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The Time Machine (1895) by H. G. Wells is seen by some as an early instance of speculative evolution and has been cited as an inspiration by later cre
The Time Machine (1895) by H. G. Wells is seen by some as an early instance of speculative evolution and has been cited as an inspiration by later creators within the field.
A four-armed "Green Martian" riding a "thoat" from Edgar Rice Burroughs's Barsoom, a fictional version of the planet Mars. Illustration by James Allen
A four-armed "Green Martian" riding a "thoat" from Edgar Rice Burroughs's Barsoom, a fictional version of the planet Mars. Illustration by James Allen St. John (1920).
A mock taxidermy of a rhinograde, using its nasorium to catch fish. Rhinogrades, created by Gerolf Steiner in 1957, are one of the earliest concrete e
A mock taxidermy of a rhinograde, using its nasorium to catch fish. Rhinogrades, created by Gerolf Steiner in 1957, are one of the earliest concrete examples of speculative zoology.
Author Dougal Dixon with a model of a "Strida", one of the creatures featured in his 2010 book Greenworld.
Author Dougal Dixon with a model of a "Strida", one of the creatures featured in his 2010 book Greenworld.
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Boris Karloff in James Whale's 1931 film Frankenstein, based on Mary Shelley's 1818 novel. The monster is created by an unorthodox biology experiment.
Boris Karloff in James Whale's 1931 film Frankenstein, based on Mary Shelley's 1818 novel. The monster is created by an unorthodox biology experiment.
Jack London's 1912 The Scarlet Plague (reprinted in 1949) takes place after an uncontrollable epidemic.
Jack London's 1912 The Scarlet Plague (reprinted in 1949) takes place after an uncontrollable epidemic.
Naomi Alderman's 2016 novel The Power imagines that women have electric organs like those of the electric eel, Electrophorus electricus, creating powe
Naomi Alderman's 2016 novel The Power imagines that women have electric organs like those of the electric eel, Electrophorus electricus, creating powerful electric fields with modified muscles. The pits along the electric eel's body are lateral line organs, used to detect prey by sensing small vibrations.
A 1990s gargoyle at Paisley Abbey resembling a Xenomorph parasitoid from Alien
A 1990s gargoyle at Paisley Abbey resembling a Xenomorph parasitoid from Alien