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Images Dated 17th January 2003

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Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Adelie penguin with chick

Adelie penguin with chick
Adelie penguin (Pygoscelis adeliae) on its pebble nest with a two-day-old chick. Adelie penguins normally raise two chicks. The male and female take turns to incubate the eggs and feed the young

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: 1969 Daily Express International Trophy

1969 Daily Express International Trophy
1969 International Trophy Silverstone, England. 30th March 1969 Piers Courage (Brabham BT26-Ford) 5th position, action. World Copyright: LAT Photographic ref: 35mm Image

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Atlantic walrus

Atlantic walrus (Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus) on an ice floe. This large, gregarious relative of the seal has tusks that can reach a metre in length

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Rain shower over the Sound of Mull, Scotland

Rain shower over the Sound of Mull, Scotland
Rain shower over the sound of Mull, with Mull in the background and Morvern in the foreground, Scotland

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Gentoo penguin feeding chick

Gentoo penguin feeding chick
Gentoo penguin (Pygoscelis papua) adult feeding a 3-week-old chick by regurgitating fish or krill. Gentoo penguins normally lay two eggs in early spring

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Mating tortoises

Mating tortoises (family Testudinae). Photographed in Madagascar

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Marine iguana

Marine iguana

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Flying squirrel

Flying squirrel (Glaucomys volans) leaping to a tree at night. This arboreal rodent cannot actually fly, but glides from tree to tree on the folds of skin between its front and back legs

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Weddell seal mother with pup

Weddell seal mother with pup
Weddell seal (Leptonychotes weddelli) female with a four-day-old pup. Females gather in pupping colonies on the surface of the ice to raise their young

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Empty fat cells, SEM

Empty fat cells, SEM

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Motorway traffic in the rain

Motorway traffic in the rain at dusk

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Motorway traffic in the rain

Motorway traffic in the rain

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Flat-panel computer screen

Flat-panel computer screen

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Euro bank notes

Euro bank notes

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Power station cooling towers

Power station cooling towers
Cooling towers of a coal-fired power station emitting clouds of water vapour. Photographed in Nottingham, England

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Mir space station

Mir space station orbiting the Earth. Mir was launched by the USSR in February 1986 and spent 15 years in orbit around the Earth, being used to carry out numerous scientific experiments

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: True-colour satellite image of Severn estuary, UK

True-colour satellite image of Severn estuary, UK
Severn estuary. True-colour satellite image of the estuary of the River Severn, bordered by southwest England (at right) and southeast Wales (at left). North is at top

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Giant Sequoia General Sherman

Giant Sequoia General Sherman
Giant Sequoia. Wide-angle view along the trunk of General Sherman, officially the largest Giant Sequoia tree. The Giant Sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) is the largest living thing in the World

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Formula One Testing: Takuma Sato makes his first test in the new BAR Honda 005

Formula One Testing: Takuma Sato makes his first test in the new BAR Honda 005
Takuma Sato (JPN) makes his first test in the new BAR Honda 005. Formula One Testing. 13-17 January 2003, Barcelona, Spain. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Formula One Testing: Takuma Sato has his first run in the new BAR Honda 005

Formula One Testing: Takuma Sato has his first run in the new BAR Honda 005
Takuma Sato (JPN) has his first run in the new BAR Honda 005. Formula One Testing. 13-17 January 2003, Barcelona, Spain. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Formula One World Championship: Second place finisher David Coulthard McLaren Mercedes MP4 / 11

Formula One World Championship: Second place finisher David Coulthard McLaren Mercedes MP4 / 11
Second place finisher David Coulthard (GBR) McLaren Mercedes MP4/11, had to borrow one of Michael Schumachers spare helmets during the race after having problems with his usual helmet misting up in

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Formula One World Championship: First time winner Peter Gethin BRM P160 battles for seventh place

Formula One World Championship: First time winner Peter Gethin BRM P160 battles for seventh place with Jackie Oliver
First time winner Peter Gethin (GBR) BRM P160 battles for seventh place with Jackie Oliver (GBR) McLaren M14A in the early stages of the race. Italian Grand Prix, Monza, 5 September 1971. BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Formula One World Championship: Third placed Francois Cevert Tyrrell 002 leads the field as they

Formula One World Championship: Third placed Francois Cevert Tyrrell 002 leads the field as they enter the Parabolica
Third placed Francois Cevert (FRA) Tyrrell 002 leads the field as they enter the Parabolica. Italian Grand Prix, Monza, 5 September 1971. BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Formula One World Championship: Peter Gethin BRM celebrates the then closest ever GP victory

Formula One World Championship: Peter Gethin BRM celebrates the then closest ever GP victory
(L to R): Peter Gethin (GBR) BRM celebrates the then closest ever GP victory and the highest ever average race speed on the podium with Louis Stanley (GBR) BRM Team Owner

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Formula One World Championship: Second placed Ronnie Peterson March 711 leads third placed

Formula One World Championship: Second placed Ronnie Peterson March 711 leads third placed Francois Cevert Tyrrell 002
Second placed Ronnie Peterson (SWE) March 711 leads third placed Francois Cevert (FRA) Tyrrell 002 and Mike Hailwood (GBR) Surtees TS9 who finished fourth

Background imageImages Dated 17th January 2003: Musk Lorikeet Hobart airport, Tasmania, Australia

Musk Lorikeet Hobart airport, Tasmania, Australia
DH-2919 Musk Lorikeet Hobart airport, Tasmania, Australia Glossopsitta concinna didimus Don Hadden Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way


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