Wikipedia.org/***EVOLUTION-- Sir Richard Owen FRS KCB-- (1804-1892) was an English biologist, comparative anatomist and paleontologist. Despite being a controversial figure, Owen is generally considered to have been an outstanding naturalist with a remarkable gift for interpreting fossils. Owen produced a vast array of scientific work, but is probably best remembered today for coining the word Dinosauria (meaning "Terrible Reptile" or "Fearfully Great Reptile").

File:Richard Owen 1856 (Young Owen, would be like this at the party, not the creepy old ones.

Genetic Analysis Reveals Human Role in Moa’s Extinction | IFLScience extinct just 600 years ago, large bird. 1879

compendium-of-beasts: Sir Richard Owen with a giant moa (Dinornis maximus) skeleton, 1879

Richard Owen and his Gorgonops by Pelycosaur24

PART 1 Thomas Jefferson and his Ground Sloth PART 2 Mary Anning and her Ichthyosaur PART 3 Charles Darwin and his T. Richard Owen and his Gorgonops

Ornithorhynchus is the genus that the modern platypus belongs to. I assume it’s just a normal platypus disarticulated here. Anatomy of Vertebrates, vol. II. Birds and Mammals. Richard Owen, 1866.

Ornithorhynchus is the genus that the modern platypus belongs to. I assume it’s just a normal platypus disarticulated here. Anatomy of Vertebrates, vol. Birds and Mammals.

En esta ocasión os comentare quien fue el biólogo, paleontólogo y anatomista inglés, Richard Owen.     Richard Owen nació en Lancaster ...

En esta ocasión os comentare quien fue el biólogo, paleontólogo y anatomista inglés, Richard Owen. Richard Owen nació en Lancaster ...

July 20, 1804,  Richard Owen, the man who would first coin the word 'dinosaur', was born. Owen was an outstanding naturalist with a special gift for interpreting fossils. It was his campaign for a new home for the British Museum's natural history specimens which saw the South Kensington 'cathedral to nature' become a reality.  He is pictured here holding leg bones of a Moa, an extinct flightless bird from New Zealand. c. 1846.

Richard Owen coined the word Dinosauria in and established the British Museum of Natural History at South Kensington in

Richard Owen: Richard Owen

Richard Owen, naturalist, b. in wonderful layers of clothing (and a slightly insane gaze).

Sir Richard Owen (1804-1892) was an English biologist, comparative anatomist and paleontologist. Owen is generally considered to have been an outstanding naturalist with a remarkable gift for interpreting fossils.  He produced a vast array of scientific work, but is probably best remembered today for coining the word "Dinosauria" or "Dinosaur" (meaning "Terrible Reptile" or "Fearfully Great Reptile").

Sir Richard Owen (1804-1892) was an English biologist, comparative anatomist and paleontologist. Owen is generally considered to have been an outstanding naturalist with a remarkable gift for interpreting fossils. He produced a vast array of scientific work, but is probably best remembered today for coining the word "Dinosauria" or "Dinosaur" (meaning "Terrible Reptile" or "Fearfully Great Reptile").

On the anatomy of vertebrates... by Richard Owen,.... Volume 1 | 1866-1868

On the anatomy of vertebrates. by Richard Owen,.

"my name is james buchanan barnes, and the last thing i remember is dying" -winter soldier, the bitter march

Kate hugged me tightly, though angry, whispering over and over: "How could you?

Rovi Book: The Story Of A Man and His Magic by Richard Owen - Book

Rovi Book: The Story Of A Man and His Magic by Richard Owen - Book

Horizontal Section of the Tooth of a Labyrinthodont from Professor Richard Owen’s “Odontography”

mapsinchoate: “ Horizontal Section of the Tooth of a Labyrinthodont from Professor Richard Owen’s “Odontography" * {via hallucigenesis} ”

sir richard owen - Google Search

sir richard owen - Google Search

It’s been exactly two months since Richard Owen was born. He is a happy, healthy little man but my husband and I feel like we’ve been hit by a truck. I’m so amazed by how much we have muddled through. Here are some things we learned to make your first eight weeks easier...

It’s been exactly two months since Richard Owen was born. He is a happy, healthy little man but my husband and I feel like we’ve been hit by a truck. I’m so amazed by how much we have muddled through. Here are some things we learned to make your first eight weeks easier...

Pinterest
Search