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WILDLIFE-VULTURES/ISRAEL
RTS3C5BR
June 10, 2020
Animal bones are seen near an area, used as a feeding station, where carrion is left by conservationists...
SDE BOKER, Israel
Animal bones are seen near an area, used as a feeding station, where carrion is left by conservationists...
Animal bones are seen near an area, used as a feeding station, where carrion is left by conservationists as part of a national project to protect and increase the population of the griffon vulture, a protected bird in Israel, near Sde Boker in southern Israel October 29, 2019. Picture taken October 29, 2019. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INDONESIA-SUMBA
RTS3A7GO
June 02, 2020
On Indonesia's Sumba island, the motifs displayed on traditional textiles produced by its weavers often...
EAST SUMBA, Indonesia
The Wider Image: As crops fail, Indonesia's Sumba seeks lifeline in weaving, fishing
On Indonesia's Sumba island, the motifs displayed on traditional textiles produced by its weavers often depict animals, including the area's famed Sandalwood breed of horses. But in the village of Hamba Praing in East Sumba, scores of horses and cattle have died in recent years as extreme drought withered the grass, leaving behind bones and carcasses scattered over the scrubby landscape. East Sumba, about 2,000 km (1,200 miles) east of Jakarta, last year reportedly had 249 days in a row without rain, with some experts blaming climate change for more frequent drought-inducing weather patterns, forcing people to adapt to survive. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan SEARCH "EAST SUMBA FARMERS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Matching Text: CLIMATE-CHANGE/INDONESIA-SUMBA TEMPLATE OUT
ETHIOPIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX7A0YL
November 22, 2019
Motorist drive past an emaciated horse with a broken leg in Hawassa, Ethiopia, November 22, 2019. REUTERS/Tiksa...
HAWASSA, Ethiopia
Motorist drive past an emaciated horse with a broken leg in Hawassa
Motorist drive past an emaciated horse with a broken leg in Hawassa, Ethiopia, November 22, 2019. REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SVALBARD
RTS2P017
September 03, 2019
A pile of antlers are seen on a ski sled in the town of Longyearbyen in Svalbard, Norway, August 6, 2019....
Svalbard, Norway
The Wider Image: A climate-change frontier in the world's northernmost town
A pile of antlers are seen on a ski sled in the town of Longyearbyen in Svalbard, Norway, August 6, 2019. REUTERS/Hannah McKay SEARCH "SVALBARD CLIMATE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
BOTSWANA-POACHING/
RTS226ZP
September 20, 2018
The marked carcass of an elephant is seen, after reports that conservationists have discovered 87 of...
MABABE, Botswana
The marked carcass of an elephant is seen, after reports that conservationists have discovered 87 of...
The marked carcass of an elephant is seen, after reports that conservationists have discovered 87 of them slaughtered just in the last few months, in the Mababe area, Botswana, September 19, 2018. Picture taken September 19,2018. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
CHINA-CROSSBOW/
RTX5XHLW
April 24, 2018
Ox bones which are used to make the triggers of crossbows are seen at a workshop in Liuku township of...
NUJIANG, China
The Wider Image: China's Lisu aim to save crossbow culture
Ox bones which are used to make the triggers of crossbows are seen at a workshop in Liuku township of Nujiang Lisu Autonomous Prefecture in Yunnan province, China, March 27, 2018. REUTERS/Aly Song SEARCH "SONG CROSSBOW" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CLIMATECHANGE-ANTARCTICA/
RTS1OFLX
March 20, 2018
A whale's bones are seen on Danco Island, Antarctica, February 14, 2018. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini...
DANCO ISLAND, Antarctica
The Wider Image: Journey to Antarctica: seals, penguins and glacial beauty
A whale's bones are seen on Danco Island, Antarctica, February 14, 2018. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini SEARCH "ANTARCTICA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CLIMATECHANGE-ANTARCTICA/
RTS1OFLL
March 20, 2018
A penguin's carcass is seen on Danco Island, Antarctica, February 14, 2018. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini...
DANCO ISLAND, Antarctica
The Wider Image: Journey to Antarctica: seals, penguins and glacial beauty
A penguin's carcass is seen on Danco Island, Antarctica, February 14, 2018. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini SEARCH "ANTARCTICA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EGYPT-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX4YS6N
February 24, 2018
A deceased animal's skull inside the recently discovered burial site in Minya, Egypt February 24, 2018....
MINYA, Egypt
A deceased animal's skull inside the recently discovered burial site in Minya
A deceased animal's skull inside the recently discovered burial site in Minya, Egypt February 24, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
IVORYCOAST-SEIZED/IVORY
RTX4JZKR
January 25, 2018
An elephant tusks batch seized from traffickers by Ivorian wildlife agents is pictured in Abidjan, Ivory...
Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire
An elephant tusks batch seized from traffickers by Ivorian wildlife agents is pictured in Abidjan
An elephant tusks batch seized from traffickers by Ivorian wildlife agents is pictured in Abidjan, Ivory Coast January 25, 2018. REUTERS/Luc Gnago
AFRICA-HUNGER/SOMALIA
RTX34W2T
April 10, 2017
As the village wells dried up and her livestock died in the scorched scrubland of southern Somalia, Abdir...
DOLLOW, Somalia
The Wider Image: A daughter's freedom weighed against her siblings' lives
As the village wells dried up and her livestock died in the scorched scrubland of southern Somalia, Abdir Hussein had one last chance to save her family from starvation: the beauty of her 14-year-old daughter, Zeinab. Last year, an older man offered $1,000 for her dowry, enough to take her extended family to Dollow, a Somali town on the Ethiopian border where international aid agencies are handing out food and water to families fleeing a devastating drought. Zeinab refused. "I would rather die. It is better that I run into the bush and be eaten by lions," said the slender dark-eyed girl in a high, soft voice. "Then we will stay and starve to death and the animals will eat all of our bones," her mother shot back. The exchange, related to Reuters by the teenager and her mother, is typical of the choices facing Somali families after two years of poor rains. Crops withered and the white bones of livestock are scattered across the Horn of Africa nation. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZEINAB DOLLOW" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AFRICA-HUNGER/SOMALIA
RTX34W26
April 10, 2017
As the village wells dried up and her livestock died in the scorched scrubland of southern Somalia, Abdir...
DOLLOW, Somalia
The Wider Image: A daughter's freedom weighed against her siblings' lives
As the village wells dried up and her livestock died in the scorched scrubland of southern Somalia, Abdir Hussein had one last chance to save her family from starvation: the beauty of her 14-year-old daughter, Zeinab. Last year, an older man offered $1,000 for her dowry, enough to take her extended family to Dollow, a Somali town on the Ethiopian border where international aid agencies are handing out food and water to families fleeing a devastating drought. Zeinab refused. "I would rather die. It is better that I run into the bush and be eaten by lions," said the slender dark-eyed girl in a high, soft voice. "Then we will stay and starve to death and the animals will eat all of our bones," her mother shot back. The exchange, related to Reuters by the teenager and her mother, is typical of the choices facing Somali families after two years of poor rains. Crops withered and the white bones of livestock are scattered across the Horn of Africa nation. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZEINAB DOLLOW" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MEXICO-DISCOVERY/MAMMOTH
RTX30VSX
March 14, 2017
The remains of a mammoth (Mammuthus Columbi) are pictured in Tultepec, on the outskirts of Mexico City,...
Tultepec, Mexico
The remains of a mammoth are pictured in Tultepec
The remains of a mammoth (Mammuthus Columbi) are pictured in Tultepec, on the outskirts of Mexico City, March 13, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-DISCOVERY/MAMMOTH
RTX30VSK
March 14, 2017
The remains of a mammoth (Mammuthus Columbi) are pictured in Tultepec, on the outskirts of Mexico City,...
Tultepec, Mexico
Mammoth remains are pictured in Tultepec
The remains of a mammoth (Mammuthus Columbi) are pictured in Tultepec, on the outskirts of Mexico City, March 13, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-DISCOVERY/MAMMOTH
RTX30VSG
March 14, 2017
The remains of a mammoth (Mammuthus Columbi) are pictured in Tultepec, on the outskirts of Mexico City,...
Tultepec, Mexico
Mammoth remains are pictured in Tultepec
The remains of a mammoth (Mammuthus Columbi) are pictured in Tultepec, on the outskirts of Mexico City, March 13, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
VENEZUELA-RELIGION/
RTX2JSYX
July 05, 2016
A man removes bones from the head of a goat during a Santeria ceremony in Caracas, Venezuela November...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Spirituality, a mountain goddess and African traditions
A man removes bones from the head of a goat during a Santeria ceremony in Caracas, Venezuela November 7, 2015. REUTERS/Marco Bello SEARCH "SANTERIA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AFRICA-DROUGHT/ETHIOPIA
RTX24DML
January 28, 2016
A carcass of a dead cow is seen on an open ground in Farado Kebele, one of drought stricken Somali region...
SOMALI REGION, Ethiopia
A carcass of a dead cow is seen on an open ground in Farado Kebele one of drought stricken Somali region...
A carcass of a dead cow is seen on an open ground in Farado Kebele, one of drought stricken Somali region in Ethiopia, January 26, 2016. The drought relief effort in Ethiopia needs about $500 million to fund programmes beyond the end of April to support 10.2 million people facing critical food shortages this year, the U.N. World Food Programme said on Thursday. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri
AFRICA-DROUGHT/ETHIOPIA
RTX24DMG
January 28, 2016
A man walks near a carcass of a dead cow in Farado Kebele, one of drought stricken Somali region in Ethiopia,...
SOMALI REGION, Ethiopia
A man walks near a carcass of a dead cow in Farado Kebele, one of drought stricken Somali region in Ethiopia...
A man walks near a carcass of a dead cow in Farado Kebele, one of drought stricken Somali region in Ethiopia, January 26, 2016. The drought relief effort in Ethiopia needs about $500 million to fund programmes beyond the end of April to support 10.2 million people facing critical food shortages this year, the U.N. World Food Programme said on Thursday. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri
CLIMATECHANGE-ENVIRONMENT/CANADA
RTS41FB
October 12, 2015
Indigenous hunter Deneze Antoine shows off the moose he recently killed in Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories,...
FORT SIMPSON, Canada
Indigenous hunter Deneze Antoine shows off the moose he recently killed in Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories...
Indigenous hunter Deneze Antoine shows off the moose he recently killed in Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories, Canada October 1, 2015. The sprawling area in northern Canada has been hard-hit by climate change as water levels in major rivers are dropping, and animal populations are declining. Hunters from the Dene Nation in northern Canada are concerned that climate change is impacting the fish and animals they depend on for food. To match Thomson Reuters Foundation Feature CLIMATECHANGE-ENVIRONMENT/CANADA Picture taken October 1, 2015. REUTERS/Chris Arsenault/Thomson Reuters Foundation
MYANMAR-RELIGION/
RTX1SEQE
September 25, 2015
People remove meat from the bones of animals slaughtered for Eid al-Adha after they have been discarded...
Yangon, Myanmar
People remove meat from the bones of animals slaughtered for Eid al-Adha in Yangon
People remove meat from the bones of animals slaughtered for Eid al-Adha after they have been discarded at a garbage dump in Yangon, Myanmar, September 25, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-RELIGION/
RTX1SEN8
September 25, 2015
People remove meat from the bones of animals slaughtered for Eid al-Adha after they have been discarded...
Yangon, Myanmar
People remove meat from the bones of animals slaughtered for Eid al-Adha in Yangon
People remove meat from the bones of animals slaughtered for Eid al-Adha after they have been discarded at a garbage dump in Yangon, Myanmar, September 25, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-RELIGION/
RTX1SEN7
September 25, 2015
People remove meat from the bones of animals slaughtered for Eid al-Adha after they have been discarded...
Yangon, Myanmar
People remove meat from the bones of animals slaughtered for Eid al-Adha in Yangon
People remove meat from the bones of animals slaughtered for Eid al-Adha after they have been discarded at a garbage dump in Yangon, Myanmar, September 25, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-RELIGION/
RTX1SEN5
September 25, 2015
People remove meat from the bones of animals slaughtered for Eid al-Adha after they have been discarded...
Yangon, Myanmar
People remove meat from the bones of animals slaughtered for Eid al-Adha in Yangon
People remove meat from the bones of animals slaughtered for Eid al-Adha after they have been discarded at a garbage dump in Yangon, Myanmar, September 25, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-RELIGION/
RTX1SEMQ
September 25, 2015
People remove meat from the bones of animals slaughtered for Eid al-Adha after they have been discarded...
Yangon, Myanmar
People remove meat from the bones of animals slaughtered for Eid al-Adha at a garbage dump in Yangon
People remove meat from the bones of animals slaughtered for Eid al-Adha after they have been discarded at a garbage dump in Yangon, Myanmar, September 25, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDIA-AIRPORT/
RTX1OPO9
August 18, 2015
Bones of dead animals lie in a road outside the Jaisalmer Airport in desert state of Rajasthan, India,...
Jaisalmer, India
Bones of dead animals lie in a road outside the Jaisalmer Airport in desert state of Rajasthan
Bones of dead animals lie in a road outside the Jaisalmer Airport in desert state of Rajasthan, India, August 13, 2015. Two-and-a-half years after the completion of a new $17 million terminal building, the airport in Jaisalmer, a small and remote desert city in India's western Rajasthan state, stands empty. Not a single passenger has passed through the gates of an airport big enough to handle more than 300,000 travellers a year, with parking bays for three 180-seater narrow-body jets. India has spent more than $50 million since 2009 on eight airports that do not receive scheduled flights - white elephants that are a reminder of the pitfalls for Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he bets on an infrastructure drive to fuel growth. Picture taken August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1MFXC
July 30, 2015
A toucan that has a fractured leg receives electroacupuncture treatment at the veterinary hospital in...
Brasilia, Brazil
A toucan that has a fractured leg receives electroacupuncture treatment at the veterinary hospital in...
A toucan that has a fractured leg receives electroacupuncture treatment at the veterinary hospital in Brasilia Zoo, July 30, 2015. The zoo's veterinary hospital uses acupuncture and laser therapy to improve the health and well-being of animals with chronic diseases. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1MFXA
July 30, 2015
A toucan that has a fractured leg receives electroacupuncture treatment at the veterinary hospital in...
Brasilia, Brazil
A toucan that has a fractured leg receives electroacupuncture treatment at the veterinary hospital in...
A toucan that has a fractured leg receives electroacupuncture treatment at the veterinary hospital in Brasilia Zoo, July 30, 2015. The zoo's veterinary hospital uses acupuncture and laser therapy to improve the health and well-being of animals with chronic diseases. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1MFX8
July 30, 2015
A toucan that has a fractured leg receives electroacupuncture treatment at the veterinary hospital in...
Brasilia, Brazil
A toucan that has a fractured leg receives electroacupuncture treatment at the veterinary hospital in...
A toucan that has a fractured leg receives electroacupuncture treatment at the veterinary hospital in Brasilia Zoo, July 30, 2015. The zoo's veterinary hospital uses acupuncture and laser therapy to improve the health and well-being of animals with chronic diseases. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1MFX5
July 30, 2015
A toucan that has a fractured leg receives a shock wave treatment at the veterinary hospital in Brasilia...
Brasilia, Brazil
A toucan that has a fractured leg receives a shock wave treatment at the veterinary hospital in Brasilia...
A toucan that has a fractured leg receives a shock wave treatment at the veterinary hospital in Brasilia Zoo, July 30, 2015. The zoo's veterinary hospital uses acupuncture and laser therapy to improve the health and well-being of animals with chronic diseases. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1MFWX
July 30, 2015
A toucan that has a fractured leg receives electroacupuncture treatment at the veterinary hospital in...
Brasilia, Brazil
A toucan that has a fractured leg receives electroacupuncture treatment at the veterinary hospital in...
A toucan that has a fractured leg receives electroacupuncture treatment at the veterinary hospital in Brasilia Zoo, July 30, 2015. The zoo's veterinary hospital uses acupuncture and laser therapy to improve the health and well-being of animals with chronic diseases. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SPAIN-SANFERMIN/
RTX1K91A
July 13, 2015
An anti bullfighting protester with 'Fiestas without Animal Abuse' written on his chest is chased by...
Pamplona, Spain
An anti bullfighting protester with 'Fiestas without Animal Abuse' written on his chest is chased by...
An anti bullfighting protester with 'Fiestas without Animal Abuse' written on his chest is chased by assistants during a bullfight by Spanish matador Juan Jose Padilla at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, July 13, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent West TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MYANMAR-ECONOMY/RAKHINE
RTR4FQVO
November 26, 2014
A monkey skull, the bones and horns of mountain goats, python skin and other animal products and herbs...
Maungdaw, Myanmar
A monkey skull, the bones and horns of mountain goats, python skin and other animal products and herbs...
A monkey skull, the bones and horns of mountain goats, python skin and other animal products and herbs are seen on display at a shop which also treats illnesses using the animal parts, in a market in Maungdaw town in northern Rakhine State November 11, 2014. The market is one of the few places where the Rohingya Muslim and Rakhine Buddhist communities meet. For years, tens of thousands of Rohingya Muslim boat people have fled this remote corner of western Myanmar for nearby countries. Ethnic Rakhine Buddhists, bitter rivals of the Rohingya, are also leaving Rakhine State to seek jobs in Malaysia and Thailand. The exodus reflects a wider economic malaise. Myanmar's quasi-civilian government has launched many reforms since taking power in 2011, but hasn't created enough jobs. Picture taken November 11, 2014. To match MYANMAR-ECONOMY/RAKHINE REUTERS/Minzayar (MYANMAR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR45WJ7
September 11, 2014
The head of a mounted skeletal cast of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton...
Washington, UNITED STATES
The head of a mounted skeletal cast of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus during a news conference at the National...
The head of a mounted skeletal cast of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton African dinosaur that is the biggest dinosaur predator to ever walk the Earth is seen during a news conference at the National Geographic Society in Washington, September 11, 2014. Scientists announced on Thursday the discovery of the dinosaur's fossils in Moroccan desert cliffs. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR45WJ2
September 11, 2014
The scientists who have reconstructed the dinosaur "Spinosaurus aegyptiacus," a 50-foot (15-meter) long,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Scientists who have reconstructed the dinosaur "Spinosaurus aegyptiacus," stand in front of a mounted...
The scientists who have reconstructed the dinosaur "Spinosaurus aegyptiacus," a 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton African dinosaur that is the biggest dinosaur predator to ever walk the Earth, stand in front its mounted skeletal cast during a news conference at the National Geographic Society in Washington, September 11, 2014. Scientists announced on Thursday the discovery of the dinosaur's fossils in Moroccan desert cliffs. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
USA-CRIME/DINOSAUR
RTR3Y303
July 10, 2014
Fossilized dinosaur bones are seen on a Oviraptors graveyard on display during a repatriation ceremony...
New York, UNITED STATES
Fossilized dinosaur bones are seen on a Oviraptors graveyard on display during a repatriation ceremony...
Fossilized dinosaur bones are seen on a Oviraptors graveyard on display during a repatriation ceremony at the United States Attorney's Office of Southern District in New York July 10, 2014. U.S. authorities on Thursday agreed to ship the remains of 18 dinosaurs back to Mongolia after finding the smuggled fossils during a criminal investigation. The dinosaur remains, all between 68 million and 80 million years old, were looted from sites in the Gobi desert. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA-CRIME/DINOSAUR
RTR3Y2ZU
July 10, 2014
Fossilized dinosaur bones are seen on a Oviraptors graveyard on display during a repatriation ceremony...
New York, UNITED STATES
Fossilized dinosaur bones are seen on a Oviraptors graveyard on display during a repatriation ceremony...
Fossilized dinosaur bones are seen on a Oviraptors graveyard on display during a repatriation ceremony at the United States Attorney's Office of Southern District in New York July 10, 2014. U.S. authorities on Thursday agreed to ship the remains of 18 dinosaurs back to Mongolia after finding the smuggled fossils during a criminal investigation. The dinosaur remains, all between 68 million and 80 million years old, were looted from sites in the Gobi desert. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS ANIMALS SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTR3XAJC
July 05, 2014
A cowboy looks at a horse painted with bones so people can see how they move in the horses body during...
Calgary, Canada
A cowboy looks at a horse painted with bones during day 2 of Calgary Stampede rodeo in Calgary
A cowboy looks at a horse painted with bones so people can see how they move in the horses body during day 2 of the Calgary Stampede rodeo in Calgary, Alberta, July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: SPORT ANIMALS SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR3PCMO
May 15, 2014
Argentine paleontologist Pablo Gallina casts a shadow on a projector screen showing the found bones of...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine paleontologist Pablo Gallina casts a shadow on a projector screen showing the found bones of...
Argentine paleontologist Pablo Gallina casts a shadow on a projector screen showing the found bones of a newly identified South American dinosaur named Leinkupal laticauda in Buenos Aires May 15, 2014. It's not exactly small at 30 feet long (9 meters), but you might want to call this newly identified dinosaur the littlest giant. Scientists in Argentina on Wednesday announced the discovery of the fossilized remains of a unique member of the famous long-necked, plant-munching dinosaurs known as sauropods, the largest land creatures in Earth's history. The dinosaur may be the smallest of the sauropod family called diplodocids, typified by the well-known Diplodocus, which lived in North America, they said. It also is the first of them found in South America. It lived about 140 million years ago, millions of years after scientists had previously thought diplodocids had disappeared, according to Gallina, one of the researchers. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
USA/
RTR3LDXD
April 15, 2014
Jon Blundell scans the metatarsal bone of a sixty-six million years old Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton at...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Blundell scans metatarsal bone of a T. Rex skeleton at Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington...
Jon Blundell scans the metatarsal bone of a sixty-six million years old Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington April 15, 2014. The T. Rex will be the centerpiece of a new National Fossil Hall in the museum which is expected to open in 2019. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
RTR3LDPG
April 15, 2014
Local media surround a crate containing the jaw bones of a sixty-six million old Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Local media surround a crate containing the jaw bones of a sixty-six million old Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton...
Local media surround a crate containing the jaw bones of a sixty-six million old Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington April 15, 2014. The T. Rex will be the centerpiece of a new National Fossil Hall in the museum which is expected to open in 2019. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA SCIENCE)
SOUTH-SUDAN/
RTX17U88
January 25, 2014
The remains of a cow lie on the ground in Bor, South Sudan, January 25, 2014. REUTERS/Andreea Campeanu...
Bor, South Sudan
The remains of a cow lie on the ground in Bor
The remains of a cow lie on the ground in Bor, South Sudan, January 25, 2014. REUTERS/Andreea Campeanu (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA-OLYMPICS/
RTX17NPH
January 21, 2014
A Circassian villager walks past a cow at dusk in the village of Tkhagapsh in the Lazerevskoye district...
Sochi, Russia
A Circassian villager walks past a cow at dusk in the village of Tkhagapsh in the Lazerevskoye district...
A Circassian villager walks past a cow at dusk in the village of Tkhagapsh in the Lazerevskoye district of Sochi October 26, 2013. Tkhagapsh is one of the few remaining settlements in the Sochi region, that mainly consists of ethnic Circassians. Circassians are a people indigenous to the North Caucasus region, most of whom were scattered across the globe by a 19th century tsarist military campaign that caused the deaths of huge numbers. Many Circassians have called for the killings to be recognised as genocide, and have campaigned against the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, set to take place in the very same broad valleys and mountain slopes they say hold the bones of their ancestors. Picture taken October 26, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RUSSIA-OLYMPICS/
RTX17NP9
January 21, 2014
Animal farmers Indris Chachukh (L) and Zoya Chachukh, the last two villagers who still perform this trade,...
Sochi, Russia
Animal farmers Indris Chachukh and Zoya Chachukh, the last two villagers who still perform this trade,...
Animal farmers Indris Chachukh (L) and Zoya Chachukh, the last two villagers who still perform this trade, stand in Tkhagapsh in the Lazerevskoye district of Sochi October 26, 2013. Tkhagapsh is one of the few remaining settlements in the Sochi region, that mainly consists of ethnic Circassians. Circassians are a people indigenous to the North Caucasus region, most of whom were scattered across the globe by a 19th century tsarist military campaign that caused the deaths of huge numbers. Many Circassians have called for the killings to be recognised as genocide, and have campaigned against the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, set to take place in the very same broad valleys and mountain slopes they say hold the bones of their ancestors. Picture taken October 26, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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MERCK/ZILMAX-SHOWS
RTX14YIC
November 03, 2013
Kaley Kelley of College Station, Texas leads her Charolais steer into a chute to be weighed prior to...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
Kelley leads her Charolais steer into a chute to be weighed prior to competing in the prospects competition...
Kaley Kelley of College Station, Texas leads her Charolais steer into a chute to be weighed prior to competing in the prospects competition at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, Texas October 2, 2013. For more than a century, ranchers and their kids have paraded cattle around the dusty show ring at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, in a rite of passage that is part farm economics, part rural theater. Today, with U.S. auction prices for champion cattle topping $300,000 a head and hefty scholarship checks for winners at stake, the competitive pressures are intense. Many animals get muscle-building livestock drugs added into animal feed. Kelley's father, Stanley Kelley, said he uses the medicated feed additive Showmaxx on some of their steer. He said the product increases the amount of "middle meat" cuts like T-bone, rib eye, porter and sirloin steaks along the steer's back and also builds lean muscle in the hind quarter, known in show terms as "putting a butt on". The Charolais in the photo was not given Showmaxx. Picture taken October 2, 2013. To match Insight MERCK/ZILMAX-SHOWS REUTERS/Mike Stone (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS AGRICULTURE)
MERCK/ZILMAX-SHOWS
RTX14YHV
November 03, 2013
Judge Shane Bedwell (C) of Colorado State University watches as Kaley Kelley (R) of College Station,...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
Judge Bedwell of Colorado State University watches as Kelley shows her Maine steer in the prospects competition...
Judge Shane Bedwell (C) of Colorado State University watches as Kaley Kelley (R) of College Station, Texas shows her Maine steer in the prospects competition at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, Texas October 2, 2013. For more than a century, ranchers and their kids have paraded cattle around the dusty show ring at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, in a rite of passage that is part farm economics, part rural theater. Today, with U.S. auction prices for champion cattle topping $300,000 a head and hefty scholarship checks for winners at stake, the competitive pressures are intense. Many animals get muscle-building livestock drugs added into animal feed. Kelley's father, Stanley Kelley, said he uses the medicated feed additive Showmaxx on some of their steer. He said the product increases the amount of "middle meat" cuts like T-bone, rib eye, porter and sirloin steaks along the steer's back and also builds lean muscle in the hind quarter, known in show terms as "putting a butt on". The Maine in the photo was not given Showmaxx. Picture taken October 2, 2013. To match Insight MERCK/ZILMAX-SHOWS REUTERS/Mike Stone (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AGRICULTURE ANIMALS EDUCATION BUSINESS SOCIETY)
MERCK/ZILMAX-SHOWS
RTX14YHS
November 03, 2013
Kaley Kelley of College Station, Texas shows her Charolais steer in the prospects competition at the...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
Kaley Kelley shows her Charolais steer in the prospects competition at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas...
Kaley Kelley of College Station, Texas shows her Charolais steer in the prospects competition at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, Texas October 2, 2013. For more than a century, ranchers and their kids have paraded cattle around the dusty show ring at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, in a rite of passage that is part farm economics, part rural theater. Today, with U.S. auction prices for champion cattle topping $300,000 a head and hefty scholarship checks for winners at stake, the competitive pressures are intense. Many animals get muscle-building livestock drugs added into animal feed. Kelley's father, Stanley Kelley, said he uses the medicated feed additive Showmaxx on some of their steer. He said the product increases the amount of "middle meat" cuts like T-bone, rib eye, porter and sirloin steaks along the steer's back and also builds lean muscle in the hind quarter, known in show terms as "putting a butt on". The Charolais in the photo was not given Showmaxx. Picture taken October 2, 2013. To match Insight MERCK/ZILMAX-SHOWS REUTERS/Mike Stone (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AGRICULTURE ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
MERCK/ZILMAX-SHOWS
RTX14YHO
November 03, 2013
Stanley Kelley (L) and his daughter Kaley Kelley, both of College Station, Texas wait in a staging area...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
Kelley and her father wait prior to showing her Charolais steer in the prospects competition at the State...
Stanley Kelley (L) and his daughter Kaley Kelley, both of College Station, Texas wait in a staging area prior to showing her Charolais steer in the prospects competition at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, Texas October 2, 2013. For more than a century, ranchers and their kids have paraded cattle around the dusty show ring at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, in a rite of passage that is part farm economics, part rural theater. Today, with U.S. auction prices for champion cattle topping $300,000 a head and hefty scholarship checks for winners at stake, the competitive pressures are intense. Many animals get muscle-building livestock drugs added into animal feed. Stanley Kelley said he uses the medicated feed additive Showmaxx on some of their steer. He said the product increases the amount of "middle meat" cuts like T-bone, rib eye, porter and sirloin steaks along the steer's back and also builds lean muscle in the hind quarter, known in show terms as "putting a butt on". The Charolais in the photo was not given Showmaxx. Picture taken October 2, 2013. To match Insight MERCK/ZILMAX-SHOWS REUTERS/Mike Stone (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AGRICULTURE ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
MERCK/ZILMAX-SHOWS
RTX14YHN
November 03, 2013
Stanley Kelley (L) and his daughter Kaley Kelley, both of College Station, Texas talk prior to showing...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
Kelley and her father talk prior to showing her Charolais steer in the prospects competition at the State...
Stanley Kelley (L) and his daughter Kaley Kelley, both of College Station, Texas talk prior to showing her Charolais steer in the prospects competition at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, Texas October 2, 2013. For more than a century, ranchers and their kids have paraded cattle around the dusty show ring at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, in a rite of passage that is part farm economics, part rural theater. Today, with U.S. auction prices for champion cattle topping $300,000 a head and hefty scholarship checks for winners at stake, the competitive pressures are intense. Many animals get muscle-building livestock drugs added into animal feed. Stanley Kelley said he uses the medicated feed additive Showmaxx on some of their steer. He said the product increases the amount of "middle meat" cuts like T-bone, rib eye, porter and sirloin steaks along the steer's back and also builds lean muscle in the hind quarter, known in show terms as "putting a butt on". The Charolais in the photo was not given Showmaxx. Picture taken October 2, 2013. To match Insight MERCK/ZILMAX-SHOWS REUTERS/Mike Stone (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AGRICULTURE ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
MERCK/ZILMAX-SHOWS
RTX14YHL
November 03, 2013
Kaley Kelley of College Station, Texas laughs while tending to her Maine steer prior to competing in...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
Kaley Kelley laughs while tending to her Maine steer prior to competing in the prospects competition...
Kaley Kelley of College Station, Texas laughs while tending to her Maine steer prior to competing in the prospects competition at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, Texas October 2, 2013. For more than a century, ranchers and their kids have paraded cattle around the dusty show ring at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, in a rite of passage that is part farm economics, part rural theater. Today, with U.S. auction prices for champion cattle topping $300,000 a head and hefty scholarship checks for winners at stake, the competitive pressures are intense. Many animals get muscle-building livestock drugs added into animal feed. Kelley's father, Stanley Kelley, said he uses the medicated feed additive Showmaxx on some of their steer. He said the product increases the amount of "middle meat" cuts like T-bone, rib eye, porter and sirloin steaks along the steer's back and also builds lean muscle in the hind quarter, known in show terms as "putting a butt on". The Maine in the photo was not given Showmaxx. Picture taken October 2, 2013. To match Insight MERCK/ZILMAX-SHOWS REUTERS/Mike Stone (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AGRICULTURE ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-FRACKING/
RTX14RBV
October 28, 2013
Antelope bones are scattered across an arid landscape near Aberdeen in the Karoo October 11, 2013. Stretching...
Aberdeen, South Africa
Antelope bones are scattered across an arid landscape near Aberdeen in the Karoo
Antelope bones are scattered across an arid landscape near Aberdeen in the Karoo October 11, 2013. Stretching across the heart of South Africa, the Karoo has stirred emotions for centuries, a stunning semi-desert wilderness fit mainly for artists, hunters and the toughest of farmers. It is now rousing less romantic passions. If energy companies and the ruling African National Congress (ANC) get their way, it will soon be home to scientists and geologists mapping out shale gas fields touted as game-changers for Africa's biggest economy, and working out whether fracking will work here. Some residents fear hydraulic fracturing will pollute scarce water supplies and destabilise agriculture, which has for three centuries been the mainstay of the local economy. Picture taken October 11, 2013. To match Insight SAFRICA-FRACKING/ REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT ENERGY BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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CLIMATE-IPCC/CHINA
RTX13WEG
September 23, 2013
An animal skull lies on the ground at an abandon farm, near the dried up Shiyang river on the outskirts...
MINQIN, China
An animal skull lies on the ground at an abandon farm, near the dried up Shiyang river on the outskirts...
An animal skull lies on the ground at an abandon farm, near the dried up Shiyang river on the outskirts of Minqin town, Gansu province September 20, 2013. Beijing blames climate change for wreaking havoc on scarce water resources, but critics say the country's headlong drive to build its industrial prowess and huge hydro projects are just as responsible. Hundreds of rivers have already vanished in northwestern Gansu, one of the country's driest regions. In the town of Minqin, residents said the problem was not new, with the nearby Shiyang river disappearing not because of temperature rises, but because a vast upstream reservoir built two decades ago to irrigate a large farm cut off their supply. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS AGRICULTURE SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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USA-TIGERS/WASHINGTON
RTX12E7P
August 08, 2013
Kavi, a 12-year old Sumatran tiger, growls while chewing a bone at the Smithsonian National Zoological...
Washington, UNITED STATES
New father Sumatran tiger Kavi at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park in Washington
Kavi, a 12-year old Sumatran tiger, growls while chewing a bone at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park in Washington August 8, 2013. Kavi is the father of two Sumatran cubs who were born Monday to mother Damai, a four-year old Sumatran tiger. The cubs will not be on exhibit for another three months. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
USA-TIGERS/WASHINGTON
RTX12E7O
August 08, 2013
Kavi, a 12-year old Sumatran tiger, chews a bone at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
New father Sumatran tiger Kavi at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park in Washington
Kavi, a 12-year old Sumatran tiger, chews a bone at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park in Washington August 8, 2013. Kavi is the father of two Sumatran cubs who were born Monday to mother Damai, a four-year old Sumatran tiger. The cubs will not be on exhibit for another three months. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
COLOMBIA/
RTX11PTI
July 17, 2013
Colombian workers carry a dead pig before burying it at a mass grave at an experimental farm as part...
Mosquera, Colombia
Colombian workers carry a dead pig before burying it at a mass grave at an experimental farm as part...
Colombian workers carry a dead pig before burying it at a mass grave at an experimental farm as part of a project which will help in the locating of hidden graves in Mosquera, near Bogota June 19, 2013. The experiment - part of a geosciences doctoral project led by Colombian forensic geologist Carlos Martin Molina - is aimed at using new techniques to locate hidden graves more quickly and at lower costs. It could have a big impact in Colombia, where victims of a bloody decades-long internal conflict remain missing. The Colombian researchers dug eight graves at the agricultural centre, with some containing dead pigs, others containing human bones in various states and others with nothing at all. They plan to monitor the graves periodically using technologies to determine whether they can sense the remains below. Picture taken on June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
COLOMBIA/
RTX11PT7
July 17, 2013
Colombian forensic geologist Carlos Martin Molina measures the distance of a buried pig to the top of...
Mosquera, Colombia
Colombian forensic geologist measures the distance of a buried pig to the top of a mass grave at an experimental...
Colombian forensic geologist Carlos Martin Molina measures the distance of a buried pig to the top of a mass grave at an experimental farm as part of a project which will help in the locating of hidden graves in Mosquera, near Bogota June 19, 2013. The experiment - part of a geosciences doctoral project led by Molina - is aimed at using new techniques to locate hidden graves more quickly and at lower costs. It could have a big impact in Colombia, where victims of a bloody decades-long internal conflict remain missing. The Colombian researchers dug eight graves at the agricultural centre, with some containing dead pigs, others containing human bones in various states and others with nothing at all. They plan to monitor the graves periodically using technologies to determine whether they can sense the remains below. Picture taken on June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
SUDAN/
RTX10R1Q
June 17, 2013
A boy carries animal bones to sell in the Abu Shouq internally displaced persons camp in El-Fashir June...
El-Fashir, Sudan
A boy carries animal bones to sell in the Abu Shouq internally displaced persons camp in El-Fashir
A boy carries animal bones to sell in the Abu Shouq internally displaced persons camp in El-Fashir June 17, 2013. The Fifth Special Envoys Retreat for Darfur will take place in El-Fashir from June 17 to 18. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA/
RTX10GN3
June 08, 2013
A volunteer places bones made of paper and plaster as part of the One Million Bones art installation...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A volunteer places bones made of paper and plaster as part of the One Million Bones art installation...
A volunteer places bones made of paper and plaster as part of the One Million Bones art installation on the National Mall near the U.S. Capitol in Washington, June 8, 2013. Organizers said the project, led by artist Naomi Natale, mobilized artists and students around the world to create the bones in order to bring attention to genocide and mass atrocities. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL-INDIANS/CONGRESS
RTXYR4X
April 18, 2013
An animal bone necklace is pictured adorning Luiz Fernando, from the Brazilian Indian tribe Kadiwzu,...
Brasilia, Brazil
An animal bone necklace is pictured adorning Luiz Fernando as he attends a debate to discuss the situation...
An animal bone necklace is pictured adorning Luiz Fernando, from the Brazilian Indian tribe Kadiwzu, as he attends a debate to discuss the situation of indigenous people and the major issues that affect these communities at the Commission on Human Rights of the Brazilian Senate Federal in Brasilia, April 18, 2013. Brazilian Indians are trying to derail a congressional proposal to change the way indigenous lands are recognized, intensifying a standoff between the powerful farm sector and a carefully protected minority by literally storming the floor of Congress. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
SUDAN/
RTR3EP5P
March 07, 2013
Howaa Teya (L), a spiritual and traditional healer from the Nuba tribes in South Kordofan, stands near...
OMDURMAN, Sudan
Howaa Teya, a spiritual and traditional healer from the Nuba tribes in South Kordofan, stands near her...
Howaa Teya (L), a spiritual and traditional healer from the Nuba tribes in South Kordofan, stands near her patients during treatment at her house in Omdurman March 7, 2013. Teya uses herbal ingredients as well as alternative ingredients such as dried animal bones as part of her treatment. She charges about 50 Sudanese pounds ($8) for each patient. International Women's Day falls on March 8. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
SUDAN/
RTR3EP4U
March 07, 2013
A patient receives medicine during her treatment with Howaa Teya (L), a spiritual and traditional healer...
OMDURMAN, Sudan
A patient receives medicine during her treatment with Howaa Teya, a spiritual and traditional healer...
A patient receives medicine during her treatment with Howaa Teya (L), a spiritual and traditional healer from the Nuba tribes in South Kordofan, in Omdurman March 7, 2013. Teya uses herbal ingredients as well as alternative ingredients such as dried animal bones as part of her treatment. She charges about 50 Sudanese pounds ($8) for each patient. International Women's Day falls on March 8. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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