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Images Dated 1st July 2006

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Dog dressed with scarf of Portugal national team stands on street after World Cup Featured 1 Jul 2006 Print

Dog dressed with scarf of Portugal national team stands on street after World Cup

A dog dressed with a scarf of the Portugal national team stands on the street after the World Cup 2006 soccer match between Portugal and England, in downtown Lisbon July 1, 2006. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (PORTUGAL) - GM1DSYLSAUAA

EL-1912 Featured 1 Jul 2006 Print


Wollemi Pine - a recently discovered living fossil in cultivation at Australia Brisbane Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens
Wollemi nobilis
(Araucariaceae: Wollemi nobilis)
Eric Lindgren

© Eric Lindgren /

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Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) - male Featured 1 Jul 2006 Print

Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) - male

Great frigatebird (Fregata minor) - male
Breed on Genovesa (Tower), Seymour and San Cristobal Islands in the Galapagos.
RANGE: They breed in the w, e and central Pacific and Revillagigedo, Cocos and Galapagos Islands. Also on Trindade Island, Martin Vaz Island and range to Brazil. In the w Indian Ocean on Aldabra and adjacent islands as well as Christmas Island. In the S. China Sea on Paracel Island.
This is one of 2 species found in Galapagos. They have the largest wingspan-to-bodyweight ratio of any bird making them highly manoeuvrable and acrobatic. These seabirds range long distances to feed, scooping fish off the surface as they can not land at sea

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