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Images Dated 23rd November 2005

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Flame and smoke emerge from the muzzle of an M198 Howitzer Featured 23 Nov 2005 Image

Flame and smoke emerge from the muzzle of an M198 Howitzer

November 23, 2005 - Searing flame and smoke emerge from the muzzle of an M198 Howitzer during an artillery shoot conducted in the Al Anbar Province of Iraq

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Stegosaurus dinosaur Featured 23 Nov 2005 Image

Stegosaurus dinosaur

Stegosaurus dinosaur, artwork. Stegosaurus was a herbivorous dinosaur and is the best-known member of the group Stegosauridae. It was about 9 metres long and 2.75 metres tall, and weighed about 3 tonnes. A row of bony plates ran down its back. These may have been used as cooling fins, or in mating displays. The spikes on the end of the tail were probably used to defend against predators. The rear legs were longer than the front legs. Stegosaurus lived during the late Jurassic period, between 156 and 140 million years ago. Its remains have been found in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia


Apatosaurus dinosaur Featured 23 Nov 2005 Image

Apatosaurus dinosaur

Apatosaurus dinosaur, artwork. Apatosaurus was a long-necked herbivore that belonged to a group of dinosaurs called sauropods. It lived around 150- 140 million years ago in what is now southern North America. Apatosaurus reached a length of about 20 metres and weighed about 30 tonnes, but had a tiny brain. It lived in herds and mainly ate coniferous plants. This dinosaur is commonly known by its previous but incorrect name Brontosaurus (meaning deceptive lizard') or, Thunder Lizard