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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MEXICO-HOMEBIRTH
RTS3EECA
June 19, 2020
Luz Carrera Lopez, a midwife, checks the heartbeat of Karla Lopez Rangel's, 24, foetus as she experiences...
Mexico City, Mexico
The Wider Image: "Hospitals are too risky": home birth in Mexico City
Luz Carrera Lopez, a midwife, checks the heartbeat of Karla Lopez Rangel's, 24, foetus as she experiences contractions at her home, where she plans to give birth, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Xochimilco, Mexico City, Mexico, May 24, 2020. "I thought it was too risky," said Lopez "I was terrified of not knowing what could happen if I entered the hospital." REUTERS/Gustavo Graf SEARCH "COVID-19 MEXICO BIRTH" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
POPE-IRELAND/
RTS1Y8A9
August 21, 2018
A foetus model are seen on a pro-life stall at the Pastoral Congress at the World Meeting of Families...
Dublin, Ireland
A foetus model are seen on a Pro-Life stall at the Pastoral Congress at the World Meeting of Families...
A foetus model are seen on a pro-life stall at the Pastoral Congress at the World Meeting of Families in Dublin, Ireland August 21, 2018. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
POPE-IRELAND/
RTS1Y8A6
August 21, 2018
Foetus models are seen on a pro-life stall at the Pastoral Congress at the World Meeting of Families...
Dublin, Ireland
Foetus models are seen on a pro-life stall at the Pastoral Congress at the World Meeting of Families...
Foetus models are seen on a pro-life stall at the Pastoral Congress at the World Meeting of Families in Dublin, Ireland August 21, 2018. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
HALLOWEEN-MEXICO/ZOMBIE CAKES
RTX1U29N
October 31, 2015
Logan Rios, 5, eats a bloody ear made of gummy candy and red jelly at the Zombie Gourmet homemade candy...
Mexico City, Mexico
Rios eats a bloody ear made of gummy candy and red jelly at the Zombie Gourmet homemade candy manufacturer...
Logan Rios, 5, eats a bloody ear made of gummy candy and red jelly at the Zombie Gourmet homemade candy manufacturer on the outskirts of Mexico City October 30, 2015. A candy maker in Mexico is raising the stakes this Halloween when it comes to spooky with chewable candy ears and an edible candy foetus for the ultimate prankster. Joyce Martias set up her business, "Zombie Gourmet," from her home, with the objective of making the scariest treats for all occasions. Halloween is her peak season, with family candy packs of bloody feet, eyes, ears and noses retailing for 850 Mexican pesos ($51 U.S.). REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
HALLOWEEN-MEXICO/ZOMBIE CAKES
RTX1U29M
October 31, 2015
Alejandra Rodriguez, 8, eats a bloody nose made of gummy candy and red jelly at the Zombie Gourmet homemade...
Mexico City, Mexico
Rodriguez eats a bloody nose made of gummy candy and red jelly at the Zombie Gourmet homemade candy manufacturer...
Alejandra Rodriguez, 8, eats a bloody nose made of gummy candy and red jelly at the Zombie Gourmet homemade candy manufacturer on the out skirts of Mexico City October 30, 2015. A candy maker in Mexico is raising the stakes this Halloween when it comes to spooky with chewable candy ears and an edible candy foetus for the ultimate prankster. Joyce Martias set up her business, "Zombie Gourmet," from her home, with the objective of making the scariest treats for all occasions. Halloween is her peak season, with family candy packs of bloody feet, eyes, ears and noses retailing for 850 Mexican pesos ($51 U.S.). REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
HALLOWEEN-MEXICO/ZOMBIE CAKES
RTX1U25I
October 31, 2015
A bloody zombie hand made of gummy candy and red jelly is pictured at the Zombie Gourmet homemade candy...
Mexico City, Mexico
A bloody zombie hand made of gummy candy and red jelly is pictured at the Zombie Gourmet homemade candy...
A bloody zombie hand made of gummy candy and red jelly is pictured at the Zombie Gourmet homemade candy manufacturer on the outskirts of Mexico City October 30, 2015. A candy maker in Mexico is raising the stakes this Halloween when it comes to spooky with chewable candy ears and an edible candy foetus for the ultimate prankster. Joyce Martias set up her business, "Zombie Gourmet," from her home, with the objective of making the scariest treats for all occasions. Halloween is her peak season, with family candy packs of bloody feet, eyes, ears and noses retailing for 850 Mexican pesos ($51 U.S.). REUTERS/Carlos Jasso TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-PANDA/
RTX1OUKZ
August 19, 2015
An ultrasound image of the National Zoo's giant panda Mei Xiang is pictured in this handout photograph...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Handout photograph shows an ultrasound image of Smithsonian National Zoo giant panda Mei Xiang.
An ultrasound image of the National Zoo's giant panda Mei Xiang is pictured in this handout photograph taken and released on August 19, 2015. Mei Xiang is believed to be carrying a developing fetus and could give birth in coming weeks, the Washington zoo said on Wednesday. Veterinarians detected a 1.6-inch (4-cm) fetus during a Wednesday ultrasound, the zoo said in a statement. REUTERS/Smithsonian's National Zoo/Handout via Reuters FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
EUROZONE-GREECE/BAILOUT
RTX1NUJ8
August 11, 2015
A man makes his way past a stencil painted by street artist Flip, depicting an unborn child and the words...
Athens, Greece
A man makes his way past a stencil painted by street artist Flip in Athens
A man makes his way past a stencil painted by street artist Flip, depicting an unborn child and the words "Welcome...you owe to TROIKA 36730 euros" in Athens, August 11, 2015. Greece and its international lenders clinched a multi-billion-euro bailout agreement on Tuesday after marathon talks through the night, officials said, raising hopes aid can be disbursed in time for a major debt repayment falling due in days. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
EUROZONE-GREECE/BAILOUT
RTX1NUJ7
August 11, 2015
A man makes his way past a stencil painted by street artist Flip, depicting an unborn child and the words...
Athens, Greece
A man makes his way past a stencil painted by street artist Flip in Athens
A man makes his way past a stencil painted by street artist Flip, depicting an unborn child and the words "Welcome...you owe to TROIKA 36730 euros" in Athens, August 11, 2015. Greece and its international lenders clinched a multi-billion-euro bailout agreement on Tuesday after marathon talks through the night, officials said, raising hopes aid can be disbursed in time for a major debt repayment falling due in days. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
CHILE-ABORTION/
RTX1N2DF
August 04, 2015
Archbishop Gonzalo Duarte prays as he holds a fetus figurine and a baby outside Congress during a rally...
Valparaiso, Chile
Duarte prays as he holds a fetus figurine and a baby outside Congress during a rally against the draft...
Archbishop Gonzalo Duarte prays as he holds a fetus figurine and a baby outside Congress during a rally against the draft law of the Chilean government which seeks to legalize abortion, in Valparaiso, August 4, 2015. President Michelle Bachelet's push to relax strict abortion laws in socially conservative Chile has created a rift inside her ruling coalition and key elements of the reform are likely to be scratched. Bachelet's proposals would allow an abortion if a mother's life is in danger, if a fetus is unviable or when a pregnancy is a result of rape. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
CHILE-WOMEN-ABORTION/
RTR4UJHH
March 23, 2015
Women wearing medical clothing hold fake fetuses during a rally against the draft law of the Chilean...
Santiago, Chile
Women wearing medical clothing hold fake fetuses during a rally against the draft law of the Chilean...
Women wearing medical clothing hold fake fetuses during a rally against the draft law of the Chilean government which seeks to legalize abortion, in Santiago, March 23, 2015. Chile is considering a bill to ease a complete ban on abortion that would allow the potentially life-saving procedure under certain circumstances and has a high chance of being passed by lawmakers, a rights group said. The draft law introduced to Congress last week would permit abortion when a mother's life is at risk, when a fetus would not survive the pregnancy or in the case of rape. The banners read, "We will be happier".   REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-WOMEN-ABORTION/
RTR4UJH3
March 23, 2015
A woman holds a fake fetus during a rally against the draft law of the Chilean government which seeks...
Santiago, Chile
Woman holds a fake fetus during a rally against the draft law of the Chilean government which seeks to...
A woman holds a fake fetus during a rally against the draft law of the Chilean government which seeks to legalize abortion, in Santiago, March 23, 2015. Chile is considering a bill to ease a complete ban on abortion that would allow the potentially life-saving procedure under certain circumstances and has a high chance of being passed by lawmakers, a rights group said. The draft law introduced to Congress last week would permit abortion when a mother's life is at risk, when a fetus would not survive the pregnancy or in the case of rape. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHINA-POLLUTION/PARLIAMENT
RTR4S05X
March 04, 2015
Yong Xiaoyan, puts on a nose mask at her office in Beijing December 11, 2014. The office worker said...
Beijing, China
Wider Image: Beijing's Battle for Fresh Air
Yong Xiaoyan, puts on a nose mask at her office in Beijing December 11, 2014. The office worker said she has used the mask everyday since she found out she was pregnant and was concerned that Beijing's air pollution could harm her foetus. The nose mask which was developed by a medical company can filter out tiny particles of pollution, the company said. Awareness of the dangers of Beijing's skies is on the rise, thanks to growing data on its air quality. China will "declare war on pollution," Premier Li Keqiang told parliament in an opening address in 2014. A tougher environmental law took effect on January 1, while a new environment minister took charge on Friday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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CHINA-POLLUTION/PARLIAMENT
RTR4S05M
March 04, 2015
Yong Xiaoyan, wears a nose mask as she works at her office in Beijing December 11, 2014. The office worker...
Beijing, China
Wider Image: Beijing's Battle for Fresh Air
Yong Xiaoyan, wears a nose mask as she works at her office in Beijing December 11, 2014. The office worker said she has used the mask everyday since she found out she was pregnant and was concerned that Beijing's air pollution could harm her foetus. The nose mask which was developed by a medical company can filter out tiny particles of pollution, the company said. Awareness of the dangers of Beijing's skies is on the rise, thanks to growing data on its air quality. China will "declare war on pollution," Premier Li Keqiang told parliament in an opening address in 2014. A tougher environmental law took effect on January 1, while a new environment minister took charge on Friday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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Unborn babies, in 3D - 8 Feb
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ESTONIA-SCIENCE/
RTR4NOXD
January 31, 2015
Doctor Marek Sois looks at the ultrasound scan of mother-to-be Maarja Lants' unborn baby in Tallinn January...
Tallinn, Estonia
Doctor Marek Sois looks at the ultrasound scan of mother-to-be Maarja Lants' unborn baby in Tallinn
Doctor Marek Sois looks at the ultrasound scan of mother-to-be Maarja Lants' unborn baby in Tallinn January 28, 2015. An Estonian 3D technology company has found a way to make pregnancy more exciting, giving parents and loved ones the opportunity to touch their baby before it is even born by printing out 3D foetus models. Picture taken January 28, 2015. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY HEALTH)
ESTONIA-SCIENCE/
RTR4NOXC
January 31, 2015
Haver Jarveoja works on a three-dimensional (3D) print model of an unborn baby in Tallinn January 28,...
Tallinn, Estonia
Haver Jarveoja works on a 3D print model of an unborn baby in Tallinn
Haver Jarveoja works on a three-dimensional (3D) print model of an unborn baby in Tallinn January 28, 2015. An Estonian 3D technology company has found a way to make pregnancy more exciting, giving parents and loved ones the opportunity to touch their baby before it is even born by printing out 3D foetus models. Picture taken January 28, 2015. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY HEALTH)
ESTONIA-SCIENCE/
RTR4NOX5
January 31, 2015
Haver Jarveoja cleans a three-dimensional (3D) print model of an unborn baby in Tallinn January 28, 2015....
Tallinn, Estonia
Haver Jarveoja cleans a 3D print model of an unborn baby in Tallinn
Haver Jarveoja cleans a three-dimensional (3D) print model of an unborn baby in Tallinn January 28, 2015. An Estonian 3D technology company has found a way to make pregnancy more exciting, giving parents and loved ones the opportunity to touch their baby before it is even born by printing out 3D foetus models. Picture taken January 28, 2015. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY HEALTH)
ESTONIA-SCIENCE/
RTR4NOWT
January 31, 2015
Haver Jarveoja cleans a three-dimensional (3D) print model of an unborn baby in Tallinn January 28, 2015....
Tallinn, Estonia
Haver Jarveoja cleans a 3D print model of an unborn baby in Tallinn
Haver Jarveoja cleans a three-dimensional (3D) print model of an unborn baby in Tallinn January 28, 2015. An Estonian 3D technology company has found a way how to make pregnancy more exciting, giving parents and loved ones the opportunity to touch their baby before it is even born by printing out 3D foetus models. Picture taken January 28, 2015. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY HEALTH)
ESTONIA-SCIENCE/
RTR4NOWH
January 31, 2015
A three-dimensional (3D) print model of an unborn baby is pictured in Tallinn January 28, 2015. An Estonian...
Tallinn, Estonia
A 3D print model of an unborn baby is pictured in Tallinn
A three-dimensional (3D) print model of an unborn baby is pictured in Tallinn January 28, 2015. An Estonian 3D technology company has found a way to make pregnancy more exciting, giving parents and loved ones the opportunity to touch their baby before it is even born by printing out 3D foetus models. Picture taken January 28, 2015. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY HEALTH)
ESTONIA-SCIENCE/
RTR4NOW0
January 31, 2015
Mother-to-be Maarja Lants holds a three-dimensional (3D) print model of her unborn baby in Tallinn January...
Tallinn, Estonia
Mother-to-be Maarja Lants holds a 3D print model of her unborn baby in Tallinn
Mother-to-be Maarja Lants holds a three-dimensional (3D) print model of her unborn baby in Tallinn January 28, 2015. An Estonian 3D technology company has found a way to make pregnancy more exciting, giving parents and loved ones the opportunity to touch their baby before it is even born by printing out 3D foetus models. Picture taken January 28, 2015. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY HEALTH)
ESTONIA-SCIENCE/
RTR4NOVQ
January 31, 2015
Mother-to-be Maarja Lants looks at a three-dimensional (3D) print model of her unborn baby in Tallinn...
Tallinn, Estonia
Mother-to-be Maarja Lants looks at a 3D print model of her unborn baby in Tallinn
Mother-to-be Maarja Lants looks at a three-dimensional (3D) print model of her unborn baby in Tallinn January 28, 2015. An Estonian 3D technology company has found a way to make pregnancy more exciting, giving parents and loved ones the opportunity to touch their baby before it is even born by printing out 3D foetus models. Picture taken January 28, 2015. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ESTONIA-SCIENCE/
RTR4NOVF
January 31, 2015
Mother-to-be Maarja Lants looks at a three-dimensional (3D) print model of her unborn baby in Tallinn...
Tallinn, Estonia
Mother-to-be Maarja Lants looks at a 3D print model of her unborn baby in Tallinn
Mother-to-be Maarja Lants looks at a three-dimensional (3D) print model of her unborn baby in Tallinn January 28, 2015. An Estonian 3D technology company has found a way to make pregnancy more exciting, giving parents and loved ones the opportunity to touch their baby before it is even born by printing out 3D foetus models. Picture taken January 28, 2015. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY HEALTH)
FRANCE/
RTX17LBY
January 19, 2014
Young women carry signs as they attend the "Marche Pour la Vie" (March for Life) anti-abortion protest...
Paris, France
Young women carry signs as they attend the "Marche Pour la Vie" (March for Life) anti-abortion protest...
Young women carry signs as they attend the "Marche Pour la Vie" (March for Life) anti-abortion protest march on the eve of an ammendment vote at the National Assembly in Paris, January 19, 2014. Signs reads, in reference to an advertisement for a famous cosmetics company, "Because it (the foetus) is worth it ". REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS)
BRAZIL/
RTX15TPM
November 26, 2013
Manuela Mitre's foetus is monitored by paediatrician Ana Paula (L) after her labour pains began at her...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Manuela Mitre's foetus is monitored by paediatrician Ana Paula after her labour pains began at her home...
Manuela Mitre's foetus is monitored by paediatrician Ana Paula (L) after her labour pains began at her home in Sao Paulo, November 6, 2013. The couple's second child, Gael, was born soon after at home in the presence of their two-year-old daughter, using a technique in which Manuela sat in a pool of warm water, which creates an environment similar to that inside the womb, according to the midwives who assisted. Picture taken November 6, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
BOLIVIA/
RTX127AP
August 01, 2013
A llama foetus, part of an offering to the "Pachamama" (Mother Earth), is burnt over a fire in La Apacheta,...
La Paz, Bolivia
Llama foetus, part of an offering to the "Pachamama" is burnt over a fire in La Apacheta
A llama foetus, part of an offering to the "Pachamama" (Mother Earth), is burnt over a fire in La Apacheta, about 30 km (19 miles) off the outskirts of La Paz, August 1, 2013. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to "Pachamama" to give thanks for their farms and health. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama foetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SPORT SOCCER)
USA-ABORTION/TEXAS
RTX11LIL
July 12, 2013
Texas State Democratic Senator Judith Zaffirini holds a graphic image of a foetus at 20 weeks, as the...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Texas State Democratic Senator Zaffirini holds a graphic image of a foetus at 20 weeks in Austin, Texas...
Texas State Democratic Senator Judith Zaffirini holds a graphic image of a foetus at 20 weeks, as the state Senate meets to consider legislation restricting abortion rights in Austin, Texas July 12, 2013. The Republican proposal that would ban most abortions in Texas after 20 weeks of pregnancy moved toward a possible final vote in the state Senate Friday, and Democrats fiercely opposed to the measure conceded they will not be able to stop it. REUTERS/Mike Stone (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
BOLIVIA/
RTX10VB7
June 20, 2013
A Bolivian Aymara woman holds an offering consisting of a llama fetus during celebrations bidding goodbye...
La Paz, Bolivia
A Bolivian Aymara woman holds an offering consisting of a llama fetus during celebrations bidding goodbye...
A Bolivian Aymara woman holds an offering consisting of a llama fetus during celebrations bidding goodbye to the old Aymara year in La Paz June 20, 2013. Winter solstice coincides with the Aymara new year that begins on Friday. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
TAIWAN/
RTR3DHID
February 08, 2013
A cobra embryo is displayed at a snake farm ahead of the Spring Festival in Tainan, southern Taiwan,...
Tainan, Taiwan
A cobra embryo is displayed at a snake farm ahead of the Spring Festival in Tainan
A cobra embryo is displayed at a snake farm ahead of the Spring Festival in Tainan, southern Taiwan, February 5, 2013. Eating cobra eggs with embryo is believed to be good for health, according to snake farm owner Huang Kuo-nan. The Lunar New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, begins on February 10 and marks the start of the Year of the Snake, according to the Chinese zodiac. Picture taken February 5, 2013. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
HONDURAS/
RTR3A7MP
November 09, 2012
A plastinated human fetus is seen at the "Body Worlds" exhibition by Gunther von Hagen in Tegucigalpa...
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
A plastinated human fetus is seen at the "Body Worlds" exhibition by Gunther von Hagen in Tegucigalpa...
A plastinated human fetus is seen at the "Body Worlds" exhibition by Gunther von Hagen in Tegucigalpa November 8, 2012. German anatomist Von Hagen invented plastination, the method for preserving biological tissue specimens. The exhibition displays whole bodies plastinated in lifelike poses and dissected to show various structures and system of the human anatomy. Picture taken November 8, 2012 REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NIRELAND-ABORTION/
RTR39A89
October 18, 2012
A pro-life campaigner holds up a model of a 12-week-old embryo during a protest outside the Marie Stopes...
Belfast, United Kingdom
A pro-life campaigner holds up a model of a 12-week-old embryo during a protest outside the Marie Stopes...
A pro-life campaigner holds up a model of a 12-week-old embryo during a protest outside the Marie Stopes clinic in Belfast October 18, 2012. The first private clinic offering abortions opened in Northern Ireland on Thursday, making access to abortion much easier for women in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
IRELAND-ABORTION/
RTR38SE0
October 04, 2012
Bernadette Smyth, Director of the Precious Life organisation, poses for a photograph in her office with...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Bernadette Smyth, Director of the Precious Life organisation, poses for a photograph in her office with...
Bernadette Smyth, Director of the Precious Life organisation, poses for a photograph in her office with a life size replica of a foetus at twenty weeks, in Belfast, Northern Ireland September 27, 2012. The issue pitches Ireland's Catholic conservatives against a younger secular generation at a time when the church's grip on society is weakening and the European Union, of which Ireland is a member, is demanding a review of its laws. Photograph taken on September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
IRELAND-ABORTION/
RTR38QTJ
October 03, 2012
Bernadette Smyth, Director of the Precious Life organisation, poses for a photograph in her office with...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Bernadette Smyth, Director of the Precious Life organisation, poses for a photograph in her office with...
Bernadette Smyth, Director of the Precious Life organisation, poses for a photograph in her office with a life size replica of a foetus at twenty weeks, in Belfast, Northern Ireland September 27, 2012. Photograph taken on September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA/
RTR36TZK
August 14, 2012
Schoenbrunn zoo director Dagmar Schratter displays an ultrasonic image of an elephant foetus during a...
Vienna, Austria
Schoenbrunn zoo director Dagmar Schratter displays an ultrasonic image of an elephant foetus during a...
Schoenbrunn zoo director Dagmar Schratter displays an ultrasonic image of an elephant foetus during a news conference in Vienna, August 14, 2012. The image shows an elephant foetus sized 10.6 cm (4.2 inches) on day 141 of the pregnancy of it's mother Tonga, in Schoenbrunn zoo in Vienna taken April 18, 2012. This is the first worldwide successful insemination of an African elephant using frozen sperm taken from a wild elephant bull in South Africa, the zoo said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BRITAIN
RTR31EK8
April 30, 2012
Employee Hanae Tsuji poses with artist Leonardo da Vinci's drawing "studies of the foetus in the womb...
London, United Kingdom
Employee Hanae Tsuji poses with artist Leonardo da Vinci's drawing "studies of the foetus in the womb...
Employee Hanae Tsuji poses with artist Leonardo da Vinci's drawing "studies of the foetus in the womb c.1510-13" at the Queen's Gallery at Buckingham Palace in London April 30, 2012. The exhibition "Leonardo da Vinci : Anatomist" opens Friday and runs to October 7, 2012. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT ROYALS HEALTH)
HUNGARY
RTR308OF
April 02, 2012
A visitor looks at a preserved human body on display at an exhibition in Budapest's Vam Design Center...
Budapest, Hungary
A visitor looks at a preserved human body on display at an exhibition in Budapest's Vam Design Center...
A visitor looks at a preserved human body on display at an exhibition in Budapest's Vam Design Center April 2, 2012. The exhibition showcases dissected real human body specimens that are preserved through an innovative process and respectfully presented, giving visitors the opportunity to view the beauty and complexity of their own organs and systems. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ITALY/
RTR2RMPC
September 21, 2011
A seven-week-old plastinated foetus (bottom) is seen in front of a 26-week-old plastinated foetus during...
Rome, Italy
A seven-week-old plastinated foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen...
A seven-week-old plastinated foetus (bottom) is seen in front of a 26-week-old plastinated foetus during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen in Rome September 21, 2011. Von Hagen is a German anatomist who invented plastination, the method for preserving biological tissue specimens. The exhibition shows whole bodies plastinated in lifelike poses and dissected to show various structures and system of human anatomy. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ITALY/
RTR2RMO8
September 21, 2011
A plastinated foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen in Rome September...
Rome, Italy
A plastinated foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen in Rome
A plastinated foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen in Rome September 21, 2011. Von Hagen is a German anatomist who invented plastination, the method for preserving biological tissue specimens. The exhibition shows whole bodies plastinated in lifelike poses and dissected to show various structures and system of human anatomy. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ITALY/
RTR2RMO4
September 21, 2011
A plastinated foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen in Rome September...
Rome, Italy
A plastinated foetus posed is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen in Rome
A plastinated foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen in Rome September 21, 2011. Von Hagen is a German anatomist who invented plastination, the method for preserving biological tissue specimens. The exhibition shows whole bodies plastinated in lifelike poses and dissected to show various structures and system of human anatomy. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ITALY/
RTR2RMMC
September 21, 2011
A plastinated human body with a foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen...
Rome, Italy
A plastinated human body with a foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen...
A plastinated human body with a foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen in Rome September 21, 2011. Von Hagen is a German anatomist who invented plastination, the method of preserving biological tissue specimens. The exhibition shows whole bodies plastinated in lifelike poses and dissected to show various structures and system of human anatomy. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ITALY/
RTR2RMLF
September 21, 2011
A plastinated skeleton of a five-month-old foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther...
Rome, Italy
A plastinated skeleton of a five-month-old foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther...
A plastinated skeleton of a five-month-old foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen in Rome September 21, 2011. Von Hagen is a German anatomist who invented plastination, the method of preserving biological tissue specimens. The exhibition shows whole bodies plastinated in lifelike poses and dissected to show various structures and system of human anatomy. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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September 21, 2011
A visitor looks at a plastinated foetus during the "Body Worlds" exhibition by Gunther von Hagen in Rome...
Rome, Italy
A visitor looks at a plastinated foetus during the "Body Worlds" exhibition by Gunther von Hagen in Rome...
A visitor looks at a plastinated foetus during the "Body Worlds" exhibition by Gunther von Hagen in Rome September 21, 2011. Von Hagen is a German anatomist who invented plastination, the method of preserving biological tissue specimens, according to the organizers. The exhibition shows whole bodies plastinated in lifelike poses and dissected to show various structures and system of human anatomy. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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August 01, 2011
A llama fetus is seen during celebrations in honour of "Pachamama" (mother earth) in La Cumbre, some...
LA CUMBRE, Bolivia
A llama fetus is seen during celebrations in honour of "Pachamama" (mother earth) in La Cumbre
A llama fetus is seen during celebrations in honour of "Pachamama" (mother earth) in La Cumbre, some 30 km (19 miles) on the outskirts of La Paz August 1, 2011. According to Andean culture, the month of August is the time to give offerings to "Pachamama" (mother earth). For these rituals, the Aymaras make offerings with coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dry fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol. The indigenous give thanks for their farms and their health. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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July 07, 2011
Executive Director of Alternatives Pregnancy Center Janet Lyons points to a plastic replica of a fetus...
Waterloo, UNITED STATES
Executive Director of Alternatives Pregnancy Center Lyons points to a plastic replica of a fetus at the...
Executive Director of Alternatives Pregnancy Center Janet Lyons points to a plastic replica of a fetus at twelve weeks which is used to show women who come into the center to find out if they are pregnant and what the stage of growth looks like, in presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann's (R-MN) hometown of Waterloo, Iowa, July 6, 2011. Voters in the Iowa caucus and the New Hampshire primary will be the first to cast ballots in the upcoming U.S. Presidential race. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY HEALTH)
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June 21, 2011
Llama fetus are seen as part of an offering during sunrise of the winter solstice ceremony in Tiwanaku,...
Tiwanaku, Bolivia
Llama fetus are seen as part of an offering during sunrise of the winter solstice ceremony in Tiwanaku...
Llama fetus are seen as part of an offering during sunrise of the winter solstice ceremony in Tiwanaku, 70 km (43.5 miles) from La Paz June 21, 2011. The solstice coincides with the Aymara Indian New Year. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ANNIVERSARY ANIMALS)
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March 16, 2011
Female environmental activists from the League of Independent Activists (IndyACT) wearing t-shirts depicting...
Beirut, Lebanon
Female environmental activists pretend to be pregnant as they stage a protest outside the parliament...
Female environmental activists from the League of Independent Activists (IndyACT) wearing t-shirts depicting an infant, pretend to be pregnant as they stage a protest outside the parliament building in Beirut, March 16, 2011, where lawmakers are holding a session on the tobacco control law which is supposed to ban smoking in enclosed public spaces. REUTERS/Cynthia Karam (LEBANON - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS HEALTH CIVIL UNREST)
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January 24, 2011
A pro-life protester shows off a model of a human foetus during the annual March for Life in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A pro-life protester shows off a model of a human foetus during the annual March for Life in Washington...
A pro-life protester shows off a model of a human foetus during the annual March for Life in Washington January 24, 2011. On the 38th anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade abortion-rights decision, thousands marched to the U.S. Supreme Court to voice their opposition to abortion rights. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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October 14, 2010
A woman touches an eight-month old fetus exhibit during an exhibition titled "Myth of the Human Bodies"...
Manila, Philippines
A woman touches an eight-month old fetus exhibit during an exhibition titled "Myth of the Human Bodies"...
A woman touches an eight-month old fetus exhibit during an exhibition titled "Myth of the Human Bodies" in Manila October 14, 2010. Real human body samples in the exhibition are made possible by plastination, a body-preservation technique developed by German anatomist Gunther von Hagens. The exhibition is in the Philippines for six months. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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August 24, 2010
A cemetery employee carries a coffin containing a foetus during the first funeral for illegally aborted...
Vina Del Mar, Chile
A cemetery employee carries a coffin containing a foetus in Vina del Mar
A cemetery employee carries a coffin containing a foetus during the first funeral for illegally aborted foetuses, near a mausoleum for them in Vina del Mar August 24, 2010. The Catholic movement Vida Familia Sociedad (Life Family Society) last month founded what would be, according to the movement, the first mausoleum for illegally aborted foetuses. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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July 09, 2010
A shaman, holding apparel with the colours of Spain, performs a good luck ritual with a llama foetus...
Lima, Peru
A shaman, holding apparel with the colours of Spain, performs a good luck ritual with a llama foetus...
A shaman, holding apparel with the colours of Spain, performs a good luck ritual with a llama foetus in Lima July 9, 2010. Spain and the Netherlands will play in the World Cup final on Sunday. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: ODDLY SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
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July 09, 2010
A shaman, holding apparel with the colours of Spain, performs a good luck ritual with a llama foetus...
Lima, Peru
A shaman, holding apparel with the colours of Spain, performs a good luck ritual with a llama foetus...
A shaman, holding apparel with the colours of Spain, performs a good luck ritual with a llama foetus in Lima July 9, 2010. Spain and the Netherlands will play in the World Cup final on Sunday. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: ODDLY SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
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March 07, 2010
Protesters show a figurine of a foetus during a march to protest changes to Spanish law making abortion...
Madrid, Spain
Protesters show a figurine of a foetus during a march to protest changes to Spanish law making abortion...
Protesters show a figurine of a foetus during a march to protest changes to Spanish law making abortion easier in Madrid March 7, 2010. Thousands of anti-abortion demonstrators thronged central Madrid on Sunday to protest against changes to Spanish law which will make it easier for women to seek a termination. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
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March 07, 2010
Protesters show a figurine of a foetus during a march to protest changes to Spanish law making abortion...
Madrid, Spain
Protesters show a figurine of a foetus during a march to protest changes to Spanish law making abortion...
Protesters show a figurine of a foetus during a march to protest changes to Spanish law making abortion easier in Madrid March 7, 2010. Thousands of anti-abortion demonstrators thronged central Madrid on Sunday to protest against changes to Spanish law which will make it easier for women to seek a termination. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
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June 24, 2009
A foetus that died before it was born is seen during "Bodies: The Exhibition", an international exhibition,...
Lima, Peru
A foetus that died before it was born is seen during an international exhibition by Hagens in Lima
A foetus that died before it was born is seen during "Bodies: The Exhibition", an international exhibition, by Gunther Von Hagens in Lima June 24, 2009. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (PERU SOCIETY)
PERU/
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June 24, 2009
A visitor looks at a foetus that died before it was born during "Bodies: The Exhibition", an international...
Lima, Peru
A visitor looks at a foetus that died before it was born during an international exhibition by Hagens...
A visitor looks at a foetus that died before it was born during "Bodies: The Exhibition", an international exhibition, by Gunther Von Hagens in Lima June 24, 2009. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (PERU SOCIETY)
PERU/
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June 24, 2009
A visitor looks at a foetus that died before it was born during "Bodies: The Exhibition", an international...
Lima, Peru
A visitor looks at a foetus that died before it was born by Hagens in Lima
A visitor looks at a foetus that died before it was born during "Bodies: The Exhibition", an international exhibition, by Gunther Von Hagens in Lima June 24, 2009. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (PERU SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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June 18, 2009
Secretary-General and spokesman of Spain's Bishops' Conference Bishop Juan Antonio Martinez Camino speaks...
Madrid, Spain
Secretary-General and spokesman of Spain's Bishops' Conference Bishop Camino speaks during news conference...
Secretary-General and spokesman of Spain's Bishops' Conference Bishop Juan Antonio Martinez Camino speaks during a news conference at the Catholic Church headquarters in Madrid June 18, 2009. Bishop Camino talked about the Socialist government's new reforms on abortion. Spanish law currently only allows abortions in cases of rape, if a foetus is damaged or if the pregnancy could endanger the physical or mental health of the mother. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN RELIGION POLITICS HEALTH)
SPAIN/
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June 18, 2009
Secretary-General and spokesman of Spain's Bishops' Conference Bishop Juan Antonio Martinez Camino speaks...
Madrid, Spain
Secretary-General and spokesman of Spain's Bishops' Conference Bishop Camino speaks during news conference...
Secretary-General and spokesman of Spain's Bishops' Conference Bishop Juan Antonio Martinez Camino speaks during a news conference at the Catholic Church headquarters in Madrid June 18, 2009. Bishop Camino talked about the Socialist government's new reforms on abortion. Spanish law currently only allows abortions in cases of rape, if a foetus is damaged or if the pregnancy could endanger the physical or mental health of the mother. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN RELIGION HEALTH POLITICS)
SPAIN/
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June 18, 2009
Secretary-General and spokesman of Spain's Bishops' Conference Bishop Juan Antonio Martinez Camino arrives...
Madrid, Spain
Secretary-General and spokesman of Spain's Bishops' Conference Bishop Camino arrives to hold news conference...
Secretary-General and spokesman of Spain's Bishops' Conference Bishop Juan Antonio Martinez Camino arrives to hold a news conference at the Catholic Church headquarters in Madrid June 18, 2009. Bishop Camino talked about the Socialist government's new reforms on abortion. Spanish law currently only allows abortions in cases of rape, if a foetus is damaged or if the pregnancy could endanger the physical or mental health of the mother. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN RELIGION HEALTH POLITICS)
SPAIN/
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June 18, 2009
Secretary-General and spokesman of Spain's Bishops' Conference Bishop Juan Antonio Martinez Camino speaks...
Madrid, Spain
Secretary-General and spokesman of Spain's Bishops' Conference Bishop Camino speaks during news conference...
Secretary-General and spokesman of Spain's Bishops' Conference Bishop Juan Antonio Martinez Camino speaks during a news conference at the Catholic Church headquarters in Madrid June 18, 2009. Bishop Camino talked about the Socialist government's new reforms on abortion. Spanish law currently only allows abortions in cases of rape, if a foetus is damaged or if the pregnancy could endanger the physical or mental health of the mother. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN RELIGION HEALTH POLITICS)
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