Giant water lilies, 19th century

Giant water lilies, 19th century

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Caption: Giant water lilies. 19th-century artwork of giant water lilies (Victoria regia) from the Amazon basin of South America. These specimens, one with a child on with a swimming man's head next to it, have been cultivated in the botanical garden in Washington DC, USA. Artwork from the 23rd volume (first period of 1899) of the French popular science weekly 'La Science Illustree'.

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