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Fly on Rafflesia flower - Bukit Barisan Selatan SumatraFly on Rafflesia flower - Bukit Barisan Selatan SumatraFly on Rafflesia flower - Bukit Barisan Selatan Sumatra© Nicolas Cegalerba / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Detail of Rafflesia flower - Bukit Barisan Selatan SumatraDetail of Rafflesia flower - Bukit Barisan Selatan SumatraDetail of Rafflesia flower - Bukit Barisan Selatan Sumatra© Nicolas Cegalerba / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Rafflesia flower - Bukit Barisan Selatan Sumatra IndonesiaRafflesia flower - Bukit Barisan Selatan Sumatra IndonesiaRafflesia flower - Bukit Barisan Selatan Sumatra Indonesia© Nicolas Cegalerba / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Rafflesia bud - Bukit Barisan Selatan SumatraRafflesia bud - Bukit Barisan Selatan SumatraRafflesia bud - Bukit Barisan Selatan Sumatra© Nicolas Cegalerba / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Rafflesia opening - Bukit Barisan Selatan SumatraRafflesia opening - Bukit Barisan Selatan SumatraRafflesia opening - Bukit Barisan Selatan Sumatra© Nicolas Cegalerba / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Rafflesia flower Indonesia Sumatra BukittingiRafflesia flower Indonesia Sumatra BukittingiRafflesia flower Indonesia Sumatra Bukittingi© Antoine Boureau / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Man et Rafflesia in Asia ; Rafflesia is the biggest flower in the worldMan et Rafflesia in AsiaMan et Rafflesia in Asia ; Rafflesia is the biggest flower in the world© Alain Compost / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Rafflesia newly opened in the Bukit Barisan Selatan NP ; Rafflesia biggest flower in the world, decomposing after 3 days.Rafflesia newly opened in the Bukit Barisan Selatan NPRafflesia newly opened in the Bukit Barisan Selatan NP ; Rafflesia biggest flower in the world, decomposing after 3 days.© Alain Compost / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Rafflesia with leaf insect climbing Bukit Barisan Selatan NP ; Rafflesia is the biggest flower in the world, decomposing after 3 days.Rafflesia with leaf insect climbing Bukit Barisan Selatan NPRafflesia with leaf insect climbing Bukit Barisan Selatan NP ; Rafflesia is the biggest flower in the world, decomposing after 3 days.© Alain Compost / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Flower Rafflesia Bukit Barisan Selatan Sumatra IndonesiaFlower Rafflesia Bukit Barisan Selatan Sumatra IndonesiaFlower Rafflesia Bukit Barisan Selatan Sumatra Indonesia© Cyril Ruoso / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia  ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.  “A Kiss from Sumatra…”Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world. “A Kiss from Sumatra…”
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Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia  ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.  “A Kiss from Sumatra…”Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world. “A Kiss from Sumatra…”
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Thierry Boisgard and his Rafflésia in a flower massif ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.  “A Kiss from Sumatra…”Thierry Boisgard and his Rafflésia in a flower massifThierry Boisgard and his Rafflésia in a flower massif ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world. “A Kiss from Sumatra…”
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Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia  ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.  “A Kiss from Sumatra…”Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world. “A Kiss from Sumatra…”
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Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia  ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.  “A Kiss from Sumatra…”Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world. “A Kiss from Sumatra…”
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Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia  ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.  “A Kiss from Sumatra…”Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world. “A Kiss from Sumatra…”
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Coloration of a sculpture of Rafflesia full scale ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.Coloration of a sculpture of Rafflesia full scaleColoration of a sculpture of Rafflesia full scale ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.
© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Coloration of a sculpture of Rafflesia full scale ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.Coloration of a sculpture of Rafflesia full scaleColoration of a sculpture of Rafflesia full scale ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.
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Bouton d'une fleur de Rafflésia Sumatra IndonésieBouton d'une fleur de Rafflésia Sumatra IndonésieBouton d'une fleur de Rafflésia Sumatra Indonésie© Alain Compost / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eclosion d'une fleur de Rafflésia Sumatra IndonésieEclosion d'une fleur de Rafflésia Sumatra IndonésieEclosion d'une fleur de Rafflésia Sumatra Indonésie© Alain Compost / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Man showing a Rafflesia flower Sumatra IndonesiaMan showing a Rafflesia flower Sumatra IndonesiaMan showing a Rafflesia flower Sumatra Indonesia© Alain Compost / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Man showing a Rafflesia flower Sumatra Indonesia

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Toupaye commune à l'intérieur d'une fleur de Rafflésia ; Mange des graines. Ouest de SumatraToupaye commune à l'intérieur d'une fleur de RafflésiaToupaye commune à l'intérieur d'une fleur de Rafflésia ; Mange des graines. Ouest de Sumatra© Alain Compost / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Toupaye commune à l'intérieur d'une fleur de Rafflésia ; Chassant un Hyménoptère attiré par la fleur géante. Ouest de SumatraToupaye commune à l'intérieur d'une fleur de RafflésiaToupaye commune à l'intérieur d'une fleur de Rafflésia ; Chassant un Hyménoptère attiré par la fleur géante. Ouest de Sumatra© Alain Compost / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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