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Many Taxa - Psalm 104 biodiversity

This is an attempt to illustrate Psalm 104:24-25, which says:


Psalm 104:24 Yahweh, how many are your works!

In wisdom have you made them all.

The earth is full of your riches.

25 There is the sea, great and wide,

in which are innumerable living things,

both small and large animals.

(World English Bible, public domain.)


See the Psalm 104 biodiversity project set, in the list of sets and groups to the right, for more such work, if you wish to.


Taxa is the plural of taxon, which, as the Wikipedia says, is a term for a similar group of organisms, used by taxonomists. A genus, a class, or a phylum would each be a taxon.


This was created using CorelDraw, which has a powerclip feature, which enables the user to place a picture into a container -- in this case, the 16 letters I used.


The animals are an unidentified fish, and some unidentified sea anemones.


Thanks for looking!

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Uploaded on November 1, 2011