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Magazines on table and clothes drying over stove in Station W, a former British scientific research station evacuated in 1959. Detaille Island, Graham Land, Antarctica. 2020.
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90852300 Magazines on table and clothes drying over stove in Station W, a former British scientific research station evacuated in 1959. Detaille Island, Graham Land, Antarctica. 2020.©
Illustration of shrunken head, prepared by Macas Indians. From 'Note on the Macas Indians' by John Lubbock in: The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland Vol. 3, 1874.
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90732681 Illustration of shrunken head, prepared by Macas Indians. From 'Note on the Macas Indians' by John Lubbock in: The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland Vol. 3, 1874.© Paul D Stewart
1854 Illustrated London News, January 7th 1854, page 22: dinner in the iguanodon model, at the Crystal Palace, Sydenham' Hosted 31st December 1853 by the Crystal Palace model maker Benjamin Waterhouse...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690313 1854 Illustrated London News, January 7th 1854, page 22: dinner in the iguanodon model, at the Crystal Palace, Sydenham' Hosted 31st December 1853 by the Crystal Palace model maker Benjamin Waterhouse...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Various mid to late 19th Century editions of Darwin's 'Journal of Researches' from his Beagle voyage After the Origin of Species this book is Darwin's most numerously republished and widely read book...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690305 Various mid to late 19th Century editions of Darwin's 'Journal of Researches' from his Beagle voyage After the Origin of Species this book is Darwin's most numerously republished and widely read book...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Illustration from page 379, 'Journal of Researches' 2nd Edition 1845 Charles Darwin The contrasting beaks of four Galapagos finches, three Geospizinae genus and one Certhidea (Warbler finch) Darwin or...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90383311 Illustration from page 379, 'Journal of Researches' 2nd Edition 1845 Charles Darwin The contrasting beaks of four Galapagos finches, three Geospizinae genus and one Certhidea (Warbler finch) Darwin or...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Visitor looking at Hen harrier journal, Forsinard Flows RSPB visitor centre, Flow Country, Sutherland, Scotland, UK, June 2011, Model released  -  Mark Hamblin/ 2020V/ npl
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90358477 Visitor looking at Hen harrier journal, Forsinard Flows RSPB visitor centre, Flow Country, Sutherland, Scotland, UK, June 2011, Model released© Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION / NPL
Visitor looking at Hen harrier journal, Forsinard Flows RSPB visitor centre, Flow Country, Sutherland, Scotland, UK, June 2011, Model released  -  Mark Hamblin/ 2020V/ npl
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90358476 Visitor looking at Hen harrier journal, Forsinard Flows RSPB visitor centre, Flow Country, Sutherland, Scotland, UK, June 2011, Model released© Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION / NPL
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