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Images Dated 26th April 2005

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Close-up view of a soldier cradling a munition Featured 26 Apr 2005 Print

Close-up view of a soldier cradling a munition

April 22, 2005 - Shortly after entering the Central Command area of responsibility, Marines proceeded to Djibouti to take advantage of the extensive ranges and training areas offered by Combined Joint Task Force Horn of Africa to sharpen their combat skills

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Australia-Animals-Chimpanzee Featured 26 Apr 2005 Print


A female chimpanzee (C) yawns as two others nod-off, while they sit on rocks in a family group, with the sun on their backs in their open air enclosure at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney, 26 April 2005. The special open air chimpanzee enclosure, which opened in 1980, is home to nineteen chimps and recognised internationally as one of the most significant in the world with such a successful breeding record as well as having been one of the first zoological gardens to house and exhibit chimpanzee in a group situation. AFP PHOTO/Rob ELLIOTT / AFP PHOTO / ROB ELLIOTT

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False-colour TEM of 6-day-old fertilised ovum Featured 26 Apr 2005 Print

False-colour TEM of 6-day-old fertilised ovum

False-colour transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of the human morula - a fertilised ovum - 6 days after fertilisation. The morula is an early stage of embryonic development; it is formed by successive cleavage of cells in the fertilised ovum. It consists of a solid ball of cells & may be considered as an intermediate stage between the zygote, the fertilised ovum before the advent of cleavage, & the blastocyst, the hollow ball of cells with an inner mass that attaches itself to the wall of the uterus. The ring of material (pink) around the edge of the morula is debris of sperm that failed to penetrate & fertilise the ovum. Magnification: x35 at 35mm size