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UK-APPLE-TAX-PARADISE-PAPERS
RTS1J0A7 
November 08, 2017 
Sea birds take to the air during sunrise in Gorey, Jersey, Britain November 8, 2017. REUTERS/Darren Staples... 
GOREY, Jersey 
Sea birds take to the air during sunrise in Gorey 
Sea birds take to the air during sunrise in Gorey, Jersey, Britain November 8, 2017. REUTERS/Darren Staples 
UK-APPLE-TAX-PARADISE-PAPERS
RTS1J0A5 
November 08, 2017 
Sea birds take to the air during sunrise in Gorey, Jersey, Britain November 8, 2017. REUTERS/Darren Staples... 
GOREY, Jersey 
Sea birds take to the air during sunrise in Gorey 
Sea birds take to the air during sunrise in Gorey, Jersey, Britain November 8, 2017. REUTERS/Darren Staples 
MANDELA/
RTX16GAA 
December 13, 2013 
An insect climbs a "Mandela's Gold" (Strelitzia Reginae) Bird of Paradise flower in the Kirstenbosch... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
An insect climbs a "Mandela's Gold" (Strelitzia Reginae) Bird of Paradise flower in the Kirstenbosch... 
An insect climbs a "Mandela's Gold" (Strelitzia Reginae) Bird of Paradise flower in the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens in Cape Town December 12, 2013. The yellow flowering variety of the Strelitzia Reginae was named after former South African President Nelson Mandela, according to the South African National Biodiversity Institute. Picture taken December 12, 2013. REUTERS/Mark Wessels (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY SOCIETY ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT) 
JAPAN/
RTR3AXCQ 
November 27, 2012 
Penguins clad in Christmas-themed outfits walk during an event at Hakkeijima Sea Paradise in Yokohama,... 
Yokohama, Japan 
Penguins clad in Christmas-themed outfits walk during an event at Hakkeijima Sea Paradise in Yokohama... 
Penguins clad in Christmas-themed outfits walk during an event at Hakkeijima Sea Paradise in Yokohama, south of Tokyo November 27, 2012. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
INDIA-FLOWERS/
RTR2MNFH 
May 20, 2011 
Flower grower Rahul Pawar picks bird of paradise in a field during a tour of his property in Satara district,... 
Satara, India 
To match Reuters Life! INDIA-FLOWERS/ 
Flower grower Rahul Pawar picks bird of paradise in a field during a tour of his property in Satara district, about 285km (177 miles) south of Mumbai May 10, 2011. A decade ago, Pawar made an unusual and risky choice -- to grow flowers in the centre of India's biggest sugar-producing state, and now he's reaping the rewards of his 1.1 million rupee ($24,409) investment as increasingly affluent Indians want his bright blooms for their weddings and festivals. The amount of land dedicated to flower production in India jumped 55 percent to 183,000 hectares in the five years to 2009/10, according to the National Horticulture Board. Picture taken May 10, 2011. To match Reuters Life! INDIA-FLOWERS/ REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY AGRICULTURE IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
INDIA-FLOWERS/
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May 20, 2011 
Flower grower Rahul Pawar shows a bird of paradise growing in a field during a tour of his property in... 
Satara, India 
To match Reuters Life! INDIA-FLOWERS/ 
Flower grower Rahul Pawar shows a bird of paradise growing in a field during a tour of his property in Satara district, about 285km (177 miles) south of Mumbai May 10, 2011. A decade ago, Pawar made an unusual and risky choice -- to grow flowers in the centre of India's biggest sugar-producing state, and now he's reaping the rewards of his 1.1 million rupee ($24,409) investment as increasingly affluent Indians want his bright blooms for their weddings and festivals. The amount of land dedicated to flower production in India jumped 55 percent to 183,000 hectares in the five years to 2009/10, according to the National Horticulture Board. Picture taken May 10, 2011. To match Reuters Life! INDIA-FLOWERS/ REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY AGRICULTURE ODDLY) 
PALESTINIANS
RTR2H2JL 
August 05, 2010 
A Palestinian boy attends a concert by Birds of Paradise group during an Islamic song festival in Gaza... 
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories 
A Palestinian boy attends a concert by Birds of Paradise group during an Islamic song festival in Gaza... 
A Palestinian boy attends a concert by Birds of Paradise group during an Islamic song festival in Gaza City August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
PALESTINIANS
RTR2H2JI 
August 05, 2010 
Members of the Birds of Paradise sing during an Islamic song festival in Gaza City August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Mohammed... 
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories 
Members of the Birds of Paradise sing during an Islamic song festival in Gaza City 
Members of the Birds of Paradise sing during an Islamic song festival in Gaza City August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
PALESTINIANS
RTR2H2IT 
August 05, 2010 
Palestinians attend a concert by the Birds of Paradise group during an Islamic song festival in Gaza... 
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinians attend a concert by the Birds of Paradise group during an Islamic song festival in Gaza... 
Palestinians attend a concert by the Birds of Paradise group during an Islamic song festival in Gaza City August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
PALESTINIANS/
RTR2H2IK 
August 05, 2010 
Senior Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh (C) waves a Palestinian flag as members of the Birds of Paradise sing... 
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories 
Senior Hamas leader Haniyeh waves a Palestinian flag as members of the Birds of Paradise sing during... 
Senior Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh (C) waves a Palestinian flag as members of the Birds of Paradise sing during an Islamic song festival in Gaza City August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
JAPAN
RTR2E4HV 
May 20, 2010 
An African penguin stands near a miniature soccer goal and ball during an event at Hakkeijima Sea Paradise... 
Yokohama, Japan 
An African penguin stands near a miniature soccer goal and ball during an event at Hakkeijima Sea Paradise... 
An African penguin stands near a miniature soccer goal and ball during an event at Hakkeijima Sea Paradise aquarium in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, May 20, 2010. The special event started on Thursday ahead of the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: ANIMALS SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
JAPAN
RTR2E4HK 
May 20, 2010 
African penguins stand near a miniature soccer goal and ball during an event at Hakkeijima Sea Paradise... 
Yokohama, Japan 
African penguins stand near a miniature soccer goal and ball during an event at Hakkeijima Sea Paradise... 
African penguins stand near a miniature soccer goal and ball during an event at Hakkeijima Sea Paradise aquarium in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, May 20, 2010. The special event started on Thursday ahead of the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: ANIMALS SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP) 
BRITAIN-ZUMA/
RTR2B6DB 
March 03, 2010 
South African "Bird of Paradise" flowers are pictured during a ceremonial welcome for South Africa's... 
London, United Kingdom 
South African "Bird of Paradise" flowers are pictured during a ceremonial welcome for South Africa's... 
South African "Bird of Paradise" flowers are pictured during a ceremonial welcome for South Africa's President Jacob Zuma (not pictured) on Horse Guards Parade in London March 3, 2010. Zuma on Tuesday arrived in Britain where he is expected to reassure investors worried that South African mines could be nationalised and plead for sanctions on Zimbabwe to be lifted. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS) 
OCEANS-RISING/REALESTATE
RTR27DPK 
September 03, 2009 
Multi-million dollar properties are seen close to a wall construction site at south Coogee beach in Sydney... 
Sydney, Australia 
To match feature OCEANS-RISING/REALESTATE 
Multi-million dollar properties are seen close to a wall construction site at south Coogee beach in Sydney August 12, 2009. Around the world, owners of prized seaside properties face the prospect of not just losing their homes but receiving no compensation as insurance policies may not cover climate change losses in the future. Sea levels are widely expected to rise about one metre (3.3 feet) this century due to climate change, faster than the 18-59 cms (7-23 inches) outlined in a United Nations Climate Panel report in 2007. And coastal communities around the world are already feeling the destructive effects of more frequent and violent ocean storms -- a portent of rising seas. "If you live in paradise you accept what the ocean gives and takes. We're not worried," Lesley McGrath told Reuters. Picture taken August 12, 2009. To match feature OCEANS-RISING/REALESTATE REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
PERU-SURFING/
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August 21, 2009 
A surfer walks on a beach in the outskirts of Lima August 15, 2009. Even by many of its own inhabitants,... 
Lima, Peru 
To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/ 
A surfer walks on a beach in the outskirts of Lima August 15, 2009. Even by many of its own inhabitants, Lima is not known to be the most charming city in Peru, with its heavy smog and traffic, but just a stone's throw away is a surfer's paradise -- Waikiki. Miraflores, an upscale neighborhood south of Lima, boasts its own Waikiki beach, named by wealthy Peruvian sugarcane heir Carlos Dogny who came home from Hawaii in 1942 with a board given to him by surfing legend Duke Kahanamoku. Picture taken August 15, 2009. To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/ REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU SOCIETY SPORT) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR24H17 
June 09, 2009 
A penguin swims in front of an art installation inside its enclosure at Schoenbrunn zoo in Vienna June... 
Vienna, Austria 
A penguin swims in front of an art installation inside its enclosure at Schoenbrunn zoo in Vienna 
A penguin swims in front of an art installation inside its enclosure at Schoenbrunn zoo in Vienna June 9, 2009. The Exhibition "Trouble in Paradise" shows man made contaminants in animal environment to make visitors think about environmental pollution. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS ENTERTAINMENT) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR24H13 
June 09, 2009 
Penguins swim in front of an art installation inside its enclosure at Schoenbrunn zoo in Vienna June... 
Vienna, Austria 
Penguins swim in front of an art installation inside its enclosure at Schoenbrunn zoo in Vienna 
Penguins swim in front of an art installation inside its enclosure at Schoenbrunn zoo in Vienna June 9, 2009. The Exhibition "Trouble in Paradise" shows man made contaminants in animal environment to make visitors think about environmental pollution. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS ENTERTAINMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
HUMMINGBIRD/
RTR1UB8U 
September 27, 2007 
An Anna?s Hummingbird (Calypte anna) rests on a birds of paradise plant along a canyon in Encinitas,... 
Encinitas, UNITED STATES 
An Anna?s Hummingbird (Calypte anna) rests on a birds of paradise plant along a canyon in Encinitas 
An Anna?s Hummingbird (Calypte anna) rests on a birds of paradise plant along a canyon in Encinitas, California in September 10, 2007. The increased planting of ornamental and flowering plants in California has allowed the humming bird to expand it's population and range in North America. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES) 
HUMMINGBIRD/
RTR1UB7N 
September 27, 2007 
Two Anna's Hummingbird (Calypte anna) feed on a birds of paradise plant along a canyon in Encinitas,... 
Encinitas, UNITED STATES 
Two Anna's Hummingbird (Calypte anna) feed on a birds of paradise plant along a canyon in Encinitas 
Two Anna's Hummingbird (Calypte anna) feed on a birds of paradise plant along a canyon in Encinitas, California in September 4, 2007. The increased planting of ornamental and flowering plants in California has allowed the humming bird to expand its population and range in North America. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES) 
TRAVEL-CAPEMAY/
RTR1R2ZN 
June 24, 2007 
The Cape May, New Jersey lighthouse towers above the bird watching grounds of the state's southern peninsula,... 
CAPE MAY, UNITED STATES 
To match TRAVEL-CAPEMAY/ 
The Cape May, New Jersey lighthouse towers above the bird watching grounds of the state's southern peninsula, a stopover paradise for hundreds of species of migratory birds, in this undated file photo. Got 48 hours to explore Cape May, one of the first U.S. beach resorts? Vibrantly painted Victorian houses and rare wildlife abound in this tiny ocean town on the southern tip of New Jersey. To match TRAVEL-CAPEMAY/ REUTERS/Timothy Gardner (UNITED STATES) 
TURKEY BIRD FLU
RTR19IC4 
October 15, 2005 
An eagle rests on the top of a tree near the Manyas "Bird Eden", a few miles from the quarantined town... 
Balikesir, Turkey 
Eagle rests on a tree few miles outside the quarantined town of Kiziksa 
An eagle rests on the top of a tree near the Manyas "Bird Eden", a few miles from the quarantined town of Kiziksa in the northwestern Turkish province of Balikesir, October 15, 2005. Manyas Bird sanctuary, dubbed as "Bird Paradise", is a stopover point for migrating birds. Turkish authorities believe the poultry contracted the disease from migratory birds that pass through the Manyas Bird Sanctuary outside of Kiziksa on their way to Africa from the Ural mountains in Russia. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas 
LIFE FASHION
RTRHKFM 
March 13, 2005 
People view a dress by French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent of rooster and bird of paradise feathers... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Part of Wild Fashion Untamed exhibit to open at Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. 
People view a dress by French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent of rooster and bird of paradise feathers over a beige silk organdy from 1969-70 as it stands among a display as part of the "Wild:Fashion Untamed" exhibition, opening at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute on December 7, 2004, in this picture taken December 6, 2004. The exhibit, of more than 100 costumes and accessories which looks at animalism and concepts of femininity, sexual fetishes, seduction, excess, coquetry and class standing as expressed through clothing, runs through March 13, 2005. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS/HB 
LIFE FASHION
RTRHKCM 
March 13, 2005 
A dress by French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent of rooster and bird of paradise feathers over a... 
New York, USA 
Part of Wild Fashion Untamed exhibit to open at Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. 
A dress by French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent of rooster and bird of paradise feathers over a beige silk organdy from 1969-70 stands on display as part of the "Wild:Fashion Untamed" exhibition, opening at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute on December 7, 2004, in this picture taken December 6, 2004. The exhibit, of more than 100 costumes and accessories which looks at animalism and concepts of femininity, sexual fetishes, seduction, excess, coquetry and class standing as expressed through clothing, runs through March 13, 2005. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS/HB 
INDIA
RTRFSD6 
November 15, 2004 
A bird flies in front of the marble dome of Humayun's Tomb in New Delhi November 15, 2004. Muslims across... 
India 
A bird flies in front of the marble dome of Humayun's Tomb in New Delhi. 
A bird flies in front of the marble dome of Humayun's Tomb in New Delhi November 15, 2004. Muslims across the world are celebrating the festival of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. Humayun's Tomb is believed to have been designed based on the description of Islamic paradise gardens and is known to have inspired the Taj Mahal and many later Mughal tombs. .REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/CN 
INDIA
RTRFSCO 
November 15, 2004 
A bird flies over the marble dome of Humayun's Tomb in New Delhi on November 15, 2004 as Muslims across... 
India 
A bird flies over the dome of Humayun's Tomb in New Delhi. 
A bird flies over the marble dome of Humayun's Tomb in New Delhi on November 15, 2004 as Muslims across the world are celebrating the festival of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. Humayun's tomb is believed to have been designed based on the description of Islamic paradise gardens, and is known to have inspired the Taj Mahal and many later Mughal tombs. . REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/SH 
GUANS
RTXMC4C 
December 22, 2003 
- PHOTO TAKEN 06NOV03 - Two white-winged guan's rest on perches in their cage in a protected area in... 
Lima, Peru 
- PHOTO TAKEN 06NOV03 - Two white-winged guan's rest on perches in their cage in a protected area in..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 06NOV03 - Two white-winged guan's rest on perches in their cage in a protected area in Olmos, northern Peru, November 6, 2003. A quarter of century ago, Peru's white-winged guan, a species native only to this Andean bird paradise, was considered as dead as a dodo. [Discovered in 1877 by a Polish ornithologist, the birds were believed extinct for 100 years until their rediscovery in 1977 by Gustavo del Solar, a hunter-turned-conservationist who founded a special breeding project to reintroduce it to the wild.] 
GUANS
RTXMC4B 
December 22, 2003 
- PHOTO TAKEN 06NOV03 - A worker gives food to a pair of white-winged guans in a cage in a protected... 
Lima, Peru 
- PHOTO TAKEN 06NOV03 - A worker gives food to a pair of white-winged guans in a cage in a protected..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 06NOV03 - A worker gives food to a pair of white-winged guans in a cage in a protected area in Olmos, northern Peru, November 6, 2003. A quarter of century ago, Peru's white-winged guan, a species native only to this Andean bird paradise, was considered as dead as a dodo. [Discovered in 1877 by a Polish ornithologist, it was believed extinct for 100 years until its rediscovery in 1977 by Gustavo del Solar, a hunter-turned-conservationist who founded a special breeding project to reintroduce it to the wild.] 
GUANS
RTXMC4A 
December 22, 2003 
- PHOTO TAKEN 06NOV03 - A Peru's white-winged guan flies in a cage in a protected area in Olmos, northern... 
Lima, Peru 
- PHOTO TAKEN 06NOV03 - A Peru's white-winged guan flies in a cage in a protected area in Olmos, nor..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 06NOV03 - A Peru's white-winged guan flies in a cage in a protected area in Olmos, northern Peru, November 6, 2003. A quarter of century ago, Peru's white-winged guan, a species native only to this Andean bird paradise, was considered as dead as a dodo. [Discovered in 1877 by a Polish ornithologist, it was believed extinct for 100 years until its rediscovery in 1977 by Gustavo del Solar, a hunter-turned-conservationist who founded a special breeding project to reintroduce it to the wild.] 
PERU FEATURE
RTR95ED 
November 06, 2003 
Two white-winged guan's rest on perches in their cage in a protected area in Olmos, northern Peru, November... 
Lima, Peru - Republic of 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY ENVIRONMENT PERU GUAN. 
Two white-winged guan's rest on perches in their cage in a protected area in Olmos, northern Peru, November 6, 2003. A quarter of century ago, Peru's white-winged guan, a species native only to this Andean bird paradise, was considered as dead as a dodo. Discovered in 1877 by a Polish ornithologist, the birds were believed extinct for 100 years until their rediscovery in 1977 by Gustavo del Solar, a hunter-turned-conservationist who founded a special breeding project to reintroduce it to the wild. PICTURE TAKEN NOVEMBER 6 2003. FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC ENVIRONMENT PERU GUAN REUTERS/Mariana Bazo MB/GAC 
PERU FEATURE
RTR95DU 
November 06, 2003 
A worker gives food to a pair of white-winged guans in a cage in a protected area in Olmos, northern... 
Lima, Peru - Republic of 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY ENVIRONMENT PERU GUAN. 
A worker gives food to a pair of white-winged guans in a cage in a protected area in Olmos, northern Peru, November 6, 2003. A quarter of century ago, Peru's white-winged guan, a species native only to this Andean bird paradise, was considered as dead as a dodo. Discovered in 1877 by a Polish ornithologist, it was believed extinct for 100 years until its rediscovery in 1977 by Gustavo del Solar, a hunter-turned-conservationist who founded a special breeding project to reintroduce it to the wild. PICTURE TAKEN NOVEMBER 6 2003. FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC ENVIRONMENT PERU GUAN REUTERS/Mariana Bazo MB/GAC 
PERU FEATURE
RTR95DF 
November 06, 2003 
A Peru's white-winged guan flies in a cage in a protected area in Olmos, northern Peru, November 6, 2003.... 
Lima, Peru - Republic of 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY ENVIRONMENT PERU GUAN. 
A Peru's white-winged guan flies in a cage in a protected area in Olmos, northern Peru, November 6, 2003. A quarter of century ago, Peru's white-winged guan, a species native only to this Andean bird paradise, was considered as dead as a dodo. Discovered in 1877 by a Polish ornithologist, it was believed extinct for 100 years until its rediscovery in 1977 by Gustavo del Solar, a hunter-turned-conservationist who founded a special breeding project to reintroduce it to the wild. PICTURE TAKEN NOVEMBER 6 2003. FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC ENVIRONMENT PERU GUAN. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo MB/GAC 
BIRDS OF PARADISE
RTXM6SH 
September 03, 2003 
- PHOTO TAKEN 27AUG03 - A bird of paradise (paradise minor), one of the most well-known and famous species... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
- PHOTO TAKEN 27AUG03 - A bird of paradise (paradise minor), one of the most well-known and famous s..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 27AUG03 - A bird of paradise (paradise minor), one of the most well-known and famous species in Indonesia's remote Papua province, perches in an aviary August 27, 2003 built by[ Dr John Manangsang], who cares for birds shot and injured by poachers. [Manangsang wants to set up a bird sanctuary in a nature reserve not far from his home to help the birds, among a number of protected species being threatened by illegal smuggling.] Papua is home to some of the rarest tropical bird species in the world. Picture taken August 27, 2003. 
BIRDS OF PARADISE
RTXM6SG 
September 03, 2003 
- PHOTO TAKEN 27AUG03 - A Paradise bird (paradise minor), one of the most well-known and famous species... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
- PHOTO TAKEN 27AUG03 - A Paradise bird (paradise minor), one of the most well-known and famous spec..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 27AUG03 - A Paradise bird (paradise minor), one of the most well-known and famous species in Indonesia's remote Papua province, eats a grasshopper August 27, 2003 at an aviary built by [Dr John Manangsang], who cares for birds shot and injured by poachers. [Manangsang wants to set up a bird sanctuary in a nature reserve not far from his home to help the birds, among a number of protected species being threatened by illegal smuggling.] Papua is home to some of the rarest tropical bird species in the world. Picture taken August 27, 2003. 
BIRDS OF PARADISE
RTXM6SE 
September 03, 2003 
- PHOTO TAKEN 27AUG03 - Two birds of paradise (paradise minor), one of the most well-known and famous... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
- PHOTO TAKEN 27AUG03 - Two birds of paradise (paradise minor), one of the most well-known and famou..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 27AUG03 - Two birds of paradise (paradise minor), one of the most well-known and famous species in Indonesia's remote Papua province, get friendly August 27, 2003 at an aviary built by [Dr John Manangsang], who cares for birds shot and injured by poachers. [Manangsang wants to set up a bird sanctuary in a nature reserve not far from his home to help the birds, among a number of protected species being threatened by illegal smuggling. Papua is home to some of the rarest tropical bird species in the world. Picture taken August 27, 2003.] 
ENVIRONMENT PARK INDONESIA
RTR2GRE 
August 27, 2003 
A bird of paradise (paradise minor), one of the most well-known and famous
species in Indonesia's remote... 
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of 
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE ENVIRONMENT PARK INDONESIA. 
A bird of paradise (paradise minor), one of the most well-known and famous
species in Indonesia's remote Papua province, perches in an aviary August
27, 2003 built by Dr John Manangsang, who cares for birds shot and injured
by poachers. Manangsang wants to set up a bird sanctuary in a nature reserve
not far from his home to help the birds, among a number of protected species
being threatened by illegal smuggling. Papua is home to some of the rarest
tropical bird species in the world. Picture taken August 27, 2003. TO
ACCOMPANY FEATURE ENVIRONMENT PARK INDONESIA
REUTERS/Beawiharta

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ENVIRONMENT PARK INDONESIA
RTR2GR9 
August 27, 2003 
A Paradise bird (paradise minor), one of the most well-known and famous
species in Indonesia's remote... 
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of 
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE ENVIRONMENT PARK INDONESIA. 
A Paradise bird (paradise minor), one of the most well-known and famous
species in Indonesia's remote Papua province, eats a grasshopper August
27, 2003 at an aviary built by Dr John Manangsang, who cares for birds
shot and injured by poachers. Manangsang wants to set up a bird
sanctuary in a nature reserve not far from his home to help the birds,
among a number of protected species being threatened by illegal
smuggling. Papua is home to some of the rarest tropical bird species in
the world. Picture taken August 27, 2003. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE
ENVIRONMENT PARK INDONESIA REUTERS/Beawiharta

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ENVIRONMENT PARK INDONESIA
RTR2GQZ 
August 27, 2003 
Two birds of paradise (paradise minor), one of the most well-known and
famous species in Indonesia's... 
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of 
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE ENVIRONMENT PARK INDONESIA. 
Two birds of paradise (paradise minor), one of the most well-known and
famous species in Indonesia's remote Papua province, get friendly August 27,
2003 at an aviary built by Dr John Manangsang, who cares for birds shot and
injured by poachers. Manangsang wants to set up a bird sanctuary in a nature
reserve not far from his home to help the birds, among a number of protected
species being threatened by illegal smuggling. Papua is home to some of the
rarest tropical bird species in the world. Picture taken August 27, 2003. TO
ACCOMPANY FEATURE ENVIRONMENT PARK INDONESIA
REUTERS/Beawiharta

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BELGIUM PARADISIO
RTRP8V7 
June 12, 2003 
An albino blue peafowl walks through the gardens at the birds of prey and
animal park Parc Paradisio,... 
Cambron-Casteau, Belgium - Kingdom of 
TO MATCH WITH FEATURE STORY BIRD PARADISE PARK. 
An albino blue peafowl walks through the gardens at the birds of prey and
animal park Parc Paradisio, in Cambron-Casteau, southern Belgium, June 12,
2003. The 55-hectare park, set in the ruins of an abbey which once belonged
to one of Napoleon's generals, is home to more than 300 species of different
birds and animals, some of which are endangered.
REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR/jm 
BELGIUM PARADISIO
RTRP8V0 
June 12, 2003 
A couple watches a group of sealions swimming in a carved off cliff at
the birds of prey and animal... 
Cambron-Casteau, Belgium - Kingdom of 
TO MATCH WITH FEATURE STORY BIRD PARADISE PARK. 
A couple watches a group of sealions swimming in a carved off cliff at
the birds of prey and animal park Parc Paradisio, in Cambron-Casteau,
southern Belgium, June 12, 2003. The 55-hectare park, set in the ruins
of an abbey which once belonged to one of Napoleon's generals, is home
to more than 300 species of different birds and animals, some of which
are endangered. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR/jm 
JESSICA
RTXK9GY 
January 28, 2001 
Conservationists from the International Fund for Animal Welfare wash a pelican affected by the oil spilled... 
San Cristobal, Ecuador 
Conservationists from the International Fund for Animal Welfare wash a pelican affected by the oil s..... 
Conservationists from the International Fund for Animal Welfare wash a pelican affected by the oil spilled when the tanker "Jessica" ran aground nearly two weeks earlier, on San Cristobal in the Galapagos Islands, January 28, 2001. Salvage teams have given up trying to move the stricken oil tanker that fouled Charles Darwin's Galapagos island paradise, and the clean-up effort is now focused on helping sea lions and birds worst affected by the spill. 
ENVIRONMENT GALAPAGOS SPILL
RTRDM9R 
January 28, 2001 
A sea lion passes an Ecuadoran Navy sailor on a street in San Cristobal in the Galapagos Islands, January... 
San Cristobal, Ecuador 
SEA LION MEETS ECUADORAN SAILOR ON GALAPAGOS ISLAND STREET. 
A sea lion passes an Ecuadoran Navy sailor on a street in San Cristobal in the Galapagos Islands, January 28, 2001. Salvage teams have given up trying to move the stricken oil tanker "Jessica" that fouled Charles Darwin's Galapagos island paradise, and the clean-up effort is now focused on helping sea lions and birds worst affected by the spill.

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ENVIRONMENT GALAPAGOS SPILL
RTRDM9L 
January 28, 2001 
A conservationist from the International Fund for Animal Welfare washes a pelican affected by the oil... 
San Cristobal, Ecuador 
CONSERVATIONIST WASHES PETROLEUM FROM A PELICAN. 
A conservationist from the International Fund for Animal Welfare washes a pelican affected by the oil spilled when the tanker "Jessica" ran aground nearly two weeks earlier, on San Cristobal in the Galapagos Islands, January 28, 2001. Salvage teams have given up trying to move the stricken oil tanker that fouled Charles Darwin's Galapagos island paradise, and the clean-up effort is now focused on helping sea lions and birds worst affected by the spill.

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ENVIRONMENT GALAPAGOS SPILL
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January 28, 2001 
Conservationists from the International Fund for Animal Welfare wash a pelican affected by the oil spilled... 
San Cristobal, Ecuador 
CONSERVATIONISTS WASH PETROLEUM FROM A PELICAN. 
Conservationists from the International Fund for Animal Welfare wash a pelican affected by the oil spilled when the tanker "Jessica" ran aground nearly two weeks earlier, on San Cristobal in the Galapagos Islands, January 28, 2001. Salvage teams have given up trying to move the stricken oil tanker that fouled Charles Darwin's Galapagos island paradise, and the clean-up effort is now focused on helping sea lions and birds worst affected by the spill.

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BIRD OF PARADISE
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November 05, 1998 
This ruby, sapphire and diamond Bird of Paradise brooch, displayed in Geneva November 4, was created... 
Geneva, Switzerland 
This ruby, sapphire and diamond Bird of Paradise brooch, displayed in Geneva November 4, was created..... 
This ruby, sapphire and diamond Bird of Paradise brooch, displayed in Geneva November 4, was created by Van Cleef & Arples in 1942 and will be auctioned by Sotheby's later this month. The Bird brooch is part of the Bird of Paradise Collection and is estimated at USD $95,000 - $120,000. 
JEWELS
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November 05, 1998 
This ruby, sapphire and diamond Bird of Paradise brooch, displayed in Geneva November 4, was created... 
Geneva, Switzerland 
RUBY, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BIRD BROOCH DISPLAEYD AT SOTHEBY'S. 
This ruby, sapphire and diamond Bird of Paradise brooch, displayed in Geneva November 4, was created by Van Cleef & Arples in 1942 and will be auctioned by Sotheby's later this month. The Bird brooch is part of the Bird of Paradise Collection and is estimated at USD $95,000 - $120,000.

PVY/CR/SB 
BRITAIN
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October 05, 1998 
Sotheby's jewelry expert Julia Richardson models the Bird of Paradise collection of diamond jewels at... 
Sotheby's jewelry expert Julia Richardson models the Bird of Paradise collection of diamond jewels a..... 
Sotheby's jewelry expert Julia Richardson models the Bird of Paradise collection of diamond jewels at Sothebys October 5. The collection, to be auctioned in Geneva on November 17, comprises 73 lots and is estimated to fetch around (US)$7 million. (1 pound/$1.69).
**DIGITAL IMAGE** 
BRITAIN
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October 05, 1998 
Sotheby's jewelry expert Julia Richardson models the Bird of Paradise collection of diamond jewels at... 
Sotheby's jewelry expert Julia Richardson models the Bird of Paradise collection of diamond jewels a..... 
Sotheby's jewelry expert Julia Richardson models the Bird of Paradise collection of diamond jewels at Sothebys October 5. The collection, to be auctioned in Geneva on November 17, comprises 73 lots and is estimated to fetch around (US)$7 million. (1 pound/$1.69).
**DIGITAL IMAGE** 
RTRI02A 
October 05, 1998 
Sotheby's jewellry expert Julia Richardson models the Bird of Paradise collection of diamond jewels at... 
United Kingdom 
THE BIRD OF PARADISE JEWELLRY COLLECTION AT SOTHEBYS. 
Sotheby's jewellry expert Julia Richardson models the Bird of Paradise collection of diamond jewels at Sothebys October 5. The collection, to be auctioned in Geneva on November 17, comprises 73 lots and is estimated to fetch around (US)$7 million. (1 pound/$1.

IW/KM 
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October 05, 1998 
Sotheby's jewellry expert Julia Richardson models the Bird of Paradise collection of diamond jewels at... 
United Kingdom 
THE BIRD OF PARADISE JEWELLRY COLLECTION AT SOTHEBYS. 
Sotheby's jewellry expert Julia Richardson models the Bird of Paradise collection of diamond jewels at Sothebys October 5. The collection, to be auctioned in Geneva on November 17, comprises some 73 lots and is estimated to fetch some 7 million dollars.

IW/SB 
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November 05, 1997 
Prince Charles accepts a Bird of Paradise plant, named "Mandela's Gold" in honour of the South African... 
South Africa 
PRINCE CHARLES WITH PLANT NAMED MANDELAS GOLD 
Prince Charles accepts a Bird of Paradise plant, named "Mandela's Gold" in honour of the South African President, during a visit to Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, November 5. Prince Charles is on a five day official visit to the country.

SAFRICA PRINCE 
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