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Images Dated 1st November 2006

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Foot of a chameleon Featured 1 Nov 2006 Print

Foot of a chameleon

Foot of a chameleon. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the foot of a chameleon. Chameleons are the only lizards with zygodactyle feet, or with toes in a pincer arrangement. This gives them a strong grasp for climbing. On the front limb, the foot has two toes on the outside and three on the inside; on the hind limb this is reversed. Chameleons are found mainly in Africa and Madagascar, though some species also inhabit southern Europe and Asia

© STEVE GSCHMEISSNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

USA, Texas, Guadalupe Mountains National Park. Autumn colors in Guadalupe Mountains National Park Featured 1 Nov 2006 Print

USA, Texas, Guadalupe Mountains National Park. Autumn colors in Guadalupe Mountains National Park

USA, Texas, Guadalupe Mountains National Park. Autumn colors in Guadalupe Mountains National Park, situated in west Texas in the north tip of the Chihuahuan Desert

© Luc Novovitch / DANITA DELIMONT, AGENT

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Gm1Dtvnbabaa Featured 1 Nov 2006 Print

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Bonobo apes, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, rest at a sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans, but are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)