"Bones of the fore foot of existing Perissodactyle. Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros Sumairensis)." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Perissodactyle

"Bones of the fore foot of existing Perissodactyle. Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros Sumairensis)." —The…

Phalanges of right second toe, plantar surface.

Phalanges of Second Toe

Phalanges of right second toe, plantar surface.

The claw of a rooster.

Rooster Claw

The claw of a rooster.

A close-toed sandal.

Sandal

A close-toed sandal.

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

Greek Sandal

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

Greek Sandal

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

Greek Sandal

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

Greek Sandal

A sandal worn in Ancient Greece.

A sandal worn in Ancient Rome. This sandal is different from Greek sandals because it has a vamp, or upper support.

Roman Sandal

A sandal worn in Ancient Rome. This sandal is different from Greek sandals because it has a vamp, or…

The left scaphoid. A. Anterior external view. B. Posterior internal view.

Scaphoid

The left scaphoid. A. Anterior external view. B. Posterior internal view.

"The seal, adapted principally for water. The extremities are larger than in the porpoise and manatee."—Pettigrew, 1874

The Seal

"The seal, adapted principally for water. The extremities are larger than in the porpoise and manatee."—Pettigrew,…

"Foot of the seal, which opens and closes in the act of natation, the organ being folded upon itself during the non-effective or return stroke, and expanded during the effective or forward stroke. Due advantage is taken of this arrangement by the seal when swimming, the animal rotating on its long axis, so as to present the lower portion of the body and the feet obliquely to the water during the return stroke, and the flat, or the greatest available surface of both, during the effective or forward stroke."—Pettigrew, 1874

Foot of Seal

"Foot of the seal, which opens and closes in the act of natation, the organ being folded upon itself…

The foot of a tiger with a sheathed claw.

Sheathed Tiger Foot

The foot of a tiger with a sheathed claw.

"A sensible shoe." — Ritchie, 1918

Shoe

"A sensible shoe." — Ritchie, 1918

This is the fastening for a shoe, A shoe is an item of footwear evolved at first to protect the human foot and later, additionally, as an item of decoration in itself.

Shoe Fastener Device

This is the fastening for a shoe, A shoe is an item of footwear evolved at first to protect the human…

This early model shoe, is a footwear clothing item evolved at first to protect the human foot and later, additionally as an item of decoration.

Early Model Shoe

This early model shoe, is a footwear clothing item evolved at first to protect the human foot and later,…

The outsole is the layer in direct contact with the ground. Dress shoes have leather outsoles; casual or work-oriented shoes have outsoles made of natural rubber or a synthetic imitation. The outsole may comprise a single piece, or may comprise separate pieces of different materials.

Wooden Soles for Shoes

The outsole is the layer in direct contact with the ground. Dress shoes have leather outsoles; casual…

The part of the limb upon which an animal stands when resting. A comparison of the foot in various animals brings out many interesting modifications.

Skeletal Feet

The part of the limb upon which an animal stands when resting. A comparison of the foot in various animals…

"Anatomy of the Snail: a, the mouth; bb, foot; c, anus; dd, lung; e, stomach, covered above by the salivary glands; ff, intestine; g, liver; h, heart; i, aorta; j, gastric artery; l, hepatic artery; k, artery of the foot; mm, abdominal cavity, supplying the place of a cenous sinus; nn, irregular canal in communication with the abdominal cavaty, and carrying the blood to the lung; oo, vessel carrying the blood from the lung to the heart." — Chambers, 1881

Snail Anatomy

"Anatomy of the Snail: a, the mouth; bb, foot; c, anus; dd, lung; e, stomach, covered above by the salivary…

A pond snail creeping. The largest part extending from the shell is the foot.

Pond Snail

A pond snail creeping. The largest part extending from the shell is the foot.

A pond snail creeping. The largest part extending from the shell is the foot. The proboscis is in the center.

Pond Snail

A pond snail creeping. The largest part extending from the shell is the foot. The proboscis is in the…

"When an arm or a leg is broken, it should be kept stretched out straight so that the sharp, broken ends of the bone will not cut the muscles, nerves, and blood vessels of the limb. If the person must be moved, wrap a pillow, coat, or blanket about the injured member, using sticks or something else stiff enough to keep it from bending." — Ritchie, 1918

Splint

"When an arm or a leg is broken, it should be kept stretched out straight so that the sharp, broken…

Illustration showing a survey on the lake front in Chicago with distances and angle measures shown.

Survey of Lake Front in Chicago

Illustration showing a survey on the lake front in Chicago with distances and angle measures shown.

"Swan, in the act of swimming, the right foot being fully expanded and about to give the effective stroke, which is delivered outwards, downwards and backwards, as represented at r of fig. 50; the left foot being closed, and about to make the return stroke, as shown at s of fig. 50. In rapid swimming, the swan flexes its legs simultaneously and somewhat slowly; it then vigorously extends them."—Pettigrew, 1874

Swimming Swan

"Swan, in the act of swimming, the right foot being fully expanded and about to give the effective stroke,…

Thor defeats a frost giant, Hrungnir. But as he falls, his club hits Thor, causing him to fall too. He is stuck under Hrungnir's foot.

Thor Stuck Under Hrungnir's Foot

Thor defeats a frost giant, Hrungnir. But as he falls, his club hits Thor, causing him to fall too.…

One of the small members which form the extremity of the foot.

Toe

One of the small members which form the extremity of the foot.

An illustration of a human toes.

Toes

An illustration of a human toes.

Section at the base of the right toes.

Cross Section Through the Base of the Toes

Section at the base of the right toes.

An unsheathed foot of a tiger.

Unsheathed Tiger Foot

An unsheathed foot of a tiger.

The foot of a Green Woodpecker, a bird belonging to the Scansores order. Scansores is an order of birds, popularly known as climbing birds. The most important of the families are the cuckoos, the woodpeckers and wry-necks, the parrots, the toucans, the trogons, the barbets, and the plantain-eaters.

Foot of a Green Woodpecker

The foot of a Green Woodpecker, a bird belonging to the Scansores order. Scansores is an order of birds,…

Illustration showing that one foot is one third of a yard.

Yard And Foot

Illustration showing that one foot is one third of a yard.