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Images Dated 2016 October

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Choose from 410 pictures in our Images Dated 2016 October collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Bridge washed into a field by Flowerdale River flood debris Featured October Print

Bridge washed into a field by Flowerdale River flood debris

Bridge washed into a field by Flowerdale River flood debris. In early June 2016 northern and north-western Tasmania experienced some of the most serious floods on record. The Mersey River Valley was particularly badly affected. Lapoinya, northwestern Tasmania, Australia

Australian, Bridge, Damage, Debris, Destruction, Extreme Weather, Flood, Flowerdale River, Natural Disaster, Pasture, Severe, Tasmanian, Weather

Claws of a Puget Sound king crab (Lopholithodes mandtii) Featured October Print

Claws of a Puget Sound king crab (Lopholithodes mandtii)

Claws of a Puget Sound king crab (Lopholithodes mandtii) that often seems to be missing one pair of legs but the fourth pair are usually inside the carapace. Alexander Archipelago, Pacific Ocean, southeastern Alaska, USA

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Animal, Bumpy, Crab, Crabs, Crustacean, Decapoda, Eastern Pacific, Fauna, Feeds On Echinoderms, King Crab, Large, Lithodidae, Lopholithodes, Macrograph, Macrophotograph, Magnification, Magnified, Malacostraca, Marine, Migratory, Mottled, Multicoloured, Orange Red Purple, Right Handed, Sea Life, Spectacular, Tubercles, Underwater, Wildlife

Puget Sound king crab (Lopholithodes mandtii) Featured October Print

Puget Sound king crab (Lopholithodes mandtii)

Puget Sound king crab (Lopholithodes mandtii) can be as much as 30 cm across. Its great right claw has teeth that can grind prey such as barnacles, sea urchins and starfish. Alexander Archipelago, Pacific Ocean, southeastern Alaska, USA

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Animal, Bumpy, Close Up, Crab, Crabs, Crustacean, Decapoda, Eastern Pacific, Fauna, Feeds On Echinoderms, King Crab, Large, Lithodidae, Lopholithodes, Malacostraca, Marine, Migratory, Multicoloured, Orange Red Purple, Right Handed, Sea Life, Spectacular, Tubercles, Underwater, Wildlife