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SRILANKA/
RTR3JT9P
April 03, 2014
A manta ray (front) and a hammerhead shark lie dead at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south...
MIRISSA, Sri Lanka
A manta ray and a hammerhead shark lie dead at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri...
A manta ray (front) and a hammerhead shark lie dead at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri Lanka April 3, 2014. More than 100 million sharks are killed each year according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. The fins of hammerhead and oceanic whitetip sharks are in great demand for banquet soups in Asia, and fins can sell for as much as $700 a pound. REUTERS/David Loh (SRI LANKA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
SRILANKA/
RTR3JT98
April 03, 2014
A hammerhead shark lies dead at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri Lanka April 3,...
MIRISSA, Sri Lanka
A hammerhead shark lies dead at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri Lanka
A hammerhead shark lies dead at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri Lanka April 3, 2014. More than 100 million sharks are killed each year according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. The fins of hammerhead and oceanic whitetip sharks are in great demand for banquet soups in Asia, and fins can sell for as much as $700 a pound. REUTERS/David Loh (SRI LANKA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
SRILANKA/
RTR3JT90
April 03, 2014
A man collects the fins of a hammerhead shark at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri...
MIRISSA, Sri Lanka
A man collects the fins of a hammerhead shark at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri...
A man collects the fins of a hammerhead shark at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri Lanka April 3, 2014. More than 100 million sharks are killed each year according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. The fins of hammerhead and oceanic whitetip sharks are in great demand for banquet soups in Asia, and fins can sell for as much as $700 a pound. REUTERS/David Loh (SRI LANKA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
SRILANKA/
RTR3JT8N
April 03, 2014
A man collects the fin of a hammerhead shark at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri...
MIRISSA, Sri Lanka
A man collects the fin of a hammerhead shark at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri...
A man collects the fin of a hammerhead shark at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri Lanka April 3, 2014. More than 100 million sharks are killed each year according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. The fins of hammerhead and oceanic whitetip sharks are in great demand for banquet soups in Asia, and fins can sell for as much as $700 a pound. REUTERS/David Loh (SRI LANKA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
SRILANKA/
RTR3JT8H
April 03, 2014
A man slices the fin of a hammerhead shark at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri...
MIRISSA, Sri Lanka
A man slices the fin of a hammerhead shark at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri...
A man slices the fin of a hammerhead shark at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri Lanka April 3, 2014. More than 100 million sharks are killed each year according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. The fins of hammerhead and oceanic whitetip sharks are in great demand for banquet soups in Asia, and fins can sell for as much as $700 a pound. REUTERS/David Loh (SRI LANKA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
SRILANKA/
RTR3JT7N
April 03, 2014
A man slices the tail of a hammerhead shark at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri...
MIRISSA, Sri Lanka
A man slices the tail of a hammerhead shark at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri...
A man slices the tail of a hammerhead shark at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri Lanka April 3, 2014. More than 100 million sharks are killed each year according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. The fins of hammerhead and oceanic whitetip sharks are in great demand for banquet soups in Asia, and fins can sell for as much as $700 a pound. REUTERS/David Loh (SRI LANKA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
SRILANKA/
RTR3JT78
April 03, 2014
A man slices the fin of a hammerhead shark at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri...
MIRISSA, Sri Lanka
A man slices the fin of a hammerhead shark at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri...
A man slices the fin of a hammerhead shark at the dock of the Mirissa Fisheries Harbour in south Sri Lanka April 3, 2014. More than 100 million sharks are killed each year according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. The fins of hammerhead and oceanic whitetip sharks are in great demand for banquet soups in Asia, and fins can sell for as much as $700 a pound. REUTERS/David Loh (SRI LANKA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
WATCHES-OUTLOOK/
RTX17P6I
January 22, 2014
A model of a hammerhead shark is displayed on the IWC stand as visitors look at new models at the "Salon...
Geneva, Switzerland
A model of a hammerhead shark is displayed on the IWC stand as visitors look at new models at the SIHH...
A model of a hammerhead shark is displayed on the IWC stand as visitors look at new models at the "Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie" (SIHH) exhibition in Geneva January 20, 2014. Swiss luxury watchmakers predict the market will grow this year, expecting rising demand from North America and Europe to more than offset slowing sales to China. Hong Kong and mainland China together accounted for about a quarter of Swiss watch exports. In the eleven months to November the total market was worth 20 billion Swiss francs ($22 billion). Exports to these two markets fell 6 and 15 percent, respectively, in that period. Picture taken January 20, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS BUSINESS)
TRAVEL
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Another World - 9 Sep 2013
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SINGAPORE-VUJICIC/
RTX13858
September 05, 2013
Nick Vujicic, an Australian motivational speaker who was born without limbs, looks on as a hammerhead...
Singapore, Singapore
Vujicic, an Australian motivational speaker who was born without limbs, looks on as a hammerhead shark...
Nick Vujicic, an Australian motivational speaker who was born without limbs, looks on as a hammerhead shark swims past at the Marine Life Park in Singapore September 5, 2013. Vujicic dived in a customized acrylic enclosure that takes in a 360-degree view of the shark habitat at the aquarium. Vujicic is in Singapore to give a motivational talk to a 5,000 strong audience on Saturday. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: SOCIETY)
SINGAPORE-VUJICIC/
RTX1383I
September 05, 2013
Nick Vujicic, an Australian motivational speaker who was born without limbs, looks on as a hammerhead...
Singapore, Singapore
Vujicic, an Australian motivational speaker who was born without limbs, looks on as a hammerhead shark...
Nick Vujicic, an Australian motivational speaker who was born without limbs, looks on as a hammerhead shark swims past at the Marine Life Park in Singapore September 5, 2013. Vujicic dived in a customized acrylic enclosure that takes in a 360-degree view of the shark habitat at the aquarium. Vujicic is in Singapore to give a motivational talk to a 5,000 strong audience on Saturday. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: SOCIETY)
GALAPAGOS/
RTX135D0
September 03, 2013
Hammerhead sharks swim close to Wolf Island at Galapagos Marine Reserve August 19, 2013. Picture taken...
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
Hammerhead sharks swim close to Wolf Island at Galapagos Marine Reserve
Hammerhead sharks swim close to Wolf Island at Galapagos Marine Reserve August 19, 2013. Picture taken August 19, 2013. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (ECUADOR - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TRAVEL ANIMALS)
GALAPAGOS/
RTX135CW
September 03, 2013
A hammerhead shark swims close to Wolf Island at Galapagos Marine Reserve August 19, 2013. Picture taken...
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
A hammerhead shark swims close to Wolf Island at Galapagos Marine Reserve
A hammerhead shark swims close to Wolf Island at Galapagos Marine Reserve August 19, 2013. Picture taken August 19, 2013. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (ECUADOR - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS TRAVEL)
SOMALIA
RTR2TMBH
November 04, 2011
Somali fishermen carry a Hammerhead shark from the shores of the Indian ocean in Hamarweyne district,...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Somali fishermen carry a Hammerhead shark from the shores of the Indian ocean in Hamarweyne district
Somali fishermen carry a Hammerhead shark from the shores of the Indian ocean in Hamarweyne district, Somalia's capital Mogadishu, November 4, 2011. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SOMALIA
RTR2TMB0
November 04, 2011
Somali fishermen carry a Hammerhead shark from the shores of the Indian ocean in Hamarweyne district,...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Somali fishermen carry a Hammerhead shark from the shores of the Indian ocean in Hamarweyne district
Somali fishermen carry a Hammerhead shark from the shores of the Indian ocean in Hamarweyne district, Somalia's capital Mogadishu, November 4, 2011. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR2ORTQ
July 12, 2011
A 4.5 metre (15 feet) long, 1500kg frozen Great Hammerhead Shark is seen at Melbourne Aquarium July 12,...
Melbourne, Australia
A 4.5m frozen Great Hammerhead Shark is seen at Melbourne Aquarium
A 4.5 metre (15 feet) long, 1500kg frozen Great Hammerhead Shark is seen at Melbourne Aquarium July 12, 2011. The shark was caught in Australian waters as a by-catch by commercial fishermen in March 2010. It is housed in a specially designed refrigerated unit and is used as a promotional exhibit to raise awarness of shark conservation. The Great Hammerhead Shark is the largest species of the hammerhead family, it is also the most endangered. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDONESIA/
RTX7F7U
June 28, 2008
A worker displays sharks after unloading them from wooden boats in a fish port in Banyuwangi in Indonesia's...
Banyuwangi, Indonesia
A worker displays sharks after unloading them from wooden boats in a fish port in Banyuwangi
A worker displays sharks after unloading them from wooden boats in a fish port in Banyuwangi in Indonesia's East Java province June 27, 2008. A group of fisherman can catch about 4 to 8 tons of shark during a 15-day period out at sea, a fisherman said. Fishermen traditionally catch sharks during the months of July and August. Picture taken June 27, 2008. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA)
GERMANY/
RTR1WEAD
January 28, 2008
Diving zookeeper David Alonso Garcia tries to measure a hammerhead shark during animal stock taking at...
Hanover, Germany
Zookeeper Garcia tries to measure hammerhead shark during animal stock taking at the Sea Life aquarium...
Diving zookeeper David Alonso Garcia tries to measure a hammerhead shark during animal stock taking at the Sea Life aquarium in Hanover January 28, 2008. The aquarium has about 5.000 mainly salt water fishes. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
FEATURES HAWAII
RTR1LJ6D
January 23, 2007
Olivia Baker, 8, of Portland, Oregon, watches a hammerhead shark swim in the 750,000 gallon tank in the...
WAILUKU, UNITED STATES
The open ocean exhibit at the Maui Ocean Center in Wailuku, Hawaii
Olivia Baker, 8, of Portland, Oregon, watches a hammerhead shark swim in the 750,000 gallon tank in the open ocean exhibit at the Maui Ocean Center:The Hawaiian Aquarium on the island of Maui in Wailuku, Hawaii, January 22, 2007. The Maui Ocean Center is the home of the largest tropical reef aquarium in the United States. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni
MAURITANIA FISHING
RTR1D8AF
May 10, 2006
Fishermen arrive on a wooden fishing boat in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou, March 12, 2006....
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
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Fishermen arrive on a wooden fishing boat in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou, March 12, 2006. Mauritania's shores, where the Sahara meets the Atlantic ocean, are home to one of the world's largest concentrations of fish, crustaceans and molluscs, as well as hammerhead and tiger sharks, dolphins, turtles and rays. Despite its natural wealth and population of just three million, the Islamic Republic, which straddles Arab and black West Africa, is one of the world's poorest nations. To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING REUTERS/Juan Medina
MAURITANIA FISHING
RTR1D8AD
May 10, 2006
Fishermen sit inside a wooden fishing boat in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou, March 12, 2006....
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING
Fishermen sit inside a wooden fishing boat in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou, March 12, 2006. Mauritania's shores, where the Sahara meets the Atlantic ocean, are home to one of the world's largest concentrations of fish, crustaceans and molluscs, as well as hammerhead and tiger sharks, dolphins, turtles and rays. Despite its natural wealth and population of just three million, the Islamic Republic, which straddles Arab and black West Africa, is one of the world's poorest nations. To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING REUTERS/Juan Medina
MAURITANIA FISHING
RTR1D8AC
May 10, 2006
Fishermen stand inside a wooden fishing boat in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou March 12, 2006....
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING
Fishermen stand inside a wooden fishing boat in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou March 12, 2006. Mauritania's shores, where the Sahara meets the Atlantic ocean, are home to one of the world's largest concentrations of fish, crustaceans and molluscs, as well as hammerhead and tiger sharks, dolphins, turtles and rays. Despite its natural wealth and population of just three million, the Islamic Republic, which straddles Arab and black West Africa, is one of the world's poorest nations. To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING REUTERS/Juan Medina
MAURITANIA FISHING
RTR1D8AA
May 10, 2006
A man sits in front of small wooden fishing boats in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou, March 12,...
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING
A man sits in front of small wooden fishing boats in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou, March 12, 2006. Mauritania's shores, where the Sahara meets the Atlantic ocean, are home to one of the world's largest concentrations of fish, crustaceans and molluscs, as well as hammerhead and tiger sharks, dolphins, turtles and rays. Despite its natural wealth and population of just three million, the Islamic Republic, which straddles Arab and black West Africa, is one of the world's poorest nations. To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING REUTERS/Juan Medina
MAURITANIA FISHING
RTR1D8A9
May 10, 2006
Fishermen sit inside small wooden fishing boats in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou March 12,...
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING
Fishermen sit inside small wooden fishing boats in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou March 12, 2006. Mauritania's shores, where the Sahara meets the Atlantic ocean, are home to one of the world's largest concentrations of fish, crustaceans and molluscs, as well as hammerhead and tiger sharks, dolphins, turtles and rays. Despite its natural wealth and population of just three million, the Islamic Republic, which straddles Arab and black West Africa, is one of the world's poorest nations. To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING REUTERS/Juan Medina
INDONESIA
RTR978W
August 25, 2004
A man transports sharks after buying them at a fish auction in the capital of Indonesia's restive Aceh...
Banda Aceh, Indonesia
A man transports hammerhead sharks in Indonesia's restive Aceh province.
A man transports sharks after buying them at a fish auction in the capital of Indonesia's restive Aceh province on August 25, 2004. A hammerhead shark can be sold for up to 100,000 rupiah (US$10.93), a trader said. REUTERS/Tarmizy Harva
INDONESIA
RTR977Y
August 25, 2004
Fish traders display hammerhead sharks during a morning fish auction in the capital of Indonesia's restive...
Banda Aceh, Indonesia
Indonesian traders display hammerhead sharks during a fish auction in Aceh province.
Fish traders display hammerhead sharks during a morning fish auction in the capital of Indonesia's restive Aceh province on August 25, 2004. According to fish dealers, a hammerhead shark can fetch up to 100,000 rupiah (US$10.93). REUTERS/Tarmizy Harva
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