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Saw someone asking about evolution and creature design the other day somewhere on CA which got me thinking about my previous academic occupation, Biology =). So here's a big ol' list of wikipedia links of various topics dealing with critters.
A lot of the wiki articles will have multiple subtopics/links on them and usually some general examples associated with the classification for ease of use.
Anatomical Terms of Location
Anatomical Terms of Motion
Animal Locomotion (this has multiple subgroups including flight/swimming/terrestrial)
(all of these have multiple subgroups, interesting reads)
-Tetrapods - Vertebrate, 4 Legged/Apendages
Cartilage Fish (Sharks/Rays)
Insects, Crustaceans, Arachnids
Squid, Snails, Bivalves
Jellyfish, Coral, Sea Anemones, Hydras
Starfish, Sea Urchin
I found a most excellent fish skeleton reference page. There's a huge variety, and the images are very high quality. There may even be skeletons of other kinds of animals on this site, but I haven't explored beyond the fish page yet.
A sample .
hey guys, it would be nice if some of you can put up more photos of anatomy of different animals, thanks.
Maco photos of jumping spiders and some flies. http://photoity.com/mindblowing-macr...thomas-shahan/
/\He seems to have a slightly bemused expression
My fella took some pictures of his Creobroter Gemmatus Praying Mantis. This is in it's first 3 stages. They are fascinating creatures I love watching how they move they're so cute.