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Images Dated 11th February 2007

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Choose from 118 pictures in our Images Dated 11th February 2007 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


View of the Iguazu Falls from the Brazilian side of the Iguazu River that delimits Featured 11 Feb 2007 Print

View of the Iguazu Falls from the Brazilian side of the Iguazu River that delimits

A view is seen of the Iguazu Falls, one of the world's largest, from the Brazilian side of the Iguazu River that delimits the border with Argentina, six months after the worst drought in two decades dried the falls to a trickle, in Foz do Iguacu February 10, 2007. Picture taken on February 10, 2007. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (BRAZIL) - GM1DUOYDAIAA

Tornado GR4 with Raptor Reconnaissance Pod Featured 11 Feb 2007 Print

Tornado GR4 with Raptor Reconnaissance Pod

A Tornado GR4 aircraft operated by the Royal Air Force, takes off from RAF Marham in Norfolk.
A Raptor Airborne Reconnaissance Pod can be seen fitted beneath the fuselage.
The images received by the pod can be transmitted via a real-time data-link system to image analysts at a ground station, or can be displayed in the cockpit during flight. The imagery can also be recorded for post-flight analysis.
The RAPTOR system can create images of hundreds of separate targets in one sortie; it is capable of autonomous operation against preplanned targets, or it can be re-tasked manually for targets of opportunity or to select a different route to the target.
The stand-off range of the sensors allows the aircraft to remain outside heavily-defended areas, to minimise the aircraft's exposure to enemy air-defence systems

MAB-498 Tuatara lizard Featured 11 Feb 2007 Print

MAB-498 Tuatara lizard

MAB-498
Tuatara lizard
Rainbow Springs North Island New Zealand
Sphenodon punctatus
Sphenodon is an ancient survivor from the Juassic period - the age of dinosaurs and survives in limited numbers on some of New Zealands outlying islands where predators have been eliminated. Sex is determined by temperature so there are concerns that global warming might result in a much higher percentage of males.
Mark Boulton
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