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Images Dated 2nd April 2004

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open-uri20120928-14139-o9y663 Featured 2 Apr 2004 Print

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2004 Australian Grand Prix
Melbourne, Australia. 5th - 7th March 2004.
Kimi Raikkonen, McLaren Mercedes MP4/19 turns his back on his car and walks back to the Mclaren garage after engine failure caused his retirement from the race.
World Copyright:Charles Coates/LAT Photographic
Ref: 35mm Image 04 Aus 48

Oscar Straus The Chocolate Soldier ( Der Tapfere Soldat ). Opera bouffe Featured 2 Apr 2004 Print

Oscar Straus The Chocolate Soldier ( Der Tapfere Soldat ). Opera bouffe

Oscar Straus The Chocolate Soldier ( Der Tapfere Soldat ). Opera bouffe. Score cover of waltzes from operetta (arrangement for piano), 1909 (Vienna premire 1908, New York 1909). Opra Bouffe. The heroine and the soldier. Austrian composer, 1870-1954. F.C. Whitney's production. Based on George Bernard Shaws Arms and the Man . Published B. Feldman & Co., London. 1909 Jerome H. Remick, New York - Detroit. Orginally published 1908 Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Hermansky), Vienna - Leipzig

Primitive arthropod fossil Featured 2 Apr 2004 Print

Primitive arthropod fossil

Primitive arthropod fossil from the 500 million- year-old Burgess Shale rocks. This is Marrella splendens, the most abundant of the Burgess Shale fossils. It is now extinct. It lived on the seabed and had two long antennae. One of these antennae is at lower right and the head is at lower centre. The multiple legs line the body which extends from the head towards centre right. This animal was a few centimetres in length. The Burgess Shale rocks of Canada's Rocky Mountains preserved soft tissue details rarely found in the fossil record. This allowed them to record the Cambrian Explosion, the evolution of a diverse array of invertebrates from which today's animals evolved

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