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Images Dated 9th June 2007

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Bottlenose Dolphin - Newborn Bab y Calf whistling Featured 9 Jun 2007 Image

Bottlenose Dolphin - Newborn Bab y Calf whistling

Bottlenose Dolphin - Newborn Bab y Calf whistling to its mother immediately after birth (Tursiops truncatus). Part of a sequence of imagesDolphin gestation / pregnancy lasts approx. 12 months, the birth can take between half an hour to 3 - 4 hours depending on the experience of the mother. Weaned after 9 - 18 months. Young stay closely with mothers for up to 6 years

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The Caffre War: Natives attacking a convoy, 19th century Featured 9 Jun 2007 Image

The Caffre War: Natives attacking a convoy, 19th century

The Caffre War: Natives attacking a convoy, 19th century. Eurocentric view of white settlers fighting the local population in South Africa. Illustration from The Life & Times of Queen Victoria, Vol II, by Robert Wilson

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Joseph Paxton (1801-1865), English gardener and architect Featured 9 Jun 2007 Image

Joseph Paxton (1801-1865), English gardener and architect

Joseph Paxton (1801-1865), English gardener and architect. Paxton was Superintendent of the Duke of Devonshire's gardens at Chiswick and Chatsworth from 1826, and designer of the Crystal Palace, built to house the Great Exhibition of 1851. He set up the Daily News, appointing Charles Dickens as editor, and was Liberal MP for Coventry from 1854. Paxton was born into abject poverty but died a very wealthy man. Illustration from The Life & Times of Queen Victoria, Vol II, by Robert Wilson

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