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Images Dated 6th May 2004

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Choose from 79 pictures in our Images Dated 6th May 2004 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Ostrich - Legs & feet Featured 6 May 2004 Print

Ostrich - Legs & feet

Ostrich - Legs & feet
Strutio camelus
Kenneth W Fink
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Kenneth W.Fink/

Africa, African, Anatomy, Bird, Claws, Feet, Flight Less, Legs, Nail, Nails, Ostrich, Ostriches, Single, Skin, Toe, Toes, Wild Life

An F-15E Strike Eagle pops flares during a combat sortie Featured 6 May 2004 Print

An F-15E Strike Eagle pops flares during a combat sortie

Balad Air Base, Iraq, May 6, 2004 - An F-15E Strike Eagle pops flares during a combat sortie in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom

© Stocktrek Images

Action, Aerial View, Air Force, Air Superiority Fighter, Airborne, Aircraft, Airplane, Aviation, Color Image, Combat, Day, F 15, F 15 Eagle, F 15 Strike Eagle, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Flare, Flight, Flying, Ground Attack Aircraft, Horizontal, Jet, Jetfighter, Military, No People, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Outdoors, Photography, Plane, Releasing, Single Object, Speed, Strike Fighter, Transportation, Us Air Force, Us Armed Forces

Professor Alec Jeffreys Featured 6 May 2004 Print

Professor Alec Jeffreys

Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys (born 1950), English molecular biologist and discoverer of DNA fingerprinting. He is holding up autoradiograms of DNA fingerprints. Professor Jeffreys developed the technique of DNA fingerprinting in 1984 at the Department of Genetics at the University of Leicester. A DNA fingerprint is a unique genetic sequence that identifies any individual, human or animal, from a tiny sample of tissue such as blood, hair, or sperm. Its many uses include the identification and conviction of criminals, and the proving of family relationships, such as the paternity of a child. Only identical twins share the same DNA. Photographed in March 2004