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Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Adelie penguins

Adelie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) returning over sea ice to their rookery. Although only around 70 centimetres tall, Adelies are swift runners and agile jumpers

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Pacific green turtle (Chelonia mydas agassisi) off Santiago (James) Island. GALAPAGOS

Pacific green turtle (Chelonia mydas agassisi) off Santiago (James) Island. GALAPAGOS
Pacific green turtle (Chelonia mydas agassisi) swimming off Santiago (James) Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, South America

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Short-haired woman

Short-haired woman

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Spend your Holidays in the Lake District, LMS poster, 1923-1947

Spend your Holidays in the Lake District, LMS poster, 1923-1947
Poster produced for London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMR) to promote rail travel to the Lake District, Cumbria. The poster shows a striking landscape view of a very tall rock formation

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: open-uri20120928-19422-51rhmq

open-uri20120928-19422-51rhmq
1958 Dutch Grand Prix Zandvoort, Holland. 26th May 1958 Mike hawthorn, Ferrari D246, action. World Copyright: LAT Photographic ref: 3/0015

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Devil

Devil

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Marine iguana

Marine iguana (Amblyrhynchus cristatus). This is the only truly marine lizard and is also known as the sea or Darwins lizard. It spends much of its time feeding on seaweed and algae underwater

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Adelie penguins on nest

Adelie penguins on nest
Adelie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) nesting. Adelie penguins are highly social birds and a single colony can contain tens of thousands of pairs

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Emperor penguin rookery

Emperor penguin rookery
Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) rookery on sea ice. The grey-feathered chicks are three months old. The adults feed them by regurgitating fish

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Emperor penguin rookery

Emperor penguin rookery
Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) rookery on sea ice. The grey-feathered chicks are three months old. The adults feed them by regurgitating fish

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Emperor penguins

Emperor penguins (Aptenodytes forsteri) on sea ice. The emperor is the largest penguin species, standing around 115 centimetres tall and weighing 30 to 40 kilograms

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Adelie penguins

Adelie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) returning over sea ice to their rookery. Although only around 70 centimetres tall, Adelies are swift runners and agile jumpers

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Blue eyed shag

Blue eyed shag (Phalacrocorax atriceps) defending its nest. The females lay up to three eggs, which are incubated for 30 days by both parents

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Albino chinstrap penguin

Albino chinstrap penguin incubating its eggs on a nest. Albinism is an inherited disorder that results in the lack of an enzyme that controls skin pigmentation

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Emperor penguins

Emperor penguins (Aptenodytes forsteri) returning to their colony over sea ice. Emperors travel large distances by " tobogganing"

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Wandering albatrosses

Wandering albatrosses. Two male wandering albatrosses (Diomedea exulans) with their wings extended, performing a mating display to a female

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Jamess flamingos

Jamess flamingos (Phoenicopterus jamesi) feeding by Laguna Colorada (the Coloured Lake), Bolivia, at sunset. Flamingos have exceptionally long legs and long, flexible necks

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Jamess flamingos

Jamess flamingos (Phoenicopterus jamesi) feeding by Laguna Colorada (the Coloured Lake), Bolivia, at sunset. Flamingos have exceptionally long legs and long, flexible necks

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Emperor penguins incubating eggs

Emperor penguins incubating eggs
Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) males incubating eggs. This picture was taken in August. These are the only penguins to breed in the Antarctic during the winter

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Marine iguanas

Marine iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) basking on rocks. This is the only truly marine species of lizard. It spends much of its time feeding on seaweed and algae near the shore

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Polar bear

Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) yawning, while lying in the snow. The polar bear is a solitary animal, meeting only to mate. It inhabits the ice floes and coastal waters of the Arctic region

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Southern fur seal

Southern fur seal (Arctocephalus australis) bull (male). The southern (or South American) fur seal breeds in large, densely-packed colonies

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Arctic fox

Arctic fox

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Weddell seal mother with pup

Weddell seal mother with pup
Weddell seal (Leptonychotes weddelli) female with a week old pup. Females gather in pupping colonies on the surface of the ice to raise their young, usually returning to the same location each year

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Atlantic walrus

Atlantic walrus

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Beluga whale bull

Beluga whale bull
Beluga whale (or white whale, Delphinapterus leucas) bull. In summer, belugas migrate into river estuaries, where they moult

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Gentoo penguins

Gentoo penguins

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Southern elephant seal

Southern elephant seal (Mirounga leonina) diving. This female lacks the trunk-like proboscis found in the male which gives the seal its name

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Emperor penguins with chick

Emperor penguins with chick

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Bearded seal

Bearded seal (Erignathus barbatus) male lying on an ice floe. This solitary seal prefers shallow waters covered in pack ice. It travels seasonally, often carried on floating ice floes

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Polar bears

Polar bears playing. Two young polar bears (Ursus maritimus) playing in the snow at sunset. Females give birth to up to four young, every 3 years

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Blue fox

Blue fox

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Southern elephant seals

Southern elephant seals

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Blue fox

Blue fox. The blue fox (Alopex lagopus) is a colour variation of the white Arctic fox. Its coat is pale grey in the winter and thinner & darker in the summer

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Polar bear swimming

Polar bear swimming

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Southern right whales eye

Southern right whales eye

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Southern fur seal

Southern fur seal (Arctocephalus australis) diving in a kelp forest. The southern (or South American) fur seal hunts mostly at night, diving up to 170 metres to feed on fish and krill

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Cardinal fish over reef

Cardinal fish over reef

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Shoal of sardines

Shoal of sardines (family Clupeidae). The shoal is the dark blue mass that runs from bottom right to upper left. Photographed by Stradbroke Island, off the Queensland coast of Australia

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Trans-Alaska oil pipeline

Trans-Alaska oil pipeline. This pipeline transports crude oil across Alaska. It stretches from oilfields on the North Slope to the port at Valdez

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Timelapse image of a total solar eclipse

Timelapse image of a total solar eclipse
Solar eclipse. Time-lapse image of a total solar eclipse. A total solar eclipse occurs when the Moon completely blocks the Suns disc causing darkness during the day

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Suspension bridge construction

Suspension bridge construction at sunset. This is the Second Severn Crossing, which opened in 1996 to carry the M4 motorway from England to Wales

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Power lines

Power lines. Pylons supporting electrical power lines. Photographed east of Livermore, California, USA

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Power lines

Power lines

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Nanophage

Nanophage
Nanotechnology virus. Conceptual computer artwork of an artificial virus created with nanotechnology. Nanotechnology is the branch of engineering concerned with constructing devices at the molecular

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Head blood vessels

Head blood vessels. Computer artwork showing the veins (blue) and arteries (red) of the head and neck

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: 4th of July fireworks

4th of July fireworks
Fireworks photographed during 4th of July celebrations in Hawaii, USA in 1991

Background imageImages Dated 28th March 2003: Biological research

Biological research. Conceptual computer artwork of interlocking fields of biological research, spelled out in tiles from a word game



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