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Images Dated 20th June 2005

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After The Battle Featured 20 Jun 2005 Print

After The Battle

1898: British troops march past the Mahdi's tomb at Omdurman in the Sudan, after their victory in the Battle of Omdurman on 2nd September 1898. The tomb was badly damaged by the British gunboats, but was later restored and redecorated. Drawn by Rene Bull. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

© 2005 Getty Images

15688, 53110511, Africa, Camel, Conflict, Corpse, Diry, Format, H War 1882 1900 Sudanese, J104006234, Landmark, Landscape, Male, Tomb, War, Wars Camp Sud Omdurman

Artwork showing lymph nodes in the neck Featured 20 Jun 2005 Print

Artwork showing lymph nodes in the neck

Lymph nodes. Artwork showing the position of lymph nodes (green) in the neck. Lymph nodes are part of the lymphatic system, which helps protect against diseases and infections. The nodes contain white blood cells, which destroy bacteria and other invading organisms. Fluid from the body's tissues drains through the lymph vessels and nodes, and is cleaned in the process, before being returned to the bloodstream. Also visible is a carotid artery (red), which carries oxygenated blood from the heart to the brain. The jugular vein (blue), carries deoxygenated blood back to the heart. Salivary glands (pink, upper centre) are also seen

© JOHN BAVOSI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Human evolution Featured 20 Jun 2005 Print

Human evolution

Human evolution. Computer artwork of four stages in human evolution. Comparisons of DNA and fossil records suggest that humans and modern African apes evolved from a common ape-like ancestor (left). The ancestors of humans diverged from the ancestors of today's African apes, which include gorillas and chimpanzees, between 5 to 8 million years ago. Australopithecus anamensis (pink) was a bipedal hominid that lived 4.2 to 3.9 million years ago. Homo erectus (mauve) lived 1.8 to 0.3 million years ago and had a skeleton very similar to modern humans, although it was thicker and heavier. The modern human (Homo sapiens) is at right

© PASIEKA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY