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FARMACEUTICALS-CHICKEN/
RTR46AM2
September 15, 2014
Chicken farmer Craig Watts pauses while dissecting a euthanized chicken checking for disease, at C&A...
Fairmont, UNITED STATES
Chicken farmer Craig Watts pauses while dissecting a euthanized chicken at C&A Farms in Fairmont, North...
Chicken farmer Craig Watts pauses while dissecting a euthanized chicken checking for disease, at C&A Farms in Fairmont, North Carolina June 11, 2014. Picture taken June 11, 2014. To match Special Report FARMACEUTICALS-CHICKEN/ REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS HEALTH DRUGS SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CANADA/
RTR3OD9X
May 08, 2014
Workers from the Royal Ontario Museum begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point,...
WOODY POINT, Canada
Workers begin dissection of beached blue whale in Newfoundland
Workers from the Royal Ontario Museum begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point, Newfoundland, May 8, 2014. The whale is likely one of a group of blue whales that died several weeks ago in heavy ice off Newfoundland's Western coast and is now emitting an odor that's hard to ignore. REUTERS/Greg Locke (CANADA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
RTR3OD9W
May 08, 2014
Workers from the Royal Ontario Museum begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point,...
WOODY POINT, Canada
Workers begin dissection of beached blue whale in Newfoundland
Workers from the Royal Ontario Museum begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point, Newfoundland, May 8, 2014. The whale is likely one of a group of blue whales that died several weeks ago in heavy ice off Newfoundland's Western coast and is now emitting an odor that's hard to ignore. REUTERS/Greg Locke (CANADA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
RTR3OD9V
May 08, 2014
Mark Engstrom (L), Director of Collections and Research at the Royal Ontario Museum, and his team begin...
WOODY POINT, Canada
Scientists begin dissection of beached blue whale in Newfoundland
Mark Engstrom (L), Director of Collections and Research at the Royal Ontario Museum, and his team begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point, Newfoundland, May 8, 2014. The whale is likely one of a group of blue whales that died several weeks ago in heavy ice off Newfoundland's Western coast and is now emitting an odor that's hard to ignore. REUTERS/Greg Locke (CANADA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
RTR3OD9U
May 08, 2014
Workers from the Royal Ontario Museum begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point,...
WOODY POINT, Canada
Workers begin dissection of beached blue whale in Newfoundland
Workers from the Royal Ontario Museum begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point, Newfoundland, May 8, 2014. The whale is likely one of a group of blue whales that died several weeks ago in heavy ice off Newfoundland's Western coast and is now emitting an odor that's hard to ignore. REUTERS/Greg Locke (CANADA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
RTR3OD9N
May 08, 2014
Mark Engstrom (L), Director of Collections and Research at the Royal Ontario Museum, and his team begin...
WOODY POINT, Canada
Scientists begin dissection of beached blue whale in Newfoundland
Mark Engstrom (L), Director of Collections and Research at the Royal Ontario Museum, and his team begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point, Newfoundland, May 8, 2014. The whale is likely one of a group of blue whales that died several weeks ago in heavy ice off Newfoundland's Western coast and is now emitting an odor that's hard to ignore. REUTERS/Greg Locke (CANADA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
USA/
RTR3MZXN
April 28, 2014
Actor James Cromwell protests from inside a crate during a PETA demonstration demanding Air France stop...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
James Cromwell protests from inside a crate during a PETA demonstration demanding Air France stop flying...
Actor James Cromwell protests from inside a crate during a PETA demonstration demanding Air France stop flying monkeys to laboratories, inside the Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California April 28, 2014. The placards in French read: "Cruelty should not travel". REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TRANSPORT)
SPAIN/
RTR3MGSG
April 24, 2014
Crosses, placed by Igualdad Animal (Animal Equality) activists, depict a cemetery as a protest against...
Barcelona, Spain
Crosses, placed by Igualdad Animal activists, depict a cemetery as a protest against the use of animals...
Crosses, placed by Igualdad Animal (Animal Equality) activists, depict a cemetery as a protest against the use of animals in experiments, in front of Barcelona's cathedral April 24, 2014. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ANIMALS)
Animals
Animals
Danish Zoo Shoots Giraffe - 13 Feb 2014
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BRITAIN-BADGERS/
RTX1085A
June 01, 2013
A demonstrator hangs from a lamp post during a protest against the cull of badgers, in central London...
London, United Kingdom
A demonstrator hangs from a lamp post during a protest against the cull of badgers, in central London...
A demonstrator hangs from a lamp post during a protest against the cull of badgers, in central London June 1, 2013. Farmers in two English counties will be allowed to kill badgers in an attempt to control tuberculosis in cows, in a pilot program beginning today. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS)
USA-SNAKEHEADS/
RTX105OO
May 30, 2013
A large northern snakehead fish is dissected and filleted by Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries...
Mt Vernon, UNITED STATES
A large northern snakehead fish is dissected and filleted by Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries...
A large northern snakehead fish is dissected and filleted by Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries biologists at Pohick Bay, Virginia May 23, 2013. They're freakishly strong, hungry air-breathers that can survive for short periods on land. But northern snakehead fish, once viewed as an unstoppable scourge in U.S. waters, may have gotten a bad rap. The threat of the snakehead, native to China's Yangtze basin, which is believed to spawn repeatedly during the year unlike other species that spawn just once, is that it is such a hardy newcomer that it could squeeze out longer-established and more desired fish in their areas. Picture taken May 23, 2013. To match USA-SNAKEHEADS/ REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
USA-SNAKEHEADS/
RTX105OM
May 30, 2013
Northern snakehead fish are dissected by Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries assistant biologist...
Mt Vernon, UNITED STATES
Northern snakehead fish are dissected on shore by Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries personnel...
Northern snakehead fish are dissected by Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries assistant biologist Mike Isel (C) and biologist John Odenkirk (R), while intern Jarrett Talley records data at Pohick Bay, Virginia May 23, 2013. They're freakishly strong, hungry air-breathers that can survive for short periods on land. But northern snakehead fish, once viewed as an unstoppable scourge in U.S. waters, may have gotten a bad rap. The threat of the snakehead, native to China's Yangtze basin, which is believed to spawn repeatedly during the year unlike other species that spawn just once, is that it is such a hardy newcomer that it could squeeze out longer-established and more desired fish in their areas. Picture taken May 23, 2013. To match USA-SNAKEHEADS/ REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
USA-SNAKEHEADS/
RTX105OI
May 30, 2013
A large northern snakehead fish is dissected and filleted by Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries...
Mt Vernon, UNITED STATES
A large northern snakehead fish is dissected and filleted by Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries...
A large northern snakehead fish is dissected and filleted by Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries biologists at Pohick Bay, Virginia May 23, 2013. They're freakishly strong, hungry air-breathers that can survive for short periods on land. But northern snakehead fish, once viewed as an unstoppable scourge in U.S. waters, may have gotten a bad rap. The threat of the snakehead, native to China's Yangtze basin, which is believed to spawn repeatedly during the year unlike other species that spawn just once, is that it is such a hardy newcomer that it could squeeze out longer-established and more desired fish in their areas. Picture taken May 23, 2013. To match USA-SNAKEHEADS/ REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
USA-SNAKEHEADS/
RTX105OG
May 30, 2013
A large northern snakehead fish is dissected by Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries assistant...
Mt Vernon, UNITED STATES
A large northern snakehead fish is dissected by Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries assistant...
A large northern snakehead fish is dissected by Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries assistant biologist Mike Isel at Pohick Bay, Virginia May 23, 2013. They're freakishly strong, hungry air-breathers that can survive for short periods on land. But northern snakehead fish, once viewed as an unstoppable scourge in U.S. waters, may have gotten a bad rap. The threat of the snakehead, native to China's Yangtze basin, which is believed to spawn repeatedly during the year unlike other species that spawn just once, is that it is such a hardy newcomer that it could squeeze out longer-established and more desired fish in their areas. Picture taken May 23, 2013. To match USA-SNAKEHEADS/ REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
SPAIN/
RTR3EUDJ
March 11, 2013
Animal rights activists protest against the use of animals for experimentation in front of an Agriculture...
Barcelona, Spain
Animal rights activists protest against the use of animals for experimentation in central Barcelona
Animal rights activists protest against the use of animals for experimentation in front of an Agriculture regional office in central Barcelona March 11, 2013. (L-R) The banners read "Victim of experiments", "For a science that has no victims" and "Stop dissection of live animals". REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: ANIMALS CIVIL UNREST)
SPAIN/
RTR3EUB5
March 11, 2013
Animal rights activists protest against the use of animals for experimentation in front of an Agriculture...
Barcelona, Spain
Animal rights activists protest against the use of animals for experimentation in central Barcelona
Animal rights activists protest against the use of animals for experimentation in front of an Agriculture regional office in central Barcelona March 11, 2013. The banners read "Victim of experiments" (R), "For a science that has no victims" (L) and "Stop dissection of live animals" (C). REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: ANIMALS CIVIL UNREST)
SPAIN/
RTR3EUB0
March 11, 2013
Animal rights activists protest against the use of animals for experimentation in front of an Agriculture...
Barcelona, Spain
Animal rights activists protest against animal experiments in central Barcelona
Animal rights activists protest against the use of animals for experimentation in front of an Agriculture regional office in central Barcelona March 11, 2013. The banners read (L-R) "Victim of experiments", "For a science that has no victims" and "Stop dissection of live animals". REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: ANIMALS CIVIL UNREST)
USA/
RTR37DRX
September 01, 2012
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton,...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach, Rhode Island
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR37DRW
September 01, 2012
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton,...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Rhode Island...
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR37DP6
September 01, 2012
A researcher dissects a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
A researcher dissects a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Rhode Island
A researcher dissects a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR37DOX
September 01, 2012
A researcher examines and dissects a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton,...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
A researcher examines and dissects a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Rhode Island...
A researcher examines and dissects a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR37DOU
September 01, 2012
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton,...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Rhode Island...
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR37DOT
September 01, 2012
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton,...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Rhode Island...
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR37DOO
September 01, 2012
A crowd of beachgoers watch researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
Beachgoers watch researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach...
A crowd of beachgoers watch researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR37DOF
September 01, 2012
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton,...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton,...
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTR31RMI
May 08, 2012
An animal rights activist protests against the use of animals in laboratories in front of Italy's consulate...
Barcelona, Spain
An animal rights activist protests against the use of animals in laboratories in front of Italy's consulate...
An animal rights activist protests against the use of animals in laboratories in front of Italy's consulate in central Barcelona May 8, 2012. The banner reads "Solidarity with activists, by closing Greenhill. Stop dissection". REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
PERU/
RTR2VN76
December 26, 2011
An Andean man wearing a mask and a dissected bird is seen before participating in a fight during the...
Cuzco, Peru
An Andean man wearing a mask and a dissected bird is seen before participating in a fight during the...
An Andean man wearing a mask and a dissected bird is seen before participating in a fight during the "Takanakuy", a traditional festivity at Chumbivilcas province in Cuzco December 25, 2011. "Takanakuy", which means "when the blood is boiling" in Quechua, is an annual and ancient celebration inherited from the pre-hispanic Chanka culture, that gives hundreds of Andean villagers the chance to solve their love, honour and property problems through the force of blows as a way to put differences behind them before the New Year. Picture taken December 25, 2011. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY ANIMALS)
MEXICO/
RTR2MH1U
May 15, 2011
An activist from the animal rights group AnimaNaturalis wears a rabbit mask during a protest against...
Mexico City, Mexico
An activist from the animal rights group AnimaNaturalis wears a rabbit mask during a protest against...
An activist from the animal rights group AnimaNaturalis wears a rabbit mask during a protest against animal testing for cleaning products in Mexico City May 15, 2011. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
CROATIA
RTR2L6DC
April 13, 2011
An animal rights activist dressed as a rabbit invites people to sign a petition against companies that...
Zagreb, Croatia
An animal rights activist invites people to sign a petition against companies that produce cosmetics...
An animal rights activist dressed as a rabbit invites people to sign a petition against companies that produce cosmetics that require animal testing, in the main square in Zagreb April 13, 2011. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANIMALS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS)
FOODS/CHEMCIALS-CANS
RTR2EXQC
June 09, 2010
Yale University physician, professor and researcher Hugh Taylor holds a mouse inside a laboratory at...
New Haven, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report FOOD/CHEMICALS-CANS
Yale University physician, professor and researcher Hugh Taylor holds a mouse inside a laboratory at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, May 21, 2010. His research has shown that the chemical BPA (Bisphenol A) alters the way genes react to estrogen, and could open the door for infants in utero to develop cancer much later in life. To study the way BPA may affect children in utero, Taylor injected pregnant mice with high doses of the chemical five days into their 21-day gestation cycle. He found that the mice exposed to BPA in the womb lacked the "gate" on their DNA receptors and were more susceptible to estrogen for the rest of their lives. To match Special Report FOOD/CHEMICALS-CANS REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SCI TECH BUSINESS HEALTH)
FOOD/CHEMICALS-CANS
RTR2EXPT
June 09, 2010
Yale University physician, professor and researcher Hugh Taylor demonstrates how pregnant mice were injected...
New Haven, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report FOOD/CHEMICALS-CANS
Yale University physician, professor and researcher Hugh Taylor demonstrates how pregnant mice were injected with high doses of the chemical BPA (Bisphenol A) in a laboratory at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, May 21, 2010. His research has shown that the chemical alters the way genes react to estrogen, and could open the door for infants in utero to develop cancer much later in life. To match Special Report FOOD/CHEMICALS-CANS REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SCI TECH BUSINESS HEALTH)
SPAIN/
RTR2ANAT
February 21, 2010
The feet of an animal rights activist are covered in fake blood during a protest against wearing fur...
Madrid, Spain
The feet of an animal rights activist are covered in fake blood during a protest against wearing fur...
The feet of an animal rights activist are covered in fake blood during a protest against wearing fur and in favour of animal rights at Madrid's Puerta del Sol February 21, 2010. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA/
RTXAQPX
November 19, 2008
Macaques look out from their cell at the Anhui Provincial Experimental Macaque Training Center in Qimen...
QIMEN, China
Macaques look out from their cell at the Anhui Provincial Experimental Macaque Training Center in Qimen...
Macaques look out from their cell at the Anhui Provincial Experimental Macaque Training Center in Qimen county, Anhui province, November 19, 2008. The nationally-funded centre with a capacity of 700 rears the macaques for scientific research and medical experiments, according to local media. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
USA/
RTR1VXLK
January 18, 2008
PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) members, wearing M&M-colored body paint, brave the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) members, wearing M&M-colored body paint, protest against...
PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) members, wearing M&M-colored body paint, brave the cold weather while protesting against Mars' cruel animal tests, in Washington January 17, 2008. PETA members asked the public to boycott Mars' products because of their conducting and funding of animal experiments for its candy products. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES)
GEORGIA/
RTR1QMDT
June 09, 2007
A monkey sits in a cage in a primate station in Sukhumi, the capital of the Georgian break-away region...
Sukhumi, Georgia
A monkey sits in a cage in a primate station in Sukhumi, the capital of the Georgian break-away region...
A monkey sits in a cage in a primate station in Sukhumi, the capital of the Georgian break-away region of Abkhazia, June 8, 2007. In Soviet times a leading institute for the study of diseases by way of experimenting with primates, the station has been struggling to keep its scientific work running since Abkhazia broke away from central Georgian rule during a war of independence in the early nineties. Its former population of about 6000 monkeys has been reduced to some 300 primates and funding from the unrecognized Abkhaz government is meagre, the institute said. Picture taken June 8, 2007. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA/
RTR1QMDA
June 09, 2007
A monkey sits in a cage in a primate station in Sukhumi, the capital of the Georgian break-away region...
Sukhumi, Georgia
A monkey sits in a cage in a primate station in Sukhumi, the capital of the Georgian break-away region...
A monkey sits in a cage in a primate station in Sukhumi, the capital of the Georgian break-away region of Abkhazia, June 8, 2007. In Soviet times, a leading institute for the study of diseases by way of experimenting with primates, the station has been struggling to keep its scientific work running since Abkhazia broke away from central Georgian rule during a war of independence in the early nineties. Its former population of about 6000 monkeys has been reduced to some 300 primates and funding from the unrecognized Abkhaz government is meagre, the institute said. Picture taken June 8, 2007. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GEORGIA)
HUNGARY BIRDFLU
RTR169GI
February 16, 2006
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany (R) and Lajos Tekes (L), director of the National Animal Health...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany and Lajos Tekes, director of the National Animal Health Institute...
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany (R) and Lajos Tekes (L), director of the National Animal Health Institute look at dead swans undergoing dissection in Budapest on February 16, 2006. The dissected swans most probably died of bowel infection, but other swans found in southern Hungary have already tested positive for the H5 avian influenza virus and samples from those birds are now being tested to determine whether they had the H5N1 strain which can kill humans. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai
HUNGARY BIRDFLU
RTR169G6
February 16, 2006
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany (R) and Lajos Tekes (L), director of the National Animal Health...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany and Lajos Tekes, director of the National Animal Health Institute...
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany (R) and Lajos Tekes (L), director of the National Animal Health Institute look at dead swans undergoing dissection in Budapest February 16, 2006. The swans most probably died of bowel infection, but other swans found in southern Hungary have already tested positive for the H5 avian influenza virus and samples from those birds are now being tested to determine whether they had the H5N1 strain which can kill humans. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai
TANZANIA
RTRAGBP
September 10, 2004
An African giant pouched rat tethered by a harness sniffs the soil in Morogoro, Tanzania September 10,...
Morogoro, Tanzania
An African giant pouched rat sniffs the soil during training to detect landmines in Tanzania.
An African giant pouched rat tethered by a harness sniffs the soil in Morogoro, Tanzania September 10, 2004 as 250 rats are trained by scientists of Belgium's demining APOPO organisation and Tanzania's Sorokine University of Agriculture to use their olfactory sense to point out landmines. Unexploded ordnance and landmines are a menace in many African countries and the scientists idea is to get an alternative method to detect landmines that works well in Africa. REUTERS/Emmanuel Kwitema NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE RSS/dbp
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