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Images Dated 15th October 2005

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Birds fly over the Jordanian capital Amman Featured 15 Oct 2005 Print

Birds fly over the Jordanian capital Amman

Birds fly over the Jordanian capital Amman October 15, 2005. The Jordanian government on Saturday agreed to ban imports of live birds and bird hunting over the kingdom. Lab tests detected the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu in samples from Romanian ducks on Saturday, confirming the virus had arrived for the first time in mainland Europe. The World Health Organization believes it is only a matter of time before the virus develops the ability to pass easily from human to human, possibly causing a catastrophic pandemic. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji - RP2DSFHEVTAD

open-uri20120929-27242-3hgsv0 Featured 15 Oct 2005 Print

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2005 Chinese Grand Prix Saturday Qualifying,
Shanghai, China .
15th October 2005
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World Copyright: Peter Spinney/LAT Photographic
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Leopard male Featured 15 Oct 2005 Print

Leopard male

Leopard (Panthera pardus) Male sleeping. Mombo area, Chief's Island.
Okavango Delta. BOTSWANA. Southern Africa.
HABITAT: Found in every habitat and generally survive even near urban areas.
STATUS: Common although numbers are declining in hunting areas and where they come into conflict with cattle farmers.
They are medium sized cats weighing about 60 - 80 kg's with a shoulder height of 70cm. Weight-for-weight the leopard is the strongest of the cats with the incredible ability to carry a carcass weighing up to three times its own weight on the ground and to drag as much as 110kg's up a tree - to avoid competition from other predators.
They usually hunt small to medium antelope, monkeys and occasionally a baboon and will scavenge food when possible. They tend to be solitary and secretive so are not often seen

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