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Images Dated 6th March 2009

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A polar bear shakes his body to remove water at the St. Felicien Wildlife Zoo in St Featured 6 Mar 2009 Image

A polar bear shakes his body to remove water at the St. Felicien Wildlife Zoo in St

A polar bear shakes his body to remove water at the St. Felicien Wildlife Zoo in St. Felicien, March 5, 2009. According to Environment Canada, Canada is home of approximately 15,000 of the estimated 20,000-25,000 polar bears worldwide. The species is also listed as a special concern by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada while last year, the U.S. listed the polar bear as threatened under the U.S. Endangered Species Act because their sea ice habitat is melting down. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger (CANADA) - GM1E5360Y2H01

ALLEGORY OF ASTRONOMY. Astronomia, a personification of astronomy, with the Greek Featured 6 Mar 2009 Image

ALLEGORY OF ASTRONOMY. Astronomia, a personification of astronomy, with the Greek

ALLEGORY OF ASTRONOMY.
Astronomia, a personification of astronomy, with the Greek muse of astronomy, Urania, and the Alexandrian astronomer, Ptolemy. Woodcut from an edition of Johannes de Sacrobosco's Sphaerae mundi, Venice, Italy, 1490

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YERMAK TIMOFEYEVICH (d. 1584). Cossack leader Featured 6 Mar 2009 Image

YERMAK TIMOFEYEVICH (d. 1584). Cossack leader

YERMAK TIMOFEYEVICH (d. 1584).
Cossack leader. Tartars in Siberia stabbing the corpse of Yermak Timofeyevich, which according to legend bled miraculously for weeks after his death. Drawing, Russian, 17th century

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