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Images Dated 4th April 2013

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Ardipithecus ramidus landscape Featured 4 Apr 2013 Image

Ardipithecus ramidus landscape

Ardipithecus ramidus landscape. Artwork of Ardipithecus ramidus male and female hominids (right) climbing a fallen branch and standing in an African forest during the Pliocene. A. ramidus is one of several extinct hominid species that form part of the human evolutionary tree. It lived around 4.4 million years ago. The first fossil of A. ramidus, Ardi (1994), was found at the Aramis site in Ethiopia's Afar depression. The animals are elephants, antelope, warthog, and leopard. For a similar scene, see C015/5359

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A picture shows the central business district of Sydney before Earth Hour Featured 4 Apr 2013 Image

A picture shows the central business district of Sydney before Earth Hour

A picture shows the central business district (Central Business District) of Sydney on March 21, 2013 before Earth Hour. Earth Hour, when everyone around the world is asked to turn off lights for an hour from 8.30 p.m. local time, is meant as a show of support for tougher action to confront climate change. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) - GM1E944178V01

Humour social comment the ale house cartoon by Cruikshank Featured 4 Apr 2013 Image

Humour social comment the ale house cartoon by Cruikshank

This is a cartoon etching by the well-known Victorian social caricaturist / cartoonist George Cruikshank (1792 - 1878), dated 1832. The Ale House is one of two panels that belong side-by-side, and this is number 1 of 2. Its companion is called The Home. (1832 is actually in the reign of Queen Victoria's predecessor, William IV.) Amongst other things, Cruikshank provided book illustrations for Charles Dickens. (Title) The Ale House. Most of the men are smoking pipes, and a smoky fug pervades the sketch. On the table is a jug of ale and a variety of drinking vessels, no two the same. On the wall are pictures of cock fighting and dog fighting, two activities that now are frowned upon (although even today, in the USA, it is reported that there are around 40, 000 people professionally involved in such sport'). Overall, there is a bright atmosphere of drunken revelry, to contrast with the grim darkness of the companion sketch The Home. Designed Etched & Published byGeorge Cruikshank. Septr. 1st 1832

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