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COLOMBIA-PLANTS/EXHIBITION
RTX6C4WS
July 20, 2018
An insect lands on a Venus flytrap, a meat-eating plant on display at the carnivorous plant fair "Dejate...
Bogota, Colombia
An insect lands on a Venus flytrap, a meat-eating plant on display at the carnivorous plant fair "Dejate...
An insect lands on a Venus flytrap, a meat-eating plant on display at the carnivorous plant fair "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught), in Bogota, Colombia July 19, 2018. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
COLOMBIA-PLANTS/EXHIBITION
RTX6C4KO
July 20, 2018
A Drosera capensis is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught),...
Bogota, Colombia
A Drosera capensis is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught),...
A Drosera capensis is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught), in Bogota, Colombia July 19, 2018. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
COLOMBIA-PLANTS/EXHIBITION
RTX6C4KJ
July 20, 2018
A Nepenthes gracilis is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught),...
Bogota, Colombia
A Nepenthes gracilis is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught),...
A Nepenthes gracilis is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught), in Bogota, Colombia July 19, 2018. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
COLOMBIA-PLANTS/EXHIBITION
RTX6C4KH
July 20, 2018
A Nepenthes villosa is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught),...
Bogota, Colombia
A Nepenthes villosa is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught),...
A Nepenthes villosa is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught), in Bogota, Colombia July 19, 2018. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
COLOMBIA-PLANTS/EXHIBITION
RTX6C4K9
July 20, 2018
An insect sticks to the leaf of a Pinguicula, a meat-eating plant on display at the carnivorous plant...
Bogota, Colombia
An insect sticks to the leaf of a Pinguicula, a meat-eating plant on display at the carnivorous plant...
An insect sticks to the leaf of a Pinguicula, a meat-eating plant on display at the carnivorous plant fair "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught), in Bogota, Colombia July 19, 2018. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
COLOMBIA-PLANTS/EXHIBITION
RTX6C4K7
July 20, 2018
A Drosera capensis is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught),...
Bogota, Colombia
A Drosera capensis is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught),...
A Drosera capensis is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught), in Bogota, Colombia July 19, 2018. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
COLOMBIA-PLANTS/EXHIBITION
RTX6C4K5
July 20, 2018
A Drosera capensis is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught),...
Bogota, Colombia
A Drosera capensis is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught),...
A Drosera capensis is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught), in Bogota, Colombia July 19, 2018. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
COLOMBIA-PLANTS/EXHIBITION
RTX6C4K4
July 20, 2018
A Venus flytrap is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught),...
Bogota, Colombia
A Venus flytrap is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught),...
A Venus flytrap is seen at the meat-eating plant exhibition "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught), in Bogota, Colombia July 19, 2018. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
COLOMBIA-PLANTS/EXHIBITION
RTX6C4JX
July 20, 2018
An insect sticks to a Drosera capensis, a meat-eating plant on display at the carnivorous plant fair...
Bogota, Colombia
An insect sticks to a Drosera capensis, a meat-eating plant on display at the carnivorous plant fair...
An insect sticks to a Drosera capensis, a meat-eating plant on display at the carnivorous plant fair "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught), in Bogota, Colombia July 19, 2018. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
COLOMBIA-PLANTS/EXHIBITION
RTX6C4JP
July 20, 2018
An insect lands on a Venus flytrap, a meat-eating plant on display at the carnivorous plant fair "Dejate...
Bogota, Colombia
An insect lands on a Venus flytrap, a meat-eating plant on display at the carnivorous plant fair "Dejate...
An insect lands on a Venus flytrap, a meat-eating plant on display at the carnivorous plant fair "Dejate Atrapar" (Let Yourself Get Caught), in Bogota, Colombia July 19, 2018. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
CANADA/
RTXRLHL
December 08, 2009
A male polar bear carries the head of a polar bear cub it killed and cannibalized in an area about 300...
None, Canada
A male polar bear carries the head of a polar bear cub it killed and cannibalized in an area about 300...
A male polar bear carries the head of a polar bear cub it killed and cannibalized in an area about 300 km (186 miles) north of the Canadian town of Churchill in this picture taken November 20, 2009. Climate change has turned some polar bears into cannibals as global warming melts their Arctic ice hunting grounds, reducing the polar bear population, according to a U.S.-led global scientific study on the impacts of climate change. Picture taken November 20, 2009. REUTERS/Iain D. Williams (CANADA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
RTXRLHK
December 08, 2009
A male polar bear carries the head of a polar bear cub it killed and cannibalized in an area about 300...
None, Canada
A male polar bear carries the head of a polar bear cub it killed and cannibalized in an area about 300...
A male polar bear carries the head of a polar bear cub it killed and cannibalized in an area about 300 km (186 miles) north of the Canadian town of Churchill in this picture taken November 20, 2009. Climate change has turned some polar bears into cannibals as global warming melts their Arctic ice hunting grounds, reducing the polar bear population, according to a U.S.-led global scientific study on the impacts of climate change. Picture taken November 20, 2009. REUTERS/Iain D. Williams (CANADA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY) For best quality see GF2E63F03YF01
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