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Images Dated 9th February 2011

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Full size cast of Ahmed the renowned famous African elephant King of Marsabit who received Presidential protection from Jomo Kenyatta for his huge tusks Featured 9 Feb 2011 Image

Full size cast of Ahmed the renowned famous African elephant King of Marsabit who received Presidential protection from Jomo Kenyatta for his huge tusks

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Full size cast of Ahmed the renowned famous African elephant King of Marsabit who received Presidential protection from Jomo Kenyatta for his huge tusks
National Museum Kenya
Loxodonta africana
Mark Boulton
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© Mark Boulton / ardea.com

Cross of Cong, County Mayo, Viking Age (bronze, gold filigree, niello & glass) Featured 9 Feb 2011 Image

Cross of Cong, County Mayo, Viking Age (bronze, gold filigree, niello & glass)

XBP390415 Cross of Cong, County Mayo, Viking Age (bronze, gold filigree, niello & glass) by Celtic, (12th century); height: 76.5 cm; National Museum of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland; (add.info.: Early Irish Art; shrine designed for processional use to enshrine a relic of the True Cross;); Photo A© Boltin Picture Library; out of copyright

© © Boltin Picture Library / Bridgeman Images

Royal Navy Type 45 Destroyer HMS Diamond Featured 9 Feb 2011 Image

Royal Navy Type 45 Destroyer HMS Diamond

Royal Navy Type 45 destroyer HMS Diamond.
HMS Diamond, the Royal Navy's third Daring class destroyer built by BAE Systems in Govan, made her first return visit to the River Clyde Wednesday 9th February 2011.
The 7500-tonne warship, boasting state-of-the-art technology and a top speed of 27 knots, made her way to Loch Striven to make a brief refuelling stop, before continuing her journey round the top of Scotland.
She is en route to Aberdeen, the city with which she is affiliated and she will be alongside in the Granite City until Monday.
The Type 45 destroyer is currently undergoing sea trials before she is formally commissioned into the Royal Navy in May this year