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Images Dated 20th March 2006

Choose from 51 pictures in our Images Dated 20th March 2006 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Galapagos Sealion - hunting fish Featured 20 Mar 2006 Print

Galapagos Sealion - hunting fish

KA-299
Galapagos Sealion - hunting fish
Endemic to the Galapagos Islands
Zalophus californianus wollebaek
Kurt Amsler
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© Kurt Amsler/ardea.com

America, American, Behaviour, Ecuador, Endemic, Fish, Fishes, Fishing, Galapagos Islands, Hunting, In Water, Island, M Ammals, Mammal, Marine, Marine Mammal, Marine Mammals, National Parks, Nature Reserve, Pacific Ocean, Pinniped, Pinnipeds, Predator, Predator And Prey, Predators, Predators And Prey, Sea Bed, Sea Lions, Single, South America, South American, Swimming, Under Water, Water, Wild Life

Sun internal structure Featured 20 Mar 2006 Print

Sun internal structure

Sun internal structure, computer artwork. The central region of the Sun is the core (yellow/white), where hydrogen nuclei are fused together to form helium, with the release of enormous amounts of energy. It is this nuclear fission that powers the Sun. Surrounding the core is the radiative zone (orange/yellow tangles), where energy in the form of photons is emitted by nuclei and then reabsorbed almost immediately by nearby nuclei. The density of this layer decreases as it cools further from the core, until it is cool and rarefied enough for convection to take effect, in the convective zone (dark orange). Here hot plasma rises to the visible surface (photosphere, bright yellow) and cools (dark dots) before sinking back to the inner layers. The Sun is around 1.39 million kilometres in diameter

© CHRISTIAN DARKIN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Karoo moth - Adult visiting flower of plakkiebos (Crassula cultrata) Featured 20 Mar 2006 Print

Karoo moth - Adult visiting flower of plakkiebos (Crassula cultrata)

ASW-4400
Karoo moth - Adult visiting flower of plakkiebos (Crassula cultrata)
Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
Loxostege frustalis
Occur on vegetation in large numbers, often during the day, visiting flowers to feed on pollen. Inhabits drier regions, especially succulent karoo and grassland.
Alan J. S. Weaving
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© Alan Weaving/ardea.com