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Images Dated 21st September 2004

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Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Ford Anglia 100E, 1959, Blue, light

Ford Anglia 100E, 1959, Blue, light
Ford Anglia 100E 1959 Blue light

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Spur-thighed Tortoise

Spur-thighed Tortoise
WAT-993 Spur-Thighed TORTOISE Testudo Graeca Distribution:s Europe,s W and W Asia, N W Africa and Mediterranean M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

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Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Human heart

Human heart, computer artwork. Human heart surrounded by barbed wire electrocardiogram (ECG) traces. The barbed wire traces may represent cardiovascular disease and poor cardiac health

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Lionfish

Lionfish (Pterois volitans). This fish has poisonous spines in its fins. The sting is extremely painful, but is unlikely to be fatal to a human. Photographed in Irian Jaya, Indonesia

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Blue triggerfish

Blue triggerfish (Pseudobalistes fuscus). Photographed in the Red Sea, Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Paris, France

Paris, France
Ceiling of the Galeries Lafayette, Paris, France

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Paris, France

Paris, France
The Eiffel Tower in Paris, France

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: 1999 Brazilian Grand Prix

1999 Brazilian Grand Prix
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Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: 2004 DTM Championship brno

2004 DTM Championship brno
2004 DTM Championship Brno, Czech Republic. 18th - 19th September. Stefan Mucke (Persson Motorsport Mercedes CLK) passes the spinning cars of Frank Biela (Joest Audi A4)

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Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: open-uri20120928-21978-175f5bq

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Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Savanna Hawk, Buteogallus meridionalis

Savanna Hawk, Buteogallus meridionalis

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Map Of World Circa. 1760. From 'Atlas De Toutes Les Parties Connues Du Globe Terrestre 'By

Map Of World Circa. 1760. From "Atlas De Toutes Les Parties Connues Du Globe Terrestre "By Cartographer
Map Of World Circa.1760. From " Atlas De Toutes Les Parties Connues Du Globe Terrestre " By Cartographer Rigobert Bonne. Published Geneva Circa. 1760

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Indonesia, Eggs Can Be Seen Through The Translucent Flesh Of This Alcyonarian Coral (Dendronephthya)

Indonesia, Eggs Can Be Seen Through The Translucent Flesh Of This Alcyonarian Coral (Dendronephthya)

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: FIA GT Championship: Rob Schirle / David Warnock / Richard Dean Cirtek Motorsport Ford Saleen

FIA GT Championship: Rob Schirle / David Warnock / Richard Dean Cirtek Motorsport Ford Saleen Mustang
Rob Schirle (GBR) / David Warnock (GBR) / Richard Dean (GBR) Cirtek Motorsport Ford Saleen Mustang. FIA GT Championship, Rd8, Donington Park, England, 14 September 1997

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Ringed Teal - captive

Ringed Teal - captive
WAT-12653 Ringed Teal - captive Callonetta leucophrys M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Yellow-legged Gull flying, Larus michahellis

Yellow-legged Gull flying, Larus michahellis

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Yellow-legged Gull flying, Larus michahellis

Yellow-legged Gull flying, Larus michahellis

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Owl Butterfly (Caligo Idomeneus) Resting On Trunk, Niagara Butterfly Conservatory, Niagara Falls

Owl Butterfly (Caligo Idomeneus) Resting On Trunk, Niagara Butterfly Conservatory, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Bastogne Belgium Horse-drawn carts with civilians

Bastogne Belgium Horse-drawn carts with civilians

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Close-up mans hands resting on Holy Bible

Close-up mans hands resting on Holy Bible

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Coloured SEM of foraminiferan, Spirolina sp

Coloured SEM of foraminiferan, Spirolina sp
Foraminiferan shell. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the test (shell) of the Mediterranean foraminiferan, Spirolina areitinus

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Argentina Pampa, Salado Depression, Province of Buenos Aires

Argentina Pampa, Salado Depression, Province of Buenos Aires
BLT-333 ARGENTINA - Pampa River, Salado Depression. Province of Buenos Aires. Yves Bilat

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Coral shrimp

Coral shrimp (Vir philippinensis) on the bubble- covered tentacles of a bubble coral (Pterogyra sinuosa). This shrimp is found exclusively amongst the tentacles and bubbles of this coral

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Emperor shrimp on a sea cucumber

Emperor shrimp on a sea cucumber
Emperor shrimp (Periclimenes imperator) on the skin of a sea cucumber. The emperor shrimp hitches rides on larger animals for protection from predators

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Freshwater crayfish

Freshwater crayfish, or yabby (Cherax destructor). This crustacean inhabits swamps and rivers in eastern Australia. It is valued for its meat

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Colemans shrimp on a sea urchin

Colemans shrimp on a sea urchin
Colemans shrimp (Periclimenes colemani) on the body of a venomous sea urchin (Asthenosoma varium). This shrimp is found exclusively on this sea urchin

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Durban hingebeak shrimps

Durban hingebeak shrimps (Rhynchocinetes durbanensis). Photographed in the Andaman Sea, Thailand

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Durban hingebeak shrimps

Durban hingebeak shrimps (Rhynchocinetes durbanensis). Photographed in the Andaman Sea, Thailand

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Coral reef

Coral reef
Corals. The large flat corals are table corals (Acropora sp.). Photographed on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Day octopus

Day octopus (Octopus cyanea). This octopus is also known as the common reef octopus. Photographed in the Andaman Sea, Thailand

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Starfish skin

Starfish skin. Close-up of patterns on the skin of a cushion starfish (Culcita novaeguineae). Photographed in Borneo, Indonesia

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Giant triton shell

Giant triton shell (Charonia tritonis) feeding on a starfish. Photographed in the Red Sea, Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Day octopus

Day octopus (Octopus cyanea). This octopus is also known as the common reef octopus. Photographed in the Andaman Sea, Thailand

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Starfish skin

Starfish skin. Close-up of patterns on the skin of a cushion starfish (Culcita novaeguineae). Photographed in Borneo, Indonesia

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Day octopus

Day octopus (Octopus cyanea). This octopus is also known as the common reef octopus. Photographed in the Andaman Sea, Thailand

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Sea slug

Sea slug, or nudibranch, on the seabed. This sea slug (Hypselodoris, or Chromodoris, bullockii) has two rhinophores (upper left) that it uses to detect chemicals in the water

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Starfish regenerating a new body

Starfish regenerating a new body
Starfish growing a new body. The large arm (upper right) was severed from the body of a mature starfish. If the victim survived the injury, it will have grown a new arm

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Day octopus

Day octopus (Octopus cyanea) camouflaged on a coral reef. This octopus, also known as the common reef octopus, can change its colour to match its surroundings

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Starfish skin

Starfish skin. Close-up of patterns on the skin of a cushion starfish (Culcita novaeguineae). Photographed in Borneo, Indonesia

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Peacock feathers

Peacock feathers. The peacock is the male blue peafowl (Pavo cristatus). Only the male has the showy train of feathers, which it uses in mating displays to females

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Peacock

Peacock displaying. The peacock is the male blue peafowl (Pavo cristatus). Only the male has the showy train of feathers, which it uses in mating displays to females

Background imageImages Dated 21st September 2004: Swan

Swan
Mute swan (Cygnus olor) on a foggy morning Photographed in Regents Park, London, UK



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