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Images Dated 3rd December 2003

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Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Football League Division One - Arsenal v Everton

Football League Division One - Arsenal v Everton
Arsenal goalkeeper Bob Wilson (l) saves from Evertons Joe Royle (r)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Allosaurus dinosaur

Allosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. Allosaurus was a large carnivorous dinosaur that was found throughout much of the world between 154 and 135 million years ago, during the late Jurassic period

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: USA, North America, New Mexico

USA, North America, New Mexico
USA, New Mexico, Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. Song sparrow on a cattail reed

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Family tree

Family tree. Magnifying glass being held over a section of a family tree

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Young Diplodocus dinosaur

Young Diplodocus dinosaur, computer artwork. Diplodocus was a giant herbivorous dinosaur that could reach a length of up to 30 metres

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: 1988 Formula Ford Festival Brands Hatch, Kent, England. Ellen Lohr (no 7) Crashes. Action

1988 Formula Ford Festival Brands Hatch, Kent, England. Ellen Lohr (no 7) Crashes. Action. World Copyright: LAT Photographic. ref: 60mb B&W scan

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: 2003 Formula One Testing Jerez, Spain. 2nd December 2003. World Copyright

2003 Formula One Testing Jerez, Spain. 2nd December 2003. World Copyright:Glenn Dunbar/ LAT Photographic. Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Hms Courageous with Hms Furious and Hms Coloseus. 14 / 03 / 1928

Hms Courageous with Hms Furious and Hms Coloseus. 14 / 03 / 1928
Royal Navy First Class Aircraft Carriers Hms Courageous (Built 1916) with Aircraft Carrier Hms Furious (Built 1918) and Battle Ship Hms Coloseus in Formation

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: 2003 Formula One Testing Jerez, Spain. 2nd December 2003. World Copyright

2003 Formula One Testing Jerez, Spain. 2nd December 2003. World Copyright:Glenn Dunbar/ LAT Photographic. Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: FIA Formula One World Championship 1984 Monaco Grand Prix

FIA Formula One World Championship 1984 Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo Martin Brundle (Tyrrell-Ford) Crashes Action. World Copyright: LAT Photographic. ref: 60mb B&W Scan

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: FIA Formula One World Championship. 1980 Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo

FIA Formula One World Championship. 1980 Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo. Derek Daly (no 4) crashes at St. Devote on lap one. Action. World copyright: LAT Photographic. ref: 60mb B&W scan

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: open-uri20120928-11498-1rl3338

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FIA Formula One World Championship 1984 Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo Martin Brundle (Tyrrell-Ford) Crashes Action. World Copyright: LAT Photographic. ref: 60mb B&W Scan

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: open-uri20120928-11498-1r3fvup

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FIA Formula One World Championship 1984 Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo Martin Brundle (Tyrrell-Ford) Crashes Action. World Copyright: LAT Photographic. ref: 60mb B&W Scan

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Satet Temple. Elephantine Island. Egypt

Satet Temple. Elephantine Island. Egypt
Satet Temple. Dedicated to the Goddess Satet, built by Tuthmose III. New Kingdom. 18th Dynasty. Elephantine Island. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Egypt. Elephantine Island

Egypt. Elephantine Island. Remains of a fortress of the Early Dynastic period and a houses of the Fourth Dynasty. Old Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: USA, New Mexico, Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge

USA, New Mexico, Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. Sandhill cranes and snow geese at sunset. Credit as: Fred Lord / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: USA, New Mexico, Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. Solitary greater sandhill

USA, New Mexico, Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. Solitary greater sandhill crane at sunset. Credit as: Fred Lord / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Picture No. 10869361

Picture No. 10869361
Tasmanian devil - female devil in natural habitat (Sarcophilus harrisii) Date

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: 1980 Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo: Derek Daly crashes at St. Devote on lap one. Action

1980 Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo: Derek Daly crashes at St. Devote on lap one. Action
FIA Formula One World Championship. 1980 Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo. Derek Daly (no 4) crashes at St. Devote on lap one. Action. World copyright: LAT Photographic. ref: 60mb B&W scan

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Roquefort cheese

Roquefort cheese. This is a French soft cheese originating from the Roquefort-sur-Soulzon region. It is made from cows milk

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Allosaurus and Diplodocus

Allosaurus and Diplodocus dinosaurs. Computer artwork of an Allosaurus dinosaur (lower left) approaching a solitary, young Diplodocus

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Human neck musculature, artwork

Human neck musculature, artwork
Oceania at night. Satellite image of city lights at night, centred on Oceania. North is at top. The region of Oceania consists of islands scattered through the western Pacific Ocean

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Brachiosaurus dinosaurs

Brachiosaurus dinosaurs, computer artwork. Brachiosaurus was the tallest dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. Unusually for a dinosaur, its front legs were longer than its hind legs

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Dilophosaurus dinosaur

Dilophosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This was a carnivorous dinosaur that inhabited what is now North America during the early (lower) Jurassic period, between 200 and 189 million years ago

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Stegosaurus dinosaurs

Stegosaurus dinosaurs. Computer artwork of a pair of Stegosaurus dinosaurs walking in a forest. This large, herbivorous dinosaur lived in the late Jurassic period

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Diplodocus dinosaurs

Diplodocus dinosaurs
Diplodocus dinosaur herd, computer artwork. Diplodocus was a giant herbivorous dinosaur that could reach a length of up to 30 metres

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Dinosaurs at a kill

Dinosaurs at a kill. Computer artwork of a Daspletosaurus (right) defending its kill from a pair of scavenging Troodon dinosaurs. It has killed a Triceratops, a large herbivorous dinosaur

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Pterosaurs

Pterosaurs. Computer artwork of a flock of pterosaurs in flight at sunset. Pterosaurs were flying reptiles that were related to the dinosaurs

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Dinosaurs at a kill

Dinosaurs at a kill. Computer artwork of a Daspletosaurus (centre) defending its kill from a pair of scavenging Troodon dinosaurs. It has killed a Triceratops, a large herbivorous dinosaur

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Pterosaurs

Pterosaurs in flight, computer artwork. Pterosaurs were flying reptiles that were related to the dinosaurs. The later types, such as Pteranodon, inhabited coastal regions in the Cretaceous period

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Albertosaurus dinosaur feeding

Albertosaurus dinosaur feeding
Albertosaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Albertosaurus dinosaur feeding on a fallen Anchiceratops dinosaur. These dinosaurs inhabited what is now Canada in the late Cretaceous period

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Pterosaurs

Pterosaurs in flight, computer artwork. Pterosaurs were flying reptiles that were related to the dinosaurs. The later types, such as Pteranodon, inhabited coastal regions in the Cretaceous period

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Young Diplodocus dinosaur

Young Diplodocus dinosaur, computer artwork. Diplodocus was a giant herbivorous dinosaur that could reach a length of up to 30 metres

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Sauropod dinosaurs

Sauropod dinosaurs
Brachiosaurus and Diplodocus dinosaurs, computer artwork. These are both sauropod dinosaurs, enormous herbivores with long necks and tails

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Plesiosaurs

Plesiosaurs hunting fish, computer artwork. Plesiosaurs were marine reptiles that inhabited the seas throughout the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Albertosaurus dinosaur feeding

Albertosaurus dinosaur feeding
Albertosaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Albertosaurus dinosaur feeding on a fallen Anchiceratops dinosaur. These dinosaurs inhabited what is now Canada in the late Cretaceous period

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Diplodocus dinosaurs

Diplodocus dinosaurs
Diplodocus dinosaur herd, computer artwork. Diplodocus was a giant herbivorous dinosaur that could reach a length of up to 30 metres

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Plesiosaurs

Plesiosaurs hunting fish, computer artwork. Plesiosaurs were marine reptiles that inhabited the seas throughout the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Albertosaurus dinosaur feeding

Albertosaurus dinosaur feeding
Albertosaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Albertosaurus dinosaur feeding on a fallen Anchiceratops dinosaur. These dinosaurs inhabited what is now Canada in the late Cretaceous period

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Sauropod dinosaurs

Sauropod dinosaurs
Brachiosaurus and Diplodocus dinosaurs, computer artwork. These are both sauropod dinosaurs, enormous herbivores with long necks and tails

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Plesiosaur

Plesiosaur, computer artwork. Plesiosaurs were marine reptiles that inhabited the seas throughout the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. They were not dinosaurs, despite living at the same time

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Fisiulera plants

Fisiulera plants (Aeonium arboreum), seen from above. These succulent plants are native to Morocco. They grow up to a metre high and are topped with a rosette of spatula shaped leaves

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: A carrion flower, Stapelia schinzii

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

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Sunrise over the mountain ranges on South Georgia Island

Sunrise over the mountain ranges on South Georgia Island

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Formula One Testing: Ryan Briscoe puts the Toyota into the Gravel trap

Formula One Testing: Ryan Briscoe puts the Toyota into the Gravel trap
Ryan Briscoe (AUS) puts the Toyota into the Gravel trap Formula One Testing, 3 December 2003, Barcelona, Spain. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Formula One Testing: Ricardo Zonta with Toyota test team mate Ryan Briscoe

Formula One Testing: Ricardo Zonta with Toyota test team mate Ryan Briscoe
Ricardo Zonta (BRA) with Toyota test team mate Ryan Briscoe (AUS) Formula One Testing, 3 December 2003, Barcelona, Spain. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Formula One Testing: David Coulthard puts the new McLaren into the gravel Trap

Formula One Testing: David Coulthard puts the new McLaren into the gravel Trap
David Coulthard (GBR) puts the new McLaren into the gravel Trap Formula One Testing, 3 December 2003, Barcelona, Spain. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 3rd December 2003: Formula One Testing: New Jaguar Driver Christian Klien

Formula One Testing: New Jaguar Driver Christian Klien
New Jaguar Driver Christian Klien (AUT) Formula One Testing, 2 December 2003, Barcelona, Spain. DIGITAL IMAGE



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