A male gelada, Theropithecus gelada, pauses in an outdoor pen at the Zurich zoo December 20, 2006. Gelada baboons which inhabit mountain grasslands in Ethiopia are categorised as being at a lower risk of extinction by the World Conservationist Union's (IUCN) Red List, which lists threatened species.
20 Dec 2006 REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs
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Europe's "Biggest Dino" Discovered in Spain
The giant plant-eating Turiasaurus riodevensis, recently discovered in northern Spain, measured up to 120 feet (37 meters) in length and weighed as much as 48 tons, scientists say.The animal, whose 11-foot-long (3.5-meter-long) left forelimb is seen inset, once roamed all across Europe and hints at future finds of behemoth dinosaurs on the continent.
Image by Carin L. Cain, copyright AAAS/Science; inset courtesy Fundación Dinópolis