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Images Dated 20th April 2005

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Choose from 88 pictures in our Images Dated 20th April 2005 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.


The Witches Frolic Featured 20 Apr 2005 Print

The Witches Frolic

A page of verses from The Witches Frolic by English cleric and humorous writer Richard Harris Barham (1788-1845), a.k.a. Thomas Ingoldsby, published 1888. The illustration shows the three witches from the story, two ugly, one beautiful. Below is a depiction of the devil playing the bagpipes. Wood engraving by Edward Gascoine after Ernest M. Jessop. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

© 2005 Getty Images

A U.S. Marine Corps Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement Featured 20 Apr 2005 Print

A U.S. Marine Corps Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement

A U.S. Marine Corps Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement (MTVR) prepares to pull away after inserting Marines for a local neighborhood security patrol as part of Operation Crimson Tide. The MTVR is configured with Medium Armor and using an MK 19 Mod 3 40 mm grenade machine gun system on the cab turret

© Stocktrek Images

White-spotted jellyfish Featured 20 Apr 2005 Print

White-spotted jellyfish

White-spotted jellyfish (Phyllorhiza punctata). This jellyfish can grow to 50 centimetres across (bell size). The bell has numerous white spots. It is found in Australia, but has spread to Hawaii, the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico by accidental introduction. It is carnivorous, eating planktonic crustaceans, fish eggs and larvae. It has 8 thick arms hanging beneath its bell, used to bring food to its mouth. On the end of each arm are the stinging cells, as well as a thinner, transparent, ribbon-like appendage. Jellyfish are free-swimming aquatic invertebrates, related to the corals and anemones

© DIRK WIERSMA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY