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Images Dated 19th December 2006

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Australia-Animals-Jellyfish Featured 19 Dec 2006 Image


Two Brown Sea Nettle jellyfish are displayed in a tank of the Melbourne Aqarium, 19 December 2006. The jellyfish which live in the Pacific and Indian oceans are only midly dangerous to humans, are part of the Creepy Creatures exhibition which features the world's largest crabs, including Coconut Crabs as the exhibit's main stars, with leeches, scorpions, centipedes, Giant Burrowing Cockroaches, Christmas Island Crabs, Horseshoe Crabs and many others species. AFP PHOTO/William WEST / AFP PHOTO / WILLIAM WEST

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para-Dichlorobenzene molecule Featured 19 Dec 2006 Image

para-Dichlorobenzene molecule

para-Dichlorobenzene. Computer model of a molecule of the chlorinated aromatic para-dichlorobenzene (PDB). It is an organic chemical, and is used as a pesticide. It primary use is in mothballs, where it is a substitute for naphthalene (see A705/079). PDB is marketed under names such as Paramoth, Para crystals, and Paracide. It is a toxic substance that can kill through volatile substance abuse. The molecule consists of two chlorine atoms attached to a benzene ring. The molecule's chemical formula is C6.H4.Cl2. The atoms are shown as colour-coded spheres in this space-filled model: carbon (blue), hydrogen (gold), and chlorine (green)


Sulphur-crested Cockatoo Featured 19 Dec 2006 Image

Sulphur-crested Cockatoo

Sulphur-crested Cockatoo
Beside the Barnett River, Gibb River Road, Kimberley, Western Australia
Cacatua galerita fitzroyi
This subspecies found in the Kimberley, far north Northern Territory and just into far northwest Queensland. Other subspecies in eastern Australia, New Guinea and the Bismarcks. Inhabits riverside vegetation and vine thickets.
Don Hadden
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