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Images Dated 18th July 2010

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The neo-gothic Hungarian Parliament building, designed by Imre Steindl Featured 18 Jul 2010 Image

The neo-gothic Hungarian Parliament building, designed by Imre Steindl

The neo-gothic Hungarian Parliament building, designed by Imre Steindl, illuminated at night, and the River Danube, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Budapest, Hungary, Europe

© Neale Clark

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Lynx Mk9A Over Afghanistan Featured 18 Jul 2010 Image

Lynx Mk9A Over Afghanistan

A Lynx Mk 9A helicopter flying over the desert in Helmand province, Afghanistan.
The Army Air Corps are now deploying the Mk 9A variant of the Lynx helicopter, which has a more powerful engine than the MK7 predecessor. The new engine allows the helicopter to fly faster, carry more weight and fly in hotter conditions (the Mk 7 was unable to fly in the day time during the Afghan summer).
Because the Mk 9A can carry more weight it can carry more firepower in the form of a 50 cal Heavy Machine Gun (HMG) rather than the 7.62mm General Purpose Machine Gun (GPMG) that the Mk 7 carried, this makes the Mk9A more effective at engaging targets on the ground

© Crown Copyright

CAN-4182 Featured 18 Jul 2010 Image

CAN-4182

CAN-4182
Black-tailed Prairie Dog - engaged in Jump-yip behavior - A strong arch of the back or "jump" followed by a shrill "yip"
thought to occur when a predator has left the area and in territorial displays - Wyoming - USA
Cynomys ludovicianus
John Cancalosi

© John Cancalosi / ardea.com

Action, America, American, Behaviour, Black Tailed, Calling, Display, Displaying, Displays, Ground Squirrel, Ground Squirrels, Jumping, M Ammals, Mammal, Movement, North America, North American, On Hind Legs, Prairie Dog, Prairie Dogs, Rodent, Rodents, Single, Standing, Stretching, United States, Wild Life