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Images Dated 3rd March 2007

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Chick with chocolate eggs Featured 3 Mar 2007 Image

Chick with chocolate eggs

DAC-145
Chick with chocolate eggs
UK
David Chapman
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© David Chapman / ardea.com

Agriculture, Animal, Babies, Baby, Bird, Blue, Britain, Chick, Chicken, Chickens, Chicks, Chocolate Eggs, Cute, Domestic, Easter, Egg, Eggs, Farm, Farm Animal, Farming, Fluffy, Fowl, Live Stock, Pastoral, Plain Background, Poultry, Rural, Seasonal, Single, Studio, Uk, Yellow, Young

UAE, Dubai, Deira, Deira Buildings along Dubai Creek and Baniyas Road Featured 3 Mar 2007 Image

UAE, Dubai, Deira, Deira Buildings along Dubai Creek and Baniyas Road

UAE, Dubai, Deira, Deira Buildings along Dubai Creek and Baniyas Road
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE)-DUBAI-Deira:
Aerial View of Deira Buildings along Dubai Creek and Baniyas Road/ Evening

© Walter Bibikow

Arabian Peninsula, Baniyas Road, Cities, City, D Usk, Deira, Deira Buildings, Dubai, Dubai Creek, Elevated View, Evening, Gulf, Jai, Middle East, Night, Travel, Travel Destinations, Uae, Ue01242, United Arab Emirates, Urban, Walter Bibikow, World Locations

AUS-1954 A Wandering anemone - usually attach themselves in large numbers to Sea whips or Gorgonian sea fans (thus dubbed Gorgonian wrappers') Featured 3 Mar 2007 Image

AUS-1954 A Wandering anemone - usually attach themselves in large numbers to Sea whips or Gorgonian sea fans (thus dubbed Gorgonian wrappers')

AUS-1954
A Wandering anemone - usually attach themselves in large numbers to Sea whips or Gorgonian sea fans (thus dubbed Gorgonian wrappers').
Common in southern Qld and NSW, North Solitary Island, New South Wales, Australia
Nemanthus sp.
Some are striped ('Tiger anemones'), some spotted and some pure white or yellowish. They can dis-attach and wander in the currents before re-settling.
Mark Spencer / Auscape / ardea
Auscape
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Mark Spencer / ardea.com