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CHILE-ALGAE/SKIN
RTX2VRGE
December 19, 2016
University professor, Tomas Egana, holds up a sample of artificial skin before being impregnated and...
Santiago, Chile
University professor, Tomas Egana, holds up a sample of artificial skin before being impregnated and...
University professor, Tomas Egana, holds up a sample of artificial skin before being impregnated and coloured in green with a microalgae to allow artificial skin produce oxygen and breathe, in Santiago, Chile, November 24, 2016. Picture taken November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-ALGAE/SKIN
RTX2VRGD
December 19, 2016
A bottle containing microalgaes, to be used to impregnate a sample of artificial skin and allow it produce...
Santiago, Chile
A bottle containing microalgaes, to be used to impregnate a sample of artificial skin and allow it produce...
A bottle containing microalgaes, to be used to impregnate a sample of artificial skin and allow it produce oxygen and breathe, is seen inside a laboratory in Santiago, Chile, November 24, 2016. Picture taken November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-ALGAE/SKIN
RTX2VRG9
December 19, 2016
A sample of artificial skin is seen inside a laboratory before being impregnated and coloured in green...
Santiago, Chile
A sample of artificial skin is seen inside a laboratory before being impregnated and coloured in green...
A sample of artificial skin is seen inside a laboratory before being impregnated and coloured in green with a microalgae to allow artificial skin produce oxygen and breathe, in Santiago, Chile, November 24, 2016. Picture taken November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-ALGAE/SKIN
RTX2VRFZ
December 19, 2016
University professor Tomas Egana shows a sample of artificial skin impregnated and coloured with microalgae...
Santiago, Chile
University professor Tomas Egana shows a sample of artificial skin impregnated and coloured with microalgae...
University professor Tomas Egana shows a sample of artificial skin impregnated and coloured with microalgae to allow artificial skin produce oxygen and breathe, in Santiago, Chile, November 24, 2016. Picture taken November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-ALGAE/SKIN
RTX2VRFM
December 19, 2016
University professor Tomas Egana extracts microalgae to use on an artificial skin that will be impregnated...
Santiago, Chile
University professor Tomas Egana extracts microalgae to use on an artificial skin that will be impregnated...
University professor Tomas Egana extracts microalgae to use on an artificial skin that will be impregnated and coloured to allow artificial skin produce oxygen and breathe in Santiago, Chile, November 24, 2016. Picture taken November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-ALGAE/SKIN
RTX2VRFD
December 19, 2016
University professor Tomas Egana impregnates a sample of artificial skin with microalgae to allow it...
Santiago, Chile
University professor Tomas Egana impregnates a sample of artificial skin with microalgae to allow it...
University professor Tomas Egana impregnates a sample of artificial skin with microalgae to allow it produces oxygen and breathes, in Santiago, Chile, November 24, 2016. Picture taken November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-ALGAE/SKIN
RTX2VRFB
December 19, 2016
Samples of artificial skin are seen inside a laboratory before being impregnated and coloured in green...
Santiago, Chile
Samples of artificial skin are seen inside a laboratory before being impregnated and coloured in green...
Samples of artificial skin are seen inside a laboratory before being impregnated and coloured in green with a microalgae to allow artificial skin produce oxygen and breathe, in Santiago, Chile, November 24, 2016. Picture taken November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
COSTA RICA-PROTEST/
RTS1A0Q
September 15, 2015
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro...
San Jose, Costa Rica
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization...
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) in front of the Supreme Court in San Jose, Costa Rica September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-PROTEST/
RTS1A0N
September 15, 2015
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro...
San Jose, Costa Rica
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization...
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) in front of the Supreme Court in San Jose, Costa Rica September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-PROTEST/
RTS19ZE
September 15, 2015
A man holds a sign that reads "Error, terror, pain, in vitro" during a protest against the decree signed...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A man holds a sign that reads "Error, terror, pain, in vitro" during a protest against the decree signed...
A man holds a sign that reads "Error, terror, pain, in vitro" during a protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) in front of the Supreme Court in San Jose, Costa Rica September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-PROTEST/
RTS19X5
September 15, 2015
People display a banner during a protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo...
San Jose, Costa Rica
People display a banner during a protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Solis, legalizing...
People display a banner during a protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) in front of the Supreme Court in San Jose, Costa Rica September 15, 2015. The banner reads "Why fight against abortion? One possible solution, do not kill. Give them to us and we will take care of them. Because I have the right to be born". REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
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INDIA/
RTX146FN
October 10, 2013
Surrogate mothers rest inside a temporary home for surrogate mothers provided by Akanksha IVF center...
ANAND, India
Surrogate mothers rest inside a temporary home for surrogate mothers provided by Akanksha IVF center...
Surrogate mothers rest inside a temporary home for surrogate mothers provided by Akanksha IVF center in Anand town, about 70 km (44 miles) south from the western Indian city of Ahmedabad August 22, 2013. Makwana, who has two children of her own, is acting as a surrogate for a U.S. couple. REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
INDIA/
RTX146FJ
October 10, 2013
Madhu Makwana (L), 35, who is a first time surrogate mother, combs her hair as she gets ready for a baby...
ANAND, India
Makwana, who is a first time surrogate mother, combs her hair as she gets ready for a baby shower ceremony...
Madhu Makwana (L), 35, who is a first time surrogate mother, combs her hair as she gets ready for a baby shower ceremony inside a temporary home for surrogate mothers provided by Akanksha IVF center in Anand town, about 70 km (44 miles) south from the western Indian city of Ahmedabad August 22, 2013. Makwana, who has two children of her own is acting as a surrogate for a U.S. couple. REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
INDIA/
RTX146F7
October 10, 2013
Doctor Harsha Bhadarka, an embryologist, works inside a lab belonging to Akanksha IVF center in Anand...
ANAND, India
Doctor Bhadarka, an embryologist, works inside a lab belonging to Akanksha IVF center in Anand town
Doctor Harsha Bhadarka, an embryologist, works inside a lab belonging to Akanksha IVF center in Anand town, about 70 km (44 miles) south from the western Indian city of Ahmedabad August 24, 2013. REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
INDIA/
RTX146F6
October 10, 2013
Surrogate mothers attend a class on beauty skills from their teacher (R) inside a temporary home for...
ANAND, India
Surrogate mothers attend a class on beauty skills from their teacher inside a temporary home for surrogate...
Surrogate mothers attend a class on beauty skills from their teacher (R) inside a temporary home for surrogate mothers provided by Akanksha IVF center in Anand town, about 70 km (44 miles) south from the western Indian city of Ahmedabad August 24, 2013. REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
INDIA/
RTX146EO
October 10, 2013
Rekha Patel (L), 42, from Britain, cares for her week-old-baby girl Gabriella, inside a hotel room in...
ANAND, India
Patel from Britain, cares for her week-old-baby girl Gabriella, inside a hotel room in Anand town
Rekha Patel (L), 42, from Britain, cares for her week-old-baby girl Gabriella, inside a hotel room in Anand town, about 70 km (44 miles) south from the western Indian city of Ahmedabad August 27, 2013. Gabriella was carried and delivered by an Indian surrogate mother Naina Patel. REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
POLAND-BISHOPS/IVF
RTXTV9V
October 26, 2010
Details of children born after in vitro fertilization procedure (IVF) are seen on the board at Novum...
Warsaw, Poland
Details of children born after in vitro fertilization procedure are seen on the board at Novum clinic...
Details of children born after in vitro fertilization procedure (IVF) are seen on the board at Novum clinic in Warsaw October 26, 2010. Bishops of Poland's influential Roman Catholic Church have branded in vitro fertilization (IVF) "the younger sister of eugenics" in a letter aimed at swaying lawmakers ahead of a parliamentary debate. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: RELIGION HEALTH)
POLAND-BISHOPS/IVF
RTXTV94
October 26, 2010
Doctor Katarzyna Koziol injects sperm directly into an egg during in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure...
Warsaw, Poland
Doctor Katarzyna Koziol injects sperm directly into an egg during IVF procedure called Intracytoplasmic...
Doctor Katarzyna Koziol injects sperm directly into an egg during in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure called Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) at Novum clinic in Warsaw October 26, 2010. Bishops of Poland's influential Roman Catholic Church have branded in-vitro fertilization (IVF) "the younger sister of eugenics" in a letter aimed at swaying lawmakers ahead of a parliamentary debate. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: HEALTH RELIGION)
KOREA/
RTX8FHD
September 05, 2008
One of the puppies fathered by the world's first cloned dog Snuppy is seen at Seoul National University's...
Seoul, South Korea
One of the puppies fathered by the world's first cloned dog Snuppy is seen at Seoul National University's...
One of the puppies fathered by the world's first cloned dog Snuppy is seen at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Seoul September 5, 2008. The cloned dog Snuppy, an Afghan hound, impregnated two dogs through artificial insemination to produce 10 puppies, which were born in May. Snuppy was produced in 2005 by a lab once headed by Hwang Woo-suk, who fell from grace after two of his papers on cloning human embryonic stem cells were found to be based on fabricated data. Independent testing proved that Snuppy was cloned. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX8FHC
September 05, 2008
The world's first cloned dog Snuppy (L) looks at its puppies at Seoul National University's College of...
Seoul, South Korea
The world's first cloned dog Snuppy looks at its puppies at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary...
The world's first cloned dog Snuppy (L) looks at its puppies at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Seoul September 5, 2008. The cloned dog Snuppy, an Afghan hound, impregnated two dogs through artificial insemination to produce 10 puppies, which were born in May. Snuppy was produced in 2005 by a lab once headed by Hwang Woo-suk, who fell from grace after two of his papers on cloning human embryonic stem cells were found to be based on fabricated data. Independent testing proved that Snuppy was cloned. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX8FHB
September 05, 2008
The world's first cloned dog Snuppy (C, bottom) and its puppies are seen with researchers at Seoul National...
Seoul, South Korea
The world's first cloned dog Snuppy and its puppies are seen with researchers at Seoul National University's...
The world's first cloned dog Snuppy (C, bottom) and its puppies are seen with researchers at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Seoul September 5, 2008. The cloned dog Snuppy, an Afghan hound, impregnated two dogs through artificial insemination to produce 10 puppies, which were born in May. Snuppy was produced in 2005 by a lab once headed by Hwang Woo-suk, who fell from grace after two of his papers on cloning human embryonic stem cells were found to be based on fabricated data. Independent testing proved that Snuppy was cloned. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX8FH9
September 05, 2008
World's first cloned dog Snuppy (L) and one of its puppies are seen with researchers at Seoul National...
Seoul, South Korea
World's first cloned dog Snuppy and one of its puppies are seen with researchers at Seoul National University's...
World's first cloned dog Snuppy (L) and one of its puppies are seen with researchers at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Seoul September 5, 2008. The cloned dog Snuppy, an Afghan hound, impregnated two dogs through artificial insemination to produce 10 puppies, which were born in May. Snuppy was produced in 2005 by a lab once headed by Hwang Woo-suk, who fell from grace after two of his papers on cloning human embryonic stem cells were found to be based on fabricated data. Independent testing proved that Snuppy was cloned. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX8FH8
September 05, 2008
World's first cloned dog Snuppy (C) and his puppies take photograph with researchers at Seoul National...
Seoul, South Korea
World's first cloned dog Snuppy and his puppies take a photograph with researchers in Seoul
World's first cloned dog Snuppy (C) and his puppies take photograph with researchers at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Seoul September 5, 2008. The cloned dog Snuppy, an Afghan hound, impregnated two dogs through artificial insemination to produce 10 puppies, which were born in May. Snuppy was produced in 2005 by a lab once headed by Hwang Woo-suk, who fell from grace after two of his papers on cloning human embryonic stem cells were found to be based on fabricated data. Independent testing proved that Snuppy was cloned. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
COSTA RICA JAGUAR
RTR15U5K
February 03, 2006
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006....
San Jose, Costa Rica
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in Santa Ana
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa Rican zoologists have begun genetic testing on captive jaguars in an effort to increase their numbers. The plan is to use sperm from the captive jaguars and their offspring to impregnate, through artificial insemination, females in the wild areas of Costa Rica, mostly in national parks and protected areas, said Yolanda Matamoros, a zoologist at San Jose's Simon Bolivar Zoo.. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA JAGUAR
RTR15U5J
February 03, 2006
A biologist and a veterinarian prepares to take blood samples from a female jaguar to examine her genetic...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A biologist and veterinarian prepares to take blood samples from a jaguar at a zoo in San Ana
A biologist and a veterinarian prepares to take blood samples from a female jaguar to examine her genetic makeup at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa Rican zoologists have begun genetic testing on captive jaguars in an effort to increase their numbers. The plan is to use sperm from the captive jaguars and their offspring to impregnate, through artificial insemination, females in the wild areas of Costa Rica, mostly in national parks and protected areas, said Yolanda Matamoros, a zoologist at San Jose's Simon Bolivar Zoo. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA JAGUAR
RTR15U5I
February 03, 2006
A jaguar gets its teeth cleaned at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A jaguar gets its teeth cleaned at the zoo in San Ana
A jaguar gets its teeth cleaned at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa Rican zoologists have begun genetic testing on captive jaguars in an effort to increase their numbers. The plan is to use sperm from the captive jaguars and their offspring to impregnate, through artificial insemination, females in the wild areas of Costa Rica, mostly in national parks and protected areas, said Yolanda Matamoros, a zoologist at San Jose's Simon Bolivar Zoo. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA JAGUAR
RTR15U5F
February 03, 2006
A female jaguar gets its teeth cleaned at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006....
San Jose, Costa Rica
A jaguar gets its teeth cleaned at the zoo in San Ana
A female jaguar gets its teeth cleaned at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa Rican zoologists have begun genetic testing on captive jaguars in an effort to increase their numbers. The plan is to use sperm from the captive jaguars and their offspring to impregnate, through artificial insemination, females in the wild areas of Costa Rica, mostly in national parks and protected areas, said Yolanda Matamoros, a zoologist at San Jose's Simon Bolivar Zoo. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA JAGUAR
RTR15U5D
February 03, 2006
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006....
San Jose, Costa Rica
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in Santa Ana
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa Rican zoologists have begun genetic testing on captive jaguars in an effort to increase their numbers. The plan is to use sperm from the captive jaguars and their offspring to impregnate, through artificial insemination, females in the wild areas of Costa Rica, mostly in national parks and protected areas, said Yolanda Matamoros, a zoologist at San Jose's Simon Bolivar Zoo.. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA JAGUAR
RTR19SAO
February 02, 2006
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006....
San Jose, Costa Rica
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in Santa Ana
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa Rican zoologists have begun genetic testing on captive jaguars in an effort to increase their numbers. The plan is to use sperm from the captive jaguars and their offspring to impregnate, through artificial insemination, females in the wild areas of Costa Rica, mostly in national parks and protected areas, said Yolanda Matamoros, a zoologist at San Jose's Simon Bolivar Zoo.. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA JAGUAR
RTR19SAH
February 02, 2006
A biologist and a veterinarian prepares to take blood samples from a female jaguar to examine her genetic...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A biologist and veterinarian prepares to take blood samples from a jaguar at a zoo in San Ana
A biologist and a veterinarian prepares to take blood samples from a female jaguar to examine her genetic makeup at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa Rican zoologists have begun genetic testing on captive jaguars in an effort to increase their numbers. The plan is to use sperm from the captive jaguars and their offspring to impregnate, through artificial insemination, females in the wild areas of Costa Rica, mostly in national parks and protected areas, said Yolanda Matamoros, a zoologist at San Jose's Simon Bolivar Zoo. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA JAGUAR
RTR19RFJ
February 02, 2006
A jaguar gets its teeth cleaned at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A jaguar gets its teeth cleaned at the zoo in San Ana
A jaguar gets its teeth cleaned at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa Rican zoologists have begun genetic testing on captive jaguars in an effort to increase their numbers. The plan is to use sperm from the captive jaguars and their offspring to impregnate, through artificial insemination, females in the wild areas of Costa Rica, mostly in national parks and protected areas, said Yolanda Matamoros, a zoologist at San Jose's Simon Bolivar Zoo. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA JAGUAR
RTR19REY
February 02, 2006
A female jaguar gets its teeth cleaned at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006....
San Jose, Costa Rica
A jaguar gets its teeth cleaned at the zoo in San Ana
A female jaguar gets its teeth cleaned at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa Rican zoologists have begun genetic testing on captive jaguars in an effort to increase their numbers. The plan is to use sperm from the captive jaguars and their offspring to impregnate, through artificial insemination, females in the wild areas of Costa Rica, mostly in national parks and protected areas, said Yolanda Matamoros, a zoologist at San Jose's Simon Bolivar Zoo. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA JAGUAR
RTR19REQ
February 02, 2006
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006....
San Jose, Costa Rica
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in Santa Ana
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa Rican zoologists have begun genetic testing on captive jaguars in an effort to increase their numbers. The plan is to use sperm from the captive jaguars and their offspring to impregnate, through artificial insemination, females in the wild areas of Costa Rica, mostly in national parks and protected areas, said Yolanda Matamoros, a zoologist at San Jose's Simon Bolivar Zoo.. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA JAGUAR
RTR19L85
February 02, 2006
A biologist and a veterinarian cleans the tooth of a female jaguar at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose,...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A biologist and a veterinarian cleans the tooth of a female jaguar at a zoo in San Ana
A biologist and a veterinarian cleans the tooth of a female jaguar at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa Rican zoologists have begun genetic testing on captive jaguars in an effort to increase their numbers. The plan is to use sperm from the captive jaguars and their offspring to impregnate, through artificial insemination, females in the wild areas of Costa Rica, mostly in national parks and protected areas, said Yolanda Matamoros, a zoologist at San Jose's Simon Bolivar Zoo. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA JAGUAR
RTR19L63
February 02, 2006
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006....
San Jose, Costa Rica
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in San Ana
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa Rican zoologists have begun genetic testing on captive jaguars in an effort to increase their numbers. The plan is to use sperm from the captive jaguars and their offspring to impregnate, through artificial insemination, females in the wild areas of Costa Rica, mostly in national parks and protected areas, said Yolanda Matamoros, a zoologist at San Jose's Simon Bolivar Zoo. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate PP06020101
COSTA RICA JAGUAR
RTR19L5Z
February 02, 2006
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006....
San Jose, Costa Rica
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in San Ana
A female jaguar looks from its cage at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa Rican zoologists have begun genetic testing on captive jaguars in an effort to increase their numbers. The plan is to use sperm from the captive jaguars and their offspring to impregnate, through artificial insemination, females in the wild areas of Costa Rica, mostly in national parks and protected areas, said Yolanda Matamoros, a zoologist at San Jose's Simon Bolivar Zoo. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA JAGUAR
RTR19L4E
February 02, 2006
A biologist and a veterinarian cleans the tooth of a female jaguar at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose,...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A biologist and a veterinarian cleans the tooth of a female jaguar at a zoo in San Ana
A biologist and a veterinarian cleans the tooth of a female jaguar at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa Rican zoologists have begun genetic testing on captive jaguars in an effort to increase their numbers. The plan is to use sperm from the captive jaguars and their offspring to impregnate, through artificial insemination, females in the wild areas of Costa Rica, mostly in national parks and protected areas, said Yolanda Matamoros, a zoologist at San Jose's Simon Bolivar Zoo. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA JAGUAR
RTR19L4A
February 02, 2006
A biologist and a veterinarian prepares to take blood samples from a female jaguar to examine her genetic...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A biologist and a veterinarian prepares to take blood samples from a female jaguar in San Jose
A biologist and a veterinarian prepares to take blood samples from a female jaguar to examine her genetic makeup at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. Costa Rican zoologists have begun genetic testing on captive jaguars in an effort to increase their numbers. The plan is to use sperm from the captive jaguars and their offspring to impregnate, through artificial insemination, females in the wild areas of Costa Rica, mostly in national parks and protected areas, said Yolanda Matamoros, a zoologist at San Jose's Simon Bolivar Zoo. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
ODD JAPAN PANDA
RTRDKUB
February 25, 2004
Male giant panda Ling Ling, 18, is seen in his enclosure at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo February 25, 2004. Keepers...
Tokyo, Japan
MALE PANDA LING LING AT UENO ZOO IN TOKYO.
Male giant panda Ling Ling, 18, is seen in his enclosure at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo February 25, 2004. Keepers at the zoo said they have now used artificial insemination to impregnate Shuan Shuan, a female giant panda from Mexico, after several meetings with Ling Ling failed to yield results. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa YN
ODD JAPAN PANDA
RTRDKN0
February 25, 2004
Male giant panda Ling Ling, 18, is seen in his enclosure at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo February 25, 2004. Keepers...
Japan
MALE PANDA LING LING AT UENO ZOO IN TOKYO.
Male giant panda Ling Ling, 18, is seen in his enclosure at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo February 25, 2004. Keepers at the zoo said they have now used artificial insemination to impregnate Shuan Shuan, a female giant panda from Mexico, after several meetings with Ling Ling failed to yield results. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa YN
ODD JAPAN PANDA
RTRDKMH
February 25, 2004
Male giant panda Ling Ling, 18, is seen in his enclosure at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo February 25, 2004. Keepers...
Japan
MALE PANDA LING LING AT UENO ZOO IN TOKYO.
Male giant panda Ling Ling, 18, is seen in his enclosure at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo February 25, 2004. Keepers at the zoo said they have now used artificial insemination to impregnate Shuan Shuan, a female giant panda from Mexico, after several meetings with Ling Ling failed to yield results. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa YN
HEALTH IVF
RTR107R
July 26, 2003
The world's first 'test tube baby' Britain's Louise Brown, faces the media
holding 13 week old twins...
Birmingham, United Kingdom of Great Britain
WORLD'S FIRST TEST TUBE BABY LOUISE BROWN FACES MEDIA FOR 25TH
ANNIVERSARY OF IVF TREATMENT IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE....
The world's first 'test tube baby' Britain's Louise Brown, faces the media
holding 13 week old twins Antonia and Henry Veary, as Professor Robert Edwards
(L) looks on, during 25th anniversary celebrations of the revolutionary
fertility treatment 'In Vitro Fertilisation' (IVF) at Bourne Hall in
Cambridgeshire July 26, 2003. Brown joined Edwards, who along with the late
Patrick Steptoe pioneered the treatment in 1978, as guest of honour at the
celebrations. The Veary twins were also born via IVF treatment. REUTERS/Lee
Besford PP03070103 Pictures of the month July 2003

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