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THE POLICE GAZETTE Part 1: The Police Gazette - Issues for 1866-1878, 1882-1897 & 1899-1900 from the Cambridgeshire Police ArchivesPart 1: The Police Gazette - Issues for 1866-1878, 1882-1897 & 1899-1900 from the Cambridgeshire Police Archives The Police Gazette is an invaluable resource for all those interested in: The history of crime. The changing role of the police from the Georgian through to the Victorian periods.
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Last updated at 01:00 15 November 2007 For 65 years, this Second World War fighter had lain hidden under the surface of a beach where it crash-landed. Just a short distance above it, holidaying families have built sandcastles, strolled and swum, all unaware of its existence. But now the P-38 Lightning has re-emerged after freak weather conditions caused the sands to shift and expose its rusting frame.
A cricket fossil preserved in the Green River Formation, a series of lake deposits in Wyoming, Utah and Colorado, indicates the insects had developed extremely sensitive ultrasonic hearing by at least 50 million years ago. This particular fossil is from northwestern Colorado. (Credit: Dena Smith, University of Colorado) U. COLORADO-BOULDER (US) — A new study of cricket and katydid fossils suggests the insects evolved ears long before bats, their major predator, came along.