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Images Dated 3rd September 2002

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Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Pumpjack In A Canola Field

Pumpjack In A Canola Field

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Church of St James

Church of St James
Parish Church in the picturesque setting of Buttermere, Cumbria. IoE 72162

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Oil Pumpjack In A Canola Field

Oil Pumpjack In A Canola Field

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Ripples In The Sand

Ripples In The Sand

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Male elk with velvet on antlers

Male elk with velvet on antlers
Male Elk (Cervus canadensis) With Velvet On Antlers

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) breaching

Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) breaching

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Mushroom coral

Mushroom coral

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Coral polyps

Coral polyps (Dendrophyllia sp.). The tentacles of the coral (yellow) are used in feeding by exposing them to water currents

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Sponge releasing sperm

Sponge releasing sperm. Unidentified sponge (phylum Porifera) releasing sperm (white) into the water. These male sex cells (spermatozoa) will be taken into the tissues of nearby sponges

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Portuguese man-of-war

Portuguese man-of-war (Physalia physalis) at the waters surface. This organism is a colony composed of many specialised polyps, groups of which form its structures

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Bleached coral

Bleached coral (Acropora sp.). This coral has been bleached due to the loss of symbiotic algae (zooxanthellae). The exact mechanism or trigger for the bleaching is unknown

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Jellyfish

Jellyfish

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Wentletrap snail laying eggs

Wentletrap snail laying eggs. Wentletrap snail (Epitonium billeeanum, centre right) laying its eggs on a coral (Tubastrea sp.)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Ant-lion larva

Ant-lion larva. Named due to its predatory nature and small size, the ant-lion (Myrmeleon sp.) larva or doodlebug feeds on crawling insects that fall into feeding pits

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Cricket

Cricket (order Orthoptera). Crickets are usually omnivorous, living in burrows or amongst vegetation. Male crickets make a chirping noise by rubbing their front wings together

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Stag beetle

Stag beetle. The male stag beetle (Lucanus cervus) has large antler-like jaws (mandibles, centre right). These jaws change size and shape during the beetles life

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Contact lens seen on a fingertip

Contact lens seen on a fingertip
Contact lens. View of a contact lens on a finger- tip prior to being placed on the eye. Contact lenses are worn directly on the eye to correct imperfect vision

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: British national lottery balls

British national lottery balls

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Computer chip

Computer chip. Memory chips (RAM) on a circuit board

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Artwork of a man holding his thigh in pain

Artwork of a man holding his thigh in pain

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Portrait of Joseph Jackson Lister, English optician

Portrait of Joseph Jackson Lister, English optician, born on 11th January 1786 and died on 24th October 1869. J.J. Lister developed an achromatic lens for the microscope in 1830

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Cow biotechnology

Cow biotechnology, conceptual image. This could represent animal cloning for either food or organ harvesting. It could also represent genetic research or genetically modified organisms

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Pig biotechnology

Pig biotechnology, conceptual image. This could represent animal cloning for either food or organ harvesting. It could also represent genetic research or genetically modified organisms

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Pig biotechnology

Pig biotechnology, conceptual image. This could represent animal cloning for either food or organ harvesting. It could also represent genetic research or genetically modified organisms

Background imageImages Dated 3rd September 2002: Sauber Formula One Factory Visit: Sauber Team Principal Peter Sauber shows 2003 Sauber driver

Sauber Formula One Factory Visit: Sauber Team Principal Peter Sauber shows 2003 Sauber driver Heinz-Harald Frentzen
(L-R) Sauber Team Principal Peter Sauber (SUI) shows 2003 Sauber driver Heinz-Harald Frentzen (GER) around the Sauber Factory. Sauber Formula One Factory, Hinwil, Switzerland. 2 September 2002


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