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CLIMATE-CHANGE/SAFRICA-DROUGHT
RTX7AZ2P 
November 29, 2019 
A dying Angora goat lies beside a watering point on a farm near drought-stricken Graaff-Reinet, South... 
Graaff Reinet, South Africa 
Dying Angora goat lies beside a watering point on a farm near drought-stricken Graaff-Reinet 
A dying Angora goat lies beside a watering point on a farm near drought-stricken Graaff-Reinet, South Africa, November 16, 2019. Many farmers now have to rely on extra fodder for hungry livestock that can no longer rely on the dried up veld for nutrition as the region experiences a protracted drought. Picture taken November 16, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SAFRICA-DROUGHT
RTX7AZ1U 
November 29, 2019 
A dying Angora goat lies beside a watering point on a farm near drought-stricken Graaff-Reinet, South... 
Graaff Reinet, South Africa 
Dying Angora goat lies beside a watering point on a farm near drought-stricken Graaff-Reinet 
A dying Angora goat lies beside a watering point on a farm near drought-stricken Graaff-Reinet, South Africa, November 16, 2019. Many farmers now have to rely on extra fodder for hungry livestock that can no longer rely on the dried up veld for nutrition as the region experiences a protracted drought. Picture taken November 16, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SAFRICA-DROUGHT
RTX7AZ1F 
November 29, 2019 
A farm worker distributes a line of feed to Angora goats near drought-stricken Graaff-Reinet, South Africa,... 
Graaff Reinet, South Africa 
Farm worker distributes a line of feed to Angora goats near drought-stricken Graaff-Reinet 
A farm worker distributes a line of feed to Angora goats near drought-stricken Graaff-Reinet, South Africa, November 16, 2019. Many farmers now have to rely on extra fodder for hungry livestock that can no longer rely on the dried up veld for nutrition as the region experiences a protracted drought. Picture taken November 16, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
AUSTRIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1A7I2 
April 25, 2015 
Angora rabbit Emilson sits next to its freshly shaved hair at Georgia Spausta's small farm in Herzogbirbaum,... 
HERZOGBIRBAUM, Austria 
Angora rabbit Emilson sits next to its freshly shaved hair at Spausta's small farm in Herzogbirbaum 
Angora rabbit Emilson sits next to its freshly shaved hair at Georgia Spausta's small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria March 10, 2015. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. The rabbits are clipped four times a year, each time giving some 300 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit one pullover. Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AUSTRIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1A7I1 
April 25, 2015 
A combination of photographs shows angora rabbit Emilson before and after it was clipped at Georgia Spausta's... 
HERZOGBIRBAUM, Austria 
A combination of photographs shows angora rabbit Emilson before and after it was clipped at Spausta's... 
A combination of photographs shows angora rabbit Emilson before and after it was clipped at Georgia Spausta's small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria March 10, 2015. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. The rabbits are clipped four times a year, each time giving some 300 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit one pullover. Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AUSTRIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1A7I0 
April 25, 2015 
Georgia Spausta spins angora wool in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria April 17,... 
HERZOGBIRBAUM, Austria 
Spausta spins angora wool in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum 
Georgia Spausta spins angora wool in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria April 17, 2015. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. The rabbits are clipped four times a year, each time giving some 300 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit one pullover. Picture taken April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader 
AUSTRIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1A7HZ 
April 25, 2015 
Satin angora rabbit Bamm-Bamm is wrapped in a scarf made from its own wool at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum,... 
HERZOGBIRBAUM, Austria 
Satin angora rabbit Bamm-Bamm is wrapped in a scarf made from its own wool at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum... 
Satin angora rabbit Bamm-Bamm is wrapped in a scarf made from its own wool at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria April 17, 2015. The satin angora rabbits are plucked three times a year, each time giving some 100 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit a scarf. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. Picture taken April 17, 2015, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader 
AUSTRIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1A7HY 
April 25, 2015 
Georgia Spausta holds satin angora rabbit Bamm-Bamm in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum... 
HERZOGBIRBAUM, Austria 
Spausta holds satin angora rabbit Bamm-Bamm in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum 
Georgia Spausta holds satin angora rabbit Bamm-Bamm in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum April 17, 2015. The satin angora rabbits are plucked three times a year, each time giving some 100 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit a scarf. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. Picture taken April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader 
AUSTRIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1A7HW 
April 25, 2015 
A combination of photographs shows satin angora rabbit Bamm-Bamm before and after it was plucked at a... 
HERZOGBIRBAUM, Austria 
A combination of photographs shows satin angora rabbit Bamm-Bamm before and after it was plucked at a... 
A combination of photographs shows satin angora rabbit Bamm-Bamm before and after it was plucked at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum April 17, 2015. The satin angora rabbits are plucked three times a year, each time giving some 100 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit a scarf. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. Picture taken April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader 
AUSTRIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1A7HV 
April 25, 2015 
Georgia Spausta plucks satin angora rabbit Bamm-Bamm in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum... 
HERZOGBIRBAUM, Austria 
Georgia Spausta plucks satin angora rabbit Bamm-Bamm in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum... 
Georgia Spausta plucks satin angora rabbit Bamm-Bamm in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum April 17, 2015. The satin angora rabbits are plucked three times a year, each time giving some 100 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit a scarf. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. Picture taken April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader

AUSTRIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1A7HS 
April 25, 2015 
A litter of five-day old angora rabbit kittens are pictured at Georgia Spausta's small farm in Herzogbirbaum,... 
HERZOGBIRBAUM, Austria 
Five-days old angora rabbit cubs are pictured in their nest at Spausta's small farm in Herzogbirbaum 
A litter of five-day old angora rabbit kittens are pictured at Georgia Spausta's small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria April 17, 2015. The rabbits are clipped four times a year, each time giving some 300 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit one pullover. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets.Picture taken April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader 
AUSTRIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1A7HR 
April 25, 2015 
Georgia Spausta displays handspun yarn next to freshly clipped angora wool in her workshop at a small... 
HERZOGBIRBAUM, Austria 
Spausta displays handspun yarn next to freshly clipped angora wool in her workshop at a small farm in... 
Georgia Spausta displays handspun yarn next to freshly clipped angora wool in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria March 10, 2015. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. The rabbits are clipped four times a year, each time giving some 300 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit one pullover. Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader 
AUSTRIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1A7HO 
April 25, 2015 
Georgia Spausta holds five-day old angora rabbit kittens at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria April... 
HERZOGBIRBAUM, Austria 
Spausta holds five-day old angora rabbit kittens at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum 
Georgia Spausta holds five-day old angora rabbit kittens at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria April 17, 2015. The rabbits are clipped four times a year, each time giving some 300 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit one pullover. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. Picture taken April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader

AUSTRIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1A7HG 
April 25, 2015 
Georgia Spausta clips angora rabbit Emilson in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria... 
HERZOGBIRBAUM, Austria 
Spausta clips angora rabbit Emilson in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum 
Georgia Spausta clips angora rabbit Emilson in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria March 10, 2015. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. The rabbits are clipped four times a year, each time giving some 300 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit one pullover. Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader 
AUSTRIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1A7HF 
April 25, 2015 
Georgia Spausta clips angora rabbit Emilson in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria... 
HERZOGBIRBAUM, Austria 
Spausta clips angora rabbit Emilson in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum 
Georgia Spausta clips angora rabbit Emilson in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria March 10, 2015. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. The rabbits are clipped four times a year, each time giving some 300 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit one pullover. Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader 
AUSTRIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1A7HE 
April 25, 2015 
Angora rabbit Emilson sits in its hutch at Georgia Spausta's small angora wool farm in Herzogbirbaum,... 
HERZOGBIRBAUM, Austria 
Angora rabbit Emilson sits in its hutch at small angora wool farm in Herzogbirbaum 
Angora rabbit Emilson sits in its hutch at Georgia Spausta's small angora wool farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria March 10, 2015. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. The rabbits are clipped four times a year, each time giving some 300 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit one pullover. Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader 
AUSTRIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1A7HD 
April 25, 2015 
Georgia Spausta clips angora rabbit Emilson in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria... 
HERZOGBIRBAUM, Austria 
Spausta clips angora rabbit Emilson in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum 
Georgia Spausta clips angora rabbit Emilson in her workshop at a small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria March 10, 2015. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. The rabbits are clipped four times a year, each time giving some 300 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit one pullover. Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader 
AUSTRIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1A7HC 
April 25, 2015 
Georgia Spausta (L) displays dyed yarn at a local market in Hollabrunn, Austria March 22, 2015. Spausta... 
HOLLABRUNN, Austria 
Angora wool producer Spausta displays dyed yarn at local market in Hollabrunn 
Georgia Spausta (L) displays dyed yarn at a local market in Hollabrunn, Austria March 22, 2015. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. The rabbits are clipped four times a year, each time giving some 300 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit one pullover. Picture taken March 22, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader 
CROATIA/
RTR39NZH 
October 27, 2012 
A judge reviews a Turkish Angora during the World Cat Show in Zagreb October 27, 2012. About 1200 cats... 
Zagreb, Croatia 
A judge reviews a Turkish Angora during the World Cat Show in Zagreb 
A judge reviews a Turkish Angora during the World Cat Show in Zagreb October 27, 2012. About 1200 cats from 33 countries are attending the World Cat show according to the organisers. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) 
FRANCE-GRES/
RTR2OM9U 
July 08, 2011 
French fashion designer Madame Gres attends a ceremony for the 'De d'Or' prize (gold thimble prize) in... 
Paris, France 
French fashion designer Madame Gres attends a ceremony for the 'De d'Or' price in Paris 
French fashion designer Madame Gres attends a ceremony for the 'De d'Or' prize (gold thimble prize) in Paris January 28, 1988. For this celebrated couturier, who pleated and draped her waythrough a half century career in fashion, the art of meticulously folding fabric over the body to create dramatic sculpted forms elevated craft to art. Some 80 flowing creations from the artist who died in 1993 are on display this summer during the exhibition "Madame Gres (1903-1993), Couture at Work" at Paris' Musee Bourdelle, the first retrospective of this legendary Parisian with the signature Angora turban to whom contemporary fashion designers owe much. The exhibition will end on August 28. Picture taken January 28, 1988. REUTERS/Charles Platiau/Files (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION HEADSHOT) 
FRANCE-GRES/
RTR2OM9S 
July 08, 2011 
A visitor looks at the creation "Evening sheath dress, around 1947" by French fashion designer Madame... 
Paris, France 
Visitors look at creations by French fashion designer Madame Gres which are displayed during the exhibition... 
A visitor looks at the creation "Evening sheath dress, around 1947" by French fashion designer Madame Gres (1903-1993) which are displayed during the exhibition "Madame Gres, Couture at Work" at the Bourdelle Museum in Paris July 7, 2011. For this celebrated couturier, who pleated and draped her waythrough a half century career in fashion, the art of meticulously folding fabric over the body to create dramatic sculpted forms elevated craft to art. Some 80 flowing creations from the artist who died in 1993 are on display this summer at Paris' Musee Bourdelle, the first retrospective of this legendary Parisian with the signature Angora turban to whom contemporary fashion designers owe much. The exhibition will end on August 28. Picture taken July 7, 2011. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION) 
FRANCE-GRES/
RTR2OM9R 
July 08, 2011 
Visitors look at creations by French fashion designer Madame Gres (1903-1993) which are displayed during... 
Paris, France 
Visitors look at creations by French fashion designer Madame Gres which are displayed during the exhibition... 
Visitors look at creations by French fashion designer Madame Gres (1903-1993) which are displayed during the exhibition "Madame Gres, Couture at Work" at the Bourdelle Museum in Paris July 7, 2011. For this celebrated couturier, who pleated and draped her waythrough a half century career in fashion, the art of meticulously folding fabric over the body to create dramatic sculpted forms elevated craft to art. Some 80 flowing creations from the artist who died in 1993 are on display this summer at Paris' Musee Bourdelle, the first retrospective of this legendary Parisian with the signature Angora turban to whom contemporary fashion designers owe much. The exhibition will end on August 28. Picture taken July 7, 2011. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION) 
FRANCE-GRES/
RTR2OM9P 
July 08, 2011 
The creations "Evening dresses, Spring-Summer 1977" by French fashion designer Madame Gres (1903-1993)... 
Paris, France 
The creations "Evening dresses, Spring-Summer 1977" by French fashion designer Madame Gres are displayed... 
The creations "Evening dresses, Spring-Summer 1977" by French fashion designer Madame Gres (1903-1993) are displayed during the exhibition "Madame Gres, Couture at Work" at the Bourdelle Museum in Paris July 7, 2011. For this celebrated couturier, who pleated and draped her waythrough a half century career in fashion, the art of meticulously folding fabric over the body to create dramatic sculpted forms elevated craft to art. Some 80 flowing creations from the artist who died in 1993 are on display this summer at Paris' Musee Bourdelle, the first retrospective of this legendary Parisian with the signature Angora turban to whom contemporary fashion designers owe much. The exhibition will end on August 28. Picture taken July 7, 2011. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION) 
FRANCE-GRES/
RTR2OM9N 
July 08, 2011 
The creations "Evening dresses, Spring-Summer 1977" by French fashion designer Madame Gres (1903-1993)... 
Paris, France 
The creations "Evening dresses, Spring-Summer 1977" by French fashion designer Madame Gres are displayed... 
The creations "Evening dresses, Spring-Summer 1977" by French fashion designer Madame Gres (1903-1993) are displayed during the exhibition "Madame Gres, Couture at Work" at the Bourdelle Museum in Paris July 7, 2011. For this celebrated couturier, who pleated and draped her waythrough a half century career in fashion, the art of meticulously folding fabric over the body to create dramatic sculpted forms elevated craft to art. Some 80 flowing creations from the artist who died in 1993 are on display this summer at Paris' Musee Bourdelle, the first retrospective of this legendary Parisian with the signature Angora turban to whom contemporary fashion designers owe much. The exhibition will end on August 28. Picture taken July 7, 2011. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION) 
FRANCE-GRES/
RTR2OM9M 
July 08, 2011 
The creation "Femina dress, 1946" by French fashion designer Madame Gres (1903-1993) is displayed during... 
Paris, France 
The creation "Femina dress, 1946" by French fashion designer Madame Gres is displayed during the exhibition... 
The creation "Femina dress, 1946" by French fashion designer Madame Gres (1903-1993) is displayed during the exhibition "Madame Gres, Couture at Work" at the Bourdelle Museum in Paris July 7, 2011. For this celebrated couturier, who pleated and draped her waythrough a half century career in fashion, the art of meticulously folding fabric over the body to create dramatic sculpted forms elevated craft to art. Some 80 flowing creations from the artist who died in 1993 are on display this summer at Paris' Musee Bourdelle, the first retrospective of this legendary Parisian with the signature Angora turban to whom contemporary fashion designers owe much. The exhibition will end on August 28. Picture taken July 7, 2011. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR28PSH 
January 10, 2010 
A Turkish Angora cat, dressed in a rabbit costume, is seen during a carnival dress show, part of the... 
Krasnoyarsk, Russia 
A Turkish Angora cat, dressed in a rabbit costume, is seen during a carnival dress show, part of the... 
A Turkish Angora cat, dressed in a rabbit costume, is seen during a carnival dress show, part of the World Zoo exhibition, in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk January 10, 2010. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
FIRE-TAHOE/
RTX4C5P 
December 03, 2007 
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - California's Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger curls a dumbbell that was... 
South Lake Tahoe, UNITED STATES 
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - 
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - California's Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger curls a dumbbell that was found in the remains of a home that was burned down on Sunday in the Angora wildfire near South Lake Tahoe, California June 27, 2007. REUTERS/Jeff Chiu/Pool (UNITED STATES) 
FIRE-TAHOE/
RTR1R9F1 
June 29, 2007 
Firefighter Jason Boynton leads the Klamath Hotshots on mop-up operations in South Lake Tahoe June 28,... 
South Lake Tahoe, UNITED STATES 
Firefighter Jason Boynton leads the Klamath Hotshots on mop-up operations in South Lake Tahoe 
Firefighter Jason Boynton leads the Klamath Hotshots on mop-up operations in South Lake Tahoe June 28, 2007. The Angora fire has already burned more than 200 buildings and 3000 acres on the south shore of Lake Tahoe. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
FIRE-TAHOE/
RTR1R9EY 
June 29, 2007 
A broken Tahoe Regional Planning Agency mug lies in the ashes of the Allegrini family home in Meyers... 
Meyers, United Kingdom 
A broken Tahoe Regional Planning Agency mug lies in the ashes of the Allegrini family home. 
A broken Tahoe Regional Planning Agency mug lies in the ashes of the Allegrini family home in Meyers June 28, 2007. Many residents blame the agency for the unsafe conditions that led to the Angora fire, which has already burned more than 200 buildings and 3000 acres on the south shore of Lake Tahoe. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
US/
RTR1R9EQ 
June 29, 2007 
Melanie Brandstad makes a sign thanking firefighters after returning to find her home undamaged by fire... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
Melanie Brandstad makes a sign thanking firefighters after returning to find her home undamaged by fire... 
Melanie Brandstad makes a sign thanking firefighters after returning to find her home undamaged by fire in Meyers June 28, 2007. The Angora fire has already burned more than 200 buildings and 3000 acres on the south shore of Lake Tahoe. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
US/
RTR1R9EN 
June 29, 2007 
Jim Mueller (L) holds his burned-out fire safe while friend Sheryl Ferguson (R) looks for jewellery melted... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
Jim Mueller holds his burned-out fire safe while friend Sheryl Ferguson looks for jewellery melted by... 
Jim Mueller (L) holds his burned-out fire safe while friend Sheryl Ferguson (R) looks for jewellery melted by the intense wildfire that destroyed Mueller's home in Meyers June 28, 2007. The Angora fire has already burned more than 200 buildings and 3000 acres on the south shore of Lake Tahoe. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
FIRE-TAHOE/
RTR1R94U 
June 28, 2007 
Charles Schlinger (L) and his sister Cheryl Pinckney console each other after they found their father's... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
Charles Schlinger and his sister Cheryl Pinckney console each other after they found their father's home... 
Charles Schlinger (L) and his sister Cheryl Pinckney console each other after they found their father's home and most of the family's mementos destroyed by a wildfire in Meyers, California June 28, 2007. The four-day-old Angora Fire has consumed 3,100 acres (1,250 hectares) of bone-dry forest and destroyed 251 structures, including 176 homes, south of Lake Tahoe, one of the state's most scenic attractions and a popular recreation area. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
FIRE-TAHOE/
RTR1R94R 
June 28, 2007 
Cheryl Pinckney inspects the remains of her father's home which was destroyed by a wildfire in Meyers,... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
Cheryl Pinckney inspects the remains of her father's home which was destroyed by a wildfire in Meyers... 
Cheryl Pinckney inspects the remains of her father's home which was destroyed by a wildfire in Meyers, California June 28, 2007. The four-day-old Angora Fire has consumed 3,100 acres (1,250 hectares) of bone-dry forest and destroyed 251 structures, including 176 homes, south of Lake Tahoe, one of the state's most scenic attractions and a popular recreation area. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
FIRE-TAHOE/
RTR1R94P 
June 28, 2007 
Edward Schlinger (L) and his daughter Cheryl Pinckney look at a coffee cup that survived a wildfire which... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
Edward Schlinger and his daughter Cheryl Pinckney look at a coffee cup that survived a wildfire which... 
Edward Schlinger (L) and his daughter Cheryl Pinckney look at a coffee cup that survived a wildfire which destroyed Schlinger's home in Meyers, California June 28, 2007. The four-day-old Angora Fire has consumed 3,100 acres (1,250 hectares) of bone-dry forest and destroyed 251 structures, including 176 homes, south of Lake Tahoe, one of the state's most scenic attractions and a popular recreation area. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
FIRE-TAHOE/
RTR1R94L 
June 28, 2007 
Cheryl Pinckney searches for family mementos amongst the remains of her father's home, destroyed by a... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
Cheryl Pinckney searches for family mementos amongst the remains of her father's home, destroyed by a... 
Cheryl Pinckney searches for family mementos amongst the remains of her father's home, destroyed by a wildfire in Meyers, California June 28, 2007. The four-day-old Angora Fire has consumed 3,100 acres (1,250 hectares) of bone-dry forest and destroyed 251 structures, including 176 homes, south of Lake Tahoe, one of the state's most scenic attractions and a popular recreation area. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
FIRE-TAHOE/
RTR1R94F 
June 28, 2007 
Sue Pritchett (C) talks to firefighters after finding her home unscathed by a wildfire in Meyers, California... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
Sue Pritchett (C) talks to firefighters after finding her home unscathed by a wildfire in Meyers 
Sue Pritchett (C) talks to firefighters after finding her home unscathed by a wildfire in Meyers, California June 28, 2007. The four-day-old Angora Fire has consumed 3,100 acres (1,250 hectares) of bone-dry forest and destroyed 251 structures, including 176 homes, south of Lake Tahoe, one of the state's most scenic attractions and a popular recreation area. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
FIRE-TAHOE/
RTR1R949 
June 28, 2007 
A coffee cup is one of the few family mementos to survive a wildfire that destroyed Edward Schlinger's... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
A coffee cup is one of the few family mementos to survive a wildfire that destroyed Edward Schlinger's... 
A coffee cup is one of the few family mementos to survive a wildfire that destroyed Edward Schlinger's home in Meyers, California June 28, 2007. The four-day-old Angora Fire has consumed 3,100 acres (1,250 hectares) of bone-dry forest and destroyed 251 structures, including 176 homes, south of Lake Tahoe, one of the state's most scenic attractions and a popular recreation area. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
FIRE-TAHOE/
RTR1R946 
June 28, 2007 
Cheryl Pinckney searches for family mementos amongst the remains of her father's home, destroyed by a... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
Cheryl Pinckney searches for family mementos amongst the remains of her father's home, destroyed by a... 
Cheryl Pinckney searches for family mementos amongst the remains of her father's home, destroyed by a wildfire in Meyers, California June 28, 2007. The four-day-old Angora Fire has consumed 3,100 acres (1,250 hectares) of bone-dry forest and destroyed 251 structures, including 176 homes, south of Lake Tahoe, one of the state's most scenic attractions and a popular recreation area. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
FIRE-TAHOE/
RTR1R941 
June 28, 2007 
Cheryl Pinckney (L) and her father Edward Schlinger console each other after returning to find Schlinger's... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
Pinckney and her father Schlinger console each other after returning to find Schlinger's home and most... 
Cheryl Pinckney (L) and her father Edward Schlinger console each other after returning to find Schlinger's home and most of the family's mementos destroyed by a wildfire in Meyers, California June 28, 2007. The four-day-old Angora Fire has consumed 3,100 acres (1,250 hectares) of bone-dry forest and destroyed 251 structures, including 176 homes, south of Lake Tahoe, one of the state's most scenic attractions and a popular recreation area. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
FIRE-TAHOE/
RTR1R82C 
June 27, 2007 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) thanks U.S. Forest Service Firefighter Kristin Brownlee... 
South Lake Tahoe, UNITED STATES 
California Governor Schwarzenegger thanks U.S. Forest Service Firefighter Brownlee for her efforts on... 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) thanks U.S. Forest Service Firefighter Kristin Brownlee (L) for her efforts on the Angora Fire at South Lake Tahoe High School in California June 27, 2007. High winds expected at California's Lake Tahoe threaten to fan a raging wildfire that jumped a containment line after destroying hundreds of buildings and forcing thousands of people to evacuate the resort area, firefighters said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
FIRE-TAHOE/
RTR1R80W 
June 27, 2007 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger curls a dumbbell that was found in the remains of a home that... 
South Lake Tahoe, UNITED STATES 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger curls a dumbbell that was found in the remains of a home that... 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger curls a dumbbell that was found in the remains of a home that was burned down on Sunday in the Angora wildfire near South Lake Tahoe, California June 27, 2007. REUTERS/Jeff Chiu/Pool (UNITED STATES) 
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June 27, 2007 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger looks over the remains of a home that was burned down on Sunday... 
South Lake Tahoe, UNITED STATES 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger looks over the remains of a home that was burned down on Sunday... 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger looks over the remains of a home that was burned down on Sunday in the Angora wildfire near South Lake Tahoe, California June 27, 2007. REUTERS/Jeff Chiu/Pool (UNITED STATES) 
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June 27, 2007 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger curls a dumbbell that was found in the remains of a home that... 
South Lake Tahoe, UNITED STATES 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger curls a dumbbell that was found in the remains of a home that... 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger curls a dumbbell that was found in the remains of a home that was burned down on Sunday in the Angora wildfire near South Lake Tahoe, California June 27, 2007. REUTERS/Jeff Chiu/Pool (UNITED STATES) 
Wildfires
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June 27, 2007 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (C) walks with Nevada Governor Jim Gibbons (L), California... 
South Lake Tahoe, UNITED STATES 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger tours the remains of a home that was burned down in the Angora... 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (C) walks with Nevada Governor Jim Gibbons (L), California Lt. Governor John Garamendi, (2nd R), Henry Renteria, Director of Governor's Office of Emergency Services (R), and others as they tour the remains of a home that was burned down on Sunday in the Angora wildfire near South Lake Tahoe, California June 27, 2007. REUTERS/Jeff Chiu/Pool (UNITED STATES) 
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June 27, 2007 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger looks at two cars that were burned on Sunday in the Angora... 
South Lake Tahoe, UNITED STATES 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger looks at two cars that were burned on Sunday in the Angora... 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger looks at two cars that were burned on Sunday in the Angora wildfire near South Lake Tahoe, California June 27, 2007. REUTERS/Jeff Chiu/Pool (UNITED STATES) 
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June 27, 2007 
Smoke from the Angora Fire coats Lake Tahoe and the town of South Lake Tahoe June 27, 2007. Fire crews... 
South Lake Tahoe, UNITED STATES 
Smoke from the Angora Fire coats Lake Tahoe and the town of South Lake Tahoe 
Smoke from the Angora Fire coats Lake Tahoe and the town of South Lake Tahoe June 27, 2007. Fire crews evacuated a neighborhood near California's Lake Tahoe on Tuesday afternoon as the wildfire that has consumed more than 2,700 acres (1,100 hectares) of forest around the resort area jumped a defensive line. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
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June 26, 2007 
The Angora Fire continues to burn above South Lake Tahoe, California June 25, 2007. Firefighters had... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
The Angora Fire continues to burn above South Lake Tahoe 
The Angora Fire continues to burn above South Lake Tahoe, California June 25, 2007. Firefighters had a wildfire near California's popular Lake Tahoe resort 40 percent contained on Monday after it engulfed 2,500 acres (1,000 hectares) and destroyed or damaged more than 200 homes. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
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June 26, 2007 
The Angora Fire continues to burn above South Lake Tahoe, California June 25, 2007. Firefighters had... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
The Angora Fire continues to burn above South Lake Tahoe 
The Angora Fire continues to burn above South Lake Tahoe, California June 25, 2007. Firefighters had a wildfire near California's popular Lake Tahoe resort 40 percent contained on Monday after it engulfed 2,500 acres (1,000 hectares) and destroyed or damaged more than 200 homes. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
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June 26, 2007 
The Angora Fire continues to burn above South Lake Tahoe, California June 25, 2007. Firefighters had... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
The Angora Fire continues to burn above South Lake Tahoe 
The Angora Fire continues to burn above South Lake Tahoe, California June 25, 2007. Firefighters had a wildfire near California's popular Lake Tahoe resort 40 percent contained on Monday after it engulfed 2,500 acres (1,000 hectares) and destroyed or damaged more than 200 homes. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
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June 26, 2007 
The Angora Fire continues to burn near Meyers, California, June 25, 2007. Firefighters had a wildfire... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
The Angora Fire continues to burn near Meyers 
The Angora Fire continues to burn near Meyers, California, June 25, 2007. Firefighters had a wildfire near California's popular Lake Tahoe resort 40 percent contained on Monday after it engulfed 2,500 acres (1,000 hectares) and destroyed or damaged more than 200 homes. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
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June 26, 2007 
U.S. Forest Service Firefighter Kristin Brownlee uses her drinking water to put out a burning stump in... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Forest Service Firefighter Kristin Brownlee uses her drinking water to put out a burning stump in... 
U.S. Forest Service Firefighter Kristin Brownlee uses her drinking water to put out a burning stump in the Angora Fire in Meyers, California June 25, 2007. A forest fire raged out of control for a second day on Monday in the popular California resort of Lake Tahoe, destroying at least 220 homes and forcing up to 1,000 people to evacuate, officials said. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
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June 26, 2007 
U.S. Forest Service Firefighter Kristin Brownlee uses her drinking water to put out a burning stump in... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Forest Service Firefighter Kristin Brownlee uses her drinking water to put out a burning stump in... 
U.S. Forest Service Firefighter Kristin Brownlee uses her drinking water to put out a burning stump in the Angora Fire in Meyers, California June 25, 2007. A forest fire raged out of control for a second day on Monday in the popular California resort of Lake Tahoe, destroying at least 220 homes and forcing up to 1,000 people to evacuate, officials said. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
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June 26, 2007 
U.S. Forest Service Firefighter Bobby Bryant works to extinguish a burning stump in the Angora Fire in... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Forest Service Firefighter Bobby Bryant works to extinguish a burning stump in the Angora Fire in... 
U.S. Forest Service Firefighter Bobby Bryant works to extinguish a burning stump in the Angora Fire in Meyers, California on June 25, 2007. A forest fire raged out of control for a second day on Monday in the popular California resort of Lake Tahoe, destroying at least 220 homes and forcing up to 1,000 people to evacuate, officials said. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
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June 26, 2007 
U.S. Forest Service Firefighter Kristin Brownlee works to control the spread of the Angora Fire in Meyers,... 
Meyers, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Forest Service Firefighter Kristin Brownlee works to control the spread of the Angora Fire in Meyers... 
U.S. Forest Service Firefighter Kristin Brownlee works to control the spread of the Angora Fire in Meyers, California June 25, 2007. A forest fire raged out of control for a second day on Monday in the popular California resort of Lake Tahoe, destroying at least 220 homes and forcing up to 1,000 people to evacuate, officials said. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES) 
JORDAN
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April 14, 2006 
A one-month-old kitten sits in a pet shop in Amman April 14, 2006. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji 
Amman, Jordan 
A one-month-old kitten sits in a pet shop in Amman 
A one-month-old kitten sits in a pet shop in Amman April 14, 2006. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji 
BELGIUM
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February 05, 2006 
An Angora cat takes part in an international feline beauty contest in Brussels February 5, 2006. The... 
Brussels, Belgium 
An Angora cat takes part in an international feline beauty contest in Brussels 
An Angora cat takes part in an international feline beauty contest in Brussels February 5, 2006. The contest took place with an exhibition of the cutest cats from all over Europe. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
BELGIUM
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February 05, 2006 
An Angora cat takes part in an international feline beauty contest in Brussels February 5, 2006. The... 
Brussels, Belgium 
An Angora cat takes part in an international feline beauty contest in Brussels 
An Angora cat takes part in an international feline beauty contest in Brussels February 5, 2006. The contest took place with an exhibition of the cutest cats from all over Europe. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
LIFE FASHION
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February 06, 2005 
A model wears a cyclamin angora knit top with a silk and wool jacquard skirt at the Luca Luca fall 2005... 
New York, USA 
A model wears a knit top at the Luca Luca fashion show in New York. 
A model wears a cyclamin angora knit top with a silk and wool jacquard skirt at the Luca Luca fall 2005 fashion show in New York, February 6, 2005. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen JC/SV 
LIFE FASHION
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February 12, 2004 
Zac Posen displays his Blixen Fall/Winter 2004 collection during Fashion Week, with a model showing a... 
New York, United States of America 
MODEL IN CASHMERE AND ANGORA AT ZAC POSEN SHOW. 
Zac Posen displays his Blixen Fall/Winter 2004 collection during Fashion Week, with a model showing a white fox jacket and angora coat, cashmere sweater, and cashmere short pants at the show February 12, 2004 in New York. REUTERS/Henny Ray Abrams hra/GAC 
HILFIGER
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February 12, 2003 
A model for designer Tommy Hilfiger walks the runway wearing a silver lurex angora tank, white nylon... 
New York, USA 
A model for designer Tommy Hilfiger walks the runway wearing a silver lurex angora tank, white nylon..... 
A model for designer Tommy Hilfiger walks the runway wearing a silver lurex angora tank, white nylon tank and black nylon tank with a navy gabardine pleated skirt during the presentation of theTommy Hilfiger Fall 2003 Collection in New York, February 12, 2003. 
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