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Images Dated 1st June 2005

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Sought-after false hadra (Euhadra quaesita) Featured 1 Jun 2005 Print

Sought-after false hadra (Euhadra quaesita)

Sought-after false hadra (Euhadra quaesita), While the shells of most land snails spiral to the right, this is a sinistral species with the shell spiralling to the left. Movement between hydrangea leaves sequence, 2/5. Japan

Australia-Tourism-Harbour Bridge Featured 1 Jun 2005 Print

Australia-Tourism-Harbour Bridge

This recent photo shows a sunrise over one of the world's greatest tourism icons, the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The bridge which is fondly referred to by locals as the Coathanger, has a great arch 530 metres (1650 feet) long connected to huge hinges tied to bedrock at either end, took eight years to build opening in 1932 and has helped make Australia a must-see international destination for tourists. AFP PHOTO/Greg WOOD / AFP PHOTO / GREG WOOD

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Bronchitis, X-ray Featured 1 Jun 2005 Print

Bronchitis, X-ray

Bronchitis. Coloured bronchography (X-ray) of swollen bronchioles (orange) in the right lung. Bronchitis causes the network of airways in the lungs to become swollen and produce mucus. This can cause difficulty breathing and a productive cough. Other symptoms include fever and chest pain. Acute (short-term) bronchitis is generally caused by a viral infection and usually heals within 10 days. Chronic (long-term) bronchitis is most often seen in smokers, but may also be caused by air pollution. Chronic bronchitis is often an indication of more serious underlying respiratory disease. Bronchography uses a contrast medium to show the airways

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