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Common European viper

A species of venomous snakes widespread in Europe. Its bite is rarely fatal to humans.

Freshwater fishes

Many freshwater fishes are also popular as food.

Emperor penguin

Penguins are birds living in the Antarctic and adapted to cold temperature and swimming.

Blue whale

Marine mammals, the largest known animals to have ever existed.

Quetzalcoatlus, a giant pterosaur

Quetzalcoatlus was one of the largest known flying animals of all time.

Pteranodon longiceps

A prehistoric flying reptile, similar to birds. However, there is no direct evolutionary link between the two.

Niche

In ecology, a niche is a term describing the way of life of a species.

Arctic tern

The Arctic tern is famous for its long migration route: it flies from the Arctic to the Antarctic and back again each year.

Spider silk, spider web

While the density of spider silk is less than that of nylon filaments, its tensile strength is greater than that of steel.

Scots pine

One of the most common tree of the pine family, native to Eurasia.

Permian flora and fauna

This 3D scene presents the flora and fauna of the last period of the Palaeozoic Era.

The structure of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells

There are two basic cell types: prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.

American bison

The American bison is the largest land animal in North America.

Axolotl

The axolotl, also known as Mexican salamander, is an amphibian species that keeps its gills even in adulthood.

Edible nightshades

Many of the most important food crops we consume belong to the family of nightshades.

Apple tree

The apple is one of the most popular fruits around the world.

Monsters of the Palaeozoic: sea scorpions

Eurypterids are an extinct group of Palaeozoic aquatic arthropods.

Reed and bulrush

Cosmopolitan monocots inhabiting watersides.

Stag beetle

With the example of the stag beetle we demonstrate how insects' muscles function, how insects fly and how they reproduce.

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