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Images Dated 10th February 2009

Choose from 51 pictures in our Images Dated 10th February 2009 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Digital illustration of coral polyp showing nutrients diffused through gastrodermis into tissue, and single digestive opening used as mouth and anus Featured 10 Feb 2009 Image

Digital illustration of coral polyp showing nutrients diffused through gastrodermis into tissue, and single digestive opening used as mouth and anus

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88795441, Anatomy, Animal Themes, Anus, Biomedical Illustration, Bizarre, Cnidarian, Color Image, Connection, Coral, Cross Section, Digitally Generated, Digitally Generated Image, Directly Above, Fragility, Horizontal, Illustration, Illustration Technique, Illustrative Technique, Intricacy, No People, Physiology, Polyp, Sea Life, Studio Shot, Variation, White Background

Digital illustration showing body propulsion of fish using tail and fin to generate sideways and backwards thrust in water enabling it to swim in a straight line Featured 10 Feb 2009 Image

Digital illustration showing body propulsion of fish using tail and fin to generate sideways and backwards thrust in water enabling it to swim in a straight line

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90113301, Anatomy, Animal Behavior, Animal Behaviour, Animal Fin, Animal Themes, Animal Wildlife, Arrow Sign, Arrow Symbol, Co Ordination, Color Image, Coordination, Digitally Generated, Digitally Generated Image, Direction, Directly Above, Fin, Fish, Flexibility, Full Length, Horizontal, Illustration, Illustration Technique, Illustrative Technique, Motion, No People, Physiology, Studio Shot, Tail Fin, The Way Forward, Two Animals, Variation, White Background, Wildlife

Digital cross section illustration of procuticle divided into hardended exocuticle with many compacted fibres, more flexible endocuticle, and dermal glands in epidermis producing chemical repellents to deter predators Featured 10 Feb 2009 Image

Digital cross section illustration of procuticle divided into hardended exocuticle with many compacted fibres, more flexible endocuticle, and dermal glands in epidermis producing chemical repellents to deter predators

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90113379, Anatomy, Animal Body Part, Animal Exoskeleton, Animal Themes, Biomedical Illustration, Color Image, Cross Section, Digitally Generated, Digitally Generated Image, Directly Above, Endocuticle, Epidermis, Exoskeleton, Horizontal, Human Skin, Illustration, Illustration Technique, Illustrative Technique, No People, Physiology, Procuticle, Protection, Studio Shot, Variation, White Background