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Images Dated 4th January 2006

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Climbers walk up the steep gravel and scree slope leading to the summit of Tanzania's Featured 4 Jan 2006 Image

Climbers walk up the steep gravel and scree slope leading to the summit of Tanzania's

Climbers walk up the steep gravel and scree slope leading to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, one of the world's largest volcanoes and the highest free-standing mountain, shortly before sunrise in Tanzania January 4, 2006. The mountain has become an icon for environmental campaigners, with scientists predicting that the mountain's glaciers will vanish within the next twenty years because of global warming. Some 20,000 tourists attempt to climb to the summit every year. Photo taken January 4, 2006. MALTA OUT REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi - RP3DSFDLWSAC

A male panther chameleon (Furcifer padalis) in breeding colours Featured 4 Jan 2006 Image

A male panther chameleon (Furcifer padalis) in breeding colours

A male panther chameleon (Furcifer padalis) in breeding colours. Madagascar is synonymous with these magnificent old world reptiles. Two-thirds of all known species are native to the island, the fourth largest in the world. A chameleon's ability to change colour and swivel its eyes 180 degrees makes it a reptile of considerable fascination.Malagasy people will only point to a chameleon with a knuckle. If they inadvertently use an outstretched finger, they must blow on it afterwards

© Nigel Pavitt/John Warburton-Lee Photography Ltd

La Mita del Mundo monument (Middle of the World) marking the location of 0 degree latitude Featured 4 Jan 2006 Image

La Mita del Mundo monument (Middle of the World) marking the location of 0 degree latitude

La Mita del Mundo monument (Middle of the World) marking the location of 0 degree latitude, Quito, Equador

© Keren Su / DanitaDelimont.com

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