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Images Dated 24th September 2004

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Lowland TAPIR - feeding, close-up of head Featured 24 Sep 2004 Print

Lowland TAPIR - feeding, close-up of head

WAT-9427
Lowland TAPIR - feeding, close-up of head
Tapirus terrestris
Also known as Brazilian / Amazonian / South American Tapir.
Distribution: most of mainland South America from northern Colombia to Brazil, northern Argentina and Paraguay, Venezuela, Guyana, eastern Peru and northern and eastern Bolivia.
M. Watson
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© M.Watson/ardea.com

Art of structure of enzyme cytochrome C Featured 24 Sep 2004 Print

Art of structure of enzyme cytochrome C

Cytochrome C enzyme. Illustration of a model of the enzyme cytochrome C, important in the process of respiration. Cytochromes are proteins often regarded as enzymes. Here, one cytochrome C molecule is seen, made of 104 amino acids with a "heme" porphyrin ring containing iron (Fe). In the biochemical pathway of respiration, the valency of Fe2+ is converted to Fe3+ using oxygen, and with this electron transfer the energy carrier ATP is produced. Cytochromes are respiratory enzymes located on cell membranes such as in mitochondria, chloroplasts and endoplasmic reticulum

© FRANCIS LEROY, BIOCOSMOS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Merten s Water Monitor Lizard Featured 24 Sep 2004 Print

Merten s Water Monitor Lizard

DH-3462
Mertens Water Monitor Lizard
Manning Gorge, Kimberleys, Western Australia.
Varanus mertensi
Found along small streams and creeks in tropical northern Australia. Often seen sunning on exposed rocks. Superb swimmer, eating fish, frogs, shrimps and crabs in the Wet Season. Can hold breath for several minutes. In the Dry Season when streams become pools or dry up completely they eat insects, birds eggs, spiders ants, small mammals and carrion. Lay 10-14 eggs in burrows 50cm deep. Eggs hatch from 182-316 days depending on the temperature.
Don Hadden
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© Don Hadden/ardea.com