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Images Dated 20th October 2010

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MALAYA: PLANTATION, 1931. The Market of the Garden Tropics - Malayan Pineapples. British Empire Marketing Board Poster, 1931 Featured 20 Oct 2010 Image

MALAYA: PLANTATION, 1931. The Market of the Garden Tropics - Malayan Pineapples. British Empire Marketing Board Poster, 1931

MALAYA: PLANTATION, 1931.
'The Market of the Garden Tropics - Malayan Pineapples. British Empire Marketing Board Poster, 1931

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Hour glass/Egg time Featured 20 Oct 2010 Image

Hour glass/Egg time

This egg timer is a form of hourglass which measure the time in minutes. In this case from left to right, five minutes, four minutes and three minutes. Factors which affect the time measured include the amount of crystals, the bulb size, the neck width and the sand quality. The hourglass must be tightly sealed to exclude moisture. The hourglass is thought to have originated in Ancient Greece. It was widely used by the 1300s.The hourglass is often used as a visual symbol representing tim

© SHEILA TERRY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Weddell seal skull, Leptonychotes weddellii Featured 20 Oct 2010 Image

Weddell seal skull, Leptonychotes weddellii

Specimen collected by Robert Falcon Scotts British Antarctic Expedition 1910-1913, also known as the Terra Nova expedition. It had a broad scientific programme and collected thousands of geological and zoological specimens. The Weddell seal is found in coastal areas of the Antarctic mainland and some sub-Antarctic islands. It relies on holes in the ice for breathing and accessing water, and uses its teeth to create the holes and keep them open. Date: 1910

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum