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Mammoth Collection

Background imageMammoth Collection: Science / Evolution

Science / Evolution
From the simple cell to the giraffe, via the mammoth and the pterodactyl

Background imageMammoth Collection: The Mammoth Iron Steam-Ship Great Eastern

The Mammoth Iron Steam-Ship Great Eastern designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel Date: ca. 1873

Background imageMammoth Collection: Britains Brabazon I passenger aircraft by G. H. Davis

Britains Brabazon I passenger aircraft by G. H. Davis
A Leviathan of the skies: Britains Brabazon I airliner, designed to carry 72 long-distance passengers. A mammoth aerial express able to cover the England-Australia route in 48 hours

Background imageMammoth Collection: Ascent of Coxwells balloon, Crystal Palace, London

Ascent of Coxwells balloon, Crystal Palace, London
The scientific ascent of Mr H Coxwells Mammoth Balloon from the Crystal Palace, London. Listing below the names of various passengers of Mr Coxwell. 1862

Background imageMammoth Collection: Mammoth skeleton drawing

Mammoth skeleton drawing
Plate 10 from Memoires de L Acadamie Imperiale des Sciences, Vol 5, 1815

Background imageMammoth Collection: Tooth from a woolly mammoth

Tooth from a woolly mammoth
Tooth from an extinct woolly mammoth, specimen from the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageMammoth Collection: Prehistoric landscape during the Tertiary Era, Europe

Prehistoric landscape during the Tertiary Era, Europe
View of a prehistoric landscape, with animals, during the Tertiary Era in Europe (Palaeocene to Pliocene)

Background imageMammoth Collection: Woolly Mammoth

Woolly Mammoth
Illustration of a woolly mammoth in a snowy landscape

Background imageMammoth Collection: 22, 000 - 30, 000 years old Venus figures

22, 000 - 30, 000 years old Venus figures
Left to right. a) In fired clay from Moravia. b) In mammoth ivory from France. The Willendorf Venus c) In limestone from Austria. d) In mammoth ivory from Ukraine

Background imageMammoth Collection: Upper Palaeolithic tools 18 - 30, 000 years old

Upper Palaeolithic tools 18 - 30, 000 years old
L-R: a) Bone used to make needle blanks. b) Bone needle. c & d) Harpoon head and Barbed Point carved from antler. e & f) Two heads carved in mammoth ivory

Background imageMammoth Collection: Mammoth Arborvitae

Mammoth Arborvitae. Date c1862 Feb. 19

Background imageMammoth Collection: Mammoth hunt, Stone Age in Kazakhstan area

Mammoth hunt, Stone Age in Kazakhstan area
Stone Age tribal people in the Kazakhstan area, hunting a large mammoth with spears in the snow. 8700-2000 BCE

Background imageMammoth Collection: Prehistoric men hunting a mammoth in Britain

Prehistoric men hunting a mammoth in Britain
Early Prehistoric Britons prepare to hunt a Woolly Mammoth. Date: Prehistoric

Background imageMammoth Collection: Mammoth Edison Lamp, Paris Exhibition of 1889

Mammoth Edison Lamp, Paris Exhibition of 1889
Mammoth Edison Lamp, United States Section of Universal Exhibition of Paris, 1889 Date: 1889

Background imageMammoth Collection: C. 1920s China - panoramic city view Shanghai

C. 1920s China - panoramic city view Shanghai
C.1920s China - panoramic city view Shanghai

Background imageMammoth Collection: C. 1920s China - panoramic city view - Canton Guangzhou

C. 1920s China - panoramic city view - Canton Guangzhou
C.1920s China - panoramic city view - Canton Guangzhou

Background imageMammoth Collection: Historical views of Tartary

Historical views of Tartary. Funeral rites of a Tatar chieftain 13, Tatars abandoning the sick and aged to die in a hut 14

Background imageMammoth Collection: Slavery in Virginia and South Carolina

Slavery in Virginia and South Carolina
Enslaved people drying tobacco leaves in Virginia 76, slaves working on rice fields in South Carolina 77, and view of the natural bridge in Rockbridge, Virginia 78

Background imageMammoth Collection: Exotic crickets and wasps

Exotic crickets and wasps
Eneoptera surinamensis cricket 1, bedbug species, Cimex corticatus 2, mammoth wasp, Megascolia maculata flavifrons? 3, and Pelecinus polyturator wasp 4. Handcoloured lithograph from John O

Background imageMammoth Collection: Mammoth oak tree, Bidwell Ranch, Chico, California, USA

Mammoth oak tree, Bidwell Ranch, Chico, California, USA
Mammoth oak tree, Bidwell Ranch, Chico, Butte County, California, USA. Date: circa 1908

Background imageMammoth Collection: Engraved mammoth tusk

Engraved mammoth tusk
Mammoth tusk engraved of Grevettian age. 25, 000 - 30, 000 years ago during the Upper Palaeolithic and within the great Stone Age from Dolni Vestonice, Moravia, Czech Republic

Background imageMammoth Collection: Animals and plants of the Tertiary era

Animals and plants of the Tertiary era in Europe. Date: BCE

Background imageMammoth Collection: Animals and homo sapiens at the time of the Flood

Animals and homo sapiens at the time of the Flood. Date: BCE

Background imageMammoth Collection: Neolithic mammoth hunt

Neolithic mammoth hunt
Men hunting mammoth by ambushing them in a canyon and aiming heavy rocks at them during the Neolithic era (Stone Age). Date: circa 3000 BC

Background imageMammoth Collection: Hunting mammoth during the Ice Age

Hunting mammoth during the Ice Age
People hunting mammoth during the Ice Age (Pleistocene era). Date: circa 11, 000 BC

Background imageMammoth Collection: Model of the Ilford Mammoth

Model of the Ilford Mammoth
A model of the woolly mammoth found at Ilford, Essex, England, held by Fossil Mammals, Palaeontology

Background imageMammoth Collection: Three views of a wolf bone excavated at Vestonice

Three views of a wolf bone excavated at Vestonice
Proof that the mammoth-hunters of 30, 000 years ago knew how to count: three views of a wolf bone (the radius) marked with numerical notches

Background imageMammoth Collection: Trafalgar Square in the Ice Age

Trafalgar Square in the Ice Age : a vision of past and present. A scene suggested by the discovery of fossil bones beneath Trafalgar Square : the site in the Ice Age showing hippos, aurochs

Background imageMammoth Collection: Pen & ink sketch, Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins

Pen & ink sketch, Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins
Original artwork by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, donated by his granddaughter Mary Hawkins

Background imageMammoth Collection: Discovery of the Adams mammoth, 1799

Discovery of the Adams mammoth, 1799
Discovery of a frozen mammoth in Siberia. A local chief spotted the creature, encased in transparent ice, on the banks of the river Lena in 1799

Background imageMammoth Collection: Mammoth thigh bone

Mammoth thigh bone
Fossilised thigh bone of a woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) from Siberia. About 40, 000 years old

Background imageMammoth Collection: Mammoth Herd

Mammoth Herd
A mammoth herd during the Ice Age

Background imageMammoth Collection: USA - Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone Park

USA - Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone Park. - cascade. Part of Box 5 Boswell collection. American Trip. Date: circa 1900

Background imageMammoth Collection: Fantastic Adventures - Warrior Queen of Mars

Fantastic Adventures - Warrior Queen of Mars
Cover of Fantastic Adventures, September 1950, featuring the story Warrior Queen of Mars by Alexander Blade. Two women rise their spears attacking on something

Background imageMammoth Collection: Natural Gas Springs / USA

Natural Gas Springs / USA
Tapping natural gas springs at Mammoth Karg Well, Findlay, Ohio. Date: 1886

Background imageMammoth Collection: Sinter terraces, hot springs - Yellowstone National Park

Sinter terraces, hot springs - Yellowstone National Park
Sinter terraces, hot springs, mineral deposits, Palette Spring, Lower Terraces, Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, USA. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageMammoth Collection: Sketch by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins

Sketch by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins
Original artwork by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, donated by his granddaughter Mary Hawkins

Background imageMammoth Collection: Banquet in Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, USA

Banquet in Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, USA
Banquet scene in Mammoth Cave, in Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky, USA. The underground dining room was able to seat 500 people. Date: 1915

Background imageMammoth Collection: European landscape in the Diluvial era

European landscape in the Diluvial era.. Chromolithograph from Dr. Fr. Rolles Geology and Paleontology section in Gotthilf Heinrich von Schuberts Natural History, Schreiber, Munich, 1886

Background imageMammoth Collection: Woolly or tundra mammoth, Mammuthus primigenius

Woolly or tundra mammoth, Mammuthus primigenius.. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F. John from Tiere der Urwelt Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1910, Hamburg

Background imageMammoth Collection: Woolly mammoth, Mammuthus primigenius, Elephas

Woolly mammoth, Mammuthus primigenius, Elephas primigenius Blumb.. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F. John from Tiere der Urwelt Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1910, Hamburg

Background imageMammoth Collection: Elephas imperator, an extinct giant mammoth

Elephas imperator, an extinct giant mammoth now classified as Mammuthus imperator.. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from Tiere der Urwelt Animals of the Prehistoric

Background imageMammoth Collection: Mammoth, Mammuthus primigenius

Mammoth, Mammuthus primigenius.. Lithograph after an illustration by J. Smit from H. N. Hutchinsons Extinct Monsters and Creatures of Other Days, Chapman and Hall, London, 1894

Background imageMammoth Collection: An archaeologist sits next to the unearthed remains of a st

An archaeologist sits next to the unearthed remains of a st
This is the first discovery of a pre-historic straight tusked elephant, which is larger than a mammoth. The discovery was made at Upnor, near Chatham in Kent. Date: 1916

Background imageMammoth Collection: Russia, Siberia, Yakutsk - Export of Woolly Mammoth Tusks

Russia, Siberia, Yakutsk - Export of Woolly Mammoth Tusks. Date: circa 1907

Background imageMammoth Collection: The largest mammoth tusk, 1931

The largest mammoth tusk, 1931
A mammoth tusk from Siberia, nearly 14 feet long, just presented to the Natural History Museum, South Kensington, is believed to be the largest yet known. It is the gift from the Rowland Ward Trustees

Background imageMammoth Collection: Blue Whale Hall

Blue Whale Hall
View of Blue Whale Hall, Mammal Gallery, Gallery 24, Life Galleries at The Natural History Museum, London

Background imageMammoth Collection: Engraved mammoth tusk

Engraved mammoth tusk
Mammoth tusk engraved of Grevettian age. 25, 000 - 30, 000 years ago during the Upper Palaeolithic and within the great Stone Age from Dolni Vestonice, Moravia, Czech Republic



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