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Images Dated 18th August 2016

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Indri Featured 18 Aug 2016 Print

Indri

^BIndri^b (^IIndri indri^i). This is the largest of the lemurs, its body reaching 90 centimetres in length. It lives in the rainforests of north- eastern Madagascar, feeding on fruits, leaves and flowers. The indri lives in small groups of between 3 and 5 individuals. Its loud call, which can be heard from over a mile away, is used to advertise the presence of the group to other lemurs. The destruction of the indri's habitat has led to a rapid decline in its population numbers. Photographed in the Analamazaotra or Perinet Special Reserve, Madagascar

© TONY CAMACHO/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Ancient Sarcophagus In A Rock Church In Sassi di Matera, Basilicata, Southern Italy Featured 18 Aug 2016 Print

Ancient Sarcophagus In A Rock Church In Sassi di Matera, Basilicata, Southern Italy

Ancient sarcophagus in an ancient deconsacrated rock church transformed in ancient times in a room for wine production, in Sassi di Matera, Basilicata Region also known as Lucania, Southern Italy. The city of Matera is considered the third oldest city in the world after Jericho and Aleppo, being inhabited continuously from the stone age to nowadays. World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1993

© Federica Grassi

Large Size Panoramic View Of Matera, Third Oldest City In The World And UNESCO World Heritage Site Featured 18 Aug 2016 Print

Large Size Panoramic View Of Matera, Third Oldest City In The World And UNESCO World Heritage Site

Large size panoramic view of the three different ages of Matera, considered the third oldest city in the world after Jericho and Aleppo, being inhabited continuously from the stone age to nowadays. World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1993. The modern city has been built on top of the canyon (Gravina di Matera), over the famous Sassi di Matera, rock dwellings inhabited until the fifties of the twentieth century. The opposite side of the canyon has numerous prehistoric cave dwellings carved into the soft tufa stone. In this image the three different kind of dwellings are all visible

© Federica Grassi