancient Fish Had Front And Back Legs

Tiktaalik roseae shows signs of rear-leg development Ancient fish, discovered in 2004 on southern Ellesmere Island, grew up to metres long

This ancient fish may have been the first animal to have a face

This ancient fish may have been the first animal to have a face

Life on Earth still favours evolution over creationism. Image of the Entelognathus armoured fish is the most primitive vertebrate to display an essentially modern complement of jaw and facial bones.

Ancient fish reveals the roots of sex, 385 Ma ago. Scientists have uncovered the earliest example of internal fertilisation by copulation (Dr Brian Choo/Flinders University)

“Sex in the Devonian”, Microbrachius dicki by Brian Choo - Comments by Brian Choo (Deviantart) - Copulation in antiarch placoderms and the origin of gnathostome internal fertilization (article at Nature where this painting is included)

Evidence that land animals evolved the ability to breathe air as ancient fish

evidence of ancient air breathing fish - does not necessarily prove any species to species evolution

Nicolás Castell is an illustrator based in Granada. His personal project called…

Ukiyo-e Tale: A Personal Illustration Project by Nicolás Castell

Nicolás Castell is an illustrator based in Granada. His personal project called 'Ukiyo-e Tale' features the journey of a foreign artist traveling in ancient Ja

an arched "window" surrounded by brick, looks a little like ancient ruins

garden room idea--an arched "window" surrounded by brick, looks a little like ancient ruins

Images: Weird Ancient Fish Fossil (Titktaalik) | LiveScience

Images: Weird Ancient Fish Fossil (Tiktaalik)

The newly discovered pelvis of Tiktaalik roseae is described in Neil Shubin's inaugural article at PNAS with co-authors Ted Daeschler and Farish A. The discovery sheds light on the transition from life in water to life on land.

Sea Lamprey:  Ancient Bloodsucker The Sea Lamprey, Petromyzon marinus, are blood-sucking, parasitic fish that have swum the Atlantic Ocean for over 340 million years surviving at least 4 major extinction events in that time.  These living fossils are jawless fish terrifying to look at.

Sea Lamprey: Ancient Bloodsucker The Sea Lamprey, Petromyzon marinus, are blood-sucking, parasitic fish that have swum the Atlantic Ocean for over 340 million years surviving at least 4 major extinction events in that time. These living fossils are jawless fish terrifying to look at.

Ancient Fish Fossils, Carved Ceramic, 2017

Ancient Fish Fossils, Carved Ceramic, 2017

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