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Images Dated 25th September 2012

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Sleeping giant Featured 25 Sep 2012 Print

Sleeping giant

The Hammer of LouriA?al is an idyllic spot situated near the Cabo da Roca, Portugal.The road access is via a gazebo overlooking South and from there by rail to lead us to the beach Malhada. The trail winding down and becomes quite steep at the end, however upon reaching the sea level are presented by a small waterfall that bubbles falling from rock to rock to form a small stream that flows into the beach. Following the path of the water arrives at the beautiful beach of large pebbles, with its white to contrast with the dark tones of the cliffs. On the left we can see the stone Assentiz with its two large arches pierced by the sea and in front we see the imposing rock of the Malhada LouriA?al

Death Of Diomedes Featured 25 Sep 2012 Print

Death Of Diomedes

The Greek hero and demigod Heracles watches King Diomedes of Thrace being eaten by his own horses, during the completion of his famous Twelve Labours. Heracles had been instructed to steal the mares, which Diomedes fed on human flesh. Engraving by Fr. Steber after Schedy. (Photo by Kean Collection/Getty Images)

© 2012 Getty Images

Moa bone fragment Featured 25 Sep 2012 Print

Moa bone fragment

First piece of moa bone, found between 1831 and 1836. The 15cm fragment comes from the species Dinornis novaezealandiae and is 0.01-1.8 million years old. Moa were enormous extinct birds from New Zealand. This fragment of bone provided the first evidence that they existed. Richard Owen, the Natural History Museum's first superintendent, used his great anatomical knowledge to predict that it belonged to a giant bird that couldn't fly. Date: 1831

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum