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Images Dated 17th November 2008

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Illustration of large Barosaurus dinosaur walking underwater with top of head peeking above surface on long neck Featured 17 Nov 2008 Image

Illustration of large Barosaurus dinosaur walking underwater with top of head peeking above surface on long neck

Above, Animal Behaviour, Animal Head, Animal Themes, Barosaurus, Dinosaur, Extinct, Front View, Full Length, Herbivorous, Illustration and Painting, Jurassic, Large, Long, Motion, Neck, No People, One Animal, Paleontology, Peeking, Prehistoric Era, Profile, Surface, The Past, Underwater, Walking, Watercolour Painting, Vertical, paleontology, 84290007

The Launch of Type 45 Destroyer HMS Daring Featured 17 Nov 2008 Image

The Launch of Type 45 Destroyer HMS Daring

HMS Dragon was launched at BVT Surface Fleet Ltd Govan, Scotland to a fanfare of music and balloons in November 2008.
She now faces an extensive fitting out and acceptance trials period before entering service with the Royal Navy.
HMS Dragon is the second in the class of Type 45 destroyers, following HMS Daring. The air defence ships are amongst the most technologically advanced of their kind and will eventually replace Type 42 destroyers in the Fleet

© Crown Copyright

Tring Park Museum BL11794 Featured 17 Nov 2008 Image

Tring Park Museum BL11794

THE WALTER ROTHSCHILD ZOOLOGICAL MUSEUM, Tring Park, Buckinghamshire. Interior of the museum showing a shark, a swordfish, a skeleton and other exhibits. Photographed by Bedford Lemere for Lord Rothschild in September 1892. Constructed in 1889 as a private museum for Lord Rothschild's collection of mounted specimens, it opened to the public in 1892. It has been part of the Natural History Museum since 1937 and is still open to the public

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