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Images Dated 23rd April 2007

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Choose from 37 pictures in our Images Dated 23rd April 2007 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.


PM-10211 Tortoise: skeleton Featured 23 Apr 2007 Print

PM-10211 Tortoise: skeleton

PM-10211
Tortoise: skeleton
Carapace opened to show internal structure.
Testudo sp
Pat Morris
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© Pat Morris/ardea.com

Amphibians And Reptiles, Anatomy, Bone, Bones, Reptile, Reptiles, Single, Skeleton, Skeletons, Tortoise, Tortoises, Wild Life

View over Painted Desert showing coloured strata, the white layers are sandstone, whereas the reds are caused either by iron stained siltstones or iron oxide Featured 23 Apr 2007 Print

View over Painted Desert showing coloured strata, the white layers are sandstone, whereas the reds are caused either by iron stained siltstones or iron oxide

GET-1337
View over Painted Desert showing coloured strata, the white layers are sandstone, whereas the reds are caused either by iron stained siltstones or iron oxide
Arizona, USA
Geoff Trinder
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© Geoff Trinder/ardea.com

Killer whale / Orca - transient type Featured 23 Apr 2007 Print

Killer whale / Orca - transient type

FG-EC-026
Killer whale / Orca - transient type
Monterey Bay, Pacific Ocean, California, USA
Orcinus orca
There are three types of recognised Killer Whales - 'resident', 'transients' & 'offshore'. Physical differences are subtle, the main difference being habitat preferences, behaviour, primarily feeding behaviour. 'Residents' spend the summer months eating fish in British Columbia and around San Juan Islands, 'transients' hunt marine mammals and travel long distances up and down the coast and 'offshores' live mostly offshore dn their habits are poorly known.
Francois Gohier
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© Fran?ois Gohier/ardea.com