Don’t touch that! An employee’s hands over an illustration of the Portuguese man o’ war. 
From p. 8 of Gatherings of a Naturalist in Australia by George Bennett (1860). Original from Oxford University. Digitized September 11, 2006.

Don’t touch that! An employee’s hands over an illustration of the Portuguese man o’ war

From p. 8 of Gatherings of a Naturalist in Australia by George Bennett (1860). Original from Oxford University. Digitized September 11, 2006.

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    my favorite’s this one (cf.:) and since this is an incomplete scan (never trust google): this + this seem to be complete
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    Probably this is the hand of an oxford university undergrad. I wouldn’t call it slave labor. When I was at IU google...
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    the most beautiful instance I’ve seen accidentally revealing the (too close to slave) labor behind bringing you your...
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