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Young male melanistic leopard (Panthera pardus), Laikipia Wilderness Camp, Kenya. Photographed with a camera trap.
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90814400 Young male melanistic leopard (Panthera pardus), Laikipia Wilderness Camp, Kenya. Photographed with a camera trap.© Will Burrard-Lucas
Young male melanistic leopard (Panthera pardus), Laikipia Wilderness Camp, Kenya. Photographed with a camera trap.
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90803705 Young male melanistic leopard (Panthera pardus), Laikipia Wilderness Camp, Kenya. Photographed with a camera trap.© Will Burrard-Lucas
Young male melanistic leopard (Panthera pardus), Laikipia Wilderness Camp, Kenya. Photographed with a camera trap.
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90803704 Young male melanistic leopard (Panthera pardus), Laikipia Wilderness Camp, Kenya. Photographed with a camera trap.© Will Burrard-Lucas
Caodaist disciples sitting beside colourful columns with dragons during ceremony, Cao Dai temple, Tay Ninh Holy See, Tay Ninh, Tay Ninh Province, Vietnam, December  -  Colin Marshall/ FLPA
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80183253 Caodaist disciples sitting beside colourful columns with dragons during ceremony, Cao Dai temple, Tay Ninh Holy See, Tay Ninh, Tay Ninh Province, Vietnam, December© Colin Marshall / FLPA
Caodaist disciples sitting beside colourful columns with dragons during ceremony, Cao Dai temple, Tay Ninh Holy See, Tay Ninh, Tay Ninh Province, Vietnam, December  -  Colin Marshall/ FLPA
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80183249 Caodaist disciples sitting beside colourful columns with dragons during ceremony, Cao Dai temple, Tay Ninh Holy See, Tay Ninh, Tay Ninh Province, Vietnam, December© Colin Marshall / FLPA
Caodaist disciples sitting beside colourful columns with dragons during ceremony, Cao Dai temple, Tay Ninh Holy See, Tay Ninh, Tay Ninh Province, Vietnam, December  -  Colin Marshall/ FLPA
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80183247 Caodaist disciples sitting beside colourful columns with dragons during ceremony, Cao Dai temple, Tay Ninh Holy See, Tay Ninh, Tay Ninh Province, Vietnam, December© Colin Marshall / FLPA
Young male melanistic leopard (Panthera pardus), Laikipia Wilderness Camp, Kenya. Photographed with a camera trap.
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90857812 Young male melanistic leopard (Panthera pardus), Laikipia Wilderness Camp, Kenya. Photographed with a camera trap.©
Young male melanistic leopard (Panthera pardus), Laikipia Wilderness Camp, Kenya. Photographed with a camera trap. Black and white.
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90839041 Young male melanistic leopard (Panthera pardus), Laikipia Wilderness Camp, Kenya. Photographed with a camera trap. Black and white.© Will Burrard-Lucas
Hunters and mythical figure, San Art on the Sevilla Rock Art Trail, Cedarberg, South Africa.
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90829888 Hunters and mythical figure, San Art on the Sevilla Rock Art Trail, Cedarberg, South Africa.© Rhonda Klevansky
Juvenile of Amazon Tree-Boa (Corallus hortulanus) in defensive position.??Yasuni National Park, Orellana, Ecuador.
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90777017 Juvenile of Amazon Tree-Boa (Corallus hortulanus) in defensive position.??Yasuni National Park, Orellana, Ecuador.© Lucas Bustamante
Ancient Assyrian human headed bull guarding the doorway to the palace of King Ashur Nasipal II at Nimrud, Iraq. . In 2014 Hatra was taken over by Islamic State militants and much of the site was destr...
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90756100 Ancient Assyrian human headed bull guarding the doorway to the palace of King Ashur Nasipal II at Nimrud, Iraq. . In 2014 Hatra was taken over by Islamic State militants and much of the site was destr...© Kim Taylor
Ancient Assyrian human headed bull guarding the doorway to the palace of King Ashur Nasipal II at Nimrud, Iraq.  In 2014 Hatra was taken over by Islamic State militants and much of the site was destro...
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90756099 Ancient Assyrian human headed bull guarding the doorway to the palace of King Ashur Nasipal II at Nimrud, Iraq. In 2014 Hatra was taken over by Islamic State militants and much of the site was destro...© Kim Taylor
Illustration of mythical Unicorn, also known as Monoceros, by engraver Matthaus Merian 'the Elder', hand coloured copperplate engravings from 'Historia Naturalis',  1657.
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90732687 Illustration of mythical Unicorn, also known as Monoceros, by engraver Matthaus Merian 'the Elder', hand coloured copperplate engravings from 'Historia Naturalis', 1657.© Paul D Stewart
Illustration of various types of mythical unicorns, also known as monoceros, by engraver Matthaus Merian 'the Elder', hand colored copperplate engravings from Historia Naturalis , 1657.
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90732686 Illustration of various types of mythical unicorns, also known as monoceros, by engraver Matthaus Merian 'the Elder', hand colored copperplate engravings from Historia Naturalis , 1657.© Paul D Stewart
Illustration of a Unicorn, antique woodcut published ca 1560 from the 'Cosmographia' by Sebastian Munster.
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90732648 Illustration of a Unicorn, antique woodcut published ca 1560 from the 'Cosmographia' by Sebastian Munster.© Paul D Stewart
The Sea Orm, a mythical sea serpent of Norway. Copper plate and hand coloured, from Historiae Naturalis by John Jonston, 1657 Illustrated by Caspar and Matthias Merian.
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90732644 The Sea Orm, a mythical sea serpent of Norway. Copper plate and hand coloured, from Historiae Naturalis by John Jonston, 1657 Illustrated by Caspar and Matthias Merian.© Paul D Stewart
Lupus Marina - a sea wolf - Folio Copper Plate, later hand coloured. Published 1657-65 Amsterdam, for Historiae Naturalis by John Jonston. Illustrated by Caspar and Matthias Merian. These creatures ar...
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90732643 Lupus Marina - a sea wolf - Folio Copper Plate, later hand coloured. Published 1657-65 Amsterdam, for Historiae Naturalis by John Jonston. Illustrated by Caspar and Matthias Merian. These creatures ar...© Paul D Stewart
Woodblock illustration of Sea Hares from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491 - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. During the middle ages all manner of land animals were thought to have their o...
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90732635 Woodblock illustration of Sea Hares from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491 - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. During the middle ages all manner of land animals were thought to have their o...© Paul D Stewart
1491 Woodblock illustration of from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. Shows an apothecary removing a toad stone bezoar from a large toad's 'third eye'. Toad s...
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90732633 1491 Woodblock illustration of from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. Shows an apothecary removing a toad stone bezoar from a large toad's 'third eye'. Toad s...© Paul D Stewart
1491 Woodblock illustration of a from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - man taking a cure for snake bite. Hortus Sanitatis translates from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. The Hortus was the first printed na...
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90732632 1491 Woodblock illustration of a from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - man taking a cure for snake bite. Hortus Sanitatis translates from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. The Hortus was the first printed na...© Paul D Stewart
Woodblock illustration from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. Showing the snake Cerastes and the cyanocephalus dog headed man. The Hortus was the first printe...
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90732631 Woodblock illustration from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. Showing the snake Cerastes and the cyanocephalus dog headed man. The Hortus was the first printe...© Paul D Stewart
Woodblock illustration of a Phoenix in her nest of fire from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491- translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'.  The Hortus was the first printed natural history encyclopa...
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90732630 Woodblock illustration of a Phoenix in her nest of fire from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491- translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. The Hortus was the first printed natural history encyclopa...© Paul D Stewart
Woodblock illustration, the first printed image of a falconer with hawks, from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491 - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Helath'. The Hortus was the first printed natural...
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90732629 Woodblock illustration, the first printed image of a falconer with hawks, from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491 - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Helath'. The Hortus was the first printed natural...© Paul D Stewart
Woodblock illustration of Camels from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491  - translated from the latin as 'Garden of Health'. This is the first printed illustration of a camel in literature. The Hortus was...
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90732628 Woodblock illustration of Camels from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491 - translated from the latin as 'Garden of Health'. This is the first printed illustration of a camel in literature. The Hortus was...© Paul D Stewart
Woodblock illustration of a camel from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis 1491 - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. This is the first printed illustration of a camel in literature.  The Hortus was...
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90732627 Woodblock illustration of a camel from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis 1491 - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. This is the first printed illustration of a camel in literature. The Hortus was...© Paul D Stewart
Woodblock illustration of Mandrake (Mandragora) from two pages of the Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health' by Jacob Meydenbach, 1491. He describes plants and anim...
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90732619 Woodblock illustration of Mandrake (Mandragora) from two pages of the Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health' by Jacob Meydenbach, 1491. He describes plants and anim...© Paul D Stewart
Copperplate illustration of Dragons, and other mythical creatures including Jenny Hanvier - based on dolls of figures made by sailors from dried rays and skates. Published 1657-65 Amsterdam for Histor...
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90732591 Copperplate illustration of Dragons, and other mythical creatures including Jenny Hanvier - based on dolls of figures made by sailors from dried rays and skates. Published 1657-65 Amsterdam for Histor...© Paul D Stewart
1770 illustration of a Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) holding a staff Copperplate engraving from Buffon's 'Histoire Naturelle' showing a chimpanzee which he called a 'Jocko'  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690235 1770 illustration of a Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) holding a staff Copperplate engraving from Buffon's 'Histoire Naturelle' showing a chimpanzee which he called a 'Jocko'© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Illustration of mythical Papio and man-headed beast Published in Amsterdam in 1673 by Jacob Von Meurs for Arnoldus Montanusa 'De Nieuwe en Onbekende Weereld' after the first book related to America by...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690221 Illustration of mythical Papio and man-headed beast Published in Amsterdam in 1673 by Jacob Von Meurs for Arnoldus Montanusa 'De Nieuwe en Onbekende Weereld' after the first book related to America by...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Illustration of a mythical Brazillian animal by Albertus Montanus, 1673 Copperplate from the German edition of his Dutch 'The New World' A strange creature being pursued by colonials in the jungles of...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690220 Illustration of a mythical Brazillian animal by Albertus Montanus, 1673 Copperplate from the German edition of his Dutch 'The New World' A strange creature being pursued by colonials in the jungles of...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Illustrations of Birds of Paradise (Paradisaea spp), woodcut from Merian and Jonston's 'Historia Naturalis' 1660 (which continued to be printed up to 1767) Shows a range of species including the blue...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690218 Illustrations of Birds of Paradise (Paradisaea spp), woodcut from Merian and Jonston's 'Historia Naturalis' 1660 (which continued to be printed up to 1767) Shows a range of species including the blue...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Woodcut illustration of the 'Monster of Krakow' was reported widely in the mid sixteenth century as a real occurence It was seen by many protestants as a monstrous symptom of divine displeasure at the...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690213 Woodcut illustration of the 'Monster of Krakow' was reported widely in the mid sixteenth century as a real occurence It was seen by many protestants as a monstrous symptom of divine displeasure at the...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Woodcut of mythical creature with early colouring from Conrad Gesner's 'Icones Animalium' 1557 Publ Christof Froshover, Zurich Gesner takes this image from Breidenbach's 'Journey to the Holy Land' (14...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690209 Woodcut of mythical creature with early colouring from Conrad Gesner's 'Icones Animalium' 1557 Publ Christof Froshover, Zurich Gesner takes this image from Breidenbach's 'Journey to the Holy Land' (14...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Woodcut illustration of whale slaughter with old colouring from Gesner 'Icones Animalium' publ Christof Foschover, Zurich, 1560 Gesner appears to derive this image partly from Olaus Magnus 'Historia d...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690205 Woodcut illustration of whale slaughter with old colouring from Gesner 'Icones Animalium' publ Christof Foschover, Zurich, 1560 Gesner appears to derive this image partly from Olaus Magnus 'Historia d...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Woodcut illustration of whale attacking ship, with old colouring From Gesner's 'Icones Animalium' published by Christof Froschover, Zurich, 1560  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690204 Woodcut illustration of whale attacking ship, with old colouring From Gesner's 'Icones Animalium' published by Christof Froschover, Zurich, 1560© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Woodcut illustration of Satyrus marinus, a sea monster or mermaid of partially human form, with old colouring Gesner 'Icones Animalium' publ Christof Froschover, Zurich, 1560 Gesner reproduced this pi...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690203 Woodcut illustration of Satyrus marinus, a sea monster or mermaid of partially human form, with old colouring Gesner 'Icones Animalium' publ Christof Froschover, Zurich, 1560 Gesner reproduced this pi...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Products made of ivory including statuettes (one of Ganesh) and a necklace, Nakhon Sawan, December 2012  -  Steve O. Taylor/ npl
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90411030 Products made of ivory including statuettes (one of Ganesh) and a necklace, Nakhon Sawan, December 2012© S.O. Taylor (GHF) / NPL
Tsaparang (sometimes known as the mythical Shangri-la) was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Guge in the Garuda Valley, Ngari Prefecture, Western Tibet Tsaparang is a huge fortress perched on a py...  -  Ben Lascelles/ npl
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90387569 Tsaparang (sometimes known as the mythical Shangri-la) was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Guge in the Garuda Valley, Ngari Prefecture, Western Tibet Tsaparang is a huge fortress perched on a py...© Ben Lascelles / NPL
Reflected trees in mist and low light over Lake Grasmere, The Lake District, Cumbria, UK October 2012  -  Ross Hoddinott/ npl
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90386138 Reflected trees in mist and low light over Lake Grasmere, The Lake District, Cumbria, UK October 2012© Ross Hoddinott / NPL
Illustration of Giant Octopus (Octopus dofleini) attacking a ship, 1815 copperplate engraving from Bertuch's 'Bilderbuch fur kinder' 16 plate 5 with contemporary colour 'Colosal Polypus' (octopus) att...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90383294 Illustration of Giant Octopus (Octopus dofleini) attacking a ship, 1815 copperplate engraving from Bertuch's 'Bilderbuch fur kinder' 16 plate 5 with contemporary colour 'Colosal Polypus' (octopus) att...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Illustration of Gibbon (Hylobates lar), 1812 copperplate engraving of a 'lar or long armed ape' (gibbon) from Pantalogia New Cyclopedia, published by Sherwood and Co, Paternoster St London Few large p...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90383293 Illustration of Gibbon (Hylobates lar), 1812 copperplate engraving of a 'lar or long armed ape' (gibbon) from Pantalogia New Cyclopedia, published by Sherwood and Co, Paternoster St London Few large p...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Copper plate illustration with contemporary hand colouring, possibly of an orang utan (Pongo pygmaeus), printed 1757 'The satier, savage, wild man, pigmy, orang-autang, chimp-anzee and c ' From 'Glean...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90383277 Copper plate illustration with contemporary hand colouring, possibly of an orang utan (Pongo pygmaeus), printed 1757 'The satier, savage, wild man, pigmy, orang-autang, chimp-anzee and c ' From 'Glean...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Copperplate engraving of mythical hydra with hand colouring by J Chapman 1806 after engraving by Seba in his 'Treasury of Natural History' (1734) In 1735 a young Linnaeus visited Hamburg While there h...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90383270 Copperplate engraving of mythical hydra with hand colouring by J Chapman 1806 after engraving by Seba in his 'Treasury of Natural History' (1734) In 1735 a young Linnaeus visited Hamburg While there h...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
1674 Copperplate engraving depicting 'Creation of the birds, fishes and large marine life' (Genesis 1 20-23 Day 5) under the Hebrew divine word of God 'Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90383265 1674 Copperplate engraving depicting 'Creation of the birds, fishes and large marine life' (Genesis 1 20-23 Day 5) under the Hebrew divine word of God 'Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Illustration of mythical creature, The Su, 1627 woodblock engraving from Sebastian Munster's account of the New World from the Cosmographia German edition of 1627 dealing with the navigation of Magell...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90383264 Illustration of mythical creature, The Su, 1627 woodblock engraving from Sebastian Munster's account of the New World from the Cosmographia German edition of 1627 dealing with the navigation of Magell...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Illustration of Sea Serpents from Gessner's 'Historia Animalium', volume 4, 1558 Later hand colouring Gessner's accounts included creatures which exist, and creatures which we now know do not There we...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90383261 Illustration of Sea Serpents from Gessner's 'Historia Animalium', volume 4, 1558 Later hand colouring Gessner's accounts included creatures which exist, and creatures which we now know do not There we...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Illustration of Sea Serpents from Gesner's 'Historia Animalium', volume 4, 1558 Later hand colouring Italic marginalia by contemporary scholar Gessner's accounts included creatures which exist, and ma...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90383260 Illustration of Sea Serpents from Gesner's 'Historia Animalium', volume 4, 1558 Later hand colouring Italic marginalia by contemporary scholar Gessner's accounts included creatures which exist, and ma...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Woodcut illustration of mythical creature with contemporary colouring from 'Icones Animalium' Publ Christof Froschover, Zurich, 1560 Gesner illustrates a creature captured in the forest of Hanesbergiu...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90383259 Woodcut illustration of mythical creature with contemporary colouring from 'Icones Animalium' Publ Christof Froschover, Zurich, 1560 Gesner illustrates a creature captured in the forest of Hanesbergiu...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Woodcut illustration of sharks attacking a man, with a ray coming to help, with old colouring From Gesner 'Icones Animalium' publ Christof Froschover, Zurich, 1560 This scene is copied by Gesner from...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90383255 Woodcut illustration of sharks attacking a man, with a ray coming to help, with old colouring From Gesner 'Icones Animalium' publ Christof Froschover, Zurich, 1560 This scene is copied by Gesner from...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Woodcut illustration from Sebastian Munster's 1552 'Cosmographia' published by SH Petri in Basel, depicting ficticious people thought to live in India beyond the Ganges He follows Pliny in describing...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90383253 Woodcut illustration from Sebastian Munster's 1552 'Cosmographia' published by SH Petri in Basel, depicting ficticious people thought to live in India beyond the Ganges He follows Pliny in describing...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
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