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CHINA
RTXOV9A
July 25, 2006
A soldier takes aim while an insect is seen on his face during training in Hefei, east China's Anhui...
Hefei, China
A soldier takes aim while an insect is seen on his face during training in Hefei, east China's Anhui.....
A soldier takes aim while an insect is seen on his face during training in Hefei, east China's Anhui province July 25, 2006.
BEES
RTXOUXX
July 19, 2006
A bee flies under some blossoms while collecting pollen from a butterfly bush in Wilmington, Delaware,...
Wilmington, USA
A bee flies under some blossoms while collecting pollen from a butterfly bush in Wilmington, Delawar.....
A bee flies under some blossoms while collecting pollen from a butterfly bush in Wilmington, Delaware, July 19, 2006.
BUTTERFLIES
RTXOUXW
July 19, 2006
A swallowtail butterfly collects pollen from a butterfly bush in Wilmington, Delaware, July 19, 2006....
Wilmington, USA
A swallowtail butterfly collects pollen from a butterfly bush in Wilmington, Delaware, July 19, 2006.....
A swallowtail butterfly collects pollen from a butterfly bush in Wilmington, Delaware, July 19, 2006.
BUMBLEBEES
RTXOU08
July 17, 2006
Bumblebees collect pollen on a sunflower near Munich July 17, 2006.
Munich, Germany
Bumblebees collect pollen on a sunflower near Munich July 17, 2006...
Bumblebees collect pollen on a sunflower near Munich July 17, 2006.
BUMBLEBEES
RTXOU07
July 17, 2006
A bumblebee collects pollen on a sunflower near Munich July 17, 2006.
Munich, Germany
A bumblebee collects pollen on a sunflower near Munich July 17, 2006...
A bumblebee collects pollen on a sunflower near Munich July 17, 2006.
EGYPT
RTXOSLE
July 02, 2006
Conservationists work on a termite-ridden coffin that was recently discovered in the KV63 tomb in Luxor...
Luxor, Egypt
Conservationists work on a termite-ridden coffin that was recently discovered in the KV63 tomb in Lu.....
Conservationists work on a termite-ridden coffin that was recently discovered in the KV63 tomb in Luxor July 2, 2006. Although there was much anticipation that this last coffin of seven would hold a mummy, instead there were only 3000-year-old flowers and funeral collars.
BUTTERFLIES
RTXONLW
May 26, 2006
A butterfly sits on a flower in a nature park in Madrid May 26, 2006.
Madrid, Spain
A butterfly sits on a flower in a nature park in Madrid May 26, 2006...
A butterfly sits on a flower in a nature park in Madrid May 26, 2006.
DRAGONFLIES
RTXON7O
May 25, 2006
A dragonfly clings onto the branch of a tree on the outskirts of Agartala, capital of India's northeastern...
Agartala, India
A dragonfly clings onto the branch of a tree on the outskirts of Agartala, capital of India's northe.....
A dragonfly clings onto the branch of a tree on the outskirts of Agartala, capital of India's northeastern state of Tripura May 25, 2006.
CHINA
RTXONNX
May 24, 2006
A doctor Yu Huaping displays dead bees used for medical treatment at a clinic in the suburbs of Hefei,...
Hefei, China
A doctor Yu Huaping displays dead bees used for medical treatment at a clinic in the suburbs of Hefe.....
A doctor Yu Huaping displays dead bees used for medical treatment at a clinic in the suburbs of Hefei, central China's Anhui province May 24, 2006. Yu, the doctor of the clinic, uses bee venom, which is released into the patient's body when the bee stings, to cure diseases such as rheumatism, high blood pressure and psoriasis.
BEES
RTXOM1J
May 15, 2006
A honey bee hovers over a flower to collect nectar in a garden in Srinagar, May 15, 2006.
Srinagar, India
A honey bee hovers over a flower to collect nectar in a garden in Srinagar, May 15, 2006...
A honey bee hovers over a flower to collect nectar in a garden in Srinagar, May 15, 2006.
HORNETS
RTXOM1G
May 15, 2006
A hornet sucks water on a hot day in Karachi, Pakistan May 14, 2006. Temperature rose to 48 degrees Celsius...
Karachi, Pakistan
A hornet sucks water on a hot day in Karachi, Pakistan May 14, 2006. Temperature rose to 48 degrees .....
A hornet sucks water on a hot day in Karachi, Pakistan May 14, 2006. Temperature rose to 48 degrees Celsius in central parts of the country and the weather will remain hot and dry during the week in many parts of the country, Pakistan Meteorological Department said on Sunday.
HORNETS
RTXOM1F
May 15, 2006
A yellow-jacket hornet sucks water on a hot day in Karachi, Pakistan May 14, 2006. Temperature rose to...
Karachi, Pakistan
A yellow-jacket hornet sucks water on a hot day in Karachi, Pakistan May 14, 2006. Temperature rose .....
A yellow-jacket hornet sucks water on a hot day in Karachi, Pakistan May 14, 2006. Temperature rose to 48 degrees Celsius in central parts of the country and the weather will remain hot and dry during the week in many parts of the country, Pakistan Meteorological Department said on Sunday.
BEES
RTXOM1E
May 15, 2006
A honey-bee flutters around flowers at a garden on a hot day in Karachi, Pakistan May 14, 2006. Temperature...
Karachi, Pakistan
A honey-bee flutters around flowers at a garden on a hot day in Karachi, Pakistan May 14, 2006. Temp.....
A honey-bee flutters around flowers at a garden on a hot day in Karachi, Pakistan May 14, 2006. Temperature rose to 48 degrees Celsius in central parts of the country and the weather will remain hot and dry during the week in many parts of the country, Pakistan Meteorological Department said on Sunday.
SOUTH KOREA
RTXOK9H
May 02, 2006
South Korean bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu is swarmed with 180,000 bees, which he released, during his protest...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu is swarmed with 180,000 bees, which he released, during his pro.....
South Korean bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu is swarmed with 180,000 bees, which he released, during his protest in Seoul against Japan's sovereignty claims over the desolate islands called Dokdo in South Korea and Takeshima in Japan May 2, 2006.
SOUTH KOREA
RTXOK9G
May 02, 2006
South Korean bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu attracts 180,000 bees, which he released, to swarm his head at his...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu attracts 180,000 bees, which he released, to swarm his head at .....
South Korean bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu attracts 180,000 bees, which he released, to swarm his head at his protest in Seoul against Japan's sovereignty claims over the desolate islands called Dokdo in South Korea and Takeshima in Japan May 2, 2006. The slogan reads, 'Dokdo is South Korea's land'.
SOUTH KOREA
RTXOK9F
May 02, 2006
South Korean bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu, who is swarmed with 180,000 bees which he released, jumps on a...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu, who is swarmed with 180,000 bees which he released, jumps on a.....
South Korean bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu, who is swarmed with 180,000 bees which he released, jumps on a mock Japanese flag at his protest in Seoul against Japan's sovereignty claims over the desolate islands called Dokdo in South Korea and Takeshima in Japan May 2, 2006.
SOUTH KOREA
RTXOK9E
May 02, 2006
South Korean bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu who is swarmed with 180,000 bees which he released, holds a banner...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu who is swarmed with 180,000 bees which he released, holds a ba.....
South Korean bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu who is swarmed with 180,000 bees which he released, holds a banner during his protest in Seoul against Japan's sovereignty claims over the desolate islands called Dokdo in South Korea and Takeshima in Japan May 2, 2006. The slogan reads, 'Dokdo is South Korea's land'.
SOUTH KOREA
RTXOK9D
May 02, 2006
South Korean bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu who is swarmed with 180,000 bees which he released, holds a banner...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu who is swarmed with 180,000 bees which he released, holds a ban.....
South Korean bee farmer Ahn Sang-kyu who is swarmed with 180,000 bees which he released, holds a banner during his protest in Seoul against Japan's sovereignty claims over the desolate islands called Dokdo in South Korea and Takeshima in Japan May 2, 2006. The slogan reads, 'Dokdo is South Korea's land'.
BEES
RTXOJA4
April 25, 2006
A bee collects pollen from a cherry tree in village Studencice, central Slovenia, April 25, 2006.
Studencice, Slovenia
A bee collects pollen from a cherry tree in village Studencice, central Slovenia, April 25, 2006...
A bee collects pollen from a cherry tree in village Studencice, central Slovenia, April 25, 2006.
BUTTERFLIES
RTXOJ5L
April 25, 2006
A butterfly rests at a farm inside the Chaa Creek eco-tourism resort near San Ignacio, Belize, March...
San Ignacio, Belize
A butterfly rests at a farm inside the Chaa Creek eco-tourism resort near San Ignacio, Belize, March.....
A butterfly rests at a farm inside the Chaa Creek eco-tourism resort near San Ignacio, Belize, March 31, 2006. In March Belize Natural Energy Limited announced that their discovery of oil was commercially viable. [But some worry Belize's reputation as a pristine tourist haven, home to a barrier reef declared a world heritage site by the UN, could be ruined by further oil exploration.]
BUTTERFLIES
RTXOJ5D
April 25, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 31MAR06 - A butterfly rests at a farm inside the Chaa Creek eco-tourism resort near San...
San Ignacio, Belize
- PHOTO TAKEN 31MAR06 - A butterfly rests at a farm inside the Chaa Creek eco-tourism resort near Sa.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 31MAR06 - A butterfly rests at a farm inside the Chaa Creek eco-tourism resort near San Ignacio, Belize, March 31, 2006. In March Belize Natural Energy Limited announced that their discovery of oil was commercially viable. [But some worry Belize's reputation as a pristine tourist haven, home to a barrier reef declared a world heritage site by the UN, could be ruined by further oil exploration.]
BUTTERFLIES
RTXOJ5C
April 25, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 31MAR06 - Butterflies feed at a farm inside the Chaa Creek eco-tourism resort near San...
San Ignacio, Belize
- PHOTO TAKEN 31MAR06 - Butterflies feed at a farm inside the Chaa Creek eco-tourism resort near San.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 31MAR06 - Butterflies feed at a farm inside the Chaa Creek eco-tourism resort near San Ignacio, Belize, March 31, 2006. In March Belize Natural Energy Limited announced that their discovery of oil was commercially viable. [But some worry Belize's reputation as a pristine tourist haven, home to a barrier reef declared a world heritage site by the UN, could be ruined by further oil exploration.]
BEES
RTXOIC3
April 20, 2006
A bee collects pollen from spring flowers in a park in Beirut,Lebanon April 20 2006.
Beirut, Lebanon
A bee collects pollen from spring flowers in a park in Beirut,Lebanon April 20 2006...
A bee collects pollen from spring flowers in a park in Beirut,Lebanon April 20 2006.
BUTTERFLIES
RTXOI0P
April 14, 2006
A butterfly is seen at the Bantimurung Nature Preservation Area in districk of Maros, South Sulawesi...
MAROS, Indonesia
A butterfly is seen at the Bantimurung Nature Preservation Area in districk of Maros, South Sulawesi.....
A butterfly is seen at the Bantimurung Nature Preservation Area in districk of Maros, South Sulawesi on April 14, 2006. Bantimurung housed about 115 species of butterfly, including two rare species. [The number has been decreasing steadily because of illegal hunting the destruction of the habitat and the use of pesticide residues.]
BUTTERFLIES
RTXOHZK
April 14, 2006
Butterflies are seen at the Bantimurung Nature Preservation Area in district of Maros, South Sulawesi...
MAROS, Indonesia
Butterflies are seen at the Bantimurung Nature Preservation Area in district of Maros, South Sulawes.....
Butterflies are seen at the Bantimurung Nature Preservation Area in district of Maros, South Sulawesi on April 14, 2006. Bantimurung housed about 115 species of butterfly, including two rare species. [The number has been decreasing steadily because of illegal hunting the destruction of the habitat and the use of pesticide residues.]
BELARUS
RTXOGX6
April 09, 2006
Workers from the Belarussian radiation ecology reserve prepare a beehive for the new season in the village...
BABCHIN, Belarus
Workers from the Belarussian radiation ecology reserve prepare a beehive for the new season in the v.....
Workers from the Belarussian radiation ecology reserve prepare a beehive for the new season in the village of Babchin, near the 30 km (19 miles) exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor, some 350 km (217 miles) southeast of Minsk April 9, 2006. The Reserve operates 67 beehives and sells more than one ton of honey every year. [Ukraine] and Belarus are marking the 20th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, considered the worst accident in the history of nuclear power, which resulted in the evacuation of roughly 200,000 people.
BEES
RTXOGX1
April 09, 2006
A bee collects pollen from spring flowers in a park in Amman, Jordan April 9, 2006.
Amman, Jordan
A bee collects pollen from spring flowers in a park in Amman, Jordan April 9, 2006...
A bee collects pollen from spring flowers in a park in Amman, Jordan April 9, 2006.
SPAIN
RTXOGQY
April 03, 2006
A insect collects pollen from a spring flower in a forest near the village of Banyalbufar, in the Spanish...
Banyalbufar, Spain
A insect collects pollen from a spring flower in a forest near the village of Banyalbufar, in the Sp.....
A insect collects pollen from a spring flower in a forest near the village of Banyalbufar, in the Spanish island of Mallorca, April 3, 2006. [Allergies such as hay fever are reaching epidemic proportions in Europe and a failure to treat them properly is creating a mounting bill for society and the healthcare system, experts said March 31, 2006.]
SPAIN
RTXOGQS
April 03, 2006
A insect collects pollen from a spring flower in a forest near the village of Banyalbufar, in the Spanish...
Banyalbufar, Spain
A insect collects pollen from a spring flower in a forest near the village of Banyalbufar, in the Sp.....
A insect collects pollen from a spring flower in a forest near the village of Banyalbufar, in the Spanish island of Mallorca, April 3, 2006. [Allergies such as hay fever are reaching epidemic proportions in Europe and a failure to treat them properly is creating a mounting bill for society and the healthcare system, experts said March 31, 2006.]
BEES
RTXOGQE
April 03, 2006
A bee collects pollen from a spring flower in a forest near the village of Banyalbufar, in the Spanish...
Banyalbufar, Spain
A bee collects pollen from a spring flower in a forest near the village of Banyalbufar, in the Spani.....
A bee collects pollen from a spring flower in a forest near the village of Banyalbufar, in the Spanish island of Mallorca, April 3, 2006. [Allergies such as hay fever are reaching epidemic proportions in Europe and a failure to treat them properly is creating a mounting bill for society and the healthcare system, experts said March 31, 2006.]
BEES
RTXOGQD
April 03, 2006
A bee collects pollen from a spring flower in a forest near the village of Banyalbufar, in the Spanish...
Banyalbufar, Spain
A bee collects pollen from a spring flower in a forest near the village of Banyalbufar, in the Spani.....
A bee collects pollen from a spring flower in a forest near the village of Banyalbufar, in the Spanish island of Mallorca, April 3, 2006. [Allergies such as hay fever are reaching epidemic proportions in Europe and a failure to treat them properly is creating a mounting bill for society and the healthcare system, experts said March 31, 2006.]
BEES
RTXOGQC
April 03, 2006
A bee collects pollen from a spring flower in a forest near the village of Banyalbufar, in the Spanish...
Banyalbufar, Spain
A bee collects pollen from a spring flower in a forest near the village of Banyalbufar, in the Spani.....
A bee collects pollen from a spring flower in a forest near the village of Banyalbufar, in the Spanish island of Mallorca, April 3, 2006. [Allergies such as hay fever are reaching epidemic proportions in Europe and a failure to treat them properly is creating a mounting bill for society and the healthcare system, experts said March 31, 2006.]
BEES
RTXOBL3
February 26, 2006
A bee collects pollen from an early spring flower in a park in Amman, Jordan February 26, 2006.
Amman, Jordan
A bee collects pollen from an early spring flower in a park in Amman, Jordan February 26, 2006...
A bee collects pollen from an early spring flower in a park in Amman, Jordan February 26, 2006.
BEES
RTXOBL2
February 26, 2006
A bee collects pollen from an early spring flower in a park in Amman, Jordan February 26, 2006.
Amman, Jordan
A bee collects pollen from an early spring flower in a park in Amman, Jordan February 26, 2006...
A bee collects pollen from an early spring flower in a park in Amman, Jordan February 26, 2006.
NEPAL
RTXO92J
February 15, 2006
Flies crawl over the face of 12 year old Nepali refugee Maheswori Sanjali as she lies suffering from...
Nepalgunj, Nepal
Flies crawl over the face of 12 year old Nepali refugee Maheswori Sanjali as she lies suffering from.....
Flies crawl over the face of 12 year old Nepali refugee Maheswori Sanjali as she lies suffering from an unknown illness in the Rajhena refugee camp near Nepalgunj in western Nepal February 15, 2006. Hundreds of people live in this dusty camp on the Terai, Nepal's fertile plain bordering [India], forced to flee a revolt that has killed more than 13,000 people since it began 10 years ago, and wounded or displaced hundreds of thousands more.
BEES
RTXO8XL
February 15, 2006
A honeybee hovers to collect nectar from blossoms of a Japanese plum tree at Yushima Tenjin shrine in...
Tokyo, Japan
A honeybee hovers to collect nectar from blossoms of a Japanese plum tree at Yushima Tenjin shrine i.....
A honeybee hovers to collect nectar from blossoms of a Japanese plum tree at Yushima Tenjin shrine in Tokyo February 14, 2006. The blossoms signify the approach of Spring. Its fragrant five-petaled white and pink flowers typically bloom while February's chill persists.
JAPAN
RTXO8SN
February 14, 2006
A honeybee hovers to collect nectar from the blossoms of a Japanese plum tree at Yushima Tenjin shrine...
Tokyo, Japan
A honeybee hovers to collect nectar from the blossoms of a Japanese plum tree at Yushima Tenjin shri.....
A honeybee hovers to collect nectar from the blossoms of a Japanese plum tree at Yushima Tenjin shrine in Tokyo February 14, 2006. A shinto priest at the shrine said the full blossom, which is a sign that spring is coming, is about two weeks later than usual.
CHINA
RTXO8Q8
February 09, 2006
A Chinese woman selling grasshoppers on stick, attends to a customer at a stall in Beijing February 9,...
Beijing, China
A Chinese woman selling grasshoppers on stick, attends to a customer at a stall in Beijing February .....
A Chinese woman selling grasshoppers on stick, attends to a customer at a stall in Beijing February 9, 2006. The delicacy, which is fried in cooking oil, is sold for 10 yuan (US$1.20) per stick.
CHINA
RTXO8Q7
February 09, 2006
A Chinese woman selling scorpions and grasshoppers on stick waits for customers at a stall in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A Chinese woman selling scorpions and grasshoppers on stick waits for customers at a stall in Beijin.....
A Chinese woman selling scorpions and grasshoppers on stick waits for customers at a stall in Beijing February 9, 2006. The delicacy, which is fried in cooking oil, is sold for 10 yuan (US$1.20) per stick.
CHINA
RTXO8Q6
February 09, 2006
A Chinese woman selling scorpions on stick waits for customers at a stall in Beijing February 9, 2006....
Beijing, China
A Chinese woman selling scorpions on stick waits for customers at a stall in Beijing February 9, 200.....
A Chinese woman selling scorpions on stick waits for customers at a stall in Beijing February 9, 2006. The delicacy, which is fried in cooking oil, is sold for 10 yuan (US$1.20) per stick.
CHINA
RTXO8Q5
February 09, 2006
Chinese vendors selling scorpions and seahorses on stick wait for customers at a stall in Beijing February...
Beijing, China
Chinese vendors selling scorpions and seahorses on stick wait for customers at a stall in Beijing Fe.....
Chinese vendors selling scorpions and seahorses on stick wait for customers at a stall in Beijing February 9, 2006. The delicacy, which is fried in cooking oil, is sold for 10 yuan (US$1.20) per stick.
KASHMIR
RTXO7KW
February 02, 2006
Kashmiri beekeeper holds dead bees in Chatarhama, on the outskirts of Srinagar, February 2, 2006. Beekeeping...
Srinagar, India
Kashmiri beekeeper holds dead bees in Chatarhama, on the outskirts of Srinagar, February 2, 2006. Be.....
Kashmiri beekeeper holds dead bees in Chatarhama, on the outskirts of Srinagar, February 2, 2006. Beekeeping in Kashmir used to be a thriving business for many, but due to an unknown infectious disease that damaged 95 percent of the bee hives over the past one year, beekeepers are changing jobs, beekeepers said.
INDONESIA
RTXO6O9
January 28, 2006
Muntoyib, an Indonesian bee-sting therapist, is helped by his colleague as he covers himself with live...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Muntoyib, an Indonesian bee-sting therapist, is helped by his colleague as he covers himself with li.....
Muntoyib, an Indonesian bee-sting therapist, is helped by his colleague as he covers himself with live honeybees in Jakarta January 28, 2006. Although the therapy is scientifically unproven and needs more studying, the popularity of bee-sting therapy, the use of bee venom from live stinging bees to treat chronic pain, is on the rise.
MUNTOYIB
RTXO6JU
January 28, 2006
Muntoyib, an Indonesian bee-sting therapist, covered with hundreds of live honeybees holds his daughter...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Muntoyib, an Indonesian bee-sting therapist, covered with hundreds of live honeybees holds his daugh.....
Muntoyib, an Indonesian bee-sting therapist, covered with hundreds of live honeybees holds his daughter in Jakarta January 28, 2006. Although the therapy is scientifically unproven and needs more studying, the popularity of bee-sting therapy, the use of bee venom from live stinging bees to treat chronic pain, is on the rise.
MUNTOYIB
RTXO6JT
January 28, 2006
Muntoyib, an Indonesian bee-sting therapist, covers himself with hundreds of live honeybees in Jakarta...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Muntoyib, an Indonesian bee-sting therapist, covers himself with hundreds of live honeybees in Jakar.....
Muntoyib, an Indonesian bee-sting therapist, covers himself with hundreds of live honeybees in Jakarta January 28, 2006. Although the therapy is scientifically unproven and needs more studying, the popularity of bee-sting therapy, the use of bee venom from live stinging bees to treat chronic pain, is on the rise.
INDONESIA
RTXO6JS
January 28, 2006
A live honeybee is put on to a patients skin by a bee-sting therapist in Jakarta January 28, 2006. Although...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A live honeybee is put on to a patients skin by a bee-sting therapist in Jakarta January 28, 2006. A.....
A live honeybee is put on to a patients skin by a bee-sting therapist in Jakarta January 28, 2006. Although the therapy is scientifically unproven and needs more studying, the popularity of bee-sting therapy, the use of bee venom from live stinging bees to treat chronic pain, is on the rise.
INDONESIA
RTXO6JR
January 28, 2006
An Indonesian patient reacts as a live honeybee is put on to her skin by a bee-sting therapist in Jakarta...
Jakarta, Indonesia
An Indonesian patient reacts as a live honeybee is put on to her skin by a bee-sting therapist in Ja.....
An Indonesian patient reacts as a live honeybee is put on to her skin by a bee-sting therapist in Jakarta January 28, 2006. Although the therapy is scientifically unproven and needs more studying, the popularity of bee-sting therapy, the use of bee venom from live stinging bees to treat chronic pain, is on the rise.
MUNTOYIB
RTXO6JQ
January 28, 2006
Muntoyib, an Indonesian bee-sting therapist, covers himself with hundreds of live honeybees in Jakarta...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Muntoyib, an Indonesian bee-sting therapist, covers himself with hundreds of live honeybees in Jakar.....
Muntoyib, an Indonesian bee-sting therapist, covers himself with hundreds of live honeybees in Jakarta January 28, 2006. Although the therapy is scientifically unproven and needs more studying, the popularity of bee-sting therapy, the use of bee venom from live stinging bees to treat chronic pain, is on the rise.
TARSIERS
RTXO5O0
January 20, 2006
A tarsier, the smallest primate in the world and considered an endangered species, reaches for a cricket...
Bohol, Philippines
A tarsier, the smallest primate in the world and considered an endangered species, reaches for a cri.....
A tarsier, the smallest primate in the world and considered an endangered species, reaches for a cricket inside a cage in a captive breeding center in Loboc, Bohol province in the central Philippines January 20, 2006.
ANTS
RTXO5P9
January 19, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 12JAN06 - A Leaf-cutting Ant (Atta cephalotes) carries a leaf with another ant at La Selva...
San Jose, Costa Rica
- PHOTO TAKEN 12JAN06 - A Leaf-cutting Ant (Atta cephalotes) carries a leaf with another ant at La S.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 12JAN06 - A Leaf-cutting Ant (Atta cephalotes) carries a leaf with another ant at La Selva biological station in Sarapiqui, 80 miles (129 km) north of San Jose, Costa Rica January 12, 2006. The Selva is one of the world's most important sites for tropical ecosystem research. [La Selva has about 73% of its area under primary tropical rain forest. Each year, more than 250 scientists from some 25 countries and international students come to La Selva to study tropical ecology. Species diversity include more than, 330 species of trees, and 43 species of birds. Picture taken January 12.]
BRITAIN
RTXO4V0
January 13, 2006
A female jungle nymph rests on bug keeper Don McFarlane's clipboard while he takes notes during the annual...
London, UK
A female jungle nymph rests on bug keeper Don McFarlane's clipboard while he takes notes during the .....
A female jungle nymph rests on bug keeper Don McFarlane's clipboard while he takes notes during the annual stock take at London Zoo, Regents Park in London January 13, 2006. The yearly head count is a legally binding register of over six hundred species housed at the zoo, many of which are highly endangered.
BRITAIN
RTXO4UY
January 13, 2006
A jungle nymph rests on bug keeper Don McFarlane's clipboard while he takes notes during the annual stock...
London, UK
A jungle nymph rests on bug keeper Don McFarlane's clipboard while he takes notes during the annual .....
A jungle nymph rests on bug keeper Don McFarlane's clipboard while he takes notes during the annual stock take at London Zoo, Regents Park in London January 13, 2006. The yearly head count is a legally binding register of over six hundred species housed at the zoo, many of which are highly endangered.
DRAGONFLIES
RTXO368
December 28, 2005
A dragonfly clings onto the branch of a tree at sunset in Lampuuk beach on the outskirts of Banda Aceh,...
Banda Aceh, Indonesia
A dragonfly clings onto the branch of a tree at sunset in Lampuuk beach on the outskirts of Banda Ac.....
A dragonfly clings onto the branch of a tree at sunset in Lampuuk beach on the outskirts of Banda Aceh, Indonesia December 28, 2005. [The tree had died as a result of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.]
BEES
RTXO05F
November 30, 2005
A bee collects pollen off a yellow rose in Amman November 30, 2005.
Amman, Jordan
A bee collects pollen off a yellow rose in Amman November 30, 2005...
A bee collects pollen off a yellow rose in Amman November 30, 2005.
BEES
RTXNX36
October 23, 2005
A bee sits on a chrysanthemum flower at a park on an autumn day in Beijing October 23, 2005.
Beijing, China
A bee sits on a chrysanthemum flower at a park on an autumn day in Beijing October 23, 2005...
A bee sits on a chrysanthemum flower at a park on an autumn day in Beijing October 23, 2005.
SPIDERS
RTXNTYU
October 07, 2005
A spider weaves a web at the [Giant Panda Breeding] Research Base in Chengdu, China, October 7, 2005....
Chengdu, China
A spider weaves a web at the [Giant Panda Breeding] Research Base in Chengdu, China, October 7, 2005.....
A spider weaves a web at the [Giant Panda Breeding] Research Base in Chengdu, China, October 7, 2005. [The research base is one of the important centres in China for the captive conservation of giant pandas, where they live in large naturalistic habitats to help researchers understand how these] animals live in the wild.
BUTTERFLIES
RTXNUH7
October 05, 2005
Butterflies are seen through a magnifying glass as they sit on an orange slice at the American Museum...
New York, USA
Butterflies are seen through a magnifying glass as they sit on an orange slice at the American Museu.....
Butterflies are seen through a magnifying glass as they sit on an orange slice at the American Museum of Natural History's Butterfly Conservatory in New York, October 5, 2005. [School children were being given a special preview of the popular exhibit which opens to the public October 8 and which features up to 500 iridescent butterflies in a 1,200-square-foot vivarium filled with lush foliage and blooming flowers.]
BUTTERFLIES
RTXNUH6
October 05, 2005
School children from the Godard Riverside Head Start program in New York City examine butterflies perched...
New York, USA
School children from the Godard Riverside Head Start program in New York City examine butterflies pe.....
School children from the Godard Riverside Head Start program in New York City examine butterflies perched on an orange slice at the American Museum of Natural History's Butterfly Conservatory in New York October 5, 2005. School children were being given a special preview of the popular exhibit which opens to the public October 8 and which features up to 500 iridescent butterflies in a 1,200-square-foot vivarium filled with lush foliage and blooming flowers.
BUTTERFLIES
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October 05, 2005
Three-year-old Lula Gonzalez from the Godard Riverside Head Start program in New York City peers up at...
New York, USA
Three-year-old Lula Gonzalez from the Godard Riverside Head Start program in New York City peers up .....
Three-year-old Lula Gonzalez from the Godard Riverside Head Start program in New York City peers up at a butterfly perched on her forehead at the American Museum of Natural History's Butterfly Conservatory in New York, October 5, 2005. [School children were being given a special preview of the popular exhibit which opens to the public October 8, and which features up to 500 iridescent butterflies in a 1,200-square-foot vivarium filled with lush foliage and blooming flowers.]
BUTTERFLIES
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October 05, 2005
Three-year-old Lula Gonzalez from the Godard Riverside Head Start program in New York City peers up at...
New York, USA
Three-year-old Lula Gonzalez from the Godard Riverside Head Start program in New York City peers up .....
Three-year-old Lula Gonzalez from the Godard Riverside Head Start program in New York City peers up at a butterfly perched on her forehead at the American Museum of Natural History's Butterfly Conservatory in New York, October 5, 2005. [School children were being given a special preview of the popular exhibit which opens to the public October 8 and features up to 500 iridescent butterflies in a 1,200-square-foot vivarium filled with lush foliage and blooming flowers.]
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