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Images Dated 5th September 2005

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Human skull, X-ray Featured 5 Sep 2005 Image

Human skull, X-ray

Human skull. Coloured X-ray of a sagittal section through a human skull. The skull has been sliced in half down the centre, revealing details of the internal structures. These include the delicate bones and spaces of the paranasal sinuses (around the nose and eyes, centre left). The fused bones of the cranium encase and protect the brain. The nasal, cheek and upper jaw bones are fused to the cranium to form the facial skeleton (left). The lower jaw bone (mandible, lower left), is attached at flexible joints, allowing it to move. The upper and lower jaw bones contain 32 permanent teeth (lower left). The eye sockets (one at far left) house the eyes

© D. ROBERTS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

London: this is to days picture of the front of the Freddy Mills nite Spot. the former Featured 5 Sep 2005 Image

London: this is to days picture of the front of the Freddy Mills nite Spot. the former

London: this is to days picture of the front of the Freddy Mills nite Spot. the former world light-heavyweigtht boxing champion was found slumped near his car in a cobbled lane 20 yards from the club's main entrance in Charing Cross Road early today. He was 46. Mr Mills is believed to have been shot in the head. He was taken to the Middlesex Hospital but was found to be dead on arrival.
25 July 1965

© 2005 TopFoto

Slug on leek Featured 5 Sep 2005 Image

Slug on leek

Slug on leek. Slugs are gastropod molluscs that do not have shells. They feed on a variety of plants and can be pests on crops and garden plants. They are most active at night and when it is wet and can do an immense amount of damage. Ways of controlling the damage from, and number of, slugs, include trapping them, poisoning them, and using biological control such as hedgehogs

© VERONIQUE LEPLAT/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY