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AUSTRALIA/
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August 26, 2013 
A fish jumps near where a pelican is swimming on Narrabeen Lake on a winters day in Sydney August 26,... 
Sydney, Australia 
A fish jumps near where a pelican is swimming on Narrabeen Lake on a winters day in Sydney 
A fish jumps near where a pelican is swimming on Narrabeen Lake on a winters day in Sydney August 26, 2013. Sydney is experiencing one of the warmest winters on records with average maximum temperatures of 19.5 degrees Celsius (35 degrees Fahrenheit), according to the Australian Bureau of Meteorology. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SINGAPORE/
RTR24WU1 
June 22, 2009 
An Australian Pelican rotates its head as it rests at the Jurong Bird Park in Singapore June 22, 2009.... 
Singapore, Singapore 
An Australian Pelican rotates its head as it rests at the Jurong Bird Park in Singapore 
An Australian Pelican rotates its head as it rests at the Jurong Bird Park in Singapore June 22, 2009. The Australian Pelican is one of the world's heaviest flying birds and is considered to have one of the longest bills, of up to 40 cm. REUTERS/Vikram Sohonie (SINGAPORE ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
AUSTRALIA/
RTR24UMG 
June 20, 2009 
Three Pelicans sit on a street light in Newcastle on Australia's east coast June 20, 2009. Pelican's... 
Newcastle, Australia 
Three Pelicans sit on a street light in Newcastle on Australia's east coast 
Three Pelicans sit on a street light in Newcastle on Australia's east coast June 20, 2009. Pelican's use their large distinctive bill to catch fish in their pouch which hangs underneath and can often be seen fishing with small teams of other Pelicans. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA SOCIETY ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1Z1C5 
April 02, 2008 
Brooke, a leopard seal is photographed in its new exhibit during a media call at Taronga Zoo in Sydney... 
Sydney, Australia 
Brooke, a leopard seal is photographed in its new exhibit during a media call at Taronga Zoo in Sydney... 
Brooke, a leopard seal is photographed in its new exhibit during a media call at Taronga Zoo in Sydney December April 2, 2008. The zoo is opening a new 1.2 hectare exhibition called Great Southern Oceans, which features sea lions, fur seals, penguins and pelicans. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA) 
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1Z1C3 
April 02, 2008 
Mav, a New Zealand fur seal swims in its new exhibit during a media call at Taronga Zoo in Sydney April... 
Sydney, Australia 
Mav, a New Zealand fur seal swims in its new exhibit during a media call at Taronga Zoo in Sydney 
Mav, a New Zealand fur seal swims in its new exhibit during a media call at Taronga Zoo in Sydney April 2, 2008. The zoo is opening a new 1.2 hectare exhibition called Great Southern Oceans, which features sea lions, fur seals, penguins and pelicans. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA) 
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1Z1BX 
April 02, 2008 
Three pelicans are seen in their new exhibit during a media call at Taronga Zoo in Sydney April 2, 2008.... 
Sydney, Australia 
Three pelicans are seen in their new exhibit during a media call at Taronga Zoo in Sydney 
Three pelicans are seen in their new exhibit during a media call at Taronga Zoo in Sydney April 2, 2008. The zoo is opening a new 1.2 hectare exhibition called Great Southern Oceans, which features sea lions, fur seals, penguins and pelicans. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA) 
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1Z1BT 
April 02, 2008 
Mav, a New Zealand fur seal is seen chasing a fish in its new exhibit during a media call at Taronga... 
Sydney, Australia 
Mav, a New Zealand fur seal is seen chasing a fish in its new exhibit during a media call at Taronga... 
Mav, a New Zealand fur seal is seen chasing a fish in its new exhibit during a media call at Taronga Zoo in Sydney April 2, 2008. The zoo is opening a new 1.2 hectare exhibition called Great Southern Oceans, which features sea lions, fur seals, penguins and pelicans. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA) 
AUSTRALIA
RTR1Q8R4 
May 30, 2007 
A pelican watches for food scraps that might be dropped from fishermen at the Sydney fish markets May... 
Sydney, Australia 
Pelican watches for food scraps that might be dropped from fishermen at the Sydney fish markets 
A pelican watches for food scraps that might be dropped from fishermen at the Sydney fish markets May 30, 2007. The Australian Pelican, which eats a wide range of sea life, is easily identified by its long beak with large throat pouch reaching up to 50cm (20 inches). REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA) 
AUSTRALIA
RTR1Q8R2 
May 30, 2007 
A pelican watches for food scraps that might be dropped from fishermen at the Sydney fish markets May... 
Sydney, Australia 
Pelican watches for food scraps that might be dropped from fishermen at the Sydney fish markets 
A pelican watches for food scraps that might be dropped from fishermen at the Sydney fish markets May 30, 2007. The Australian Pelican, which eats a wide range of sea life, is easily identified by its long beak with large throat pouch reaching up to 50cm (20 inches). REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA) 
PELICANS
RTXOU6K 
July 16, 2006 
An Australian Pelican lunges for a dead fish lying on Manly Beach in Sydney July 16, 2006. [The Australian... 
Sydney, Australia 
An Australian Pelican lunges for a dead fish lying on Manly Beach in Sydney July 16, 2006. [The Aust..... 
An Australian Pelican lunges for a dead fish lying on Manly Beach in Sydney July 16, 2006. [The Australian Pelican, an opportunist feeder, is common around Australia and is also found in Papua New Guinea, Western Indonesia and even some western Pacific islands.] 
AUSTRALIA
RTR1FJDE 
July 16, 2006 
A combination of photographs show an Australian Pelican swallowing a dead fish on Manly Beach in Sydney... 
Sydney, Australia 
A combination photograph shows an Australian Pelican swallowing a dead fish on Manly Beach in Sydney 
A combination of photographs show an Australian Pelican swallowing a dead fish on Manly Beach in Sydney July 16, 2006. The Australian Pelican, an opportunist feeder, is common around Australia and is also found in Papua New Guinea, Western Indonesia and even some western Pacific islands. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA) 
AUSTRALIA
RTR1FJD9 
July 16, 2006 
An Australian Pelican lunges for a dead fish lying on Manly Beach in Sydney July 16, 2006. The Australian... 
Sydney, Australia 
An Australian Pelican lunges for a dead fish lying on Manly Beach in Sydney 
An Australian Pelican lunges for a dead fish lying on Manly Beach in Sydney July 16, 2006. The Australian Pelican, an opportunist feeder, is common around Australia and is also found in Papua New Guinea, Western Indonesia and even some western Pacific islands. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA) 
AUSTRALIA
RTR1FJD7 
July 16, 2006 
A surfer watches an Australian Pelican standing near a dead fish lying on Manly Beach in Sydney July... 
Sydney, Australia 
A surfer watches an Australian Pelican standing near a dead fish lying on Manly Beach in Sydney 
A surfer watches an Australian Pelican standing near a dead fish lying on Manly Beach in Sydney July 16, 2006. The Australian Pelican, an opportunist feeder, is common around Australia and is also found in Papua New Guinea, Western Indonesia and even some western Pacific islands. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA) 
AUSTRALIA
RTR80SE 
August 03, 2004 
Two native Australian Pelican watch for fish from atop a street light pole on a misty morning in the... 
Bawley Point, Australia 
Two Australian pelicans perch on light pole in the south coast town of Bawley Point. 
Two native Australian Pelican watch for fish from atop a street light pole on a misty morning in the coastal town of Bawley Point, located 300 kilometres (186 miles) south of Sydney August 3, 2004. The pelican, which has the longest beak of any bird in the world, usually fishes for food in groups, herding fish into shallow waters and using its 'bill', a kind of pouch that stretches underneath it's beak, to scoop them up. REUTERS/David Gray DG 
AUSTRALIA
RTR80S9 
August 03, 2004 
Two native Australian Pelican watch for fish from atop a street light pole on a misty morning in the... 
Bawley Point, Australia 
Two Australian pelicans perch on light pole in the south coast town of Bawley Point. 
Two native Australian Pelican watch for fish from atop a street light pole on a misty morning in the coastal town of Bawley Point, located 300 kilometres (186 miles) south of Sydney August 3, 2004. The pelican, which has the longest beak of any bird in the world, usually fishes for food in groups, herding fish into shallow waters and using its 'bill', a kind of pouch that stretches underneath it's beak, to scoop them up. REUTERS/David Gray DG 
AUSTRALIA
RTRO49C 
May 21, 2003 
A Pelican, Australia's largest flying bird, rests atop a street light in the
northern beaches suburb... 
Sydney, Australia 
AN AUSTRALIAN PELICAN RESTS ATOP A STREET LIGHT IN SYDNEY. 
A Pelican, Australia's largest flying bird, rests atop a street light in the
northern beaches suburb of Narrabeen May 21, 2003. The bird spends most of
the day atop the light which is situated on one of the busiest roads in the
area, and is able to both rest and look for fish in a lake nearby from the
high perch. Pictures of the month May 2003 REUTERS/David Gray
REUTERS

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AUSTRALIA
RTRNXT8 
May 21, 2003 
A Pelican, Australia's largest flying bird, rests atop a street light in the
northern beaches suburb... 
Sydney, Australia 
AN AUSTRALIAN PELICAN RESTS ATOP A STREET LIGHT IN SYDNEY. 
A Pelican, Australia's largest flying bird, rests atop a street light in the
northern beaches suburb of Narrabeen May 21, 2003. The bird spends most of
the day atop the light which is situated on one of the busiest roads in the
area, and is able to both rest and look for fish in a lake nearby from the
high perch. REUTERS/David Gray DG

AUSTRALIA 
AUSTRALIA
RTRNXRZ 
May 21, 2003 
A Pelican, Australia's largest flying bird, rests atop a street light
in the northern beaches suburb... 
Sydney, Australia 
AN AUSTRALIAN PELICAN RESTS ATOP A STREET LIGHT IN SYDNEY. 
A Pelican, Australia's largest flying bird, rests atop a street light
in the northern beaches suburb of Narrabeen May 21, 2003. The bird
spends most of the day atop the light, which is situated on one of the
busiest roads in the area, enabling it to both rest and look for fish
in a nearby lake. REUTERS/David Gray

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PELICANS
RTXLCIK 
June 24, 2002 
An Australian Pelican sits atop a streetlight at dusk as a full moon rises behind at Sydney's Long Reef... 
Sydney, Australia 
An Australian Pelican sits atop a streetlight at dusk as a full moon rises behind at Sydney's Long R..... 
An Australian Pelican sits atop a streetlight at dusk as a full moon rises behind at Sydney's Long Reef beach June 24, 2002. A small group of pelicans sit on the lights to have a good view of the sea for observing schools of fish. 
PELICANS
RTXLCIJ 
June 24, 2002 
An Australian Pelican sits atop a streetlight at dusk as a full moon rises behind at Sydney's Long Reef... 
Sydney, Australia 
An Australian Pelican sits atop a streetlight at dusk as a full moon rises behind at Sydney's Long R..... 
An Australian Pelican sits atop a streetlight at dusk as a full moon rises behind at Sydney's Long Reef beach June 24, 2002. A small group of pelicans sit on the lights to have a good view of the sea for observing schools of fish. 
AUSTRALIA
RTR6SJV 
June 24, 2002 
An Australian Pelican sits atop a streetlight at dusk as a full moon
rises behind at Sydney's Long Reef... 
Sydney, Australia 
A PELICAN SITS ATOP A LIGHT POLE AS A FULL MOON RISES BEHIND IN SYDNEY. 
An Australian Pelican sits atop a streetlight at dusk as a full moon
rises behind at Sydney's Long Reef beach June 24, 2002. A small group
of pelicans sit on the lights to have a good view of the sea for
observing schools of fish. REUTERS/David Gray

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AUSTRALIA
RTR6RAL 
June 24, 2002 
An Australian Pelican sits atop a street-light at dusk as a full moon
rises behind at Sydney's Long... 
Sydney, Australia 
A PELICAN SITS ATOP A LIGHT POLE AS A FULL MOON RISES BEHIND IN SYDNEY. 
An Australian Pelican sits atop a street-light at dusk as a full moon
rises behind at Sydney's Long Reef beach June 24, 2002. A small group
of pelicans sit atop the lights to have a good view of the sea for
observing schools of fish. REUTERS/David Gray

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AUSTRALIA
RTRQS4H 
August 13, 1999 
Taronga Zoo Keeper Elizabeth Hall (L) holds a native Australian Pelican as assistant Marianne Lang inspects... 
Sydney, Australia 
TARONGA ZOO KEEPERS INSPECT AUSTRALIAN PELICAN'S WING IN SYDNEY. 
Taronga Zoo Keeper Elizabeth Hall (L) holds a native Australian Pelican as assistant Marianne Lang inspects it's injured left-wing in Sydney August 13. The zoo's native rehabilitation centre treats more than ten such pelicans a year for injuries sustained from becoming entangled in rubbish present in the many waterways around the city region.

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