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Search results for: Crocodylus-acutus

NICARAGUA/
RTXAVU
November 13, 2007
A crocodile (Crocodylus Acutus) rests at the National Zoo of Managua November 13,2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo...
Managua, Nicaragua
A crocodile (Crocodylus Acutus) rests at the National Zoo of Managua
A crocodile (Crocodylus Acutus) rests at the National Zoo of Managua November 13,2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
HONDURAS CROCODILES
RTRID9K
April 21, 2005
A baby crocodiles is displayed by a worker at the Continental crocodile farm in Villanueva, Honduras,...
Villanueva, Honduras
To match feature Honduras-crocodiles.
A baby crocodiles is displayed by a worker at the Continental crocodile farm in Villanueva, Honduras, April 21, 2005. What set out to be a conservation project in the 1990s amid concern that hunting was killing off the native population of American crocodiles, or Crocodylus Acutus, has become a lucrative business that so far has not returned even one of the reptiles to the wild. Picture taken on April 21, 2005. To match feature Honduras-crocodiles. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo TB/TC
HONDURAS CROCODILES
RTRID93
April 21, 2005
A young crocodile (Crocodylus Acutus) is displayed by a handler at the Continental crocodile farm in...
Villanueva, Honduras
To match feature Honduras-crocodiles.
A young crocodile (Crocodylus Acutus) is displayed by a handler at the Continental crocodile farm in Villanueva, Honduras, April 21, 2005. What set out to be a conservation project in the 1990s amid concern that hunting was killing off the native population of American crocodiles, or Crocodylus Acutus, has become a lucrative business that so far has not returned even one of the reptiles to the wild. Picture taken on April 21, 2005. To match feature Honduras-crocodiles. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo PP05080040 TB/TC
HONDURAS CROCODILES
RTRID8N
April 21, 2005
Baby crocodiles (Crocodylus Acutus) squirm around a holding tank at the Continental crocodile farm in...
Villanueva, Honduras
To match feature Honduras-crocodiles.
Baby crocodiles (Crocodylus Acutus) squirm around a holding tank at the Continental crocodile farm in Villanueva, Honduras, April 21, 2005. What set out to be a conservation project in the 1990s amid concern that hunting was killing off the native population of American crocodiles, or Crocodylus Acutus, has become a lucrative business that so far has not returned even one of the reptiles to the wild. Picture taken on April 21, 2005. To match feature Honduras-crocodiles. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo TB/TC
HONDURAS CROCODILES
RTRID8G
April 21, 2005
An adult crocodile (Crocodylus Acutus) is fed horse meat at the Continental crocodile farm in Villanueva,...
Villanueva, Honduras
To match feature Honduras-crocodiles.
An adult crocodile (Crocodylus Acutus) is fed horse meat at the Continental crocodile farm in Villanueva, Honduras, April 21, 2005. What set out to be a conservation project in the 1990s amid concern that hunting was killing off the native population of American crocodiles, or Crocodylus Acutus, has become a lucrative business that so far has not returned even one of the reptiles to the wild. Picture taken on April 21, 2005. To match feature Honduras-crocodiles. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo TB
HONDURAS CROCODILES
RTRID88
April 21, 2005
A worker of the Continental crocodile farm shows the skin, a valued item for the export market, in Villanueva,...
Villanueva, Honduras
To match feature Honduras-crocodiles.
A worker of the Continental crocodile farm shows the skin, a valued item for the export market, in Villanueva, Honduras April 21, 2005. What set out to be a conservation project in the 1990s amid concern that hunting was killing off the native population of American crocodiles, or Crocodylus Acutus, has become a lucrative business that so far has not returned even one of the reptiles to the wild. Picture taken on April 21, 2005. To match feature Honduras-crocodiles. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo TB/TC
HONDURAS CROCODILES
RTRID7R
April 21, 2005
A worker holds a small crocodile (Crocodylus Acutus) while the cage is being cleaned at the Continental...
Villanueva, Honduras
To match feature Honduras-crocodiles.
A worker holds a small crocodile (Crocodylus Acutus) while the cage is being cleaned at the Continental crocodile farm in Villanueva, Honduras, April 21, 2005. What set out to be a conservation project in the 1990s amid concern that hunting was killing off the native population of American crocodiles, or Crocodylus Acutus, has become a lucrative business that so far has not returned even one of the reptiles to the wild. Picture taken on April 21, 2005. To match feature Honduras-crocodiles. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo TB/TC
HONDURAS CROCODILES
RTRID7K
April 21, 2005
A Honduran walks past a rack full of crocodiles skins, a valued item for the export market in Villanueva,...
Villanueva, Honduras
To match feature Honduras-crocodiles.
A Honduran walks past a rack full of crocodiles skins, a valued item for the export market in Villanueva, Honduras, April 21, 2005. What set out to be a conservation project in the 1990s amid concern that hunting was killing off the native population of American crocodiles, or Crocodylus Acutus, has become a lucrative business that so far has not returned even one of the reptiles to the wild. Picture taken on April 21, 2005. To match feature Honduras-crocodiles. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo TB/TC
HONDURAS CROCODILES
RTRID74
April 21, 2005
Engineer Francisco Medino, manager of the Continental crocodile farm, checks the eggs inside the incubation...
Villanueva, Honduras
To match feature Honduras-crocodiles.
Engineer Francisco Medino, manager of the Continental crocodile farm, checks the eggs inside the incubation room in Villanueva, Honduras, April 21, 2005. What set out to be a conservation project in the 1990s amid concern that hunting was killing off the native population of American crocodiles, or Crocodylus Acutus, has become a lucrative business that so far has not returned even one of the reptiles to the wild. Picture taken on April 21, 2005. To match feature Honduras-crocodiles. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo TB/TC
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