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Ecologist Dr. Carly Randall from the AIMS SeaSim laboratory studying an image of a plug substrate hosting 1 month old baby coral polyps, reared following Nov 2019 spawning. Research aims to improve su...
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90873304 Ecologist Dr. Carly Randall from the AIMS SeaSim laboratory studying an image of a plug substrate hosting 1 month old baby coral polyps, reared following Nov 2019 spawning. Research aims to improve su...©
Milking venom from Feathertail centipede (Alipes sp) Togo.
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90856640 Milking venom from Feathertail centipede (Alipes sp) Togo.©
Milking venom from Feathertail centipede (Alipes sp) Togo.
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90856639 Milking venom from Feathertail centipede (Alipes sp) Togo.©
Man extracting venom from Gila monster (Heloderma suspectum) Aphabiotoxine laboratory, Belgium.
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90856611 Man extracting venom from Gila monster (Heloderma suspectum) Aphabiotoxine laboratory, Belgium.©
Man extracting venom from Gila monster (Heloderma suspectum) Aphabiotoxine laboratory, Belgium.
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90856610 Man extracting venom from Gila monster (Heloderma suspectum) Aphabiotoxine laboratory, Belgium.©
Mark Bushell in a laboratory with Deserta Grande wolf spiders (Hogna ingens) in rearing tanks, part of a captive breeding program, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol, UK. These are the first captive-bred su...
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90851626 Mark Bushell in a laboratory with Deserta Grande wolf spiders (Hogna ingens) in rearing tanks, part of a captive breeding program, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol, UK. These are the first captive-bred su...©
Partula or Polynesian tree snails in rearing containers in a breeding program. Some species are already extinct in the wild, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol, UK.
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90851625 Partula or Polynesian tree snails in rearing containers in a breeding program. Some species are already extinct in the wild, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol, UK.©
Zoo exhibit about the Deserta Grande wolf spiders (Hogna ingens) with breeding sub-adults from the wild, part of a captive breeding program. Bristol, UK.
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90851624 Zoo exhibit about the Deserta Grande wolf spiders (Hogna ingens) with breeding sub-adults from the wild, part of a captive breeding program. Bristol, UK.©
Harlequin frogs (Atelopus varius) in captivity, held in gloved hands at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), breeding program, Panama. Critically endangered.
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90851619 Harlequin frogs (Atelopus varius) in captivity, held in gloved hands at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), breeding program, Panama. Critically endangered.©
Harlequin frogs (Atelopus varius) in vivarium in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), breeding program, Panama. Critically endangered.
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90851618 Harlequin frogs (Atelopus varius) in vivarium in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), breeding program, Panama. Critically endangered.©
Edgardo Griffith holding a Harlequin frog (Atelopus varius) in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), Panama. Critically endangered. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
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90851617 Edgardo Griffith holding a Harlequin frog (Atelopus varius) in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), Panama. Critically endangered. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.©
Edgardo Griffith holding a Harlequin Frog (Atelopus varius) in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), Panama. Critically endangered. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
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90851616 Edgardo Griffith holding a Harlequin Frog (Atelopus varius) in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), Panama. Critically endangered. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.©
Harlequin frogs (Atelopus varius) females in captivity in vivaria at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), Panama. Critically endangered.
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90851615 Harlequin frogs (Atelopus varius) females in captivity in vivaria at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), Panama. Critically endangered.©
Vivaria used for captive breeding of Horned marsupial frogs (Gastrotheca cornuta) at the EVACC (El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre), El Valle de Anton, Panama.
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90851614 Vivaria used for captive breeding of Horned marsupial frogs (Gastrotheca cornuta) at the EVACC (El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre), El Valle de Anton, Panama.©
Honey bee (Apis mellifera) restrained in a research setup to find out how honey bees react to insecticides, Bee Institute Oberursel, Germany.
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90850574 Honey bee (Apis mellifera) restrained in a research setup to find out how honey bees react to insecticides, Bee Institute Oberursel, Germany.©
Ecotoxicologist conducting research into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment tha...
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90849967 Ecotoxicologist conducting research into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment tha...©
Ecotoxicologist conducting research in laboratory into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural e...
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90849966 Ecotoxicologist conducting research in laboratory into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural e...©
Ecotoxicologists conducting research in laboratory into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural...
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90849965 Ecotoxicologists conducting research in laboratory into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural...©
Ecotoxicologist conducting research in laboratory into impact of the neonicotinoid thiacloprid on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural e...
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90849964 Ecotoxicologist conducting research in laboratory into impact of the neonicotinoid thiacloprid on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural e...©
Tray of insects collected by Entomological Society Krefeld. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany, May 2018.
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90849876 Tray of insects collected by Entomological Society Krefeld. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany, May 2018.©
Entomologist sieving Insect sample in lab. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Entomological Society Krefeld, Germany 2019.
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90849862 Entomologist sieving Insect sample in lab. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Entomological Society Krefeld, Germany 2019.©
Entomologist sieving Insect sample in lab. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Entomological Society Krefeld, Germany 2019.
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90849861 Entomologist sieving Insect sample in lab. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Entomological Society Krefeld, Germany 2019.©
Prof. Bernardo Reyes-Tur in his laboratory at University of Oriente, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba March 2019.
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90838466 Prof. Bernardo Reyes-Tur in his laboratory at University of Oriente, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba March 2019.© Bruno D'Amicis
Student taking measures of Cuban tree snail shells in laborartory of Prof. Bernardo Reyes-Tur, University of Oriente, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. March 2019.
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90838435 Student taking measures of Cuban tree snail shells in laborartory of Prof. Bernardo Reyes-Tur, University of Oriente, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. March 2019.© Bruno D'Amicis
Laboratory of Prof. Bernardo Reyes-Tur, University of Oriente, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba.
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90838434 Laboratory of Prof. Bernardo Reyes-Tur, University of Oriente, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba.© Bruno D'Amicis
Scientist examining river water to tests for platypus DNA. Cesar Research Laboratory, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. June, 2017.Model released.
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90825402 Scientist examining river water to tests for platypus DNA. Cesar Research Laboratory, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. June, 2017.Model released.© Doug Gimesy
Dr. Alex Cheesman examining leaf samples whilst studying phloem flux in Daintree Rainforest Observatory, Queensland, Australia February 2015
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90806928 Dr. Alex Cheesman examining leaf samples whilst studying phloem flux in Daintree Rainforest Observatory, Queensland, Australia February 2015© Jurgen Freund
Dr. Alex Cheesman with supervisor Dr Lucas Cernusak, examining leaf samples whilst studying phloem flux in Daintree Rainforest Observatory, Queensland, Australia February 2015
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90806927 Dr. Alex Cheesman with supervisor Dr Lucas Cernusak, examining leaf samples whilst studying phloem flux in Daintree Rainforest Observatory, Queensland, Australia February 2015© Jurgen Freund
Dr. Alex Cheesman examining leaf samples whilst studying phloem flux in Daintree Rainforest Observatory, Queensland, Australia February 2015
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90806926 Dr. Alex Cheesman examining leaf samples whilst studying phloem flux in Daintree Rainforest Observatory, Queensland, Australia February 2015© Jurgen Freund
Leaf disks from leaves gathered from the tree canopy of the Daintree Rainforest Observatory, Queensland, Australia February 2015
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90806923 Leaf disks from leaves gathered from the tree canopy of the Daintree Rainforest Observatory, Queensland, Australia February 2015© Jurgen Freund
Collecting leaf disks from leaves gathered from the tree canopy of the Daintree Rainforest Observatory. Queensland, Australia. February 2015
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90806922 Collecting leaf disks from leaves gathered from the tree canopy of the Daintree Rainforest Observatory. Queensland, Australia. February 2015© Jurgen Freund
Collecting leaf disks from leaves gathered from the tree canopy of the Daintree Rainforest Observatory. Queensland, Australia. February 2015
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90806921 Collecting leaf disks from leaves gathered from the tree canopy of the Daintree Rainforest Observatory. Queensland, Australia. February 2015© Jurgen Freund
Plant physiologist Dr. Lucan Cernusak studies and collects data from leaves collected from the Daintree Rainforest Observatory tree canopies. ueensland, Australia February 2015
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90806920 Plant physiologist Dr. Lucan Cernusak studies and collects data from leaves collected from the Daintree Rainforest Observatory tree canopies. ueensland, Australia February 2015© Jurgen Freund
Plant physiologist Dr. Lucan Cernusak studies and collects data from leaves collected from the Daintree Rainforest Observatory tree canopies, Queensland, Australia February 2015
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90806919 Plant physiologist Dr. Lucan Cernusak studies and collects data from leaves collected from the Daintree Rainforest Observatory tree canopies, Queensland, Australia February 2015© Jurgen Freund
Scientists with leaf samples from Daintree Rainforest Observatory, Queensland, Australia February 2015
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90806918 Scientists with leaf samples from Daintree Rainforest Observatory, Queensland, Australia February 2015© Jurgen Freund
Plant physiologist Dr. Lucan Cernusak studies and collects data from leaves collected from the Daintree Rainforest Observatory tree canopies. Queensland, Australia. February 2015
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90806915 Plant physiologist Dr. Lucan Cernusak studies and collects data from leaves collected from the Daintree Rainforest Observatory tree canopies. Queensland, Australia. February 2015© Jurgen Freund
New research facilities of James Cook University's Daintree Rainforest Observatory in Cape Tribulation, Queensland, Australia February 2015
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90806914 New research facilities of James Cook University's Daintree Rainforest Observatory in Cape Tribulation, Queensland, Australia February 2015© Jurgen Freund
Maria Pickering, PhD, Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Connecticut looking for tapeworm fauna in sharks. Huinay Scientific Field Station, Comau Fjord, Patagonia, Chile 2013
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90754880 Maria Pickering, PhD, Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Connecticut looking for tapeworm fauna in sharks. Huinay Scientific Field Station, Comau Fjord, Patagonia, Chile 2013© Solvin Zankl
Maria Pickering, PhD, Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Connecticut looking for tapeworm fauna in sharks. Huinay Scientific Field Station, Comau Fjord, Patagonia, Chile 2013
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90754878 Maria Pickering, PhD, Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Connecticut looking for tapeworm fauna in sharks. Huinay Scientific Field Station, Comau Fjord, Patagonia, Chile 2013© Solvin Zankl
Professor Karim Vahed captive breeding Scaly Crickets (Pseudomogoplistes vicentae) in the laboratories at the University of Derby for release onto a shingle beach site on the Devon coast.
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90744938 Professor Karim Vahed captive breeding Scaly Crickets (Pseudomogoplistes vicentae) in the laboratories at the University of Derby for release onto a shingle beach site on the Devon coast.© Alex Hyde
Goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) flying through narrow tunnel in experiment. Taken  for BBC series 'The Animal's Guide to Britain'.
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90722797 Goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) flying through narrow tunnel in experiment. Taken for BBC series 'The Animal's Guide to Britain'.© Paul Williams
Scientists at cosmetics company Oceanwell with Brown algae (Saccharina latissima) settling on ropes. The rope is then transferred to the sea and the kelps is harvested once it grows to sufficient size...
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90721668 Scientists at cosmetics company Oceanwell with Brown algae (Saccharina latissima) settling on ropes. The rope is then transferred to the sea and the kelps is harvested once it grows to sufficient size...© Solvin Zankl
Extractions from brown algae, red algae and green algae for the cosmetic industry, at OceanWell cosmetics company,  Kiel, Germany.
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90721667 Extractions from brown algae, red algae and green algae for the cosmetic industry, at OceanWell cosmetics company, Kiel, Germany.© Solvin Zankl
Extractions from brown algae, red algae and green algae for the cosmetic industry, at OceanWell cosmetics company,  Kiel, Germany.
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90721666 Extractions from brown algae, red algae and green algae for the cosmetic industry, at OceanWell cosmetics company, Kiel, Germany.© Solvin Zankl
Extractions from brown algae, red algae and green algae for the cosmetic industry, at OceanWell cosmetics company,  Kiel, Germany.
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90721665 Extractions from brown algae, red algae and green algae for the cosmetic industry, at OceanWell cosmetics company, Kiel, Germany.© Solvin Zankl
Professor Edward O. Wilson watching Fire ants (Solenopsis sp) following a pheromone trail in his laboratory, on production for a BBC Natural World film 'The Little Creatures Who Run the World'. Harvar...
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90731397 Professor Edward O. Wilson watching Fire ants (Solenopsis sp) following a pheromone trail in his laboratory, on production for a BBC Natural World film 'The Little Creatures Who Run the World'. Harvar...© Nick Upton
Wine making laboratory, Santorini wines, Santorini Island, Greece, May 2009  -  Loic Poidevin/ NPL
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90411295 Wine making laboratory, Santorini wines, Santorini Island, Greece, May 2009© Loic Poidevin / NPL
Fishing spider (Ancylometes bogotensis) venom being milked in laboratory From Central and South America  -  Daniel Heuclin/ npl
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90396919 Fishing spider (Ancylometes bogotensis) venom being milked in laboratory From Central and South America© Daniel Heuclin / NPL
Fishing spider (Ancylometes bogotensis) venom being milked in laboratory From Central and South America  -  Daniel Heuclin/ npl
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90396918 Fishing spider (Ancylometes bogotensis) venom being milked in laboratory From Central and South America© Daniel Heuclin / NPL
Researcher Guido Westhoff looking at a cross section of pit organ tissue from a Coastal carpet python (Morelia spilota mcdowelli) through an electron microscope with 20,000 x magnification Pit organs...  -  Jurgen Freund/ npl
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90228008 Researcher Guido Westhoff looking at a cross section of pit organ tissue from a Coastal carpet python (Morelia spilota mcdowelli) through an electron microscope with 20,000 x magnification Pit organs...© Jurgen Freund / NPL
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