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Science Images and Videos: Online Government Resources


Robert Hooke. Cellular structure of cork plant and cells of a honeycomb. 1665. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division.

Biology is the study of living organisms, and its emergence as a field goes back thousands of years to Aristotle, who observed local zoology and wrote several works on the subject. Throughout the subsequent millennia, the field of Biology has grown and branched into numerous specializations. The following are government image and video resources on the subject of biology. Resources that are not strictly from United States government agencies, but that host government images are denoted with an external link icon.