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Images Dated 22nd February 2006

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Choose from 33 pictures in our Images Dated 22nd February 2006 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Ardea Wildlife Pets Environment.


AU-75-LAW Australia - Beachgoer enjoying landscape of the open surf beach. The international tourist industry in the region relies on the good condition of the mountains, coast, islands & waters Featured 22 Feb 2006 Print

AU-75-LAW Australia - Beachgoer enjoying landscape of the open surf beach. The international tourist industry in the region relies on the good condition of the mountains, coast, islands & waters

AU-75-LAW
Australia - Beachgoer enjoying landscape of the open surf beach. The international tourist industry in the region relies on the good condition of the mountains, coast, islands & waters.
near Fingal Head, north coast New South Wales, Australia (near Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Queensland)
Auscape
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© Wayne Lawler/ardea.com

Elephants competing for food strip bark off trees in the Ngulia Black Rhino Sanctuary Featured 22 Feb 2006 Print

Elephants competing for food strip bark off trees in the Ngulia Black Rhino Sanctuary

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Elephants competing for food strip bark off trees in the Ngulia Black Rhino Sanctuary
in Kenyas Tsavo National Park West.
Loxodonta africana
This is a protected stronghold for the highly endangered Black or Hook-lipped rhinoceros which is now a CITES Appendix 1 listed species. From the original three rhinos captured from the Tsavo West area, a further three, then 15 more were introduced from the Nairobi National Park population. Now covering an area of 67 kms protected by a solar powered electric fence, numbers have increased to over 70 individuals (March 2006). Around 5 new calves are born every year. Unfortunately numbers of elephant and buffalo are also increasing in the sanctuary and are beginning to threaten availability of water and also damaging the vegetation.
Mark Boulton
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© Mark Boulton/ardea.com