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Images Dated 6th January 2005

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Choose from 77 pictures in our Images Dated 6th January 2005 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.


Black & White Cat - singing into microphone Featured 6 Jan 2005 Print

Black & White Cat - singing into microphone

Black & White Cat - singing into microphone on hind legs Digital Manipulation: Mic JD Black & White Cat - singing into microphone on hind legs Digital Manipulation: Mic JD

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Action, Animal, Animals, Back, Background, Black, Breeds, Captionable, Cat, Cats, Digital, Digitally, Domestic, Hind, Legs, Mammal, Mammals, Manipulated, Manipulation, Music, Pet, Pets, Plain, Single, Standing, Upright, White

JML05537 Featured 6 Jan 2005 Print

JML05537

European cat (Felis catus) ginger colour, washing itself (nether part); white background

© Jean-Michel Labat/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

European Cat Felis Catus Ginger Colour, Washing Itself Nether, Washing Itself Nether P, Washing Itself Nether Part, White Background Domestic Animal Animals Pet Pets

Formation of the Moon Featured 6 Jan 2005 Print

Formation of the Moon

Moon formation. Artwork of the formation of the Moon according to the giant impact theory. This is the most widely accepted theory of the Moon's formation. It says that an object about the size of Mars collided with the Earth around 4.6 billion years ago (upper left). Material from the outer layers of both bodies would have been thrown into orbit around the Earth, forming a ring. This then coalesced to form the Moon (lower right). This theory explains many features of the Moon, such as the lack of volatile substances in its rocks (due to the intense heat generated by the impact) and its lack of an iron core (since it formed from rocky surface material)

© GARY HINCKS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY