Vancouver, May 23, 2002. Artist's rendering of Robert Pickton in court this morning. Sketch by Felicity Don / Special To The Sun. DOC002. [PNG Merlin Archive]
alt-text: A USGS scientist holding a western toad (Bufo boreas) with gloved hands. Photo Caption: USGS biologists and hydrologists are investigating the causes for the declined of the western toad (Bufo boreas) in Pacific Northwest states. One suspected cause of the decline is a fungal infection caused by the chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis.
The Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest coral reef, lies in the Coral Sea off northeastern Australia. Near Queensland, Australia
B0006422.jpg Wellcome Image Awards 2008. Embargo until 00.01 hrs Tuesday 11 March 2008 A clump of breast cancer cells. The blue cells are actively growing whereas the yellow ones are in the process of dying by programmed cell death (apoptosis) in the same way as the prostate cancer cells in the adjacent image. The many factors involved in the development of cancers, can affect cells in different organs in the generally the same ways to cause similar effects in different cell types
Colour-enhanced scanning electron micrograph by Dave McCarthy and Annie Cavanagh
Weight poll...File photo dated 14/4/2007 an obese woman crossing the road in Westminster, London. Almost half of British women and a third of men think their weight is 'out of control', according to a poll out today. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Monday January 28 2008. And it seems the fatter people are, the less control they feel they have over other aspects of their life. The poll was carried out for LighterLife See PA story HEALTH Weight. Photo credit should read: Clara Molden/PA Wire
In this Oct. 9, 2009 image provided by NASA, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) Diviner instrument captured infrared observations of the LCROSS impact. LRO flew by the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) Centaur impact site 90 seconds after impact at a distance of ~80 km. New images show a mile-high (1.6 kilometer-high) plume of lunar debris from the Cabeus crater shortly after the space agency's Centaur rocket struck Oct. 9.(AP Photo/NASA)
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This undated handout illustration provided by the journal Science shows a Raptorex. Weighing as little as 1/100th of its descendant T.Rex, Raptorex shows off its distinctive body plan of this most dominant line of predatory dinosaurs. About 125 million years ago a tiny version of Tyrannosaurus rex roamed what is now northeastern China. Tiny, that is, by T. rex standards _ you still wouldn't want to meet it face to face. Described by paleontologist Paul Sereno as "punk size," this early predator stood about 9 feet tall. It just seems small compared to the giant T. rex that evolved millions of years later and was as much as 100 times more massive. (AP Photo/Science, Todd Marshall)
In this undated handout photo made available by the Israeli Antiquities Authority on Friday, Sept. 11, 2009, showing an ancient stone engraved with a seven-branched candelabra, or menorah, seen at a synagogue in the northern Israeli town of Midgal, near Tiberias, after archeologists uncovered the carved stone. The menorah was engraved in stone around 2,000-years ago and found in a synagogue recently discovered by the Sea of Galilee and is thought to be one of the earliest depictions of a menorah. (AP Photo/IAA, HO) ** NO SALES **
Usain Bolt of Jamaica unleashes the Gully Creepa dance move after winning the gold medal in the men's 4 x 100m relay in Beijing.
Pregnant woman weighing herself on a bathroom scale. View from above. No face. Focus on belly and hands.