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What Are You Doing Here? - 22 Aug 06
What Are You Doing Here? - 22 Aug 06
UKRAINE
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December 15, 2005
Two lion cubs play on top of furniture in a domestic house in Kharkov some 450 km (279.4 miles) northeast...
Kharkov, Ukraine
Two lion cubs play on top of furniture in a domestic house in Kharkov
Two lion cubs play on top of furniture in a domestic house in Kharkov some 450 km (279.4 miles) northeast of Kiev December 15, 2005. The three-months old lions live in the house of Tatyana Efremova, a veterinarian in Kharkov, who also keeps a number of other exotic animals. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich Pictures of the Month December 2005
SPACE SHUTTLE CRACK
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July 03, 2006
A gopher tortoise moves towards the space shuttle Discovery, seen sitting on the launch pad at the Kennedy...
Cape Canaveral, USA
Gopher tortoise moves towards space shuttle Discovery in Cape Canaveral Florida
A gopher tortoise moves towards the space shuttle Discovery, seen sitting on the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, July 3, 2006. NASA inspectors found a crack in the foam insulation of space shuttle Discovery's fuel tank and managers were meeting on Monday to decide how the crack might affect Tuesday's launch. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
AUSTRALIA
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May 11, 2005
A cane toad sits inside a plastic bag after Graeme Sawyer, founder of the Northern Territory group known...
Darwin, Australia
A cane toad sits inside a plastic bag at a billabong south of Darwin, Australia.
A cane toad sits inside a plastic bag after Graeme Sawyer, founder of the Northern Territory group known as Frog Watch, removed it from his trap at a billabong located 120 km (75 miles) south of Darwin May 11, 2005. Sawyer and his group have laid traps in an attempt to reduce the rapid spread of the cane toad that was introduced in the late 1930's into about 11 sugar growing locations in northern and central coastal Queensland in an attempt to control Frenchi and Greyback beetles, which proved ineffective. REUTERS/David Gray Pictures of the month May 2005 DG/TC
THAILAND
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June 06, 2006
A mahout watches the Thai animation movie Kan Kluay with his elephant in Ayuthaya province, about 80km...
Bangkok, Thailand
A mahout watches the Thai animation movie Kan Kluay with his elephant in Ayuthaya province
A mahout watches the Thai animation movie Kan Kluay with his elephant in Ayuthaya province, about 80km (49 miles) north of Bangkok June 5, 2006. The movie tells the story of a young Thai wild elephant who, while looking for his father, becomes the war elephant of the Thai King fighting against Burma and restored Thailand's ancient Ayuthaya empire that existed about 400 years ago. Picture taken June 5, 2006. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang Also see image GF1DVOHQLUAB
KOREA
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January 24, 2006
Eight-year-old monkey Gun-Mo skates on the ice during a promotional event for the 2006 Animal Academy...
Seoul, South Korea
Eight-year-old monkey Gun-Mo skates on the ice during a promotional event in Seoul
Eight-year-old monkey Gun-Mo skates on the ice during a promotional event for the 2006 Animal Academy show, which runs until February 10 in Seoul , January 24, 2006. The monkey was drilled to go skating for two weeks, the animal trainer said. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho FR060009 Pictures of the Month January 2006
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June 30, 2005
Three dogs look out of a bus window as they are transported to a day camp near Bogota in this photo taken...
Bogota, Colombia
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Three dogs look out of a bus window as they are transported to a day camp near Bogota in this photo taken on June 30, 2005. The 'Transmiperro' system (Transport my Dog) is a day camp for dogs, where a colourful bus takes them to a camp in the village of Cajica, 30 km (19 miles) north of Bogota, where the animals are trained and enjoy games and activities. Each pet owner pays between $34 and $106 per month depending on the program the dog is enrolled in. The dogs are returned home, exhausted, at the end of the day. To match feature Colombia-dogs PICTURES OF THE MONTH JULY 2005 REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez JMG/TC
JAPAN
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December 06, 2004
A Japanese monkey closes its eyes as it bathes in a hot spring in a valley in Yamanouchi, central Japan...
Japan
Japanese monkey bathes in hot spring in Yamanouchi, central Japan.
A Japanese monkey closes its eyes as it bathes in a hot spring in a valley in Yamanouchi, central Japan December 6, 2004. There are about 300 monkeys in the valley. Pictures of the month December 2004 REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama KM/CP
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