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|The Hawker Hunter was a British jet fighter aircraft of the 1950s and 1960s. The Hunter served for many years with the Royal Air Force and was widely exported, serving with 19 air forces. A total of 1,972 Hunters were produced by Hawker Siddeley and under licence.||05/28/2010||333|
|This is a giant white seal lying on a blue tarpaulin in the garden of a house in Den Haag. I think its the same seal that we can see at the "The Hague Plein", lying also on a blue tarpaulin. The resolution is great, you can see the eyes and the nose in GE.|
|Gweek seal sanctuary on Helford River in Cornwall
Added by admin: http://www.sealsanctuary.co.uk/corn1.html
|A Hawker Hunter on a car park at an industrial estate in Somerset||01/22/2008||261|
|The gray land here looks like a seal jumping out of water. (Picture the green parts as the sky, and the blue water is, well, the ocean.)||02/17/2009||472|
|Hawker Hunter on display in Suffolk||05/25/2008||270|
|A SPOOKY signal box at Naworth is being investigated by a ghost hunter after its eerie atmosphere left a rail worker trembling.|
A Ghost hunter believes that eerie sounds could be linked to a tragic accident in August 1926 when two children aged seven and 12 were among the nine people killed in a crash between a train and a coach. Six others were seriously injured.
|A few years ago, we've been diving in Bermuda with Teddy Tucker, one of the most famous treasure hunter of the world,|
I was involved, at this time by a great friend of mine, another famous historian and wreck hunter, Robert Stenuit.
When i left Bermudas, Teddy Gave me one of his famous shipwreck treasure map. Here are the approximate location of shipwrecks from this map.
|Found on the market place of The Hague.||08/16/2006||399|
|The home base of Steve Irwin - The Crocodile Hunter||07/14/2005||1,042|
|... "He came over the top of the stingray and the barb went up into his chest and put a hole in his heart." ...||09/07/2006||2,914|
|The 2008 Biennale of Sydney, which closed early Sep08, included a number of on-line art works. One of them, 'A Proposal Concerning' by New Zealand collective et al., uses Google Earth. The site is still active - the link is www.etalonline.com (note that certain browsers, eg. chrome, seem mildly concerned with the script on the intro page, although do work). The attached kml will allow you to vi...||09/13/2008||711|