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  • 2021年09月04日
    EGYPT-DAKAHLIA-MANSOURA UNIVERSITY-AMPHIBIOUS WHALE FOSSIL-RESEARCH

    (210910) -- CAIRO, Sept. 10, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Abdullah Gohar, a researcher at Egypt‘s Mansoura University Vertebrate Paleontology Centre (MUVP), observes a fossilized amphibious four-legged whale tooth at the MUVP in Dakahlia province, Egypt, Sept. 4, 2021. Fragments of bones, including a fractured non-human large skull, mandibles, some isolated long crooked teeth, ribs and vertebrae, dating back to 43 million years ago, belong to an ancient amphibious four-legged whale. Excavated from rocks in the Fayum Depression of Egypt‘s Western Desert, the discovery is considered a scientific leap in paleontology and zoology, helping trace the story of the transition of early whales from land to sea, according to the researchers. TO GO WITH “Feature: Egypt‘s discovery of ancient 4-legged whale leap in paleontology: researchers“ (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091308202

  • 2021年09月04日
    EGYPT-DAKAHLIA-MANSOURA UNIVERSITY-AMPHIBIOUS WHALE FOSSIL-RESEARCH

    (210910) -- CAIRO, Sept. 10, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Abdullah Gohar, a researcher at Egypt‘s Mansoura University Vertebrate Paleontology Centre (MUVP), clears a piece of fossilized amphibious four-legged whale bone at the MUVP in Dakahlia province, Egypt, Sept. 4, 2021. Fragments of bones, including a fractured non-human large skull, mandibles, some isolated long crooked teeth, ribs and vertebrae, dating back to 43 million years ago, belong to an ancient amphibious four-legged whale. Excavated from rocks in the Fayum Depression of Egypt‘s Western Desert, the discovery is considered a scientific leap in paleontology and zoology, helping trace the story of the transition of early whales from land to sea, according to the researchers. TO GO WITH “Feature: Egypt‘s discovery of ancient 4-legged whale leap in paleontology: researchers“ (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091307635

  • 2021年09月04日
    EGYPT-DAKAHLIA-MANSOURA UNIVERSITY-AMPHIBIOUS WHALE FOSSIL-RESEARCH

    (210910) -- CAIRO, Sept. 10, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Abdullah Gohar, a researcher at Egypt‘s Mansoura University Vertebrate Paleontology Centre (MUVP), observes a piece of fossilized amphibious four-legged whale bone with microscope at the MUVP in Dakahlia province, Egypt, Sept. 4, 2021. Fragments of bones, including a fractured non-human large skull, mandibles, some isolated long crooked teeth, ribs and vertebrae, dating back to 43 million years ago, belong to an ancient amphibious four-legged whale. Excavated from rocks in the Fayum Depression of Egypt‘s Western Desert, the discovery is considered a scientific leap in paleontology and zoology, helping trace the story of the transition of early whales from land to sea, according to the researchers. TO GO WITH “Feature: Egypt‘s discovery of ancient 4-legged whale leap in paleontology: researchers“ (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091308050

  • 2021年09月04日
    EGYPT-DAKAHLIA-MANSOURA UNIVERSITY-AMPHIBIOUS WHALE FOSSIL-RESEARCH

    (210910) -- CAIRO, Sept. 10, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Abdullah Gohar, a researcher at Egypt‘s Mansoura University Vertebrate Paleontology Centre (MUVP), puts a rectangular open box with fossilized amphibious four-legged whale bones on a large table at the MUVP in Dakahlia province, Egypt, Sept. 4, 2021. Fragments of bones, including a fractured non-human large skull, mandibles, some isolated long crooked teeth, ribs and vertebrae, dating back to 43 million years ago, belong to an ancient amphibious four-legged whale. Excavated from rocks in the Fayum Depression of Egypt‘s Western Desert, the discovery is considered a scientific leap in paleontology and zoology, helping trace the story of the transition of early whales from land to sea, according to the researchers. TO GO WITH “Feature: Egypt‘s discovery of ancient 4-legged whale leap in paleontology: researchers“ (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091308179

  • 2021年09月04日
    EGYPT-DAKAHLIA-MANSOURA UNIVERSITY-AMPHIBIOUS WHALE FOSSIL-RESEARCH

    (210910) -- CAIRO, Sept. 10, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Abdullah Gohar, a researcher at Egypt‘s Mansoura University Vertebrate Paleontology Centre (MUVP), observes a piece of fossilized amphibious four-legged whale bone at the MUVP in Dakahlia province, Egypt, Sept. 4, 2021. Fragments of bones, including a fractured non-human large skull, mandibles, some isolated long crooked teeth, ribs and vertebrae, dating back to 43 million years ago, belong to an ancient amphibious four-legged whale. Excavated from rocks in the Fayum Depression of Egypt‘s Western Desert, the discovery is considered a scientific leap in paleontology and zoology, helping trace the story of the transition of early whales from land to sea, according to the researchers. TO GO WITH “Feature: Egypt‘s discovery of ancient 4-legged whale leap in paleontology: researchers“ (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091308028

  • 2021年09月04日
    EGYPT-DAKAHLIA-MANSOURA UNIVERSITY-AMPHIBIOUS WHALE FOSSIL-RESEARCH

    (210910) -- CAIRO, Sept. 10, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Abdullah Gohar (C), a researcher at Egypt‘s Mansoura University Vertebrate Paleontology Centre (MUVP), clears a piece of fossilized amphibious four-legged whale bone at the MUVP in Dakahlia province, Egypt, Sept. 4, 2021. Fragments of bones, including a fractured non-human large skull, mandibles, some isolated long crooked teeth, ribs and vertebrae, dating back to 43 million years ago, belong to an ancient amphibious four-legged whale. Excavated from rocks in the Fayum Depression of Egypt‘s Western Desert, the discovery is considered a scientific leap in paleontology and zoology, helping trace the story of the transition of early whales from land to sea, according to the researchers. TO GO WITH “Feature: Egypt‘s discovery of ancient 4-legged whale leap in paleontology: researchers“ (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091308099

  • 2021年09月04日
    EGYPT-DAKAHLIA-MANSOURA UNIVERSITY-AMPHIBIOUS WHALE FOSSIL-RESEARCH

    (210910) -- CAIRO, Sept. 10, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Abdullah Gohar, a researcher at Egypt‘s Mansoura University Vertebrate Paleontology Centre (MUVP), observes a fossilized amphibious four-legged whale tooth at the MUVP in Dakahlia province, Egypt, Sept. 4, 2021. Fragments of bones, including a fractured non-human large skull, mandibles, some isolated long crooked teeth, ribs and vertebrae, dating back to 43 million years ago, belong to an ancient amphibious four-legged whale. Excavated from rocks in the Fayum Depression of Egypt‘s Western Desert, the discovery is considered a scientific leap in paleontology and zoology, helping trace the story of the transition of early whales from land to sea, according to the researchers. TO GO WITH “Feature: Egypt‘s discovery of ancient 4-legged whale leap in paleontology: researchers“ (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091308079

  • 2021年09月04日
    EGYPT-DAKAHLIA-MANSOURA UNIVERSITY-AMPHIBIOUS WHALE FOSSIL-RESEARCH

    (210910) -- CAIRO, Sept. 10, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Abdullah Gohar, a researcher at Egypt‘s Mansoura University Vertebrate Paleontology Centre (MUVP), observes a piece of fossilized amphibious four-legged whale bone at the MUVP in Dakahlia province, Egypt, Sept. 4, 2021. Fragments of bones, including a fractured non-human large skull, mandibles, some isolated long crooked teeth, ribs and vertebrae, dating back to 43 million years ago, belong to an ancient amphibious four-legged whale. Excavated from rocks in the Fayum Depression of Egypt‘s Western Desert, the discovery is considered a scientific leap in paleontology and zoology, helping trace the story of the transition of early whales from land to sea, according to the researchers. TO GO WITH “Feature: Egypt‘s discovery of ancient 4-legged whale leap in paleontology: researchers“ (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091308069

  • 2021年09月04日
    EGYPT-DAKAHLIA-MANSOURA UNIVERSITY-AMPHIBIOUS WHALE FOSSIL-RESEARCH

    (210910) -- CAIRO, Sept. 10, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Abdullah Gohar, a researcher at Egypt‘s Mansoura University Vertebrate Paleontology Centre (MUVP), observes a piece of fossilized amphibious four-legged whale bone at the MUVP in Dakahlia province, Egypt, Sept. 4, 2021. Fragments of bones, including a fractured non-human large skull, mandibles, some isolated long crooked teeth, ribs and vertebrae, dating back to 43 million years ago, belong to an ancient amphibious four-legged whale. Excavated from rocks in the Fayum Depression of Egypt‘s Western Desert, the discovery is considered a scientific leap in paleontology and zoology, helping trace the story of the transition of early whales from land to sea, according to the researchers. TO GO WITH “Feature: Egypt‘s discovery of ancient 4-legged whale leap in paleontology: researchers“ (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091307632

  • 2021年09月04日
    EGYPT-DAKAHLIA-MANSOURA UNIVERSITY-AMPHIBIOUS WHALE FOSSIL-RESEARCH

    (210910) -- CAIRO, Sept. 10, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Abdullah Gohar, a researcher at Egypt‘s Mansoura University Vertebrate Paleontology Centre (MUVP), clears a piece of fossilized amphibious four-legged whale bone at the MUVP in Dakahlia province, Egypt, Sept. 4, 2021. Fragments of bones, including a fractured non-human large skull, mandibles, some isolated long crooked teeth, ribs and vertebrae, dating back to 43 million years ago, belong to an ancient amphibious four-legged whale. Excavated from rocks in the Fayum Depression of Egypt‘s Western Desert, the discovery is considered a scientific leap in paleontology and zoology, helping trace the story of the transition of early whales from land to sea, according to the researchers. TO GO WITH “Feature: Egypt‘s discovery of ancient 4-legged whale leap in paleontology: researchers“ (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091307994

  • 2021年09月04日
    EGYPT-DAKAHLIA-MANSOURA UNIVERSITY-AMPHIBIOUS WHALE FOSSIL-RESEARCH

    (210910) -- CAIRO, Sept. 10, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Abdullah Gohar, a researcher at Egypt‘s Mansoura University Vertebrate Paleontology Centre (MUVP), clears a piece of fossilized amphibious four-legged whale bone at the MUVP in Dakahlia province, Egypt, Sept. 4, 2021. Fragments of bones, including a fractured non-human large skull, mandibles, some isolated long crooked teeth, ribs and vertebrae, dating back to 43 million years ago, belong to an ancient amphibious four-legged whale. Excavated from rocks in the Fayum Depression of Egypt‘s Western Desert, the discovery is considered a scientific leap in paleontology and zoology, helping trace the story of the transition of early whales from land to sea, according to the researchers. TO GO WITH “Feature: Egypt‘s discovery of ancient 4-legged whale leap in paleontology: researchers“ (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091307612

  • 2021年09月06日
    EGYPT-DAKAHLIA-UNIVERSITIES-VACCINATION

    (210905) -- CAIRO, Sept. 5, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A student of Mansoura University receives a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Dakahlia Governorate, Egypt, Sept. 4, 2021. Egyptian universities started to vaccinate employees in the education sector, teaching staffs and students above 18 against COVID-19 pandemic ahead of the new academic year that begins next month. (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021090610625

  • 2021年09月06日
    EGYPT-DAKAHLIA-UNIVERSITIES-VACCINATION

    (210905) -- CAIRO, Sept. 5, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A student of Mansoura University receives a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Dakahlia Governorate, Egypt, Sept. 4, 2021. Egyptian universities started to vaccinate employees in the education sector, teaching staffs and students above 18 against COVID-19 pandemic ahead of the new academic year that begins next month. (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021090611077

  • 2021年09月06日
    EGYPT-DAKAHLIA-UNIVERSITIES-VACCINATION

    (210905) -- CAIRO, Sept. 5, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A student of Mansoura University receives a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Dakahlia Governorate, Egypt, Sept. 4, 2021. Egyptian universities started to vaccinate employees in the education sector, teaching staffs and students above 18 against COVID-19 pandemic ahead of the new academic year that begins next month. (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021090611172

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