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AUSTRALIA-COFFEE/
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May 17, 2007
A visitor passes by a Kopi Luwak signboard in a shopping mall in Jakarta May 17, 2007. Kopi Luwak, made...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A visitor passes by a Kopi Luwak signboard in a shopping mall in Jakarta
A visitor passes by a Kopi Luwak signboard in a shopping mall in Jakarta May 17, 2007. Kopi Luwak, made in Indonesia from coffee beans excreted by native civet cats, is reputedly the world's rarest and most expensive coffee, painstakingly extracted by hand from the animal's forest droppings. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA)
AUSTRALIA-COFFEE/
RTR1PS2Q
May 17, 2007
A waitress shows packs of Luwak coffe at a cafe in a shopping mall in Jakarta May 17, 2007. Kopi Luwak,...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A waitress shows packs of Luwak coffe at a cafe in a shopping mall in Jakarta
A waitress shows packs of Luwak coffe at a cafe in a shopping mall in Jakarta May 17, 2007. Kopi Luwak, made in Indonesia from coffee beans excreted by native civet cats, is reputedly the world's rarest and most expensive coffee, painstakingly extracted by hand from the animal's forest droppings. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA)
CHINA
RTXNQ60
August 28, 2005
A Chinese boy catches a chicken and places it into a cage at a poultry market in Guangdong, southern...
Hong Kong, China
A Chinese boy catches a chicken and places it into a cage at a poultry market in Guangdong, southern.....
A Chinese boy catches a chicken and places it into a cage at a poultry market in Guangdong, southern China August 28, 2005. [The bird flu virus which has killed more than 60 people in Asia and is heading West has been found in three civets which died at a Vietnamese national park, an official said on Friday.]
HONGKONG
RTRLRQ3
August 28, 2005
A Chinese boy catches a chicken and places it into a cage at a poultry market in Guangdong, southern...
Hong Kong, China
A Chinese boy catches a chicken and places it into a cage at a poultry market in Guangdong.
A Chinese boy catches a chicken and places it into a cage at a poultry market in Guangdong, southern China August 28, 2005. The bird flu virus which has killed more than 60 people in Asia and is heading West has been found in three civets which died at a Vietnamese national park, an official said on Friday. REUTERS/Paul Yeung PY/JJ
CHINA
RTXMYQ0
October 01, 2004
-PHOTO TAKEN 16SEP04- A civet cats lies inside a cage at a market in the Baiyun district in China's southern...
Guangzhou, China
-PHOTO TAKEN 16SEP04- A civet cats lies inside a cage at a market in the Baiyun district in China's .....
-PHOTO TAKEN 16SEP04- A civet cats lies inside a cage at a market in the Baiyun district in China's southern city of Guangzhou September 16, 2004. In southern China, it doesn't matter if an animal is an endangered species. As long as it walks, wriggles or jumps, it's good enough for the pot. Photo taken September 16.
ENVIRONMENT CHINA ENDANGEREDSPECIES
RTRC6ON
September 16, 2004
A civet cats lies inside a cage at a market in the Baiyun district in China's southern city of Guangzhou...
Guangzhou, China
To match feature Environment-China-Animals.
A civet cats lies inside a cage at a market in the Baiyun district in China's southern city of Guangzhou September 16, 2004. In southern China, it doesn't matter if an animal is an endangered species. As long as it walks, wriggles or jumps, it's good enough for the pot. Photo taken September 16. TO MATCH FEATURE ENVIRONMENT-CHINA-ANIMALS REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC
ENVIRONMENT CHINA ANIMALS
RTRC6AW
September 16, 2004
A man looks at civet cats at a market in the Baiyun district in China's southern city of Guangzhou September...
Guangzhou, China
To match feature Environment-China-Animals.
A man looks at civet cats at a market in the Baiyun district in China's southern city of Guangzhou September 16, 2004. In southern China, it doesn't matter if an animal is an endangered species. As long as it walks, wriggles or jumps, it's good enough for the pot. Photo taken September 16. TO MATCH FEATURE ENVIRONMENT-CHINA-ANIMALS REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/FA
CHINA SARS
RTRADZS
January 16, 2004
A Chinese poliwoman (L) checks the temperature of a visitor in Guangzhou City Number One Custodial Facility...
Guangzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINESE POLICEWOMAN CHECKS THE TEMPERATURE OF A VISITOR IN GUANGZHOU.
A Chinese poliwoman (L) checks the temperature of a visitor in Guangzhou City Number One Custodial Facility on January 16, 2004. The World Health Organization experts bolstered the case against civet cats as a prime suspect in the spread of SARS on Friday, saying it found traces of the deadly virus in cages in a restaurant where a patient served up civet dishes. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/TW
CHINA
RTR9TBT
January 08, 2004
Chinese health workers conduct a rat extermination exercise at a wildlife market in Guangzhou, the capital...
Guangzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
HEALTH WORKERS CONDUCT A RAT EXTERMINATION EXERCISE AT A MARKET IN GUANGZHOU, CHINA.
Chinese health workers conduct a rat extermination exercise at a wildlife market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's southern province of Guangdong, January 8, 2004. China has given a Saturday deadline for the slaughter of about 10,000 civet cats to prevent SARS, the prime suspect in the spread of the deadly disease, and has launched a rat and cockroach extermination campaign. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/FA
CHINA
RTR9TBD
January 08, 2004
A health worker carries away a rat at a wildlife market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's southern...
Guangzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
A HEALTH WORKER CARRIES A RAT FROM A MARKET IN GUANGZHOU, CHINA.
A health worker carries away a rat at a wildlife market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's southern province of Guangdong, January 8, 2004. China has given a Saturday deadline for the slaughter of about 10,000 civet cats to prevent SARS, the prime suspect in the spread of the deadly disease, and has launched a rat and cockroach extermination campaign. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/FA
CHINA
RTR9TB3
January 08, 2004
A health worker removes a bag of rats at a wildlife market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's southern...
Guangzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
HEALTH WORKER REMOVES A BAG OF RATS FROM A MARKET IN GUANGZHOU, CHINA.
A health worker removes a bag of rats at a wildlife market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's southern province of Guangdong, January 8, 2004. China has given a Saturday deadline for the slaughter of about 10,000 civet cats to prevent SARS, the prime suspect in the spread of the deadly disease, and has launched a rat and cockroach extermination campaign. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/FA
CHINA
RTR9TAP
January 08, 2004
A health worker carries away a rat at a wildlife market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's southern...
Guangzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
HEALTH WORKER CARRIES A RAT FROM A MARKET IN GUANGZHOU, CHINA.
A health worker carries away a rat at a wildlife market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's southern province of Guangdong, January 8, 2004. China has given a Saturday deadline for the slaughter of about 10,000 civet cats to prevent SARS, the prime suspect in the spread of the deadly disease, and has launched a rat and cockroach extermination campaign. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/FA
CHINA
RTXMDN6
January 07, 2004
A man rides past empty animal cages at the wildlife market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's southern...
Hong Kong, China
A man rides past empty animal cages at the wildlife market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's sout.....
A man rides past empty animal cages at the wildlife market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's southern province of Guangdong, January 7, 2004. [A Chinese television producer who contracted SARS had never eaten civet cat, state media reported Wednesday, as thousands of the animals were culled on fears they may carry a form of the virus that can jump to humans.]
CHINA
RTXMDN5
January 07, 2004
A Chinese health worker sprays disinfectant at a cage of dogs at a market in Guangzhou, the capital of...
Hong Kong, China
A Chinese health worker sprays disinfectant at a cage of dogs at a market in Guangzhou, the capital .....
A Chinese health worker sprays disinfectant at a cage of dogs at a market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's southern province of Guangdong, January 7, 2004. The Chinese TV producer who contracted SARS had never eaten civet cat, state media reported Wednesday, as thousands of the animals were culled on fears they may carry a form of the virus that can jump to humans.
HEALTH CHINA
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January 07, 2004
A Chinese health worker sprays disinfectant at a cage of dogs at a market in Guangzhou, the capital of...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
A CHINESE HEALTH WORKER SPRAYS DISINFECTANT AT A CAGE OF DOGS TO PREVENT SARS IN GUANGZHOU.
A Chinese health worker sprays disinfectant at a cage of dogs at a market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's southern province of Guangdong, January 7, 2004. The Chinese TV producer who contracted SARS had never eaten civet cat, state media reported Wednesday, as thousands of the animals were culled on fears they may carry a form of the virus that can jump to humans. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC
HEALTH CHINA
RTR9RG9
January 07, 2004
A Chinese boy smiles with his toy revolver next to a cage of cats at a wildlife market in Guangzhou,...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
A CHINESE BOY PLAYS WITH HIS TOY GUN NEXT TO A CAGE OF CATS IN GUANGZHOU, CHINA.
A Chinese boy smiles with his toy revolver next to a cage of cats at a wildlife market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's southern province of Guangdong, January 7, 2004. The Chinese TV producer who contracted SARS had never eaten civet cat, state media reported Wednesday, as thousands of the animals were culled on fears they may carry a form of the virus that can jump to humans. REUTERS/Kin Cheung PP04010053 KC/FA
HEALTH CHINA
RTR9RG3
January 07, 2004
A man rides past empty animal cages at the wildlife market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's southern...
Guangzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
MAN RIDES PAST EMPTY ANIMAL CAGES IN GUANGZHOU.
A man rides past empty animal cages at the wildlife market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's southern province of Guangdong, January 7, 2004. A Chinese television producer who contracted SARS had never eaten civet cat, state media reported Wednesday, as thousands of the animals were culled on fears they may carry a form of the virus that can jump to humans. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC
HEALTH CHINA
RTR9REU
January 07, 2004
A Chinese vendor wears mask to prevent SARS in front of a cage of lambs at a market in Guangzhou, the...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
A CHINESE VENDOR WEARS MASK TO PREVENT SARS IN GUANGZHOU.
A Chinese vendor wears mask to prevent SARS in front of a cage of lambs at a market in Guangzhou, the capital of China's southern province of Guangdong, January 7, 2004. The Chinese TV producer who contracted SARS had never eaten civet cat, state media reported Wednesday, as thousands of the animals were culled on fears they may carry a form of the virus that can jump to humans. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/FA
SARS CHINA
RTR9P7S
January 06, 2004
Medical staff wear protective gear on an ambulance in Hong Kong January 6, 2004. Security guards at entrances...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
MEDICAL STAFF WEAR PROTESTIVE GEAR ON AN AMUBLANCE IN HONG KONG.
Medical staff wear protective gear on an ambulance in Hong Kong January 6, 2004. Security guards at entrances of hospitals in the territory asked all visitors to put on masks on Tuesday after China confirmed its first SARS case in months and ordered the culling of 10,000 civet cats in Guagdong province to eliminate a possible source of the disease. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/FA
SARS CHINA
RTR9P6Z
January 06, 2004
A medical staff wears protective gear at a hospital in Hong Kong January 6, 2004. Security guards at...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
MEDICAL STAFF WEARS PROTECTIVE GEAR AT A HOSPITAL IN HONG KONG.
A medical staff wears protective gear at a hospital in Hong Kong January 6, 2004. Security guards at entrances of hospitals in the territory asked all visitors to put on masks on Tuesday after China confirmed its first SARS case in months and ordered the culling of 10,000 civet cats in Guagdong province to eliminate a possible source of the disease. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/FA
SARS CHINA
RTR9P6T
January 06, 2004
Hospital staff takes the temperature of patients visiting a hospital in Hong Kong January 6, 2004. Security...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
HOSPITAL STAFF TAKES TEMPERATURE OF PATIENTS AT A HOSPITAL IN HONG KONG.
Hospital staff takes the temperature of patients visiting a hospital in Hong Kong January 6, 2004. Security guards at entrances of hospitals in the territory asked all visitors to put on masks on Tuesday after China confirmed its first SARS case in months and ordered the culling of 10,000 civet cats in Guagdong province to eliminate a possible source of the disease. REUTERS/Kin Cheung PP04010010 KC/FA
SARS CHINA
RTR9P6L
January 06, 2004
Patients wear protective masks while waiting at a hospital in Hong Kong January 6, 2004. On Tuesday,...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
PATIENTS WEAR PROTESTIVE MASKS WHILE WAITING AT A HOSPITAL IN HONG KONG.
Patients wear protective masks while waiting at a hospital in Hong Kong January 6, 2004. On Tuesday, security guards stood at entrances of hospitals in the territory, ordering all visitors to put on masks, after Chinese authorities confirmed a SARS case and ordered a cull of all civet cats in Guagdong province. REUTERS/Kin Cheung PP04010010 KC
CIVET CATS
RTXM9OP
October 24, 2003
- PHOTO TAKEN 20OCT03 - A civet cat lies inside a cage at a market in the Baiyun district in China's...
Guangzhou, China
- PHOTO TAKEN 20OCT03 - A civet cat lies inside a cage at a market in the Baiyun district in China's.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 20OCT03 - A civet cat lies inside a cage at a market in the Baiyun district in China's southern city of Guangzhou October 20, 2003. Health experts have warned that wild game markets like this one may be the source of the next SARS epidemic which many fear will emerge this winter, but traders and workers here could not be more oblivious. Picture taken October 20, 2003.
SARS CHINA MARKET
RTR5BZG
October 20, 2003
A civet cat lies inside a cage at a market in the Baiyun district in
China's southern city of Guangzhou...
Guangzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE SARS CHINA MARKET.
A civet cat lies inside a cage at a market in the Baiyun district in
China's southern city of Guangzhou October 20, 2003. Health experts
have warned that wild game markets like this one may be the source of
the next SARS epidemic which many fear will emerge this winter, but
traders and workers here could not be more oblivious. Picture taken
October 20, 2003. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE SARS CHINA MARKET REUTERS/Kin
Cheung PP03100115

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TAIWAN
RTRPI2X
June 19, 2003
Chen Yueh-jung, who sells civet cats for a living in Taiwan, joins a
protest outside Taiwan's agriculture...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWANESE CIVET CATS SELLER JOINS A PROTEST OUTSIDE TAIWAN'S
AGRICULTURE COUNCIL IN TAIPEI.
Chen Yueh-jung, who sells civet cats for a living in Taiwan, joins a
protest outside Taiwan's agriculture council on June 19, 2003,
appealing for government assistance. The protesters said their business
has slumped after a Hong Kong scientist found civets carried a virus
similar to that causing SARS. Taiwan has the world's third highest
number of SARS infections and deaths after China and Hong Kong.
REUTERS/Richard Chung

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TAIWAN
RTRPI25
June 19, 2003
A GROUP OF CIVET CAT BREEDERS GATHER OUTSIDE TAIWAN'S AGRICULTURE
COUNCIL TO APPEAL FOR GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE....
Taipei, Taiwan
A GROUP OF CIVET CAT BREEDERS GATHER OUTSIDE TAIWAN'S AGRICULTURE
COUNCIL TO APPEAL FOR GOVERNMENT ......
A GROUP OF CIVET CAT BREEDERS GATHER OUTSIDE TAIWAN'S AGRICULTURE
COUNCIL TO APPEAL FOR GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE.
TAIWAN
RTRPI1C
June 19, 2003
A Taiwan breeder prepares a dish made of civet cat meat in a protest
outside Taiwan's agriculture council...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN BREEDER PREPARES A DISH MADE OF CIVET CAT MEAT IN A PROTEST
OUTSIDE TAIWAN'S AGRICULTURE COUNCIL....
A Taiwan breeder prepares a dish made of civet cat meat in a protest
outside Taiwan's agriculture council on June 19, 2003 to show that
their civets do not have SARS. The breeders appealed for government
help, saying their business has slumped after a Hong Kong scientist
found civets carried a virus similar to that causing SARS. Taiwan has
the world's third highest number of SARS infections and deaths after
China and Hong Kong. REUTERS/Richard Chung

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