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CANADA/
RTR3B9U8
December 06, 2012
Newly caught dogfish sharks are pulled aboard the Ocean Sunset commercial fishing boat in the Pacific...
UCLUELET, Canada
Newly caught dogfish sharks are pulled aboard the Ocean Sunset commercial fishing boat in the Pacific...
Newly caught dogfish sharks are pulled aboard the Ocean Sunset commercial fishing boat in the Pacific Ocean off of Ucluelet, British Columbia June 25, 2012. The Ocean Sunset hunts sharks as well as other fish for their meat and fins. After the fishermen catch them, dogfish sharks are sent to a processing plant, the fins are removed and the body is skinned. The bellies are exported to Germany to be smoked for pub food, and the fins are sent to Asia, where they are used in shark fin soup - a delicacy in Chinese culture. Animal rights advocates criticise the shark fin harvest but others say that eating shark fins is an old cultural tradition. Picture taken June 25, 2012. REUTERS/Ben Nelms (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)

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AUSTRALIA/
RTR2ORTQ
July 12, 2011
A 4.5 metre (15 feet) long, 1500kg frozen Great Hammerhead Shark is seen at Melbourne Aquarium July 12,...
Melbourne, Australia
A 4.5m frozen Great Hammerhead Shark is seen at Melbourne Aquarium
A 4.5 metre (15 feet) long, 1500kg frozen Great Hammerhead Shark is seen at Melbourne Aquarium July 12, 2011. The shark was caught in Australian waters as a by-catch by commercial fishermen in March 2010. It is housed in a specially designed refrigerated unit and is used as a promotional exhibit to raise awarness of shark conservation. The Great Hammerhead Shark is the largest species of the hammerhead family, it is also the most endangered. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPAIN/
RTR1SY4B
August 20, 2007
Barcelona Aquarium staff capture a Mediterranean Grey Shark at "Miracle" beach, near Tarragona August...
Tarragona, Spain
Barcelona Aquarium staff capture a Mediterranean Grey Shark at "Miracle" beach, near Tarragona
Barcelona Aquarium staff capture a Mediterranean Grey Shark at "Miracle" beach, near Tarragona August 20, 2007. The shark was seen near the beach several times in the last few days and will be kept in quaratine before being released into open waters, according to aquarium officials. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN)
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRHJRQ
July 14, 2005
With the Kennedy Space Center on the horizon in the background a sand shark hangs above the ocean after...
Cocoa Beach, USA
Sand shark hangs above the ocean after being caught by a fisherman near Kennedy Space Center.
With the Kennedy Space Center on the horizon in the background a sand shark hangs above the ocean after being caught by a fisherman in Cocoa Beach, July 14, 2005. Life on the beach returned to normal as thousands who gathered to watch the launch of space shuttle Discovery dispersed after the launch was postponed due to a faulty sensor in the fuel tank. NASA called off the much-anticipated launch of Discovery less than three hours before the scheduled mid-afternoon liftoff. The next attempt could be on Saturday at the earliest, but first NASA must figure out why the fuel sensor malfunctioned. The shark was released back into the ocean by the fisherman. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn GMH/TZ
CRICKET-ENGLAND-T20-FINALS/
RTS21HRT
September 15, 2018
Cricket - T20 Blast Finals Day - Edgbaston, Birmingham, Britain - September 15, 2018 Worcestershire...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
T20 Blast Finals Day
Cricket - T20 Blast Finals Day - Edgbaston, Birmingham, Britain - September 15, 2018 Worcestershire Rapids' Joe Clarke is caught out by Sussex Sharks' Michael Burgess (R) Action Images/Andrew Boyers
RUGBY-ENGLAND-NORTHAMPTON-SALE/
RTX2WC6F
December 23, 2016
Britain Rugby Union - Northampton Saints v Sale Sharks - Aviva Premiership - Franklin's Gardens - 23/12/16...
United Kingdom
Northampton Saints' Ken Pisi in action
Britain Rugby Union - Northampton Saints v Sale Sharks - Aviva Premiership - Franklin's Gardens - 23/12/16 Northampton Saints' Ken Pisi in action Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Andrew Boyers Livepic EDITORIAL USE ONLY
RUGBY-ENGLAND-BATH-SALE/
RTX2BQPU
April 26, 2016
Rugby Union - Bath Rugby v Sale Sharks - Aviva Premiership - Recreation Ground - 15/16 - 23/4/16
Dave...
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Bath Rugby v Sale Sharks - Aviva Premiership
Rugby Union - Bath Rugby v Sale Sharks - Aviva Premiership - Recreation Ground - 15/16 - 23/4/16
Dave Attwood of Bath Rugby catches a high ball
Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Andrew Boyers

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OneShot
Whale Shark - 04 Aug 2014
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AUSTRALIA-SHARKS/
RTR3KM2N
April 09, 2014
A Chinese tourist takes a photograph of a shark swimming towards him at the Sydney Aquarium April 9,...
Sydney, Australia
A Chinese tourist takes a photograph of a shark swimming towards him at the Sydney Aquarium
A Chinese tourist takes a photograph of a shark swimming towards him at the Sydney Aquarium April 9, 2014. Australia ranks high in global charts of shark attacks and is currently running an aggressive culling drive against the marine predator, but a new survey says many Australians aren't really that worried about them although the largest shark culling drive in the world is currently under way in Western Australia, where attacks are most common. Forty-five sharks have been killed there so far this year after being caught on baited drum lines the state government wants to extend for three years. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS EDUCATION)
AUSTRALIA-SHARKS/
RTR3KM2D
April 09, 2014
A lemon shark swims above shark attack policy researcher from the University of Sydney Christopher Neff...
Sydney, Australia
A lemon shark swims above shark researcher from the University of Sydney Neff at the Sydney Aquarium
A lemon shark swims above shark attack policy researcher from the University of Sydney Christopher Neff at the Sydney Aquarium April 9, 2014. Australia ranks high in global charts of shark attacks and is currently running an aggressive culling drive against the marine predator, but a new survey conducted by Neff says many Australians aren't really that worried about them although the largest shark culling drive in the world is currently under way in Western Australia, where attacks are most common. Forty-five sharks have been killed there so far this year after being caught on baited drum lines the state government wants to extend for three years. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS EDUCATION)
AUSTRALIA-SHARKS/
RTR3KM28
April 09, 2014
Sharks swim above shark attack policy researcher from the University of Sydney Christopher Neff at the...
Sydney, Australia
Sharks swim above shark researcher from the University of Sydney Neff at the Sydney Aquarium
Sharks swim above shark attack policy researcher from the University of Sydney Christopher Neff at the Sydney Aquarium April 9, 2014. Australia ranks high in global charts of shark attacks and is currently running an aggressive culling drive against the marine predator, but a new survey conducted by Neff says many Australians aren't really that worried about them although the largest shark culling drive in the world is currently under way in Western Australia, where attacks are most common. Forty-five sharks have been killed there so far this year after being caught on baited drum lines the state government wants to extend for three years. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS EDUCATION)
AUSTRALIA-SHARKS/
RTR3KM21
April 09, 2014
Sharks swim above shark attack policy researcher from the University of Sydney Christopher Neff at the...
Sydney, Australia
Sharks swim above shark researcher from the University of Sydney Neff at the Sydney Aquarium
Sharks swim above shark attack policy researcher from the University of Sydney Christopher Neff at the Sydney Aquarium April 9, 2014. Australia ranks high in global charts of shark attacks and is currently running an aggressive culling drive against the marine predator, but a new survey conducted by Neff says many Australians aren't really that worried about them although the largest shark culling drive in the world is currently under way in Western Australia, where attacks are most common. Forty-five sharks have been killed there so far this year after being caught on baited drum lines the state government wants to extend for three years. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION)
AUSTRALIA-SHARKS/
RTR3KM1Q
April 09, 2014
Shark attack policy researcher from the University of Sydney Christopher Neff looks at a lemon shark...
Sydney, Australia
Shark researcher from the University of Sydney Neff looks at a lemon shark at the Sydney Aquarium
Shark attack policy researcher from the University of Sydney Christopher Neff looks at a lemon shark as it swims above him at the Sydney Aquarium April 9, 2014. Australia ranks high in global charts of shark attacks and is currently running an aggressive culling drive against the marine predator, but a new survey conducted by Neff says many Australians aren't really that worried about them although the largest shark culling drive in the world is currently under way in Western Australia, where attacks are most common. Forty-five sharks have been killed there so far this year after being caught on baited drum lines the state government wants to extend for three years. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANIMALS EDUCATION)
PAKISTAN/
RTR3IMR0
March 26, 2014
Residents gather around a whale shark after it was brought to Karachi's fish harbour March 26, 2014....
Karachi, Pakistan
Residents gather around a whale shark after it was brought to Karachi's fish harbour
Residents gather around a whale shark after it was brought to Karachi's fish harbour March 26, 2014. Local fishermen on Wednesday caught a 20-foot-long whale shark off the coast of Karachi, local media reported. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT)
SAFRICA-ABALONE/
RTR3IM0L
March 26, 2014
A conservation official holds a bag of abalone confiscated from suspected poachers in Cape Town March...
Cape Town, South Africa
A conservation official holds a bag of abalone confiscated from suspected poachers in Cape Town
A conservation official holds a bag of abalone confiscated from suspected poachers in Cape Town March 13, 2014. Destined for trendy restaurants in Hong Kong and China, abalone - dubbed "white gold" after its pearly flesh - can fetch up to 4,500 rand ($420) a kg on the South African black market, and nearly three times that in Asia, experts say. Also found in abundance in cold waters off New Zealand, Australia, Japan and the west coast of the United States, abalone from South Africa is considered to be among the best. The hunt is driving the species to the edge of extinction, but fears of being caught - either by coastguards or great white sharks - are relegated to the back of poachers' minds by the glittering prizes on offer. Picture taken March 13, 2014. To match Feature SAFRICA-ABALONE/ REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SAFRICA-ABALONE/
RTR3IM0I
March 26, 2014
A bag of dried abalone confiscated from suspected poachers is seen in Cape Town March 13, 2014. Destined...
Cape Town, South Africa
A bag of dried abalone confiscated from suspected poachers is seen in Cape Town
A bag of dried abalone confiscated from suspected poachers is seen in Cape Town March 13, 2014. Destined for trendy restaurants in Hong Kong and China, abalone - dubbed "white gold" after its pearly flesh - can fetch up to 4,500 rand ($420) a kg on the South African black market, and nearly three times that in Asia, experts say. Also found in abundance in cold waters off New Zealand, Australia, Japan and the west coast of the United States, abalone from South Africa is considered to be among the best. The hunt is driving the species to the edge of extinction, but fears of being caught - either by coastguards or great white sharks - are relegated to the back of poachers' minds by the glittering prizes on offer. Picture taken March 13, 2014. To match Feature SAFRICA-ABALONE/ REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SAFRICA-ABALONE/
RTR3IM0G
March 26, 2014
A conservation official holds abalone confiscated from suspected poachers in Cape Town March 13, 2014....
Cape Town, South Africa
A conservation official holds abalone confiscated from suspected poachers in Cape Town
A conservation official holds abalone confiscated from suspected poachers in Cape Town March 13, 2014. Destined for trendy restaurants in Hong Kong and China, abalone - dubbed "white gold" after its pearly flesh - can fetch up to 4,500 rand ($420) a kg on the South African black market, and nearly three times that in Asia, experts say. Also found in abundance in cold waters off New Zealand, Australia, Japan and the west coast of the United States, abalone from South Africa is considered to be among the best. The hunt is driving the species to the edge of extinction, but fears of being caught - either by coastguards or great white sharks - are relegated to the back of poachers' minds by the glittering prizes on offer. Picture taken March 13, 2014. To match Feature SAFRICA-ABALONE/ REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
LEBANON/
RTX16K0Z
December 15, 2013
Residents observe dead mud sharks, also known as "dogfish", on the ground at a fishmonger's stall in...
Tyre, Lebanon
Residents observe dead mud sharks, also known as "dogfish", on the ground at a fishmonger's stall in...
Residents observe dead mud sharks, also known as "dogfish", on the ground at a fishmonger's stall in the coastal city of Tyre, southern Lebanon, December 15, 2013. Nine sharks, weighing up to 50kg each, were caught in Tyre, according to local fishermen, who believe they were brought to the coastal waters by Storm Alexa, which swept the eastern Mediterranean this week. A kilogram of shark meat was sold for around $3 each, according to sellers. REUTERS/Haidar Hawila (LEBANON - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
LEBANON/
RTX16K0Y
December 15, 2013
Dead mud sharks, also known as "dogfish", lie on the ground at a fishmonger's stall in the coastal city...
Tyre, Lebanon
Dead mud sharks, also known as "dogfish", lie on the ground at a fishmonger's stall in the coastal city...
Dead mud sharks, also known as "dogfish", lie on the ground at a fishmonger's stall in the coastal city of Tyre, southern Lebanon, December 15, 2013. Nine sharks, weighing up to 50kg each, were caught in Tyre, according to local fishermen, who believe they were brought to the coastal waters by Storm Alexa, which swept the eastern Mediterranean this week. A kilogram of shark meat was sold for around $3 each, according to sellers. REUTERS/Haidar Hawila (LEBANON - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS BUSINESS)
PAKISTAN/
RTR3D86A
February 01, 2013
A man stops residents from gathering around a whale shark after it was brought to Karachi's fish harbour...
Karachi, Pakistan
Man stops residents from gathering around a whale shark after it was brought to Karachi's fish harbour...
A man stops residents from gathering around a whale shark after it was brought to Karachi's fish harbour February 1, 2013. Local fishermen caught the 12 feet long whale shark off the coast of Karachi, local media reported. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTR3D865
February 01, 2013
Residents gather around a whale shark after it was brought to Karachi's fish harbour February 1, 2013....
Karachi, Pakistan
Residents gather around whale shark after it was brought to Karachi's fish harbour
Residents gather around a whale shark after it was brought to Karachi's fish harbour February 1, 2013. Local fishermen caught the 12 feet long whale shark off the coast of Karachi, local media reported. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTR3D864
February 01, 2013
Residents gather around a whale shark after it was brought to Karachi's fish harbor February 1, 2013....
Karachi, Pakistan
Residents gather around a whale shark after it was brought to Karachi's fish harbor
Residents gather around a whale shark after it was brought to Karachi's fish harbor February 1, 2013. Local fishermen caught the 12 feet long whale shark off the coast of Karachi, local media reported. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/FISH
RTR3BJAQ
December 13, 2012
A Palestinian vendor holds a shark at a fish market in Gaza City December 13, 2012. The horizon of the...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian vendor holds a shark at a fish market in Gaza City
A Palestinian vendor holds a shark at a fish market in Gaza City December 13, 2012. The horizon of the claustrophobic Gaza Strip stretches further out to sea after a bloody eight-day battle last month and its main market gleams with extra supplies of locally-caught fish. In a low-key move it has yet to acknowledge, Israel moved a naval blockade it imposed in 2009 back to six miles (10 km) from the Palestinian enclave's coast from three on Nov 23, two days after signing an Egypt-brokered truce with Gaza's Hamas rulers. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS FOOD SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTR3B9VT
December 06, 2012
Newly caught dogfish sharks are pulled aboard the Ocean Sunset commercial fishing boat in the Pacific...
UCLUELET, Canada
Newly caught dogfish sharks are pulled aboard the Ocean Sunset commercial fishing boat
Newly caught dogfish sharks are pulled aboard the Ocean Sunset commercial fishing boat in the Pacific Ocean off of Ucluelet, British Columbia June 25, 2012. The Ocean Sunset is a commercial fishing boat that hunts sharks as well as other fish for their meat and fins. After the fishermen catch them, dogfish sharks are sent to a processing plant, the fins are removed and the body is skinned. The bellies are exported to Germany to be smoked for pub food, and the fins are sent to Asia, where they are used in shark fin soup - a delicacy in Chinese culture. Animal rights advocates criticise the shark fin harvest but others say that eating shark fins is an old cultural tradition. Picture taken on June 25, 2012. REUTERS/Ben Nelms (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTR3B9VS
December 06, 2012
A crew member inspects the fin of a dogfish shark after it was caught by fishermen aboard the Ocean Sunset...
UCLUELET, Canada
A crew member inspects the fin of a dogfish shark after it was caught by fishermen aboard the Ocean Sunset...
A crew member inspects the fin of a dogfish shark after it was caught by fishermen aboard the Ocean Sunset commercial fishing boat in the Pacific Ocean off of Ucluelet, British Columbia June 24, 2012. The Ocean Sunset is a commercial fishing boat that hunts sharks as well as other fish for their meat and fins. After the fishermen catch them, dogfish sharks are sent to a processing plant, the fins are removed and the body is skinned. The bellies are exported to Germany to be smoked for pub food, and the fins are sent to Asia, where they are used in shark fin soup - a delicacy in Chinese culture. Animal rights advocates criticise the shark fin harvest but others say that eating shark fins is an old cultural tradition. Picture taken on June 24, 2012. REUTERS/Ben Nelms (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTR3B9UE
December 06, 2012
A freshly caught spring salmon is cleaned for dinner for the crew aboard the Ocean Sunset commercial...
UCLUELET, Canada
A freshly caught spring salmon is cleaned for dinner for the crew aboard the Ocean Sunset commercial...
A freshly caught spring salmon is cleaned for dinner for the crew aboard the Ocean Sunset commercial fishing boat in the Pacific Ocean off of Ucluelet, British Columbia June 23, 2012. The Ocean Sunset hunts sharks as well as other fish for their meat and fins. After the fishermen catch them, dogfish sharks are sent to a processing plant, the fins are removed and the body is skinned. The bellies are exported to Germany to be smoked for pub food, and the fins are sent to Asia, where they are used in shark fin soup - a delicacy in Chinese culture. Animal rights advocates criticise the shark fin harvest but others say that eating shark fins is an old cultural tradition. Picture taken June 23, 2012 REUTERS/Ben Nelms (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)

ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 16 OF 22 FOR PACKAGE 'CANADA'S SHARK FIN SOUP'
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CANADA/
RTR3B9U4
December 06, 2012
A newly caught dogfish shark is tossed into a storage freezer below the ship's deck aboard the Ocean...
UCLUELET, Canada
A newly caught dogfish shark is tossed into a storage freezer below the ship's deck aboard the Ocean...
A newly caught dogfish shark is tossed into a storage freezer below the ship's deck aboard the Ocean Sunset commercial fishing boat in the Pacific Ocean off of Ucluelet, British Columbia June 25, 2012. The sharks are caught on a 'hook and line' system and are then thrown into a storage freezer on the boat. The Ocean Sunset hunts sharks as well as other fish for their meat and fins. After the fishermen catch them, dogfish sharks are sent to a processing plant, the fins are removed and the body is skinned. The bellies are exported to Germany to be smoked for pub food, and the fins are sent to Asia, where they are used in shark fin soup - a delicacy in Chinese culture. Animal rights advocates criticise the shark fin harvest but others say that eating shark fins is an old cultural tradition. Picture taken June 25, 2012 REUTERS/Ben Nelms (CANADA- Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)

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RUGBY-SUPER/
RTR2O2SJ
June 25, 2011
Brad Thorn of New Zealand's Crusaders (C) is caught by the defence of South Africa's Sharks during their...
Nelson, New Zealand
Thorn of New Zealand's Crusaders is caught by the defence of South Africa's Sharks during their Super...
Brad Thorn of New Zealand's Crusaders (C) is caught by the defence of South Africa's Sharks during their Super 15 rugby match in Nelson June 25, 2011. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SPORT RUGBY)
RUGBY-SUPER/
RTR2O2S4
June 25, 2011
New Zealand's Crusaders Kieran Read is caught by South Africa's Sharks defence during their Super 15...
Nelson, New Zealand
New Zealand's Crusaders Read is caught by South Africa's Sharks defence during their Super 15 rugby match...
New Zealand's Crusaders Kieran Read is caught by South Africa's Sharks defence during their Super 15 rugby match in Nelson June 25, 2011. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SPORT RUGBY)
ISRAEL/
RTR2JKEM
March 07, 2011
A fisherman holds a frozen shark accidentally caught in a net, as he arranges items in a cold storage...
Haifa, Israel
A fisherman holds a frozen shark as he arranges items in a cold storage unit at the Kishon stream fishing...
A fisherman holds a frozen shark accidentally caught in a net, as he arranges items in a cold storage unit at the Kishon stream fishing wharf in the northern Israeli city of Haifa March 7, 2011. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
NHL/
RTXSSE1
September 29, 2010
San Jose Sharks Joe Pavelski (R) is caught in the net behind Vancouver Canucks goalie Cory Schneider...
Vancouver, Canada
San Jose Sharks Pavelski caught in net behind Canucks goalie Schneider during their NHL pre-season hockey...
San Jose Sharks Joe Pavelski (R) is caught in the net behind Vancouver Canucks goalie Cory Schneider during the first period of their NHL pre-season hockey game in Vancouver, British Columbia September 28,2010. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
NHL/
RTXPSWJ
October 20, 2009
San Jose Sharks center Joe Thornton (19) is caught between New York Rangers defenseman Marc Staal (top)...
New York, UNITED STATES
Sharks' Thornton is caught between Rangers' Staal and Drury in the first period of their NHL hockey game...
San Jose Sharks center Joe Thornton (19) is caught between New York Rangers defenseman Marc Staal (top) and center Chris Drury (23) as they jockey for a pass in the first period of their NHL hockey game in New York October 19, 2009. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUGBY-SUPER/
RTXC6JL
February 28, 2009
Stephen Donald (L) of the Chiefs is caught in a match saving tackle by Stefan Terblance (R) of the Sharks...
Hamilton, New Zealand
Stephen Donald of the Chiefs is caught in a match saving tackle during the Super 14 rugby match in Hamilton...
Stephen Donald (L) of the Chiefs is caught in a match saving tackle by Stefan Terblance (R) of the Sharks during the Super 14 rugby match at Waikato Stadium in Hamilton, February 28, 2009. REUTERS/Nigel Marple (NEW ZEALAND)
RUGBY-SUPER/
RTR1Z4OE
April 05, 2008
Shannon Paku (L) from New Zealand's Hurricanes is caught by Francois Steyn from South Africa's Sharks...
Wellington, New Zealand
Paku from New Zealand's Hurricanes is caught by Steyn from South Africa's Sharks during their Super 14...
Shannon Paku (L) from New Zealand's Hurricanes is caught by Francois Steyn from South Africa's Sharks during their Super 14 rugby match in Wellington April 5, 2008. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps (NEW ZEALAND)
RUGBY-SUPER/
RTR1Z4OD
April 05, 2008
Shannon Paku (top) from New Zealand's Hurricanes is caught by Francois Steyn from South Africa's Sharks...
Wellington, New Zealand
Paku from New Zealand's Hurricanes is caught by Steyn from South Africa's Sharks during their Super 14...
Shannon Paku (top) from New Zealand's Hurricanes is caught by Francois Steyn from South Africa's Sharks during their Super 14 rugby match in Wellington April 5, 2008. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps (NEW ZEALAND)
RUGBY-SUPER/
RTR1Z4O8
April 05, 2008
Conrad Smith (C) from New Zealand's Hurricanes is caught by Frederic Michalak from South Africa's Sharks...
Wellington, New Zealand
Smith from New Zealand's Hurricanes is caught by Michalak from South Africa's Sharks during their Super...
Conrad Smith (C) from New Zealand's Hurricanes is caught by Frederic Michalak from South Africa's Sharks during their Super 14 rugby match in Wellington April 5, 2008. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps (NEW ZEALAND)
NHL/
RTR1XQUG
March 01, 2008
San Jose Sharks rightwing Jonathan Cheechoo (C) gets caught between Detroit Red Wings defenseman Brad...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
San Jose Sharks rightwing Cheechoo gets caught between Detroit Red Wings' Stuart and Kronwall in Detroit...
San Jose Sharks rightwing Jonathan Cheechoo (C) gets caught between Detroit Red Wings defenseman Brad Stuart (L) and Red Wings' Niklas Kronwall during the third period of their NHL hockey game in Detroit, Michigan February 29, 2008. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
NHL/
RTR1XQUF
March 01, 2008
San Jose Sharks rightwing Jonathan Cheechoo (C) gets caught between Detroit Red Wings defenseman Brad...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
San Jose Sharks rightwing Cheechoo gets caught between Detroit Red Wings' Stuart and Kronwall in Detroit...
San Jose Sharks rightwing Jonathan Cheechoo (C) gets caught between Detroit Red Wings defenseman Brad Stuart (L) and Red Wings' Niklas Kronwall during the third period of their NHL hockey game in Detroit, Michigan February 29, 2008. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
INDONESIA/
RTX4DRZ
December 04, 2007
Bull sharks are displayed at Lampulo fish market in Banda Aceh after being caught by fishermen at sea...
Banda Aceh, Indonesia
Bull sharks are displayed at Lampulo fish market in Banda Aceh
Bull sharks are displayed at Lampulo fish market in Banda Aceh after being caught by fishermen at sea Decemebr 4, 2007. A fisherman said each shark can fetch about $50. REUTERS/Tarmizy Harva (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTX4DRU
December 04, 2007
Sharks are displayed at Lampulo fish market in Banda Aceh after they were caught at sea December 4, 2007....
Banda Aceh, Indonesia
Sharks are displayed at Lampulo fish market in Banda Aceh after they were caught at sea
Sharks are displayed at Lampulo fish market in Banda Aceh after they were caught at sea December 4, 2007. A fisherman said each shark can fetch about $50. REUTERS/Tarmizy Harva (INDONESIA)
Oddly Enough
Oddly Enough
Shark Caught 200 Km from the Sea in Iraq - 30 Oct 2007
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ENVIRONMENT-SHARK/
RTR1QW61
June 17, 2007
Marine biologists measure the length of the carcass of a shark that was caught during the Star Island...
Montauk, UNITED STATES
Marine biologists measure the length of the carcass of a shark that was caught during the Star Island...
Marine biologists measure the length of the carcass of a shark that was caught during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New York, June 16, 2007. In this Long Island fishing hamlet, hundreds of adults drank beer and children marveled at the bloodied sharks caught in the fishing contest. A smaller group protested what they said was the killing on Friday and Saturday of a species that was already declining in number. This small group of protesters, backed for the first time by a large U.S. animal protection group, want to stop the shark-hunting tournament, one of the largest in the United States where the winner can take home more than $400,000 in prize money and from bets placed among fishermen. Picture taken June 16, 2007. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
ENVIRONMENT-SHARK/
RTR1QW5Z
June 17, 2007
Demonstrators protest the treatment of sharks outside the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in...
Montauk, UNITED STATES
Demonstrators protest the treatment of sharks outside the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in...
Demonstrators protest the treatment of sharks outside the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New York, June 16, 2007. In this Long Island fishing hamlet, hundreds of adults drank beer and children marveled at the bloodied sharks caught in the fishing contest. A smaller group protested what they said was the killing on Friday and Saturday of a species that was already declining in number. This small group of protesters, backed for the first time by a large U.S. animal protection group, want to stop the shark-hunting tournament, one of the largest in the United States where the winner can take home more than $400,000 in prize money and from bets placed among fishermen. Picture taken June 16, 2007. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
ENVIRONMENT-SHARK/
RTR1QW5Y
June 17, 2007
A shark is weighed during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New York, June 16,...
Montauk, UNITED STATES
A shark is weighed during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New York
A shark is weighed during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New York, June 16, 2007. In this Long Island fishing hamlet, hundreds of adults drank beer and children marveled at the bloodied sharks caught in the fishing contest. A smaller group protested what they said was the killing on Friday and Saturday of a species that was already declining in number. This small group of protesters, backed for the first time by a large U.S. animal protection group, want to stop the shark-hunting tournament, one of the largest in the United States where the winner can take home more than $400,000 in prize money and from bets placed among fishermen. Picture taken June 16, 2007. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
ENVIRONMENT-SHARK/
RTR1QW5X
June 17, 2007
A fisherman brings in a shark he caught during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk,...
Montauk, UNITED STATES
A fisherman brings in a shark he caught during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk,...
A fisherman brings in a shark he caught during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New York, June 16, 2007. In this Long Island fishing hamlet, hundreds of adults drank beer and children marveled at the bloodied sharks caught in the fishing contest. A smaller group protested what they said was the killing on Friday and Saturday of a species that was already declining in number. This small group of protesters, backed for the first time by a large U.S. animal protection group, want to stop the shark-hunting tournament, one of the largest in the United States where the winner can take home more than $400,000 in prize money and from bets placed among fishermen. Picture taken June 16, 2007. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
ENVIRONMENT-SHARK/
RTR1QW5W
June 17, 2007
The heart of a shark is displayed for audience members during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament...
Montauk, UNITED STATES
The heart of a shark is displayed during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New...
The heart of a shark is displayed for audience members during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New York, June 16, 2007. In this Long Island fishing hamlet, hundreds of adults drank beer and children marveled at the bloodied sharks caught in the fishing contest. A smaller group protested what they said was the killing on Friday and Saturday of a species that was already declining in number. This small group of protesters, backed for the first time by a large U.S. animal protection group, want to stop the shark-hunting tournament, one of the largest in the United States where the winner can take home more than $400,000 in prize money and from bets placed among fishermen. Picture taken June 16, 2007. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
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RTR1QW5U
June 17, 2007
A man looks over the remains of a shark that was caught during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament...
Montauk, UNITED STATES
A man looks over the remains of a shark that was caught during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament...
A man looks over the remains of a shark that was caught during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New York, June 16, 2007. In this Long Island fishing hamlet, hundreds of adults drank beer and children marveled at the bloodied sharks caught in the fishing contest. A smaller group protested what they said was the killing on Friday and Saturday of a species that was already declining in number. This small group of protesters, backed for the first time by a large U.S. animal protection group, want to stop the shark-hunting tournament, one of the largest in the United States where the winner can take home more than $400,000 in prize money and from bets placed among fishermen. Picture taken June 16, 2007. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
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RTR1QW5S
June 17, 2007
People look over the remains of a shark that was caught during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament...
Montauk, UNITED STATES
People look over the remains of a shark that was caught during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament...
People look over the remains of a shark that was caught during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New York, June 16, 2007. In this Long Island fishing hamlet, hundreds of adults drank beer and children marveled at the bloodied sharks caught in the fishing contest. A smaller group protested what they said was the killing on Friday and Saturday of a species that was already declining in number. This small group of protesters, backed for the first time by a large U.S. animal protection group, want to stop the shark-hunting tournament, one of the largest in the United States where the winner can take home more than $400,000 in prize money and from bets placed among fishermen. Picture taken June 16, 2007. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
ENVIRONMENT-SHARK/
RTR1QW5N
June 17, 2007
A boy looks over the carcass of a shark that was caught during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament...
Montauk, UNITED STATES
A boy looks over the carcass of a shark that was caught during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament...
A boy looks over the carcass of a shark that was caught during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New York, June 16, 2007. In this Long Island fishing hamlet, hundreds of adults drank beer and children marveled at the bloodied sharks caught in the fishing contest. A smaller group protested what they said was the killing on Friday and Saturday of a species that was already declining in number. This small group of protesters, backed for the first time by a large U.S. animal protection group, want to stop the shark-hunting tournament, one of the largest in the United States where the winner can take home more than $400,000 in prize money and from bets placed among fishermen. Picture taken June 16, 2007. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
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RTR1QW5L
June 17, 2007
A plane pulling a sign to protest the treatment of sharks flies over the Star Island Yacht Club shark...
Montauk, UNITED STATES
A plane pulling a sign to protest the treatment of sharks flies over the Star Island Yacht Club shark...
A plane pulling a sign to protest the treatment of sharks flies over the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New York, June 16, 2007. In this Long Island fishing hamlet, hundreds of adults drank beer and children marveled at the bloodied sharks caught in the fishing contest. A smaller group protested what they said was the killing on Friday and Saturday of a species that was already declining in number. This small group of protesters, backed for the first time by a large U.S. animal protection group, want to stop the shark-hunting tournament, one of the largest in the United States where the winner can take home more than $400,000 in prize money and from bets placed among fishermen. Picture taken June 16, 2007. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
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RTR1QW5I
June 17, 2007
The fin of a shark is displayed for audience members during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament...
Montauk, UNITED STATES
The fin of a shark is displayed for audience members during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament...
The fin of a shark is displayed for audience members during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New York, June 16, 2007. In this Long Island fishing hamlet, hundreds of adults drank beer and children marveled at the bloodied sharks caught in a fishing contest. A smaller group protested what they said was the killing on Friday and Saturday of a species that was already declining in number. This small group of protesters, backed for the first time by a large U.S. animal protection group, want to stop the shark-hunting tournament, one of the largest in the United States where the winner can take home more than $400,000 in prize money and from bets placed among fishermen. Picture taken June 16, 2007. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
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RTR1QW5G
June 17, 2007
A shark is weighed during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New York June 16, 2007....
Montauk, UNITED STATES
A shark is weighed during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New York
A shark is weighed during the Star Island Yacht Club shark tournament in Montauk, New York June 16, 2007. In this Long Island fishing hamlet, hundreds of adults drank beer and children marveled at the bloodied sharks caught in a fishing contest. A smaller group protested what they said was the killing on Friday and Saturday of a species that was already declining in number. This small group of protesters, backed for the first time by a large U.S. animal protection group, want to stop the shark-hunting tournament, one of the largest in the United States where the winner can take home more than $400,000 in prize money and from bets placed among fishermen. Picture taken June 16, 2007. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
SPORT NHL
RTR1CPND
April 23, 2006
Nashville Predators defenseman Brendan Witt (19) is caught holding San Jose Sharks center Patrick Rissmiller...
Nashville, USA
Predators defenseman Witt is caught holding Sharks center Rissmiller during first period NHL quarterfinal...
Nashville Predators defenseman Brendan Witt (19) is caught holding San Jose Sharks center Patrick Rissmiller (R) during first period NHL quarterfinal playoff action in Nashville, Tennessee, April 23, 2006. REUTERS/ M. J. Masotti, Jr.
BANGLADESH
RTXO3B8
December 30, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 29DEC05 - Children look at a huge whale shark caught from the Bay of Bengal lying at Cox's...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
- PHOTO TAKEN 29DEC05 - Children look at a huge whale shark caught from the Bay of Bengal lying at C.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 29DEC05 - Children look at a huge whale shark caught from the Bay of Bengal lying at Cox's Bazar fishing port in Bangladesh December 29, 2005. About 30 feet long and weighing about two tonnes, the shark was caught by fishermen from the Bay of Bengal. Picture taken December 29, 2005.
INDONESIA
RTXNNMD
July 23, 2005
Customers shop for shark in the village of Lampulo in the tsunami-hit city of Banda Aceh July 23, 2005....
Banda Aceh, Indonesia
Customers shop for shark in the village of Lampulo in the tsunami-hit city of Banda Aceh July 23, 20.....
Customers shop for shark in the village of Lampulo in the tsunami-hit city of Banda Aceh July 23, 2005. Until the tsunami, Aceh and nearby Nias island had a vibrant fishing industry with an annual output of 158,578 tonnes in 2003, made up of 133,976 tonnes of fish caught at sea and 24,602 tonnes harvested from aquaculture.
INDONESIA
RTRIEEA
July 23, 2005
Customers shop for shark in the village of Lampulo in the tsunami-hit city of Banda Aceh July 23, 2005....
Banda Aceh, Indonesia
Customers shop for shark in the village of Lampulo in Banda Aceh.
Customers shop for shark in the village of Lampulo in the tsunami-hit city of Banda Aceh July 23, 2005. Until the tsunami, Aceh and nearby Nias island had a vibrant fishing industry with an annual output of 158,578 tonnes in 2003, made up of 133,976 tonnes of fish caught at sea and 24,602 tonnes harvested from aquaculture. REUTERS/Tarmizy Harva SUPRI/CCK
INDONESIA
RTRIEE3
July 23, 2005
Customers shop for shark in the village of Lampulo in the tsunami-hit city of Banda Aceh July 23, 2005....
Banda Aceh, Indonesia
Customers shop for shark in the village of Lampulo in the tsunami-hit city of Banda Aceh.
Customers shop for shark in the village of Lampulo in the tsunami-hit city of Banda Aceh July 23, 2005. Until the tsunami, Aceh and nearby Nias island had a vibrant fishing industry with an annual output of 158,578 tonnes in 2003, made up of 133,976 tonnes of fish caught at sea and 24,602 tonnes harvested from aquaculture. REUTERS/Tarmizy Harva SUPRI/CCK
ENVIRONMENT INDIA SHARKS
RTRBOMH
May 19, 2005
Indians look at dead sharks inside a city court in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta May 19, 2005....
Calcutta, India
Indians look at dead sharks inside a city court in Calcutta.
Indians look at dead sharks inside a city court in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta May 19, 2005. Indian wildlife officials seized dozens of endangered sharks caught in the Bay of Bengal. The sharks were to be served in restaurants as delicacies. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw JS/TZ
BANGLADESH
RTXN34M
December 01, 2004
-PHOTO TAKEN 30NOV04- Bangladeshis look at a whale shark caught in the Bay of Bengal at the Cox's Bazar...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
-PHOTO TAKEN 30NOV04- Bangladeshis look at a whale shark caught in the Bay of Bengal at the Cox's Ba.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 30NOV04- Bangladeshis look at a whale shark caught in the Bay of Bengal at the Cox's Bazar fishing harbour, south of the capital Dhaka, November 30, 2004. Photo taken November 30, 2004.
BANGLADESH
RTXN34K
December 01, 2004
-PHOTO TAKEN 30NOV04- Bangladeshis look at a whale shark caught in the Bay of Bengal at the Cox's Bazar...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
-PHOTO TAKEN 30NOV04- Bangladeshis look at a whale shark caught in the Bay of Bengal at the Cox's Ba.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 30NOV04- Bangladeshis look at a whale shark caught in the Bay of Bengal at the Cox's Bazar fishing harbour, south of the capital Dhaka, November 30, 2004. Photo taken November 30, 2004.
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