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Images Dated 28th January 2010

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The Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja), Misiones, Argentina. Is a Neotropical species of eagle Featured 28 Jan 2010 Print

The Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja), Misiones, Argentina. Is a Neotropical species of eagle

The Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja), Misiones, Argentina. A Neotropical species of eagle, it's the largest and most powerful raptor found in the Americas. Destruction of its natural habitat has seen it vanish from many parts of its former range, and it is almost extinct in Central America

© Andres Morya / DanitaDelimont.com

Andres Morya, Argentina, Close Up, Detail, Harpia Harpyja, Harpy Eagle, Latin America, Macro, Misiones, Nature, South America, Tropical

the Sanetti Plateau at ca 4150m altitude with lonely giant lobelia Featured 28 Jan 2010 Print

the Sanetti Plateau at ca 4150m altitude with lonely giant lobelia

The Sanetti Plateau, Bale Mountains National Park, located in the southern highlands of Ethiopia. The landforms are comprised of afro-alpine plateaus. escarpments and peaks showing signs of glaciation

© Martin Zwick / DanitaDelimont.com

Abyssinia, Africa, Afro Alpine, Afro Montane, Arid, Bale Mountain, Bale Mountains, Bale Mountains National Park, Barren, Basalt, Biodiversity, Cold, Dry, Dry Season, East Africa, Ethiopia, Frost, Giant Lobelia, High, Highland, Inhospitable, Landscape, Lobelia, Lobelia Rhynchopetalum, Lonely, Martin Zwick, Mountain, National Park, Open, Oromia, Plain, Plateau, Remote, Reserve, Sanetti Plateau, Scenic, Tropical, Volcanic, Wild, Wilderness

Nanotube technology Featured 28 Jan 2010 Print

Nanotube technology

Nanotube technology. Computer artwork of four cylindrical fullerenes (carbon nanotubes) of varying size, with the smaller ones nested inside the larger ones. A possible application of such a structure is to have the nanotubes telescope in and out and oscillate at a high frequency, forming a nanoscale radio transmitter. The hexagonal carbon structure of the nanotubes is shown here. Fullerenes are a structural form (allotrope) of carbon. Theoretically, a wide range of molecular shapes can be engineered at the molecular level using fullerenes. Such structures are being investigated for a wide range of technological and medical uses

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