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April 25, 2008
Dragon's Blood trees, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain, or blood of the two brothers, are seen on Socotra...
Sanaa, Yemen
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Dragon's Blood trees, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain, or blood of the two brothers, are seen on Socotra island March 27, 2008. Prized for its red medicinal sap, the Dragon's Blood is the most striking of 900 plant species on the Socotra islands in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, may gain UNESCO recognition in July as a world natural heritage site. Picture taken on March 27, 2008. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah/Files (YEMEN)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA
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April 24, 2008
Visitors from Gulf Arab countries gather under a Dragon's Blood tree, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain,...
Sanaa, Yemen
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Visitors from Gulf Arab countries gather under a Dragon's Blood tree, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain, or blood of the two brothers, in the Socotra island March 27, 2008. Prized for its red medicinal sap, the Dragon's Blood is the most striking of 900 plant species on the Socotra islands in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, may gain UNESCO recognition in July as a world natural heritage site. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA
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April 24, 2008
A Saudi businessman (L) checks the sap of a Dragon's Blood tree, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain, or...
Sanaa, Yemen
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A Saudi businessman (L) checks the sap of a Dragon's Blood tree, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain, or blood of the two brothers, in the Socotra island March 27, 2008. Prized for its red medicinal sap, the Dragon's Blood is the most striking of 900 plant species on the Socotra islands in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, may gain UNESCO recognition in July as a world natural heritage site. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA
RTR1ZTT1
April 24, 2008
A Dragon's Blood tree, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain, or blood of the two brothers, is seen in the...
Sanaa, Yemen
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A Dragon's Blood tree, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain, or blood of the two brothers, is seen in the Socotra island March 27, 2008. Prized for its red medicinal sap, the Dragon's Blood is the most striking of 900 plant species on the Socotra islands in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, may gain UNESCO recognition in July as a world natural heritage site. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN)
YEMEN
RTR1ZTT0
April 24, 2008
Dragon's Blood trees, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain, or blood of the two brothers, are seen in the...
Sanaa, Yemen
To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA
Dragon's Blood trees, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain, or blood of the two brothers, are seen in the Socotra island March 27, 2008. Prized for its red medicinal sap, the Dragon's Blood is the most striking of 900 plant species on the Socotra islands in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, may gain UNESCO recognition in July as a world natural heritage site. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA/
RTR1ZTN1
April 24, 2008
Dragon's Blood trees, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain, or blood of the two brothers, are seen on Socotra...
Sanaa, Yemen
To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA
Dragon's Blood trees, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain, or blood of the two brothers, are seen on Socotra island March 27, 2008. Prized for its red medicinal sap, the Dragon's Blood is the most striking of 900 plant species on the Socotra islands in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, may gain UNESCO recognition in July as a world natural heritage site. Picture taken on March 27, 2008. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah/Files (YEMEN)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA/
RTR1ZTN0
April 24, 2008
Two visitors tour among Dragon's Blood trees, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain, or blood of the two brothers,...
Sanaa, Yemen
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Two visitors tour among Dragon's Blood trees, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain, or blood of the two brothers, on Socotra island March 27, 2008. Prized for its red medicinal sap, the Dragon's Blood is the most striking of 900 plant species on the Socotra islands in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, may gain UNESCO recognition in July as a world natural heritage site. Picture taken on March 27, 2008. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah/Files (YEMEN)
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