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Kenya's Maasai gather for ceremony to turn warriors into elders
23 PICTURES
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October 20, 2016
British soldiers sit by the coast at the Pyla firing range after the range's exit was blocked, in southeast...
PYLA, Cyprus
British soldiers sit by the coast at the Pyla firing range after the range's exit was blocked, in southeast...
British soldiers sit by the coast at the Pyla firing range after the range's exit was blocked, in southeast Cyprus, October 20, 2016. Greek Cypriots at a nearby community surrounded and blocked the exit overnight after British soldiers started clearing acacia trees in the range, a popular spot where locals trap songbirds. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
CYPRUS-BRITAIN/
RTX2POU6
October 20, 2016
British soldiers prepare to climb into army trucks at the Pyla firing range after the range's exit was...
PYLA, Cyprus
British soldiers prepare to climb into army trucks at the Pyla firing range after the range's exit was...
British soldiers prepare to climb into army trucks at the Pyla firing range after the range's exit was blocked, in southeast Cyprus, October 20, 2016. Greek Cypriots at a nearby community surrounded and blocked the exit overnight after British soldiers started clearing acacia trees in the range, a popular spot where locals trap songbirds. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
CYPRUS-BRITAIN/
RTX2POU5
October 20, 2016
British military vehicles are seen parked at the Pyla firing range after the range's exit was blocked,...
PYLA, Cyprus
British military vehicles are seen parked at the Pyla firing range after the range's exit was blocked,...
British military vehicles are seen parked at the Pyla firing range after the range's exit was blocked, in southeast Cyprus, October 20, 2016. Greek Cypriots at a nearby community surrounded and blocked the exit overnight after British soldiers started clearing acacia trees in the range, a popular spot where locals trap songbirds. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
CYPRUS-BRITAIN/
RTX2POU4
October 20, 2016
British military vehicles are seen parked at the Pyla firing range after the range's exit was blocked,...
PYLA, Cyprus
British military vehicles are seen parked at the Pyla firing range after the range's exit was blocked,...
British military vehicles are seen parked at the Pyla firing range after the range's exit was blocked, in southeast Cyprus, October 20, 2016. Greek Cypriots at a nearby community surrounded and blocked the exit overnight after British soldiers started clearing acacia trees in the range, a popular spot where locals trap songbirds. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
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Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
31 PICTURES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LLE
October 22, 2015
A lion cub rests in the grass at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park is home...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
A lion cub rests in the grass at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 13 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
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October 22, 2015
A leopard walks in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
A leopard walks in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 18 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
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October 22, 2015
A giraffe walks on a track at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park is home to...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
A giraffe walks on a track at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 23 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
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October 22, 2015
A view of the national park at Lake Nakuru, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
A view of the national park at Lake Nakuru, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 2 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
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October 22, 2015
A tourist takes pictures at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
A tourist takes pictures at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 20 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LKS
October 22, 2015
The former main gate, damaged by flooding in 2010, is seen at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
The former main gate, damaged by flooding in 2010, is seen at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 1 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LKP
October 22, 2015
Flamingos feed on algae at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015. The Park is home to some...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
Flamingos feed on algae at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe Penney TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYPICTURE 10 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LKN
October 22, 2015
Flamingos gather next to trees damaged by flooding at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015....
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
Flamingos gather next to trees damaged by flooding at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 11 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LKH
October 22, 2015
Deputy park warden Maurine Musimbi speaks to a Reuters journalist in front of damage caused by flooding...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
Deputy park warden Maurine Musimbi speaks to a Reuters journalist in front of damage caused by flooding at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 3 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LKE
October 22, 2015
A zebra drinks water at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015. The Park is home to some of...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
A zebra drinks water at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 9 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LKD
October 22, 2015
Buffalos graze in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
Buffalos graze in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 17 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LKC
October 22, 2015
A hyena eyes a herd of zebra at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park is home to...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
A hyena eyes a herd of zebra at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods.threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 22 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LKA
October 22, 2015
A buffalo skull is seen next to the water at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
A buffalo skull is seen next to the water at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 28 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LK8
October 22, 2015
A glossy starling stands on a tree branch in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015. The Park...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
A glossy starling stands on a tree branch in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 16 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LK5
October 22, 2015
A giraffe eats leaves from a tree at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
A giraffe eats leaves from a tree at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 15 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LK3
October 22, 2015
Trees are seen in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015. The Park is home to some of the...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
Trees are seen in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 14 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LJP
October 22, 2015
A white rhino grazes at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015. The Park is home to some of...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
A white rhino grazes at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 26 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LJO
October 22, 2015
A lion sits in a tree at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
A lion sits in a tree at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 21 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LJN
October 22, 2015
A park ranger surveys damage caused by flooding at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015....
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
A park ranger surveys damage caused by flooding at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe Penney TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYPICTURE 7 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LJM
October 22, 2015
Buffalos drink water at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park is home to some of...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
Buffalos drink water at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 6 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LJL
October 22, 2015
The neck of a giraffe is seen at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park is home...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
The neck of a giraffe is seen at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe Penney TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYPICTURE 25 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LJK
October 22, 2015
Baboons sit on a road in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015. The Park is home to some...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
Baboons sit on a road in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 27 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LJJ
October 22, 2015
Zebras stand next to each other in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015. The Park is home...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
Zebras stand next to each other in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 20, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe Penney TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYPICTURE 19 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LJI
October 22, 2015
A hyena looks at a buffalo at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park is home to...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
A hyena looks at a buffalo at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 24 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LJF
October 22, 2015
Trees are seen in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
Trees are seen in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 5 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LJE
October 22, 2015
Flamingos eat algae at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
Flamingos eat algae at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 4 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LJD
October 22, 2015
Nakuru town is seen next to Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
Nakuru town is seen next to Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 18, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 12 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LJB
October 22, 2015
A dead tree is seen in water at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park is home to...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
A dead tree is seen in water at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya, August 19, 2015. The Park is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of acacia trees to animals congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says that with rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe PenneyPICTURE 8 OF 31 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "EARTHPRINTS: LAKE NAKURU" SEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/EARTHPRINTS-KENYA
RTS5LIY
October 22, 2015
Ahead of the UN Climate Conference in December we release the fifth in our "Earthprints" series illustrating...
LAKE NAKURU, Kenya
Wider Image: Earthprints: Lake Nakuru
Ahead of the UN Climate Conference in December we release the fifth in our "Earthprints" series illustrating human impact on the landscape of the planet. Each story features locations that have profoundly changed in the last thirty years.Lake Nakuru, in the Lake Nakuru National Park, is home to some of the world's most majestic wildlife including lions, rhinos, zebras and flamingos. The scenery is stunning, from forests of gentle green acacia trees to animals grazing on the grassy plain or congregating at the shores to drink. UNESCO says due to rapid population growth nearby, the area is under "considerable threat from surrounding pressures," particularly deforestation, a contributing factor in floods. REUTERS/Joe Penney TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYSEARCH "EARTHPRINTS NAKURU" FOR ALL IMAGES
SUDAN-GUMARABIC/
RTR3C1S3
January 02, 2013
Traders attend a gum arabic auction inside El-Nahud market in the main farming state of North Kordofan...
EL-NAHUD, Sudan
Traders attend a gum arabic auction inside El-Nahud market in the main farming state of North Kordofan...
Traders attend a gum arabic auction inside El-Nahud market in the main farming state of North Kordofan December 18, 2012. Business is booming in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud thanks to rising global demand for gum arabic, a natural and edible gum taken from acacia trees growing in the area. Picture taken December 18, 2012. To match Feature SUDAN-GUMARABIC/ REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
SUDAN-GUMARABIC/
RTR3C1S2
January 02, 2013
A worker stands next to sacks of gum arabic for export at a firm in El-Obeid town at the state of North...
Sudan
A worker stands next to sacks of gum arabic for export at a firm in El-Obeid
A worker stands next to sacks of gum arabic for export at a firm in El-Obeid town at the state of North Kordofan December 17, 2012. In El-Obeid, a Sudanese firm, one of many newcomers since the government ended a state monopoly on the business in 2009, is building a plant to refine and clean the gum arabic so it can fetch higher prices. Business is booming in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud thanks to rising global demand for gum arabic, a natural and edible gum taken from acacia trees growing in the area. Picture taken December 17, 2012. To match Feature SUDAN-GUMARABIC/ REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT AGRICULTURE)
SUDAN-GUMARABIC/
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January 02, 2013
Workers prepare gum arabic for export at a firm in El-Obeid town at the state of North Kordofan December...
Sudan
Workers prepare gum arabic for export at a firm in El-Obeid town
Workers prepare gum arabic for export at a firm in El-Obeid town at the state of North Kordofan December 17, 2012. In El-Obeid, a Sudanese firm, one of many newcomers since the government ended a state monopoly on the business in 2009, is building a plant to refine and clean the gum arabic so it can fetch higher prices. Business is booming in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud thanks to rising global demand for gum arabic, a natural and edible gum taken from acacia trees growing in the area. Picture taken December 17, 2012. To match Feature SUDAN-GUMARABIC/ REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
SUDAN-GUMARABIC/
RTR3C1S0
January 02, 2013
Workers prepare gum arabic for export at a firm in El-Obeid town at the state of North Kordofan December...
Sudan
Workers prepare gum arabic for export at a firm in El-Obeid
Workers prepare gum arabic for export at a firm in El-Obeid town at the state of North Kordofan December 17, 2012. In El-Obeid, a Sudanese firm, one of many newcomers since the government ended a state monopoly on the business in 2009, is building a plant to refine and clean the gum arabic so it can fetch higher prices. Business is booming in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud thanks to rising global demand for gum arabic, a natural and edible gum taken from acacia trees growing in the area. Picture taken December 17, 2012. To match Feature SUDAN-GUMARABIC/ REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
SUDAN-GUMARABIC/
RTR3C1RY
January 02, 2013
A farmer carries collected gum arabic from an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that...
EL-NAHUD, Sudan
A farmer carries collected gum arabic from an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud
A farmer carries collected gum arabic from an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that lies in the main farming state of North Kordofan December 18, 2012. Business is booming in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud thanks to rising global demand for gum arabic, a natural and edible gum taken from acacia trees growing in the area. Picture taken December 18, 2012. To match Feature SUDAN-GUMARABIC/ REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SUDAN-GUMARABIC/
RTR3C1RX
January 02, 2013
A farmer collects gum arabic from an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that lies in...
EL-NAHUD, Sudan
A farmer collects gum arabic from an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud
A farmer collects gum arabic from an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that lies in the main farming state of North Kordofan December 18, 2012. Business is booming in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud thanks to rising global demand for gum arabic, a natural and edible gum taken from acacia trees growing in the area. Picture taken December 18, 2012. To match Feature SUDAN-GUMARABIC/ REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS) EMPLOYMENT)
SUDAN-GUMARABIC/
RTR3C1RW
January 02, 2013
A man eats a gum arabic in the market in western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that lies in the main farming...
EL-NAHUD, Sudan
A man eats a gum arabic in the market in western Sudanese town of El-Nahud
A man eats a gum arabic in the market in western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that lies in the main farming state of North Kordofan December 18, 2012. Business is booming in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud thanks to rising global demand for gum arabic, a natural and edible gum taken from acacia trees growing in the area. Picture taken December 18, 2012. To match Feature SUDAN-GUMARABIC/ REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
SUDAN-GUMARABIC/
RTR3C1RV
January 02, 2013
A farmer collects gum arabic from an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that lies in...
EL-NAHUD, Sudan
A farmer collects gum arabic from an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud
A farmer collects gum arabic from an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that lies in the main farming state of North Kordofan December 18, 2012. Business is booming in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud thanks to rising global demand for gum arabic, a natural and edible gum taken from acacia trees growing in the area. Picture taken December 18, 2012. To match Feature SUDAN-GUMARABIC/ REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
SUDAN-GUMARABIC/
RTR3C1RU
January 02, 2013
Gum Arabic is seen on an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that lies in the main farming...
EL-NAHUD, Sudan
Gum Arabic is seen on an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud
Gum Arabic is seen on an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that lies in the main farming state of North Kordofan December 18, 2012. Business is booming in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud thanks to rising global demand for gum arabic, a natural and edible gum taken from acacia trees growing in the area. Picture taken December 18, 2012. To match Feature SUDAN-GUMARABIC/ REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
SUDAN-GUMARABIC/
RTR3C1RT
January 02, 2013
A farmer carries collected gum arabic from an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that...
EL-NAHUD, Sudan
A farmer carries collected gum arabic from an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud
A farmer carries collected gum arabic from an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that lies in the main farming state of North Kordofan December 18, 2012. Business is booming in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud thanks to rising global demand for gum arabic, a natural and edible gum taken from acacia trees growing in the area. Picture taken December 18, 2012. To match Feature SUDAN-GUMARABIC/ REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
SUDAN-GUMARABIC/
RTR3C1RS
January 02, 2013
A farmer carries collected gum arabic from an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that...
EL-NAHUD, Sudan
A farmer carries collected gum arabic from an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud
A farmer carries collected gum arabic from an Acacia tree in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that lies in the main farming state of North Kordofan December 18, 2012. Business is booming in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud thanks to rising global demand for gum arabic, a natural and edible gum taken from acacia trees growing in the area. Picture taken December 18, 2012. To match Feature SUDAN-GUMARABIC/ REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
SUDAN-GUMARABIC/
RTR3C1RQ
January 02, 2013
Gum arabic is seen on an Acacia trees in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that lies in the main...
EL-NAHUD, Sudan
Gum arabic is seen on an Acacia trees in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud
Gum arabic is seen on an Acacia trees in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that lies in the main farming state of North Kordofan December 18, 2012. Business is booming in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud thanks to rising global demand for gum arabic, a natural and edible gum taken from acacia trees growing in the area. Picture taken December 18, 2012. To match Feature SUDAN-GUMARABIC/ REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
SUDAN-GUMARABIC/
RTR3C1PW
January 02, 2013
A farmer climbs on an Acacia tree to collect gum arabic in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that...
Sudan
A farmer climbs on an Acacia tree to collect gum arabic in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud
A farmer climbs on an Acacia tree to collect gum arabic in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud that lies in the main farming state of North Kordofan December 18, 2012. Business is booming in the western Sudanese town of El-Nahud thanks to rising global demand for gum arabic, a natural and edible gum taken from acacia trees growing in the area. Picture taken December 18, 2012. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
KENYA-DROUGHT/
RTXD84M
March 26, 2009
Kenya's Maasai Isaac Deka and his wife try to lift up one of their three exhausted cows clustered under...
Kajiado, Kenya
To match feature KENYA-DROUGHT/
Kenya's Maasai Isaac Deka and his wife try to lift up one of their three exhausted cows clustered under a thorny acacia tree near the Rift Valley town of Kajiado, 75 km (47 miles) south of Kenyan capital Nairobi, March 25, 2009. Cattle are the economic lifeblood of around 150,000 Maasai scattered in homesteads across Kenya's southern Rift Valley, but now they are dropping where they stand, their parched bodies stinking in the red dust. Picture taken on March 25, 2009. To match feature KENYA-DROUGHT/ REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
KENYA-DROUGHT/
RTXD84K
March 26, 2009
Kenya Maasai Isaac Deka stands next to his three exhausted cows clustered under a thorny acacia tree...
Kajiado, Kenya
To match feature KENYA-DROUGHT/
Kenya Maasai Isaac Deka stands next to his three exhausted cows clustered under a thorny acacia tree near the Rift Valley town of Kajiado, 75 km (47 miles) south of Kenyan capital Nairobi, March 25, 2009. Cattle are the economic lifeblood of around 150,000 Maasai scattered in homesteads across Kenya's southern Rift Valley, but now they are dropping where they stand, their parched bodies stinking in the red dust. Picture taken on March 25, 2009. To match feature KENYA-DROUGHT/ REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
MALI-AGRICULTURE/
RTR1MDY6
February 14, 2007
Malik Kulubali gestures as he rests under acacia tree in the village of Daman, 65km (40 miles) southeast...
Daman, Mali
To match feature MALI-AGRICULTURE/
Malik Kulubali gestures as he rests under acacia tree in the village of Daman, 65km (40 miles) southeast of Bamako in this January 11, 2007 file photograph. Kulubali recalls a distant time when lions prowled the villages of southern Mali and the capital Bamako was little more than a village. To match feature MALI-AGRICULTURE/. Picture taken January 11, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel Flynn (MALI)
GOLF-SAFRICA/CHALLENGE
RTR1K092
December 03, 2006
South Africa's Ernie Els reacts after his hat is snagged by an acacia thorn tree on the 14th hole during...
Sun City, South Africa
South Africa's Ernie Els reacts after his hat is snagged by an Acacia thorn tree on the 14th hole during...
South Africa's Ernie Els reacts after his hat is snagged by an acacia thorn tree on the 14th hole during the final round of the Sun City Golf Challenge at Sun City December 3, 2006. REUTERS/Howard Burditt (SOUTH AFRICA)
INDONESIA
RTR1I7R5
October 11, 2006
Trucks carry acacia tree trunks for the pulp and paper industry amidst the haze near Rengat on Sumatra...
RENGAT, Indonesia
Trucks carry acacia tree trunks for the pulp and paper industry amidst the haze near Rengat
Trucks carry acacia tree trunks for the pulp and paper industry amidst the haze near Rengat on Sumatra island October 11, 2006. Hundreds of people prayed for rain on Wednesday in an Indonesian province hard-hit by forest fires as Southeast Asian environment ministers prepared to gather to discuss ways to tackle smoke haze covering the region. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR1I7QZ
October 11, 2006
A fisherman drives his boat near a tug boat carrying acacia tree trunks for the pulp and paper industry...
RENGAT, Indonesia
A fisherman drives his boat near a tug boat carrying acacia tree trunks for the pulp and paper industry...
A fisherman drives his boat near a tug boat carrying acacia tree trunks for the pulp and paper industry in Rengat on Sumatra island October 11, 2006. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
ENVIRONMENT HAZE
RTR1I6IP
October 10, 2006
A truck carrying tree trunks passes through a burnt acacia forest in Pelalawan, the Sumatra island of...
PELALAWAN, Indonesia
A truck carrying tree trunks passes through a burnt acacia forest in Pelalawan
A truck carrying tree trunks passes through a burnt acacia forest in Pelalawan, the Sumatra island of Indonesia, October 10, 2006. Southeast Asian ministers will meet soon to discuss ways to help Indonesia extinguish forest and brush fires causing a thick haze blanketing the region, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
ETHIOPIA
RTR1FOEO
July 20, 2006
An Ethiopian woman from the Hamar tribe attends a pastoralists' meeting in Yabello, 600km (373 miles)...
YABELLO, Ethiopia
Ethiopian woman from Hamar tribe attend pastoralists' meeting in Yabello, Ethiopia
An Ethiopian woman from the Hamar tribe attends a pastoralists' meeting in Yabello, 600km (373 miles) south of Ethiopia's capital of Addis Ababa, July 18, 2006. Pastoralist leaders from 19 countries spent six days sheltering under the shade of acacia trees on the Yabello rangelands, locked in discussions on trade, governance and production, OCHA, the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said. There are thought to be 100 million pastoralists worldwide with 8-10 million in Ethiopia alone. Picture taken July 18, 2006. REUTERS/David Mwangi (ETHIOPIA)
ETHIOPIA
RTR1FOEI
July 20, 2006
Men from the Borana tribe of Ethiopia take a break during the pastoralists' meeting in Yabello 600kms...
YABELLO, Ethiopia
Men from the Borana tribe of Ethiopia take a break during the pastoralists meeting in Yabello, Ethiopia...
Men from the Borana tribe of Ethiopia take a break during the pastoralists' meeting in Yabello 600kms south of Ethiopia's capital of Addis Ababa, July 18, 2006. Pastoralist leaders from 19 countries spent six days sheltering under the shade of acacia trees on the Yabello rangelands, locked in discussions on trade, governance and production, OCHA, the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said. There are thought to be 100 million pastoralists worldwide with 8-10 million in Ethiopia alone. Picture taken July 18, 2006. REUTERS/David Mwangi (ETHIOPIA)
ETHIOPIA
RTR1FOE1
July 20, 2006
A group of pastoralists attend a meeting in Yabello 600km (373 miles) south of Ethiopia's capital of...
YABELLO, Ethiopia
Group of pastoralists attend meeting in Yabello, Ethiopia
A group of pastoralists attend a meeting in Yabello 600km (373 miles) south of Ethiopia's capital of Addis Ababa July 18, 2006. Pastoralist leaders from 19 countries spent six days sheltering under the shade of acacia trees on the Yabello rangelands, locked in discussions on trade, governance and production, OCHA, the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said. There are thought to be 100 million pastoralists worldwide with 8-10 million in Ethiopia alone. Picture taken July 18, 2006. REUTERS/David Mwangi (ETHIOPIA)
ETHIOPIA
RTR1FODT
July 20, 2006
An Ethiopian woman from the Borana tribe attends a pastoralists' meeting in Yabello, 600km (373 miles)...
YABELLO, Ethiopia
Ethiopian woman from the Borana tribe attend pastoralists' meeting in Yabello, Ethiopia
An Ethiopian woman from the Borana tribe attends a pastoralists' meeting in Yabello, 600km (373 miles) south of Ethiopia's capital of Addis Ababa, July 18, 2006. Pastoralist leaders from 19 countries spent six days sheltering under the shade of acacia trees on the Yabello rangelands, locked in discussions on trade, governance and production, OCHA, the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said. There are thought to be 100 million pastoralists worldwide with 8-10 million in Ethiopia alone. Picture taken July 18, 2006. REUTERS/David Mwangi (ETHIOPIA)
ERITREA-TOURISM
RTR1A2RX
August 11, 2005
Eritreans and their camels stand in the shade in the remote village of Gelalo, east of Eritrea's capital...
Gelalo, Eritrea
To match feature ERITREA-TOURISM
Eritreans and their camels stand in the shade in the remote village of Gelalo, east of Eritrea's capital Asmara, August 11, 2005. Rising out of the shimmering heat of the Eritrean desert, the Hotel Gelalo offers tired, dusty tourists a refuge from the burning sun. But in one of Africa's hottest corners, where even camels huddle in the shade of small, leafless acacia trees, Eritrea's newest tourist project has greeted few visitors so far. Picture taken August 11, 2005. To match feature ERITREA-TOURISM REUTERS/Ed Harris
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