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BRITAIN/
RTX164MG
December 05, 2013
Rangers remove a puffin from its burrow on the Farne Islands off the Northumberland coast, northern England...
FARNE ISLANDS, United Kingdom
Rangers remove a puffin from its burrow on the Farne Islands off the Northumberland
Rangers remove a puffin from its burrow on the Farne Islands off the Northumberland coast, northern England May 15, 2013. The Farne Islands, which lie off the coast of northeast England, are home to a huge array of wildlife. The islands are owned and protected by the British conservation charity, the National Trust, which says they host some 23 species of seabird, as well as a substantial colony of grey seals, who come to have their pups there in the autumn. Every five years the National Trust carries out a census of the islands' population of puffins, and this year's survey showed there were almost 40,000 nesting pairs on the islands - an 8 percent rise from 2008. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)

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BRITAIN/
RTX164MF
December 05, 2013
Rangers remove a puffin from its burrow on the Farne Islands off the Northumberland coast, northern England...
FARNE ISLANDS, United Kingdom
Rangers remove a puffin from its burrow on the Farne Islands off the Northumberland
Rangers remove a puffin from its burrow on the Farne Islands off the Northumberland coast, northern England May 15, 2013. The Farne Islands, which lie off the coast of northeast England, are home to a huge array of wildlife. The islands are owned and protected by the British conservation charity, the National Trust, which says they host some 23 species of seabird, as well as a substantial colony of grey seals, who come to have their pups there in the autumn. Every five years the National Trust carries out a census of the islands' population of puffins, and this year's survey showed there were almost 40,000 nesting pairs on the islands - an 8 percent rise from 2008. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)

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USA/
RTR1OJ5B
April 11, 2007
Tick, a male black-footed ferret peers out from a burrow at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National...
Wellington, UNITED STATES
Tick, a male black-footed ferret peers out from a burrow at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National...
Tick, a male black-footed ferret peers out from a burrow at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Black-footed Ferret Conservation Center in Wellington, Colorado April 11, 2007. By 1980 it was believed that the black-footed ferret was extinct when a group of only 18 was discovered in Wyoming. With breeding taking place at the Conservation Center the wild population is now around 500. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1OJ51
April 11, 2007
Tick, a male black-footed ferret peers out from a burrow at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National...
Wellington, UNITED STATES
Tick, a male black-footed ferret peers out from a burrow at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National...
Tick, a male black-footed ferret peers out from a burrow at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Black-footed Ferret Conservation Center in Wellington, Colorado April 11, 2007. By 1980 it was believed that the black-footed ferret was extinct when a group of only 18 was discovered in Wyoming. With breeding taking place at the Conservation Center the wild population is now around 500. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
BANDICOOTS
RTXKE0D
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
RTRG7DN
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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