菲利普-亨利-高斯（Philip Henry Gosse）在19世紀成長並探索多塞特郡普爾（Poole）周圍的海洋生物，將他的發現按比例繪製成圖。
他想出了 "水族館 "這個詞，並於1853年在倫敦攝政公園創建了第一個玻璃公共水族館。
A mural to celebrate a marine biologist has been painted on the side of a shop in a coastal town.
Philip Henry Gosse grew up and explored the sea-life around Poole, Dorset, in the 1800s, creating scale drawings of his finds.
He came up with the word "aquarium" and created the first glass public aquarium in Regent's Park in London in 1853.
The artwork, spanning three storeys on 58 High Street, is set to be unveiled later.
Depicting a fish, a crab and a jellyfish, it has been painted over four days by local artist Ricky Also.
He said: "Gosse created so much beautiful artwork it was easy to piece it together to create a new composition for the wall.
"By recreating Gosse's artworks, as true to his as possible but at a scale they have never been seen before, we're showing them in an environment that is as alien as they would have appeared to human audiences when first published."
A blue plaque was unveiled at Skinner Street Church, near his former home, to commemorate Gosse in 2021.