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Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Scimitar cat attacking a hominid

Scimitar cat attacking a hominid, artists impression. The scimitar cat (Homotherium sp.) was a member of the sabre-toothed cat family (Machairodontinae) which lived throughout Africa

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Dark matter distribution

Dark matter distribution. Image 3 of 4. Supercomputer simulation, known as the Millennium Run, showing the distribution of dark matter in the local universe

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Early fire brigade street alarm

Early fire brigade street alarm
Early fire brigade alarm system. Historical artwork of a fireman testing a 19th-century combined telephonic and telegraphic street fire alarm system

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Female Australopithecus africanus

Female Australopithecus africanus, artists impression. A. Africanus was a bipedal hominid that lived between 3.5 and 2 million years ago

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Alnus glutinosa, Common Alder tree

Alnus glutinosa, Common Alder tree

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Ulmus procera, English Elm tree

Ulmus procera, English Elm tree

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Juniperus communis, Common Juniper tree

Juniperus communis, Common Juniper tree

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Female Homo habilis

Female Homo habilis. Artists impression of a female Homo habilis holding her young and plucking fruit from a tree. H. habilis was an ancestor of modern humans that lived between around 2.1

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Australopithecus boisei

Australopithecus boisei. Artists impression of the skull and head of an Australopithecus boisei, a hominid that lived in Africa between about 2.3 to 1.3 million years ago

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: California Condor - In flight. Arizona-Endangered species-First reintroduced to Arizona in 1996

California Condor - In flight. Arizona-Endangered species-First reintroduced to Arizona in 1996 -Now breeding in
CAN-3112 California Condor - in flight Arizona, USA Gymnogyps californianus Endangered species, first reintroduced to Arizona in 1996

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Port Said Paratroopers

Port Said Paratroopers
British Paratroopers dug in on the Canal Road in Port Said, 12th November 1956. The Egyptian position is 500 yards from this point. (Photo by Terry Fincher/Keystone/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Dark matter distribution

Dark matter distribution. Image 1 of 4. Supercomputer simulation, known as the Millennium Run, showing the distribution of dark matter in the local universe

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Early electric train

Early electric train. Historical artwork of an early electric train used in Connecticut, USA. This train, running from New Haven to Hartford, is using a third rail, between the other two

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: 2006 GP2 Series Testing. Circuit Paul Ricard, France. 28th June 2006

2006 GP2 Series Testing. Circuit Paul Ricard, France. 28th June 2006. Ernesto Viso (VEN, iSport International). Action
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Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: 2006 GP2 Series Testing. Circuit Paul Ricard, France. 28th June 2006

2006 GP2 Series Testing. Circuit Paul Ricard, France. 28th June 2006. Fairuz Fauzy (MAL, Super Nova International)
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Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: 2006 GP2 Series Testing. Circuit Paul Ricard, France. 28th June 2006

2006 GP2 Series Testing. Circuit Paul Ricard, France. 28th June 2006. Lewis Hamilton (GBR, ART Grand Prix). Portrait
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Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: 2006 GP2 Series Testing. Circuit Paul Ricard, France. 28th June 2006

2006 GP2 Series Testing. Circuit Paul Ricard, France. 28th June 2006. Fairuz Fauzy (MAL, Super Nova International)
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Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Pope Honorius III approving the rule of Saint Francis, tile of the pulpit, marble

Pope Honorius III approving the rule of Saint Francis, tile of the pulpit, marble, Benedetto da Maiano (1442-1497), Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence Florence Basilica of S

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Panel of the Death of St. Francis, detail of the pulpit located in the Basilica of Santa Croce in

Panel of the Death of St. Francis, detail of the pulpit located in the Basilica of Santa Croce in Florence; work by Benedetto da Maiano

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Saint Francis receiving the stigmata, tile of the pulpit, marble, Benedetto da Maiano (1442-1497)

Saint Francis receiving the stigmata, tile of the pulpit, marble, Benedetto da Maiano (1442-1497), Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence Florence Basilica of S

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: A farmer feeds his eels at a pond in Zhanggou County of Xiantao city

A farmer feeds his eels at a pond in Zhanggou County of Xiantao city, central Chinas Hubei province on June 27, 2006. Chinas central treasury allocated 297. 5 billion yuan (37.2 billion U.S)

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Girl with Pigtails

Girl with Pigtails
GRB4464 Girl with Pigtails by Llewelyn, Samuel Henry William (1858-1941); Private Collection

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Foes in the Guise of Friends

Foes in the Guise of Friends
BAL4457 Foes in the Guise of Friends by Lucas, Edward George Handel (1861-1936); Private Collection

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Discovery of the Piltdown Man in 1911

Discovery of the Piltdown Man in 1911
BAL4279 Discovery of the Piltdown Man in 1911 by Cooke, Arthur Claude (1867-1951); Geological Society, London, UK; (add.info.: discovered in 1912 by Charles Dawson; )

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Judith (oil on panel)

Judith (oil on panel)
XIR4471 Judith (oil on panel) by Giorgione, (Giorgio da Castelfranco) (1476/8-1510); 144x66 cm; State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: View of the exterior, built 1695-1711 (photo)

View of the exterior, built 1695-1711 (photo)
BAL4415 View of the exterior, built 1695-1711 (photo) by Wren, Christopher (1632-1723); St. Pauls Cathedral, London, UK; English, out of copyright

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2006 GP2 Series Testing. Circuit Paul Ricard, France. 28th June 2006. Clivio Piccione (MC, DPR Direxiv). Action. World Copyright: Andrew Ferraro/GP2 Series Media Service

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Spider on Sand - Close-up

Spider on Sand - Close-up
Walvis Bay, Namibia, Southern Africa

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Didier Aviette 1913

Didier Aviette 1913

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Anarhichas lupus, wolf eel

Anarhichas lupus, wolf eel
The skull of a wolf eel (Anarhichas lupus) whose teeth are specially adapted for crushing and eating spiny sea urchins. The wolf eel is native to British waters

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Betula pendula, Silver Birch tree

Betula pendula, Silver Birch tree

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Morus alba, White Mulberry, leafy tree with a short thick trunk

Morus alba, White Mulberry, leafy tree with a short thick trunk

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Homo ergaster females and young

Homo ergaster females and young, artists impression. The hominid H. ergaster is traditionally considered an early type of H. erectus by scientists

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Male and female Homo habilis

Male and female Homo habilis, artists impression. H. habilis was an ancestor of modern humans that lived between around 2.1 and 1.6 million years ago

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Silhouette Of The Front Of The Jokhang Temple Shortly Before Dawn

Silhouette Of The Front Of The Jokhang Temple Shortly Before Dawn

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Girls Feet On Grass With Flowers Between Her Toes

Girls Feet On Grass With Flowers Between Her Toes

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Raining On Yellow Daisies

Raining On Yellow Daisies

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Sunshine Through Fog And Trees

Sunshine Through Fog And Trees

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Yellow Flowers Reflected In Dew Drop

Yellow Flowers Reflected In Dew Drop

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Tulip Field And Windmill

Tulip Field And Windmill

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Reflection Of Flower In Dew Drops

Reflection Of Flower In Dew Drops

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Close-Up Of Tulips

Close-Up Of Tulips

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Snow On A Tree

Snow On A Tree

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Lighthouse At Heceta Head, Oregon, Usa

Lighthouse At Heceta Head, Oregon, Usa

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Sunrise On Mt. Hood, Oregon, Usa

Sunrise On Mt. Hood, Oregon, Usa

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Frost On Bushes

Frost On Bushes

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Vine Maples Leaves In Autumn

Vine Maples Leaves In Autumn

Background imageImages Dated 28th June 2006: Sunset At Trillium Lake, Mt. Hood, Oregon, Usa

Sunset At Trillium Lake, Mt. Hood, Oregon, Usa



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