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From Osteographia or the #anatomy of the bones by William Cheselden. #skull

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Horseshoe Crab. Recherches sur l'anatomie des limules, Paris, 1873. If you are a fan of Star Trek you will remember that Spock's blood is copper based and green. Well the horseshoe crab's blood is REALLY copper based and is blue :).

Homologous body parts. Evidence that we all share a common ancestor if you trace it back long enough

from Zoology of the Beagle, by Richard Owen, edited by Charles Darwin, 1840.