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Images Dated 30th June 2004

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Mammoth bone hut Featured 30 Jun 2004 Image

Mammoth bone hut

Mammoth bone hut. Archaeologists inside a reconstruction of a hut made from bones and tusks of the woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius). The walls of the hut are almost entirely composed of mammoth bones, supported by a framework of wooden branches and supporting struts. This hut dates from between 45, 000 and 10, 000 years ago in the Palaeolithic period (Stone Age). It was found in Mezhirich in the Ukraine. The archaeologists are using mammoth bones as percussion instruments, as they believe the original inhabitants of the hut would have done. Photographed in 1976

© RIA NOVOSTI / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Black-Necked STORK - side view Featured 30 Jun 2004 Image

Black-Necked STORK - side view

JPF-12663
Black-Necked STORK - side view
Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus
The Black-necked stork is called a Jabiru in Australia
(formerly Xenorhynchus asiaticus)
Jean Paul Ferrero
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© Jean-Paul Ferrero/ardea.com

Large water lilies, Nymphaea Featured 30 Jun 2004 Image

Large water lilies, Nymphaea

A large colony of flowering water lily, Nymphaea sp., on the surface of a lake. The leaves and flowers of water lilies rise from a thick rootstock, held securely in the mud at the bottom of the shallow lake by long, tough roots. The leaves are round or heart-shaped with a shiny, leathery upper surface. They float on the surface of the water, except where overcrowding forces them upward. Photographed on Beaver Lake, British Columbia, Canada

© David Nunuk/Science Photo Library