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Images Dated 23rd November 2005

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WOODPIGEONS - x two, on branch Featured 23 Nov 2005 Image

WOODPIGEONS - x two, on branch

CAN-169
WOODPIGEONS - x two, on branch
UK
Columba palumbus
John Cancalosi
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Parasaurolophus dinosaur Featured 23 Nov 2005 Image

Parasaurolophus dinosaur

Parasaurolophus dinosaur, artwork. Parasaurolophus was a hadrosaurid or duck-billed dinosaur. It lived during the Upper Cretaceous (75-65 million years ago) in North America, living on grassy plains where it lived in herds. Parasaurolophus reached up to 10 metres in length and weighed up to two tonnes. Scientists believe that these dinosaurs produced sound by forcing air through the hollow crests on their heads

© JOE TUCCIARONE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Stegosaurus dinosaur Featured 23 Nov 2005 Image

Stegosaurus dinosaur

Stegosaurus dinosaur, artwork. Stegosaurus was a herbivorous dinosaur and is the best-known member of the group Stegosauridae. It was about 9 metres long and 2.75 metres tall, and weighed about 3 tonnes. A row of bony plates ran down its back. These may have been used as cooling fins, or in mating displays. The spikes on the end of the tail were probably used to defend against predators. The rear legs were longer than the front legs. Stegosaurus lived during the late Jurassic period, between 156 and 140 million years ago. Its remains have been found in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia

© JOE TUCCIARONE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY