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Old Map of the World 1875 Featured Related Images Print

Old Map of the World 1875

THE WORLD THAT WAS 1875 - Britain under Disraeli buys the Suez Canal to protect the sea route to India. USA expands settlement into Oregon. Egyptian invasion of Ethiopia. Treaty between Japan and Russia settles territorial claims. StanleyAEs African expedition continues, suffering enormous hardships

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Duke of York - Visit - Ras Tafari, Prince Regent of Ethiopia Featured Related Images Print

Duke of York - Visit - Ras Tafari, Prince Regent of Ethiopia

Albert, Duke of York (1895-1952) accompanies Ras Tafari (1892-1975), the Prince Regent of Ethiopia who visited England in July 1924. Pictured here at Victoria Station, London. The Regent met with King George V and the Prime Minister before his return to Abyssinia, from which as the Emperor Haile Selassie, the Italians were to drive him twelve years later. The Rastafari religion/social movement derives from the pre-regnal title of Haile Selassie. Date: 1924

© Bubblepunk / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Giraffes, mother feeding baby, Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya Featured Related Images Print

Giraffes, mother feeding baby, Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

The reticulated giraffe (Giraffa reticulate), also known as the Somali giraffe, is a species of giraffe native to the Horn of Africa. It lives in Somalia, southern Ethiopia, and northern Kenya. There are approximately 8, 500 individuals living in the wild. The reticulated giraffe was described and given its binomial name by British zoologist William Edward de Winton in 1899, however the IUCN currently recognizes only one species of giraffe with nine subspecies. Reticulated giraffes can interbreed with other giraffe species in captivity or if they come into contact with populations of other species in the wild. Together with the Rothschilds giraffe, it is by far the giraffe most commonly seen in zoos. Its coat consists of large, polygonal, liver colored spots outlined by a network of bright white lines. The blocks may sometimes appear deep red and may also cover the legs

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