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Images Dated 24th March 2007

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LA-5305 Dog - Border collie rounding up black-faced sheep in field Featured 24 Mar 2007 Print

LA-5305 Dog - Border collie rounding up black-faced sheep in field

LA-5305
Dog - Border collie rounding up black-faced sheep in field
Jean-Michel Labat
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© J. M. Labat / ardea.com

Agricultural, Agriculture, Black Faced, Border Collie, Border Collies, Breeds, Collie, Collies, Dog, Domestic, Farm Animals, Farming, Field, Fields, Flock, Flocks, Group, Groups, Herd, Herd Breeds, Herding, Herds, In Field, Live Stock, M Ammals, Mammal, Out Side, Sheep, Sheep Dog, Sheep Dogs, Single, Working

Eastern triangular butterflyfish (Chaetodon baronessa) Featured 24 Mar 2007 Print

Eastern triangular butterflyfish (Chaetodon baronessa)

Eastern triangular butterflyfish (Chaetodon baronessa), A striking member of the colourful butterflyfish family, this species is one of 116 that live mainly around coral reefs in tropical seas. They feed on live coral polyps of Acropora stony corals, or sometimes small benthic invertebrates and algae. Anilao, Manila, Philippines

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Dr Heinrich Barth, German geographer and explorer, (c1900) Featured 24 Mar 2007 Print

Dr Heinrich Barth, German geographer and explorer, (c1900)

Dr Heinrich Barth, German geographer and explorer, at Timbuktu, Mali, (c1900). Heinrich Barth (1821-1865) was a member of the expedition commanded by James Richardson, sent to penetrate the Sahara from the north in 1850. When Richardson died in Nigeria in 1851, Barth took command, and after extensive exploration returned to London in 1855. His scientific training and thoroughness meant that more was learned about the geography and peoples of the interior of north and west Africa from him than from any previous explorers of the region. Dutch advertising for Cibils meat extract, (c1900)

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