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Images Dated 8th April 2009

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Hawk T1 Aircraft High Above RAF Valley Featured 8 Apr 2009 Print

Hawk T1 Aircraft High Above RAF Valley

A specially painted Hawk T1 jet aircraft of the Royal Air Force's 208 Squadron, is pictured flying through the clouds over its home at RAF Valley in Wales.
This particular aircraft is the diplay Hawk for 2009 that will be seen by many thousands of people throughout the summer season of aircraft displays across the UK.
The underside of this Hawk is painted with the symbol of the RAF Benevolent Fund in celebration of the 90th anniversary of the organisation

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Cave houses in Goreme, Cappadocia Featured 8 Apr 2009 Print

Cave houses in Goreme, Cappadocia

Cave houses in Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey.Cappadocia is a historical region of Central Anatolia in Turkey, which covers parts of the provinces of Kayseri, Aksaray, Nigde and Nevsehir. Cappadocia is characterized by a unique geological formation in the world, and its historical and cultural heritage. In 1985, it was included by Unesco in the list of World Heritage.The unique landscape of Cappadocia is the result of the action of natural forces through the millennia. It makes 60 million years the Taurus mountain range was formed, in southern Anatolia, while the alpine chain was formed in Europe. The formation of the mountain range of the Taurus mountains caused numerous gullies and depressions in central Anatolia. Ten million years ago, these depressions were filled by magma and other volcanic features provided by the numerous volcanoes of central Anatolia.Gradually, the depressions were disappearing, transforming the region into a plateau. However, the mineral filled depressions is not very resistant to the action of wind, rain, rivers and temperature differences, so that erosion was sculpting the numerous valleys which Cappadocia is famous

Wild Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus) female emerging from undergrowth, Sierra de Andjar Natural Park Featured 8 Apr 2009 Print

Wild Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus) female emerging from undergrowth, Sierra de Andjar Natural Park

Wild Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus) female emerging from undergrowth, Sierra de Andjar Natural Park, Mediterranean woodland of Sierra Morena, north east Jan Province, Andalusia, Spain, April 2009, Critically endangered

Carnivores, Cats, Endangered, Europe, Females, Habitat, Lynx Pardinus, Mammals, Pete Oxford, Reserve, Spain, Vertebrates, Wwe