French soldiers marching beside a river and over a bridge into a shelled Verdun. The battle of Verdun in 1916 was the longest and costliest battle World War I. From publication sponsored by a French railway company, 1919.
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Blue background botany, cob, corn on the cob, crop, ecology, environment, garden, green, home grown, horticulture, hybrid, kernels, leaves, lifestyle, vegetable, raho, England. Sweet corn, Zea mays saccharata Sturt., cob developing. This Cob displays both male and female sexual organs - it has the female part which has been developing into the cob and also anthers (male parts), so could be classed as hermaphrodite, perhaps a freak of nature. One of the recommended five a day portions of fruit and vegetables.
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Oyster catchers are stocky birds with bright eye-rings and long colourful colorful bills. Their diet is much more varied than their name implies. There are three species in New Zealand. Also known as the black oyster catcher, it varies from black and white to pure black, which is more common further south. It has a red bill and red-orange eye-ring, and pink legs. Larger than the pied oyster catcher, it measures 48 centimeters and weighs 725 grams
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