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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CZECH-ZOO
RTX88M7H
November 10, 2020
An Indian gharial crocodile swims in a pool at closed Prague Zoo amid coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Prague, Czech Republic
Animals at Prague Zoo amid coronavirus disease restrictions
An Indian gharial crocodile swims in a pool at closed Prague Zoo amid coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Prague, Czech Republic, November 10, 2020. REUTERS/David W Cerny
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CZECH-ZOO
RTX88M6B
November 10, 2020
An Indian gharial crocodile eats a fish in a pool at closed Prague Zoo amid coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Prague, Czech Republic
Animals at Prague Zoo amid coronavirus disease restrictions
An Indian gharial crocodile eats a fish in a pool at closed Prague Zoo amid coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Prague, Czech Republic, November 10, 2020. The zoo offers meal vouchers for people to contribute to feed its animals as a part of a fundraising project during lockdown. REUTERS/David W Cerny
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CZECH-ZOO
RTX88M4S
November 10, 2020
An Indian gharial crocodile eats a fish in a pool at closed Prague Zoo amid coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Prague, Czech Republic
Animals at Prague Zoo amid coronavirus disease restrictions in Prague
An Indian gharial crocodile eats a fish in a pool at closed Prague Zoo amid coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Prague, Czech Republic, November 10, 2020. The zoo offers meal vouchers for people to contribute to feed its animals as a part of a fundraising project during lockdown. REUTERS/David W Cerny
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CZECH-ZOO
RTX88M4R
November 10, 2020
An Indian gharial crocodile eats a fish in a pool at closed Prague Zoo amid coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Prague, Czech Republic
Animals at Prague Zoo amid coronavirus disease restrictions
An Indian gharial crocodile eats a fish in a pool at closed Prague Zoo amid coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Prague, Czech Republic, November 10, 2020. The zoo offers meal vouchers for people to contribute to feed its animals as a part of a fundraising project during lockdown. REUTERS/David W Cerny
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CZECH-ZOO
RTX88M4K
November 10, 2020
An Indian gharial crocodile eats a fish in a pool at closed Prague Zoo amid coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Prague, Czech Republic
Animals at Prague Zoo amid coronavirus disease restrictions in Prague
An Indian gharial crocodile eats a fish in a pool at closed Prague Zoo amid coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Prague, Czech Republic, November 10, 2020. The zoo offers meal vouchers for people to contribute to feed its animals as a part of a fundraising project during lockdown. REUTERS/David W Cerny
CZECH-ANIMALS/
RTS8ZV8
March 02, 2016
An Indian gharial crocodile swims in a pool at Prague Zoo, Czech Republic, March 2, 2016. REUTERS/David...
Prague, Czech Republic
An Indian gharial crocodile swims in a pool at Prague Zoo
An Indian gharial crocodile swims in a pool at Prague Zoo, Czech Republic, March 2, 2016. REUTERS/David W Cerny
NEPAL
RTR2XB51
February 04, 2012
Prem Sharma, the care taker of the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center checks on a narrow snouted crocodile...
Chitwan, Nepal
Prem Sharma, the care taker of the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center checks on a narrow snouted crocodile...
Prem Sharma, the care taker of the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center checks on a narrow snouted crocodile at the Chitwan National Park in Chitwan, south west from Kathmandu February 4, 2012. The endangered species is bred in captivity and released into the wild after they become adult at the National Park southern Nepal. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NEPAL
RTR2XB4Y
February 04, 2012
Narrow snouted crocodiles bask in the sun in captivity at the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center at...
Chitwan, Nepal
Narrow snouted crocodiles bask in the sun in captivity at the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center at...
Narrow snouted crocodiles bask in the sun in captivity at the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center at Chitwan National Park in Chitwan, south west from Kathmandu February 4, 2012. The endangered species is bred in captivity and released into the wild after they become adult at the National Park southern Nepal. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NEPAL
RTR2XB4X
February 04, 2012
A narrow snouted crocodile swims at a pond in captivity at the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center at...
Chitwan, Nepal
A narrow snouted crocodile swims at a pond in captivity at the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center at...
A narrow snouted crocodile swims at a pond in captivity at the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center at Chitwan National Park in Chitwan, south west from Kathmandu February 4, 2012. The endangered species is bred in captivity and released into the wild after they become adult at the National Park southern Nepal. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NEPAL
RTR2XB4T
February 04, 2012
A narrow snouted crocodile basks in the sun in captivity at the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center at...
Chitwan, Nepal
A narrow snouted crocodile basks in the sun in captivity at the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center at...
A narrow snouted crocodile basks in the sun in captivity at the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center at Chitwan National Park in Chitwan, south west from Kathmandu February 4, 2012. The endangered species is bred in captivity and released into the wild after they become adult at the National Park southern Nepal. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NEPAL
RTR2XB4P
February 04, 2012
Narrow snouted crocodiles bask in the sun in captivity at the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center at...
Chitwan, Nepal
Narrow snouted crocodiles bask in the sun in captivity at the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center in...
Narrow snouted crocodiles bask in the sun in captivity at the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center at Chitwan National Park in Chitwan, south west from Kathmandu February 4, 2012. The endangered species is bred in captivity and released into the wild after they become adult at the National Park southern Nepal. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NEPAL
RTR2XB4K
February 04, 2012
Prem Sharma, the care taker of the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center holds a narrow snouted crocodile...
Chitwan, Nepal
Prem Sharma holds a narrow snouted crocodile before brushing its teeth at the Chitwan National Park in...
Prem Sharma, the care taker of the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center holds a narrow snouted crocodile before brushing its teeth at the Chitwan National Park in Chitwan, south west from Kathmandu February 4, 2012. The endangered species is bred in captivity and released into the wild after they become adult at the National Park southern Nepal. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NEPAL
RTR2XB4F
February 04, 2012
Prem Sharma, the care taker of the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center, brushes the teeth of a narrow...
Chitwan, Nepal
Prem Sharma brushes the teeth of a narrow snouted crocodile at the Chitwan National Park in Chitwan
Prem Sharma, the care taker of the Gharial (Crocodile) breeding center, brushes the teeth of a narrow snouted crocodile at the Chitwan National Park in Chitwan, south west from Kathmandu February 4, 2012. The endangered species is bred in captivity and released into the wild after they become adult at the National Park southern Nepal. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDIA/
RTR20IB8
July 31, 2008
Gharials hatch from their eggs inside an enclosure at a Gharial rehabilitation centre in the northern...
Lucknow, India
Gharials hatch from their eggs in the northern Indian city of Lucknow
Gharials hatch from their eggs inside an enclosure at a Gharial rehabilitation centre in the northern Indian city of Lucknow July 31, 2008. REUTERS/Pawan Kumar (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1T10K
August 23, 2007
Gharial crocodiles rest beside a pond at their enclosure at a crocodile centre in the northern Indian...
Lucknow, India
Gharial crocodiles rest beside a pond at their enclosure at a crocodile centre in Lucknow
Gharial crocodiles rest beside a pond at their enclosure at a crocodile centre in the northern Indian city of Lucknow August 23, 2007. REUTERS/Pawan Kumar (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1T10H
August 23, 2007
A Gharial crocodile rests besides a pond at his enclosure at a crocodile centre in the northern Indian...
Lucknow, India
A Gharial crocodile rests besides a pond at his enclosure at a crocodile centre in Lucknow
A Gharial crocodile rests besides a pond at his enclosure at a crocodile centre in the northern Indian city of Lucknow August 23, 2007. REUTERS/Pawan Kumar (INDIA)
NEPAL
RTR1NGD9
March 14, 2007
Workers clean a pond near Gharial crocodiles in a zoo in Kathmandu March 14, 2007. REUTERS/Gopal Chitrakar...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Workers clean a pond near Gharial crocodiles in a zoo in Kathmandu
Workers clean a pond near Gharial crocodiles in a zoo in Kathmandu March 14, 2007. REUTERS/Gopal Chitrakar (NEPAL)
NEPAL
RTR1NGD7
March 14, 2007
Gharial crocodiles rest in a zoo in Kathmandu March 14, 2007. REUTERS/Gopal Chitrakar (NEPAL)
Kathmandu, Nepal
Gharial crocodiles rest in a zoo in Kathmandu
Gharial crocodiles rest in a zoo in Kathmandu March 14, 2007. REUTERS/Gopal Chitrakar (NEPAL)
NEPAL
RTR1NGD4
March 14, 2007
A Gharial crocodile rests in a zoo in Kathmandu March 14, 2007. REUTERS/Gopal Chitrakar (NEPAL)
Kathmandu, Nepal
A Gharial crocodile rests in a zoo in Kathmandu
A Gharial crocodile rests in a zoo in Kathmandu March 14, 2007. REUTERS/Gopal Chitrakar (NEPAL)
CATS
RTXNIH3
May 25, 2005
A cat relaxes at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 24, 2005. The park,...
Corbett, India
A cat relaxes at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 24, 2005. The pa.....
A cat relaxes at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 24, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. [Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds. Picture taken on May 24, 2005.]
MONKEYS
RTXNIGP
May 25, 2005
A monkey sits on a branch in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India,...
Corbett, India
A monkey sits on a branch in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in I.....
A monkey sits on a branch in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 25, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered [Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds.]
INDIA
RTRCCF2
May 25, 2005
Picture shows the eye of an elephant at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India,...
Corbett, India
Picture shows the eye of an elephant at Corbett National Park in north India.
Picture shows the eye of an elephant at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 25, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/TC
INDIA
RTRCCEF
May 25, 2005
A park worker rides an elephant at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May...
Corbett, India
A park worker rides an elephant at Corbett National Park, in north India.
A park worker rides an elephant at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 25, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/TC
INDIA
RTRCCE5
May 25, 2005
Picture shows the eye of an elephant at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India,...
Corbett, India
Picture shows the eye of an elephant at Corbett National Park, in north India.
Picture shows the eye of an elephant at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 25, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan PP05050270 DB/TC
INDIA
RTRCCDQ
May 25, 2005
Monkeys sit in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 25, 2005....
Corbett, India
Monkeys sit in the jungle at Corbett National Park in north India.
Monkeys sit in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 25, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/TC
INDIA
RTRCCDB
May 25, 2005
A monkey sits on a branch in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India,...
Corbett, India
A monkey sits on a branch in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern India.
A monkey sits on a branch in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 25, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/TC
INDIA
RTRCCFE
May 24, 2005
A cat relaxes at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 24, 2005. The park,...
Corbett, India
A cat relaxes at Corbett National Park in north India.
A cat relaxes at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 24, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds. Picture taken on May 24, 2005. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/TC
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