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Images Dated 25th February 2008

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A red kite flys over the Chiltern Hills in southern England Featured 25 Feb 2008 Print

A red kite flys over the Chiltern Hills in southern England

A red kite flys over the Chiltern Hills near Lewknor, southern England, February 25, 2008. The red kite became extinct in England around the end of the nineteenth century. However according to the RSPB there are now over 200 breeding pairs in the area and in the last two decades they have been re-introduced to England and Scotland with magnificent results. REUTERS/ Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN) - LM1E42P0ZDW01

A Merlin of 824 Naval Air Squadron carrying out a high-line transfer Featured 25 Feb 2008 Print

A Merlin of 824 Naval Air Squadron carrying out a high-line transfer

A Merlin of 824 Naval Air Squadron (NAS), carrying out a high-line transfers from the deck of HMS Ark Royal.
824 NAS are based out of RNAS Culdrose, Cornwall. The squadron were embarked onboard HMS Ark Royal, an aircraft carrier, conducting flight training, during Exercise Armatura Borealis 08. The Exercise was conducted within the Arctic Circle off the coast of Northern Norway

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Charles Darwin in his evolutionary tree Featured 25 Feb 2008 Print

Charles Darwin in his evolutionary tree

Charles Darwin in his evolutionary tree. Caricature of the British naturalist Charles Robert Darwin (1809-1882) sitting in his evolutionary tree'. Darwin studied the differences in closely related but geographically separated species. The evolutionary tree was the notion that all living things are related and, as different species have evolved from common ancestors, new branches of the tree occur. This notion was first illustrated and popularised in The Origin of Species (1859), which also discussed natural selection, the notion that variations in species form arose over time, but only those variations which enhanced a species chance of survival would be propagated

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