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Images Dated 26th January 2010

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Zora Neale Hurston Portrait Featured 26 Jan 2010 Image

Zora Neale Hurston Portrait

Portrait of Zora Neale Hurston, circa 1940s, a world-renowned writer and anthropologist. Hurston's novels, short stories, and plays often depicted African American life in the South. Her work in anthropology examined black folklore. Hurston influenced many writers, forever cementing her place in history as one of the foremost female writers of the 20th century.(Photo by Fotosearch/Getty Images)

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The Action between His Majesty's Sloop, Bonne Citoyenne, and the French frigate Featured 26 Jan 2010 Image

The Action between His Majesty's Sloop, Bonne Citoyenne, and the French frigate

RNM286307 The Action between His Majesty's Sloop, Bonne Citoyenne, and the French frigate, La Furieuse, on the 6th July 1809, of the Western Islands, engraved by R & D Havell, published by Robert Cribb in 1810 (coloured engraving) by Webster, George (fl.1797-1832) (after); National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK; (add.info.: Bonne Citoyenne commanded by Captain William Mounsey;); A© National Museum of the Royal Navy; English, out of copyright

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A chimpanzee throws a video camera in a protective case in the Budongo Trail enclosure at Featured 26 Jan 2010 Image

A chimpanzee throws a video camera in a protective case in the Budongo Trail enclosure at

A chimpanzee throws a video camera in a protective case in the Budongo Trail enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo, Scotland January 26, 2010. For the last eleven months the chimpanzees residing in the Budongo Trail have been taking part in a study called The Chimpcam Project'. The project, a joint collaboration between the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, University of Stirling and Burning Gold Productions, allows the chimps to shoot their own footage using a chimp-proof camera, experience video streaming for the first time and learn how to use touch screen technology. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)