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Background imageSide View Collection: Old male Asian Paradise Flycatcher Watercolour

Old male Asian Paradise Flycatcher Watercolour
Original watercolour drawings and illustrated MS relating to Indian Birds, forming one of a set of volumes from which the illustrated MS work by Tickell on Mammals, &c

Background imageSide View Collection: Nathaniel Charles Rothschild (1877-1923)

Nathaniel Charles Rothschild (1877-1923)
The younger brother of Tring Museum founder Walter Rothschild, Charles was a keen entomologist, discovering the plague vector flea, Xenopsylla cheopis, in Shendi, Sudan

Background imageSide View Collection: Pachira aquatica, Malabar or Guyana chestnut

Pachira aquatica, Malabar or Guyana chestnut
Watercolour by Robert Schomburgk, 1840s Date: 1840

Background imageSide View Collection: Spotted Red Shank (male) Watercolour Plate 35

Spotted Red Shank (male) Watercolour Plate 35
Original watercolour drawings and illustrated MS relating to Indian Birds, forming one of a set of volumes from which the illustrated MS work by Tickell on Mammals, &c

Background imageSide View Collection: Emu by Gambier Bolton

Emu by Gambier Bolton
Emu photogrpaph by Gambier Bolton, F Zs 354, held at The Natural History Museum at Tring

Background imageSide View Collection: Beechcraft F-2-BH

Beechcraft F-2-BH
United States Army Air Corps - Beechcraft F-2-BH. (The 14 F-2s were given the msn 340 to 353 and serial numbers 40-682 to 40-695)

Background imageSide View Collection: Andrewsarchus mongoliencis, Skull cast

Andrewsarchus mongoliencis, Skull cast
Cast of the only known cranium of Andrewsarchus mongoliensis from the Eocene of Irdin Manha, China (original is in the AMNH)

Background imageSide View Collection: Homo sapiens cranium (Cro-Magnon 1)

Homo sapiens cranium (Cro-Magnon 1)
Lateral and frontal view of a cast of a skull belonging to Homo sapiens Le Viellard, adult male about 45 years of age. Discovered near the station, Les Eyzies de Tayac, France by workmen, March 1868

Background imageSide View Collection: Nathan Natty, 1st Baron Rothschild

Nathan Natty, 1st Baron Rothschild
Liberal politician, banker, philanthropist and father of Walter Rothschild, he built what became the Walter Rothschild Zoological Museum

Background imageSide View Collection: Giant tortoise being fed at Tring Park

Giant tortoise being fed at Tring Park
In 1897 Walter Rothschild despatched explorer Charles Harris to the Galapagos islands to collect a large number of giant tortoises

Background imageSide View Collection: Southern cassowary by JG Keulemans

Southern cassowary by JG Keulemans
Hand-coloured lithograph of cassowary head by JG Keulemans (c. 1898), based on the live animals at Walter Rothschilds Museum at Tring

Background imageSide View Collection: Great auk, Pinguinus impennis

Great auk, Pinguinus impennis
The great auk, Pinguinus impennis, is one of the most powerful symbols of the damage humans can cause. The species was driven extinct as a result of centuries of intense human exploitation

Background imageSide View Collection: Aquilegia vulgaris, Columbine

Aquilegia vulgaris, Columbine
Ink drawing by Arthur Harry Church, 1903 Date: 1903

Background imageSide View Collection: Homo sapiens cranium (Predmosti 3) cast

Homo sapiens cranium (Predmosti 3) cast

Background imageSide View Collection: Homo sapiens cranium (Irhoud 1)

Homo sapiens cranium (Irhoud 1)
Lateral and frontal view of a cast of an adult male Homo sapiens skull discovered at Jebel Irhoud (formerly Ighoud), Morocco, by Mohammed Ben Fatmi, Summer 1961

Background imageSide View Collection: Homo sapiens cranium (Irhoud 2)

Homo sapiens cranium (Irhoud 2)
Lateral and facial view of a cast of a skull belonging to an adult male Homo sapiens discovered at Jebel Irhoud (formerly Ighoud), Barytes mine S.E of Safi, Morocco, by Mohammed Ben Fatmi, summer 1961

Background imageSide View Collection: Homo sapiens cranium (Qafzeh 9)

Homo sapiens cranium (Qafzeh 9)
Lateral and frontal view of a cast of a Homo sapiens adult skull discovered at Dkebel Kafzeh, Israel by B. Vandermeersch, 1965-1969

Background imageSide View Collection: Caretaker Fred Young

Caretaker Fred Young
Fred Young was a caretaker and taxidermist at Walter Rothschilds Zoological Museum at Tring in the early 19th Century, succeeding the original caretaker Alfred Minall

Background imageSide View Collection: Northern cassowary by JG Keulemans

Northern cassowary by JG Keulemans
Hand-coloured lithograph of cassowary head by JG Keulemans (c. 1898), based on the live animals at Walter Rothschilds Museum at Tring

Background imageSide View Collection: Pitta Iris, from the Gould Collection

Pitta Iris, from the Gould Collection
Rainbow Pitta, Pitta Iris, specimen, collected by Captain Chambers in Australia between 1839 and 1841 Date: 1839

Background imageSide View Collection: Rallus phippensis

Rallus phippensis
Buff-banded Rail, Rallus phippensis, collected by JB Jukes in Port Essington, Northern Territory, Australia on August 1843 Date: 1843

Background imageSide View Collection: Motacilla flava, Western Yellow Wagtail, male

Motacilla flava, Western Yellow Wagtail, male
Skin of Western Yellow Wagtail collected by 19th Century naturalist Emin Pasha in Tingasi, Equatorial Africa. 02/10/1883. Original NHM label: Budytes flava 1887.9.28.156 Date: 1887

Background imageSide View Collection: Chrysanthemum, CT scan image

Chrysanthemum, CT scan image
CT Scan image of a Chrysanthemum

Background imageSide View Collection: Sopwith Model V: Dislocations of coal strata

Sopwith Model V: Dislocations of coal strata
This model shows that while very little coal may appear at ground level, coal seams (subject to faults and dislocations) can be found below the ground

Background imageSide View Collection: Chimarrogale varennei, lateral view

Chimarrogale varennei, lateral view

Background imageSide View Collection: Chimarrogale varennei, mandible

Chimarrogale varennei, mandible

Background imageSide View Collection: Prosqualodon davidi, skull cast

Prosqualodon davidi, skull cast
Cast of the cranium of Prosqualodon davidi from the early Miocene of Tasmania, Australia (original skull no longer exists)

Background imageSide View Collection: Homo neanderthalensis (Ferrassie 1) cranium

Homo neanderthalensis (Ferrassie 1) cranium
Cranium and mandibula cast of an adult male Neandertal Man (Homo neanderthalensis) discovered at La Ferrassie, Dordogne, France, by D Peyrony and L. Captian in 1909

Background imageSide View Collection: Tockus erythrorhynchus, Red-billed hornbill

Tockus erythrorhynchus, Red-billed hornbill
Watercolour by Claude Finch-Davies

Background imageSide View Collection: Hemitragus jemlahicus, Himalayan tahr

Hemitragus jemlahicus, Himalayan tahr
Illustration from the Brian Houghton Hodgson Collection; c. 1850s Date: circa 1850

Background imageSide View Collection: Hystrix cristata; Crested Porcupine

Hystrix cristata; Crested Porcupine
Illustration from the Thomas Hardwicke Collection; 1823 Date: 1823

Background imageSide View Collection: Eledone cirrhosa, Curled Octopus

Eledone cirrhosa, Curled Octopus
Illustration from the Thomas Hardwicke Collection, marked Sepia octopodia

Background imageSide View Collection: Bostrychia olivacea, Olive Ibis

Bostrychia olivacea, Olive Ibis
Watercolour by Henrik Gronveld, c. 1910 Date: circa 1910

Background imageSide View Collection: Various Scarabaeus sp

Various Scarabaeus sp
Watercolour and ink from Drawings of Mandibulata Insects of India, Thomas Hardwicke Collection; 1822 Date: 1822

Background imageSide View Collection: Gryllus sp. cricket head views

Gryllus sp. cricket head views
Watercolour and ink by J. Hayes, from Drawings of insects from Bengal and other parts of India. Thomas Hardwicke Collection; 1820 Date: 1820

Background imageSide View Collection: White-eared pheasant

White-eared pheasant
Illustration by Rajman Singh from the Brian Houghton Hodgson Collection; c. 1850s Date: 1850

Background imageSide View Collection: Dasypus novemcinctus, Nine-banded armadillo

Dasypus novemcinctus, Nine-banded armadillo
Hand coloured lithograph by John James Audubon from The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America, 1848. Date: 1848

Background imageSide View Collection: Aix sponsa, Wood duck

Aix sponsa, Wood duck
Watercolour by John Abbot, 1827 Date: 1827

Background imageSide View Collection: Phoenicopterus roseus, Greater Flamingo

Phoenicopterus roseus, Greater Flamingo
Watercolour by Claude Finch-Davies

Background imageSide View Collection: Chamaeleo zeylanicus, Indian chameleon

Chamaeleo zeylanicus, Indian chameleon
Illustration from the Thomas Hardwicke Collection; attributed to artist J. Hayes; 1819

Background imageSide View Collection: Tragopan satyra; Satyr tragopan; male

Tragopan satyra; Satyr tragopan; male
Illustration by Rajman Singh from the Brian Houghton Hodgson Collection; c. 1850s Date: 1850

Background imageSide View Collection: Homo sapiens cranium

Homo sapiens cranium
A cast of a human (Homo sapiens) cranium held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageSide View Collection: Homo sapiens cranium (Mladec 1)

Homo sapiens cranium (Mladec 1)
Lateral view of a cast of a skull belonging to a male Homo sapiens discovered at Mladec, Boceks Cave by J. Szombathy, June 1881

Background imageSide View Collection: Homo sapiens cranium (Qafzeh 6)

Homo sapiens cranium (Qafzeh 6)
Lateral view of a cast of (Qafzeh 6), a homo sapiens cranium with dentition. Discovered at Djebel Kafzeh, Israel by R. Neuville & M. Stekelis, 1934. Middle Palaeolithic 250, 000-35, 000 BP

Background imageSide View Collection: Homo sapiens skull

Homo sapiens skull
Lateral and frontal view of a cast of Homo sapiens skull from Eliye Springs, Kenya. Middle Pleistocene 790, 000-130, 000

Background imageSide View Collection: Homo sapiens cranium (Singa 1)

Homo sapiens cranium (Singa 1)
Lateral view of a Homo sapiens skull discovered at Singa, West bank of the River Nile, Sudan, by W.R.G Bond, February 1924

Background imageSide View Collection: Homo sapiens cranium (Mladec 5)

Homo sapiens cranium (Mladec 5)
Lateral view of a cast of an adult male Homo sapiens skull disovered at Mladec (Lautsch), Boceks Cave, N. Moravia, Czech Republic, by workers, March 1904



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