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Ernst Haekel, Art Forms of Nature, Leipzig, 1899

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Ernst Haeckel - Kunstformen der Natur - Artforms of Nature

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Observe nature, take rest in her bosom, and she will nourish you with innate awareness - Synaptic Stimuli

Butterfly eggs

Photo: Large white (Pieris brassicae) egg by Martin Oeggerli

Ernst Haeckel Print OCEAN 2010 Lithograph Art Print Beautiful Colored Frameable Collectable Book PLATE 33 Beautiful Ocean Life Nature

Ernst Haeckel Print OCEAN 2010 Lithograph Art Print Beautiful Colored Frameable Collectable Book PLATE 33 Beautiful Ocean Life Nature

Ernst Haeckel was a natural scientist. Powerful modern microscopes have confirmed the accuracy of his prints, which, even in their day, became world famous. Haeckel’s portfolio was first published between 1899 and 1904.

Ernst Haeckel was a natural scientist. Powerful modern microscopes have confirmed the accuracy of his prints, which, even in their day, became world famous. Haeckel’s portfolio was first published between 1899 and

“This image from Ernst Haeckel’s 1874 The Evolution of Man shows comparisons between cross-sections of different animals and their embryos at different stages of development. For Haeckel the development of an embryo retraced the evolutionary history of the animal. The different colors represent the four types of tissues out of which all the organs formed. Ernst Haeckel. Anthropogenie, oder, Entwickelungsgeschichte des Menschen. Leipzig: W. Engelmann. 1874.” – link

Comparisons between cross-sections of different animals and their embryos at different stages of development.From Anthropogenie, oder, Entwickelungsgeschichte des Menschen by Ernst Haeckel. Leipzig: W. From freakyfauna

Observe nature, take rest in her bosom, and she will nourish you with innate awareness

Ernst Haeckel, Radiolarian Color Painting, courtesy First Run/Icarus Film

Chrysaora Fuscescens recess!

Jellyfish - beautiful and amazing! Jellyfish do not have a respiratory system since their skin is thin enough that their body is oxygenated through diffusion.