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Images Dated 15th June 2004

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EARTHWORM - mass Featured 15 Jun 2004 Image

EARTHWORM - mass

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EARTHWORM - mass
Andy Teare
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© ? Andy Teare/ardea.com

Aggregation, Earth Worm, Earthworms, Europe, European, Group, Groups, Halloween, In Garden, Insect, Insects, Mass, Masses, Seasonal, Segment, Segments, Shiny, Slimy, United Kingdom, Wild Life, Worm, Worms

Ebola virus, TEM Featured 15 Jun 2004 Image

Ebola virus, TEM

Ebola virus. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of the extrusion (release) of an Ebola virus (red) from a host cell (green). This filovirus, which causes Ebola fever, removes part of the host cell membrane (pink/blue, centre) as it leaves, ensuring that the host's defences do not recognise it as foreign. Ebola is contracted by handling material from infected animals, or through contact with the body fluids of infected patients. It causes a fever, severe haemorrhaging and central nervous system damage. There is no cure, but most victims recover if given good supportive therapy. Magnification unknown

© LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE & TROPICAL MEDICINE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

AUSTRALIA - Lower Lawn Hill Gorge Featured 15 Jun 2004 Image

AUSTRALIA - Lower Lawn Hill Gorge

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AUSTRALIA - Lower Lawn Hill Gorge
Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park, Gulf of Carpentaria, Queensland. Australia
Breeding habitat of Freshwater Crocodiles, Crocodylus johnstoni. The red sandstone cliffs are of extreme antiquity, having been laid down in a seabed about 1, 560 million years ago in Proterozoic times before the evolution of life forms beyond bacteria and algal-like stromatolites. Though in a semi arid climate now, the gorge supports lush gallery forest and wildlife due to the permanent waters flowing from limestone deposits upstream.
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© Wayne Lawler/ardea.com