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This image was originally featured in the Hetzel edition of 20000 Lieues Sous les Mers, and has also been featured in more recent editions (this particular instance was scanned in a recent edition). The images were originally drawn by Alphonse de Neuville and Edouard Riou. They are now the public domain, since their Droit d'auteur is expired.

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