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Images Dated 11th March 2004

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N.A., USA, Alaska, Iditarod Trail Doug Swinly races his dog sled in the 1994 Iditarod Featured 11 Mar 2004 Print

N.A., USA, Alaska, Iditarod Trail Doug Swinly races his dog sled in the 1994 Iditarod

N.A., USA, Alaska, Iditarod Trail Doug Swinly races his dog sled in the 1994 Iditarod sled race (Editorial Usage Only)

© Paul Souders / Danita Delimont, Agent

Alaska, Animal, Compete, Danita Delimont, Dog, Dog Sled, Event, Husky, Iditarod, Iditarod Trail, North America, Paul Souders, Race, Rf, Run, Season, Sled, Snow, Sport, Team, Tradition, Trail, Usa, Winter

River side lesson: Children of Holy Trinity Church of England School, Gravesend, Kent Featured 11 Mar 2004 Print

River side lesson: Children of Holy Trinity Church of England School, Gravesend, Kent

River side lesson: Children of Holy Trinity Church of England School, Gravesend, Kent, often have lessons on the River Thames.
23 June 1958

© John Topham / TopFoto

Model head of the dinosaur, Tyrannosaurus rex Featured 11 Mar 2004 Print

Model head of the dinosaur, Tyrannosaurus rex

Tyrannosaurus rex. Model head of the carnivorous dinosaur, Tyrannosaurus rex. Rows of dagger-like teeth line the open jaws of this life-size model as it prepares to attack its prey. Tyrannosaurus rex (the name translates to: "King of the terrible lizards") was one of the largest and most fear- some dinosaur predators. It lived during the Mesozoic period some 65-75 million years ago. As a two-legged carnivore it could pursue its prey by running on powerful hindlegs; its jaws and teeth were adapted for meat-eating and could inflict terrible wounds. Tyrannosaurus rex reached 12 metres in length. Photographed at the Natural History Museum, London

© DAVID PARKER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY