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Jan 2, 2017 6:03 AM CST
Hey! I'm a veterinary student at Texas A&M and I am about to start my toxicology course. I plan to produce a review of all the toxins that we learn, and I wish for it to include beautiful images of every toxin. I do not have any immediate plans to make a profit on the review, but I would like to set a foundation for possibly publishing and selling in the future. What is your website's policy on citation and use of images? Thank you for your help and time.
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Jan 2, 2017 6:13 AM CST


Hi and welcome!

@dave is probably the best person to answer this, but my understanding is that all images uploaded to the site usually have all rights reserved by default. Some people may choose to upload them under Creative Commons, etc. My guess would be that it is best to contact the person who has uploaded the image (and is typically the owner of it) and request permission to use it from them.
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