Also known as the old-wife, the long-tailed duck measures about seventeen inches, not including its characteristically long tail-feathers. It is common in both Europe and the United States.

Long-Tailed Duck

Also known as the old-wife, the long-tailed duck measures about seventeen inches, not including its…

"Two feet long, with the under jaw greatly protruded; it swims near the surface; bites at a hook; makes violent resistance when drawn up, and emits a strong smell when just taken." — Goodrich, 1859

Gar

"Two feet long, with the under jaw greatly protruded; it swims near the surface; bites at a hook; makes…

"Little openings (Haversian canals) are seen, and around them are arranged rings of bone with little dark spaces (<em>lacunae</em>), from which branch out fine dark lines (<em>analiculi</em>)." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Cross-section from a shaft of a long bone

"Little openings (Haversian canals) are seen, and around them are arranged rings of bone with little…

The long-billed parrot (<em>nestor productus</em>) is thought to be the connecting link between parrots and cockatoos. It is native to Australia and Norfolk Island.

Long-Billed Parrot

The long-billed parrot (nestor productus) is thought to be the connecting link between parrots…

A species of radish.

Long Scarlet Radish

A species of radish.

Long and short work. Saxon Architecture is the earliest stage of native English architecture, its period being from the conversion of England to Christianity till the conquest or near it, when Norman architecture began to prevail.

Long and Short Saxon Architecture

Long and short work. Saxon Architecture is the earliest stage of native English architecture, its period…

A wide-creeping fern with long reddish-brown fronds, which grow to be approximately 1 foot in length. They are usually found in New Zealand.

Pteris Scaberula

A wide-creeping fern with long reddish-brown fronds, which grow to be approximately 1 foot in length.…

"With a long main-line and many instruments in circuit, the resistance may be so great as to render the main-battery current so feeble that it cannot operate the sounder with sufficient energy to render the signals distinctly audible. This difficulty is met by introducing a 'local battery,' and a 'relay' at each station on the line." -Avery 1895

Telegraph Relay

"With a long main-line and many instruments in circuit, the resistance may be so great as to render…

The most noted of the titmice, the long-tailed titmouse is about five and a half inches in length, half of which is made up of its tail. In America, titmice are known as chickadees.

Long-Tailed Titmouse

The most noted of the titmice, the long-tailed titmouse is about five and a half inches in length, half…

"One of the steel implements may be secured to a long handle; or the blade of a broken trowel may be utilized in the same way." &mdash; Baily, 1898

Long-handled trowel

"One of the steel implements may be secured to a long handle; or the blade of a broken trowel may be…

A man with long legs dancing for a boy in a sailor outfit.

Weedy and Long Was He

A man with long legs dancing for a boy in a sailor outfit.