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Images Dated 6th October 2005

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A marine drinks water from a canteen Featured 6 Oct 2005 Image

A marine drinks water from a canteen

Central Taining Area, Okinawa, Japan, October 5, 2005 - A marine drinks water from a canteen attached to his M40 chemical/biological protective mask during nuclear, biological and chemical confidence training in the Central Training Area gas chamber

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A Karo homestead close the Omo River Featured 6 Oct 2005 Image

A Karo homestead close the Omo River

A Karo homestead close the Omo River. The small thatched huts built off the ground are food stores. The Karo are a small tribe living in three main villages along the lower reaches of the Omo River in southwest Ethiopia. The largest village, Duss, i

© Nigel Pavitt

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Fossiled trilobites Featured 6 Oct 2005 Image

Fossiled trilobites

Fossilised trilobites. This particular species of trilobite is Asaphus punctatus. It represents an intermediate evolutionary stage showing the start of the lengthening of the eye stalks. Trilobites were marine arthropods and were common throughout the world's oceans for millions of years. Most species are thought to have lived on the sea floor in the same way as modern crabs do. Their large eyes helped them to see in the darkness of the seabed. Their flexible backs allowed them to roll up into a tight ball if attacked by predators. They became extinct 65 million years ago at about the same time as the dinosaurs. The specimens in this image have a length of 65mm

© DIRK WIERSMA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY