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Images Dated 8th May 2010

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French soldiers of the 19th century Featured 8 May 2010 Print

French soldiers of the 19th century

Vintage colour engraving of French soldiers of the Second French Empire in the mid 19th century. An artillery officer on horseback

© Duncan Walker

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The great migration Featured 8 May 2010 Print

The great migration

Thousands of Wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus) and Zebras (Equus quagga) cover the grassland savannah of the northern Serengeti, Tanzania during their annual migration

© Paul Mckenzie

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South Africa-Cape of Good Hope-Features Featured 8 May 2010 Print

South Africa-Cape of Good Hope-Features

A general view of the Hout Bay harbour covered in mist from the Chapman's peak road on the outskirts of Cape Town. Chapman's peak road is the coastal link between Cape Town and the Cape of Good Hope. When following the African coastline from the equator the Cape of Good Hope marks the psychologically important point where one begins to travel more eastward than southward, thus the first rounding of the cape in 1488 by Portuguese explorer Bartolomeu Dias was a major milestone in the attempts by the Portuguese to establish direct trade relations with the Far East. He called the cape Cabo Tormentoso. As one of the great capes of the South Atlantic Ocean, the Cape of Good Hope has been of special significance to sailors for many years and is widely referred to by them simply as "the Cape". It is a major milestone on the clipper route followed by clipper ships to the Far East and Australia, and still followed by several offshore yacht races. AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA / AFP PHOTO / GIANLUIGI GUERCIA

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