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Images Dated 30th December 2005

Choose from 49 pictures in our Images Dated 30th December 2005 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Pink roses adorn side of float which will take part in annual Rose Parade in Pasadena Featured 30 Dec 2005 Print

Pink roses adorn side of float which will take part in annual Rose Parade in Pasadena

Pink roses adorn the side of a float which will take part in the 117th annual Rose Parade in Pasadena, California on December 30, 2005. Thousands of gallons of glue, millions of individual flowers, and tons of wood, steel, and other raw materials took weeks to be prepared for the annual Rose Parade which celebrates the beginning of the new year. This years Rose Parade will be held on Janurary 2 and not New Years Day for the 17th time in the Parade's history with Sandra Day O'Connor as this year's Grand Marshal. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson - RP2DSFILBBAD

A ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta) in the Canyon des makis Featured 30 Dec 2005 Print

A ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta) in the Canyon des makis

A ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta) in the Canyon des makis, Isalo National Park. Situated in cattle-owning Bara country of Southern Madagascar, Isalo National Park is deservedly popular for its sculptured canyons, natural rock pools, rare endemic plants and beautiful lemurs. Lemurs belong to a group of primates called the prosimians, meaning before monkeys'. Everywhere in the world except Madagascar, monkeys replaced them 35 million years ago. Madagascar has outstanding biodiversity; most of its flora and fauna is unique to the island and can be found nowhere else

© Nigel Pavitt/John Warburton-Lee Photography Ltd

Hawksbill TURTLE - swimming across coral reef Featured 30 Dec 2005 Print

Hawksbill TURTLE - swimming across coral reef

VT-8628
Hawksbill TURTLE - swimming across coral reef
Great Barrier Reef
Eretmochelys imbricata
Hawksbill turtles feed mainly upon sponges, but will take fish if it is offered.
Critically endangered species.
Valerie & Ron Taylor
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© ? Ron and Valerie Tayor/ardea.com