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Anthropomorphic stone stelae. Yamna Culture. 36th-23rd centu Featured 13 Aug 2011 Image

Anthropomorphic stone stelae. Yamna Culture. 36th-23rd centu

Anthropomorphic stone stelae or statue menhirs, located in Yamna secondary graves. Yamna Culture. Late Copper Age - Early Bronze Age. 36th-23rd centuries BC. Kerch Historical and Archaeological Museum. Autonomous Republic of Crimea. Ukraine

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Dentists present the teeth of a horse after they were polished in Bogota Featured 13 Aug 2011 Image

Dentists present the teeth of a horse after they were polished in Bogota

Dentists present the teeth of a horse after they were polished in Bogota August 12, 2011. Besides working with human patients, some dentists in Colombia also provide offer dental services for horses used in equestrian competitions. Such treatments can include the creation of moulds and fixtures to help correct problems with tooth alignment and underbite. A horse typically undergoes treatment twice a month over a six-month period, with each session costing $170. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)

HMS Edinburgh Visits South Georgia Featured 13 Aug 2011 Image

HMS Edinburgh Visits South Georgia

HMS Edinburgh has paid a visit to South Georgia as part of her patrol of the South Atlantic and islands of British overseas territorys.
Edinburgh anchored off King Edwards Point (KEP) which gave members of the ships company the oppertunity to go ashore and visit the whaling station at Grytviken, also to see the wide variety of wildlife including penguins and seal's.
HMS Edinburgh is currently deployed to conduct maritime security patrols around the British South Atlantic Islands, including the Falklands and South Georgia

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