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1358-445 - Blue Footed Booby (sula nebouxii). A marine bird found in the Eastern Pacific. Their unusual blue feet feature in their courtship rituals and are the result of their diet of fish.
1358-443 - The Galapagos Post Office on Floreana Island. The tradition began with 18th Century sailors who would leave letters here for homeward bound crews to take with them for delivery. The same system still operates today.
1358-425 - Galapagos Land Iguana (Conolophus subcristatus) on South Plaza island, Galapagos. They can grow up to 5 feet long and live for 60 years. They are among the largest lizards in the world.
1358-410 - Adult Swallow-Tailed Gull, a nocturnal equatorial seabird. It is found almost exclusively in the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador. The red rim around the eye is present during the breeding season.
1358-399 - The Bell of Hope outside St Paul's Chapel in New York, the oldest surviving public building in the city. It was a gift in 2002 from a church in London, England, and rung every year on September 11 to remember those killed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
1358-397 - Bicycles for rent under the Citi Bike system in New York City. There are around 33,000 bikes for rent at 1,900 stations and an average of 131,000 rentals take place each day.
1358-396 - Bicycles for rent under the Citi Bike system in New York City. There are around 33,000 bikes for rent at 1,900 stations and an average of 131,000 rentals take place each day.
1358-394 - The tomb of Alexander Hamilton (1755 - 1804), American statesman, soldier and Founding Father at Trinity Church, Broadway, New York. His life was the inspiration for the hit Broadway musical, Hamilton.
1358-379 - Washington Arch, in Washington Square Park, Lower Manhattan, New York. It was dedicated in 1895 to mark the centenary of George Washington's inauguration as President in 1789.
1358-376 - St Andrew Undershaft church, St Mary Axe, in the City of London, with the Gherkin behind it. The present church was built in the C16. The Gherkin was built in 2003.