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All Shapes and Sizes Photograph by Rosamond Purcell
Perhaps it's surprising nature uses the same tools to build a shelled, beaked reptile like a box turtle and a human being. The same basic set of genes operates in the embryos of all animals, from worms to reptiles to primates, to mark out separate regions, creating a frame on which body parts are laid down. Other genes then operate within those compartments to turn similar rudimentary forms into diverse animals.
Camera: Nikon D50 Format: Digital Lens: 60mm Speed and F-Stop: 1/25 @ f/32
Weather Conditions: Indoors Time of Day: Unrecorded Lighting Techniques: Natural light