Vertebrate embryonic development, artwork

Vertebrate embryonic development, artwork

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Caption: Vertebrate embryonic development. Historical artwork showing the development of an embryo from cleavage (top) to gastrulation (bottom) for worms (left), frogs (middle) and mammals (right). This illustration by Ernst Haeckel, from the 1891 edition of his Anthropogenie, is anatomically incorrect.

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