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Images Dated 25th January 2010

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huts of local Oromo nomads at Keyrensa in the Bale Mts Featured 25 Jan 2010 Image

huts of local Oromo nomads at Keyrensa in the Bale Mts

huts of local Oromo nomads at Keyrensa in the Bale Mts. NP. The Bale Mountains NP is known for one of the last populations of the Ethiopian Wolf (canis simensis), which can often been seen during hiking in the Bale Mts. Africa, Ethiopia

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Entrance of Tottenham Court Road Turnpike with a view of St Featured 25 Jan 2010 Image

Entrance of Tottenham Court Road Turnpike with a view of St

GHL82299 Entrance of Tottenham Court Road Turnpike with a view of St. James's Chapel, engraved by Heinrich Joseph Schutz (1760-1822), pub. 1809 (engraving) by Rowlandson, Thomas (1756-1827) (after); London Metropolitan Archives, City of London; A© London Metropolitan Archives ; English, out of copyright

© © London Metropolitan Archives / Bridgeman Images

Flamingo tongue (Cyphoma gibbosum) feeding on a seafan (Gorgonia ventalina Featured 25 Jan 2010 Image

Flamingo tongue (Cyphoma gibbosum) feeding on a seafan (Gorgonia ventalina

Flamingo tongue (Cyphoma gibbosum) feeding on a seafan (Gorgonia ventalina) Cyphomas feed on corals and concentrate the toxic chemicals into their mantle, which they then wrap around the outside of its shell. The mantle is brightly coloured to warn predators of its toxicity. The mantle also absorbs oxygen from the water. Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, British West Indies. Caribbean Sea

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