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GAMING-E3/
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June 12, 2019
A person is dressed as video game character Crash Bandicoot during E3, the annual video games expo revealing...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Attendees at E3, the annual video games expo revealing the latest in gaming software and hardware in...
A person is dressed as video game character Crash Bandicoot during E3, the annual video games expo revealing the latest in gaming software and hardware in Los Angeles, California, U.S., June 12, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Blake
THAILAND/RATS
RTR1VO5M
November 05, 2007
Villagers boil rats in Suphan Buri province, 120 km (75 miles) north of Bangkok, November 1, 2007. Once...
Bangkok, Thailand
Villagers boil rats in Suphan Buri province
Villagers boil rats in Suphan Buri province, 120 km (75 miles) north of Bangkok, November 1, 2007. Once struggling to make ends meet in pest-infested villages, Thai rice farmers are now making money out of the very scourge that has gnawed at their finances -- rats. Thailand is the world's biggest rice exporter and roasted bandicoot rat has become a popular delicacy at roadside stalls despite costing twice as much as pork or chicken. Picture taken November 1, 2007. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND)
THAILAND/RATS
RTR1VO5I
November 05, 2007
A villager places a trap in a rice field in Suphan Buri province, 120 km (75 miles) north of Bangkok,...
Bangkok, Thailand
A villager places a trap in a rice field in Suphan Buri province
A villager places a trap in a rice field in Suphan Buri province, 120 km (75 miles) north of Bangkok, November 1, 2007. Once struggling to make ends meet in pest-infested villages, Thai rice farmers are now making money out of the very scourge that has gnawed at their finances -- rats. Thailand is the world's biggest rice exporter and roasted bandicoot rat has become a popular delicacy at roadside stalls despite costing twice as much as pork or chicken. Picture taken November 1, 2007. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND)
THAILAND/RATS
RTR1VO5H
November 05, 2007
Villagers with cages on motorcycles travel to a rice field to catch rats in Suphan Buri province, 120...
Bangkok, Thailand
Villagers with cages on motorcycles travel to a rice field to catch rats in Suphan Buri province
Villagers with cages on motorcycles travel to a rice field to catch rats in Suphan Buri province, 120 km (75 miles) north of Bangkok, November 1, 2007. Once struggling to make ends meet in pest-infested villages, Thai rice farmers are now making money out of the very scourge that has gnawed at their finances -- rats. Thailand is the world's biggest rice exporter and roasted bandicoot rat has become a popular delicacy at roadside stalls despite costing twice as much as pork or chicken. Picture taken November 1, 2007. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND)
THAILAND/RATS
RTR1VO5G
November 05, 2007
A woman selects grilled rats in Suphan Buri province, 120 km (75 miles) north of Bangkok, November 1,...
Bangkok, Thailand
A woman selects grilled rats in Suphan Buri province
A woman selects grilled rats in Suphan Buri province, 120 km (75 miles) north of Bangkok, November 1, 2007. Once struggling to make ends meet in pest-infested villages, Thai rice farmers are now making money out of the very scourge that has gnawed at their finances -- rats. Thailand is the world's biggest rice exporter and roasted bandicoot rat has become a popular delicacy at roadside stalls despite costing twice as much as pork or chicken. Picture taken November 1, 2007. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND)
THAILAND/RATS
RTR1VO5E
November 05, 2007
Grilled rats are displayed for sale in Suphan Buri province, 120 km (75 miles) north of Bangkok, November...
Bangkok, Thailand
Grilled rats are displayed for sale in Suphan Buri province
Grilled rats are displayed for sale in Suphan Buri province, 120 km (75 miles) north of Bangkok, November 2, 2007. Once struggling to make ends meet in pest-infested villages, Thai rice farmers are now making money out of the very scourge that has gnawed at their finances -- rats. Thailand is the world's biggest rice exporter and roasted bandicoot rat has become a popular delicacy at roadside stalls despite costing twice as much as pork or chicken. Picture taken November 2, 2007. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND)
BANDICOOTS
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December 06, 2004
A two-month old long-nosed bandicoot, weighing around one gram, is fed milk by Sydney's Taronga Zoo keeper...
Sydney, Australia
A two-month old long-nosed bandicoot, weighing around one gram, is fed milk by Sydney's Taronga Zoo .....
A two-month old long-nosed bandicoot, weighing around one gram, is fed milk by Sydney's Taronga Zoo keeper Tony Britt-Lewis during feeding time December 6, 2004. The endangered Australian marsupial is being taken home by Britt-Lewis due to it requiring 24-hour care, after it was brought to the zoo's wildlife clinic when its mother was killed by a car.
BANDICOOTS
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December 06, 2004
A two-month old long-nosed bandicoot, weighing around one gram, is fed a witchetty grub by Sydney's Taronga...
Sydney, Australia
A two-month old long-nosed bandicoot, weighing around one gram, is fed a witchetty grub by Sydney's .....
A two-month old long-nosed bandicoot, weighing around one gram, is fed a witchetty grub by Sydney's Taronga Zoo keeper Tony Britt-Lewis during feeding time December 6, 2004. The endangered Australian marsupial is being taken home by Britt-Lewis as it requires 24-hour care, after it was brought to the zoo's wildlife clinic when its mother was killed by a car.
AUSTRALIA
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December 06, 2004
A two-month old long-nosed bandicoot is fed a witchetty grub by Sydney's Taronga Zoo keeper Tony Britt-Lewis....
Sydney, Australia
A two-month old long-nosed bandicoot is fed a witchetty grub by Sydney's Taronga Zoo keeper Tony ...
A two-month old long-nosed bandicoot is fed a witchetty grub by Sydney's Taronga Zoo keeper Tony Britt-Lewis. A two-month old long-nosed bandicoot, weighing around one gram, is fed a witchetty grub by Sydney's Taronga Zoo keeper Tony Britt-Lewis during feeding time December 6, 2004. The endangered Australian marsupial is being taken home by Britt-Lewis as it requires 24-hour care, after it was brought to the zoo's wildlife clinic when its mother was killed by a car. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA
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December 06, 2004
A two-month old long-nosed bandicoot is fed milk by Sydney's Taronga Zoo keeper Tony Britt-Lewis during...
Sydney, Australia
A two-month old long-nosed bandicoot is fed milk by Sydney's Taronga Zoo keeper Tony Britt-Lewis ...
A two-month old long-nosed bandicoot is fed milk by Sydney's Taronga Zoo keeper Tony Britt-Lewis during feeding time. A two-month old long-nosed bandicoot, weighing around one gram, is fed milk by Sydney's Taronga Zoo keeper Tony Britt-Lewis during feeding time December 6, 2004. The endangered Australian marsupial is being taken home by Britt-Lewis due to it requiring 24-hour care, after it was brought to the zoo's wildlife clinic when its mother was killed by a car. REUTERS/David Gray
BANDICOOTS
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March 27, 2001
A native Australian Long-nosed Bandicoot is held by its keeper [Paul Bates] as it is moved from a display...
Sydney, Australia
A native Australian Long-nosed Bandicoot is held by its keeper [Paul Bates] as it is moved from a di.....
A native Australian Long-nosed Bandicoot is held by its keeper [Paul Bates] as it is moved from a display case to a more private cage after a medical check-up at Sydney's Taronga Zoo March 27, 2001. Many of these marsupials can be found in the backyards of Sydney homes, evidenced by deep burrows they dig to sleep during the day and forage for food at night. This orphaned baby bandicoot was saved from an attack by a domestic pet, which have reduced the number of these shy animals to endangered levels.
AUSTRALIA
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March 27, 2001
A native Australian Long-nosed Bandicoot is held by its keeper Paul Bates as it is moved from a display...
Sydney, Australia
AN AUSTRALIAN LONG NOSED BANDICOOT IS HELD BY ITS KEEPER AT TARONGA ZOO IN SYDNEY.
A native Australian Long-nosed Bandicoot is held by its keeper Paul Bates as it is moved from a display case to a more private cage after a medical check-up at Sydney's Taronga Zoo March 27, 2001. Many of these marsupials can be found in the backyards of Sydney homes, evidenced by deep burrows they dig to sleep during the day and forage for food at night. This orphaned baby bandicoot was saved from an attack by a domestic pet, which have reduced the number of these shy animals to endangered levels.

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BANDICOOTS
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February 12, 1998
A pair of young long-nosed native Australian Bandicoots are held by their keeper at Sydney's Taronga...
A pair of young long-nosed native Australian Bandicoots are held by their keeper at Sydney's Taronga.....
A pair of young long-nosed native Australian Bandicoots are held by their keeper at Sydney's Taronga Zoo Febuary 12. The 50-day-old babies were handed into the zoo by a local resident after they were found abandoned on the foreshores of Sydney Harbour. Their mother was found dead nearby, prompting a battle between developers and conservationists regarding a proposed housing development of the animals habitat.
RTRBDQP
February 12, 1998
A pair of young long-nosed native Australian Bandicoots are held by their keeper at Sydney's Taronga...
Australia
NATIVE AUSTRALIAN BABY BANDICOOTS AT SYDNEY'S TARONGA ZOO
A pair of young long-nosed native Australian Bandicoots are held by their keeper at Sydney's Taronga Zoo Febuary 12. The 50-day-old babies were handed into the zoo by a local resident after they were found abandoned on the foreshores of Sydney Harbour. Their mother was found dead nearby, prompting a battle between developers and conservationists regarding a proposed housing development of the animals habitat.

AUSTRALIA
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