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Images Dated 25th February 2004

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Ti Leaves after a morning rain. Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden, Kaneohe, Oahu, Hawaii Featured 25 Feb 2004 Print

Ti Leaves after a morning rain. Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden, Kaneohe, Oahu, Hawaii

© 2004, Bruce Behnke

Botanic, Botanic Garden, Botanical Garden, Bruce Behnke, Danita Delimont, Drip, Drop, Flora, Garden, Hawaii, Hoomaluhia, Kaneohe, Leaf, Leave, Moist, Nature, North America, Oahu, Plant, Rain, Rain Drop, Ti, Usa, Water Drip, Water Drop, Wet

USA, Alaska, Denali NP Peak fall colors; black spruce, bearberry and blueberry bushes Featured 25 Feb 2004 Print

USA, Alaska, Denali NP Peak fall colors; black spruce, bearberry and blueberry bushes

USA, Alaska, Denali NP Peak fall colors; black spruce, bearberry and blueberry bushes, dwarf birch

© Stuart Westmorland / Danita Delimont, Agent

Alaska, Aspen, Autumn, Bearberry, Birch, Black Spruce, Bush, Change, Color, Danita Delimont, Denali, Environment, Fall, Fall Color, Field, Flora, Green, Landscape, National Park, Nature, North America, Np, Orange, Park, Plant Life, Preserve, Public Land, Rf, Scenic, Season, Solitary, Spruce, Stuart Westmorland, Tree, Usa, Wilderness

Enhanced image of a Triceratops dinosaur skeleton Featured 25 Feb 2004 Print

Enhanced image of a Triceratops dinosaur skeleton

Triceratops. Computer enhanced image of the fossilised skeleton of a Triceratops dinosaur. Triceratops ("three-horned face") was a herbivore that grew up to 9 metres (m) long and weighed up to 6 tonnes; their skulls were up to 2m long. This powerful and heavily-built dinosaur was a formidable opponent for any predator. They defended themselves with horns, whilst a bony frill protected their neck. The frill had slots where large muscles for powering the creature's beak-like jaw were attached. Triceratops evolved only a few million years before dinosaurs became extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period (about 65 million years ago)

© MEHAU KULYK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY