This page lists all content on our site that has been tagged with "Biology". You may find a variety of content here, from books, to exhibitions, to events. Book Smithsonian Libraries content listing by subject terms A study guide in general science and biology for the Smithsonian scientific series Image Gallery Smithsonian Libraries content listing by subject terms Adulto (ingrandito circa cinque volte) from Bollettino del Laboratorio di zoologia generale e agraria della R. Scuola superiore d'agricoltura in Portici. Brook trout; speckled trout, Salvelinus fontinalis from Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries. Caïmans ou Alligators du Mississipi from Jardin des Plantes, Muséum d'Histoire naturelle, Paris. Collared Peccary from The quadrupeds of North America. De Rhinocerote from Conradi Gesneri medici Tigurini Historiae animalium Lib. I. de quadrupedibus uiuiparis. Dolphin from The animal creation: a popular introduction to zoology. Educated Orang-Utans dining from New York Zoological Park. Erinaceus europaeus Linn from Die Säugthiere in Abbildungen nach der Natur, mit Beschreibungen. Fiddler (Gelasimus vocator) from The animal life of our seashore. Frogs from Biologia Centrali-Americana, Reptilia and Batrachia. Giant squid of the Newfoundland Banks. From a painting by Herbert B. Judy from Sea-shore life. Goldfish (Carassius auratus) from Annual report. Great Warty Newt from Our reptiles and batrachians. Horseshoe crab from The animal life of our seashore. Killer Whale (Orca gladiator) from Bulletin - United States National Museum. Lacerta Chamaeleon from Musei Leveriani explicatio, anglica et latina. Male elephant seal sixteen feet long from Zoological Society bulletin. Napœa frequens Actoris from Sammlung exotischer Schmetterlinge. Oregon Flying Squirrel from The quadrupeds of North America. Pileated Woodpecker from Bird guide. pt. 2, Land birds east of the Rockies, from parrots to bluebirds. Portrait of Aristotle from Scientific Identity: Portraits from the Dibner Library of History and Technology. Reptilia from Herpetology. Tadpoles. Pelobates, Bufo, Hyla from The tailless batrachians of Europe. The author emerging from a cave at Oeno Atoll with two Whitetip Reef Sharks from Atoll research bulletin. The California Gray Whale (Rhachianectes glaucus) from The marine mammals of the north-western coast of North America, described and illustrated; together with an account of the American whale-fishery. Thylacine from Guide to the Gardens of the Zoological Society of London. Whale shark (Rhincodon typus) Florida from Zoological Society bulletin.