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Images Dated 30th January 2007

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A general view of Blackpool shows the North Pier and the Tower in northern England Featured 30 Jan 2007 Image

A general view of Blackpool shows the North Pier and the Tower in northern England

A general view of Blackpool shows the North Pier and the Tower in northern England, January 30, 2007. The northern city of Manchester unexpectedly won the fight to host Britain's first Las Vegas-style supercasino on Tuesday, beating off challengers including nearby Blackpool and London's Millennium Dome. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN) - GM1DUMREABAA

SIEUR DE MAISONNEUVE (1612-1676). Paul de Chomedey, Sieur de Maisonneuve Featured 30 Jan 2007 Image

SIEUR DE MAISONNEUVE (1612-1676). Paul de Chomedey, Sieur de Maisonneuve

SIEUR DE MAISONNEUVE
(1612-1676). Paul de Chomedey, Sieur de Maisonneuve. French colonial administrator. Sieur de Maisonneuve fighting the Iroquois outside the fort at Montreal, Canada, 1644. Drawing by C.W. Jefferys, 1942

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Comparison of animal feet, historical art Featured 30 Jan 2007 Image

Comparison of animal feet, historical art

Comparison of animals foot anatomy. Coloured historical artwork of the bones of the foot of an elephant, hippopotamus, rhinoceros, ox and horse. The number of weight-bearing toes reduces from left to right. In the elephant, the inner toe (marked I) is reduced and contains fewer bones than the others. This toe is seen to be greatly reduced or absent in the feet of the other animals. The number of toes is a characteristic feature of two mammal orders; the Artiodactlya (even-toed ungulates such as the hippo, ox, pig and deer) and Perissodactlya (odd-toed ungulates such as the rhino, horse and tapir). This artwork was published in The Human Foot and The Human Hand by G M Humphry, in 1861

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