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Images Dated 3rd December 2003

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SNOWBOARDER TAKES SOME AIR OVER THE MOUNTAINS OF LAKE LOUISE ALBERTA Featured 3 Dec 2003 Image

SNOWBOARDER TAKES SOME AIR OVER THE MOUNTAINS OF LAKE LOUISE ALBERTA

A snowboarder takes some air over the local mountains in Lake Louise,
Alberta December 3, 2003. Snowboarders from all over the world visit
the resort to take in snow and view. Lake Louise is also a regular site
used for the World Cup Downhill circuit. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Andy Clark AC

Sauropod dinosaurs Featured 3 Dec 2003 Image

Sauropod dinosaurs

Brachiosaurus and Diplodocus dinosaurs, computer artwork. These are both sauropod dinosaurs, enormous herbivores with long necks and tails. Brachiosaurus held its neck nearly vertically, and was the tallest dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. Diplodocus held its neck horizontally. It is thought that Brachiosaurus fed on the high leaves of trees, as giraffes do today, while Diplodocus fed on lower plants. These dinosaurs inhabited what is now North America in the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago. It is thought that sauropod dinosaurs lived in herds, although a fully-grown adult would have had little to fear from predators

© CHRISTIAN DARKIN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

A carrion flower, Stapelia schinzii Featured 3 Dec 2003 Image

A carrion flower, Stapelia schinzii

Carrion flower. A large flower borne close to the ground of Stapelia schinzii. It is native to South Africa. Known as a carrion flower, it has a strong and offensive smell in imitation of rotting flesh. Carrion flowers are pollinated by insects (particularly blowflies) that would normally feed on dung, corpses and decaying vegetable matter. Deceived by the smell into believing food is available, the flies lay their eggs on the petals. Found in a warm climate, the Stapelia schinzii flower grows to a large size (here measured at 20 centimetres in length)

© DR JEREMY BURGESS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY