Gerard Krefft with the newly discovered manta ray, Manta alfredi, in the museum's courtyard in 1869. This photograph was part of a series of images in which Krefft posed with the manta ray, which were sent to Prince Alfred with the request for permission to name the species after him. Photographer: Henry Barnes
The Australian Museum Shop is proud to be offering a range of prints featured in the Australian Museum's touring exhibition 'Capturing Nature'. For more information on the Capturing Nature exhibition, please click here.
High quality archival image presented on 330gsm cotton rag paper ready to frame. Available in 3 sizes.
Due to the irregular aspect ratio of this photograph, please note that the image will be scaled in the most appropriate manner to the paper size selected.