Photographs of Animals, Insects and Spiders | Biology

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Animal pictures are a great addition to any educational setting and is a must in a science or a biology classroom. Students love animals and many students that live in the city do not get a chance to see them firsthand. If you need animals pictures for a resource you are creating or for a bulletin board, then check out this set of twenty-four beautiful photos of various furry critters, birds, insects, spiders, and reptiles all taken by me, in my Texas back yard. Each picture is offered in full color and grayscale and comes in a PNG format.

Commercial use is fine, but my copyright is on each picture. If you use any of these pictures in your own product, please give me credit by posting my store link:

Listed below are the individual items:

Pg. 1 – 2 Cover Page/Info/Table of Contents

Pg. 3 – Hazy Morning in Texas

Pg. 4 – Moth

Pg. 5 – Tomato Hornworm

Pg. 6 – Painted Bunting

Pg. 7 – Copperhead Snake “Venomous”

Pg. 8 – Grasshopper

Pg. 9 – White-Tailed Deer

Pg. 10 – Mississippi Kite “Raptor”

Pg. 11 – Hummingbird

Pg. 12 – Gecko

Pg. 13 – Garden Spider

Pg. 14 – Texas Map Turtle

Pg. 15 – Praying Mantis

Pg. 16 – Roadrunner

Pg. 17 – Smokey our cat

Pg. 18 – Lizard

Pg. 19 – Tarantula

Pg. 20 – Rhinoceros Beetle

Pg. 21 – Butterfly

Pg. 22 – Scorpion

Pg. 23 – Turkey Hen Peeking

Pg. 24 – Tom Turkey (Male)

Pg. 25 – Group of Turkeys; called a “rafter” or “gang”

Pg. 26 – Cottontail Bunny

Pgs. 27-50 Grayscale of all

Here is a free picture from this resource:

Grasshopper Photo (free)

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