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Images Dated 1st March 2005

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Advertisement for a radium-based facial cream Featured 1 Mar 2005 Print

Advertisement for a radium-based facial cream

Radium face cream. Advertisement forTho-Radia, a radium and thorium-based facialcream. This French cream was marketed as arevolution in facial beauty. In 1933, when theadvert was produced, radioactive elements such asradium and thorium were still consideredbeneficial to health. Radium was discovered in1898 by the French scientists Marie and PierreCurie. Marie Curie died from leukaemia brought onfrom working with radioactive elements the yearafter this advertisement was produced

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Elephant Rides at London Zoo, 1871 Featured 1 Mar 2005 Print

Elephant Rides at London Zoo, 1871

Engraving showing crowds of visitors to the Zoological Society's Gardens (London Zoo), many of them having a ride on the elephants, 1871

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07, 1871, 21, 23, Crowds, Dec, Elephant, Elephants, Engraving, Gardens, Historical, History, Iln, Import, Ride, Rides, September, Showing, Societys, Visitors, Zoo, Zoological

Geranium flower Featured 1 Mar 2005 Print

Geranium flower

Geranium flower. Macrophotograph of the reproduc- tive parts of a Geranium clarkei flower. Several stamens are seen around the central carpel (dark, upper centre). Stamens are the male reproductive parts of a flower, and comprise a pollen-bearing anther held on a long filament (pale pink). Pollen grains (yellow) are the male sex cells of the flower. The carpel is the female part of the flow- er. Pollen from another flower of the same species is deposited on its tip (stigma) and travels down the long style to fertilise an ovary (not seen). These flowers are pollinated by insects, which carry pollen from flower to flower as they feed on nectar. Magnification: x3.3 at 35mm size

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