Animal development, 19th Century illustration

Animal development, 19th Century illustration

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Caption: Animal development. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle showing the development of three animals from egg (top) to adult (bottom). I. a tapeworm (class Cestoda); II. a silkmoth (Bombyx sp.); III. a frog (order Anura). From 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).

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