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ISRAEL-ANIMALS/TURTLES
RTX74J6J
September 25, 2019
Yaniv Levi, manager of the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, looks at egg shells from newly-hatched baby...
MIKHMORET, Israel
Yaniv Levi, manager of the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, looks at egg shells from newly-hatched baby...
Yaniv Levi, manager of the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center, looks at egg shells from newly-hatched baby sea turtles in a fenced-off protective nesting site, set-up as part the center's conservation programme, at a Mediterranean beach near Mikhmoret, north of Tel Aviv, Israel September 9, 2019. Picture taken September 9, 2019. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-ANIMALS/TURTLES
RTX74J65
September 25, 2019
A newly hatched baby sea turtle makes its way into the Mediterranean Sea for the first time, as part...
MIKHMORET, Israel
A newly hatched baby sea turtle makes its way into the Mediterranean Sea for the first time, at a beach...
A newly hatched baby sea turtle makes its way into the Mediterranean Sea for the first time, as part of the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center's conservation programme, at a beach near Mikhmoret north of Tel Aviv, Israel September 9, 2019. Picture taken September 9, 2019. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-ANIMALS/TURTLES
RTX74J5V
September 25, 2019
A sea turtle hatchling emerges from the sand as it comes out of its nest inside a fenced-off protective...
MIKHMORET, Israel
A sea turtle hatchling emerges from the sand as it comes out of its nest inside a fenced-off protective...
A sea turtle hatchling emerges from the sand as it comes out of its nest inside a fenced-off protective nesting site, set-up as part the Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Center's conservation programme, at a Mediterranean beach near Mikhmoret, north of Tel Aviv, Israel September 9, 2019. Picture taken September 9, 2019. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
 ECUADOR-ANIMALS/SEA TURTLES
RTS2P2XW
September 04, 2019
Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings are seen at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019. Picture taken...
Esmeraldas, Ecuador
Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings are seen at a beach in Same
Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings are seen at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019. Picture taken September 2, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Tapia
 ECUADOR-ANIMALS/SEA TURTLES
RTS2P2X9
September 04, 2019
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019....
Esmeraldas, Ecuador
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019. Picture taken September 2, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Tapia
 ECUADOR-ANIMALS/SEA TURTLES
RTS2P2X8
September 04, 2019
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019....
Esmeraldas, Ecuador
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019. Picture taken September 2, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Tapia
 ECUADOR-ANIMALS/SEA TURTLES
RTS2P2X3
September 04, 2019
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019....
Esmeraldas, Ecuador
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same
An Olive Ridley turtle hatchling crawls towards the ocean at a beach in Same, Ecuador, September 2, 2019. Picture taken September 2, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Tapia
CHILE-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS23VI6
October 02, 2018
A nest of eggs of black-necked swans, which are recent prey to seals due to a change in the habit and...
Valdivia, Chile
A nest of eggs of black-necked swans, which are recent prey to seals due to a change in the habit and...
A nest of eggs of black-necked swans, which are recent prey to seals due to a change in the habit and behavior of the latter according to local media, are seen at 'Cruces' river in Valdivia, Chile, October 1, 2018. Picture taken October 1, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra
BOLIVIA-CLIMATE CHANGE/INDIGENOUS
RTS1ZWEI
September 03, 2018
Duck eggs are seen on the Desaguadero river near the lake Poopo affected by climate change, in the Oruro...
DESAGUADERO RIVER, Bolivia
Duck eggs are seen on the Desaguadero river near the lake Poopo affected by climate change, in the Oruro...
Duck eggs are seen on the Desaguadero river near the lake Poopo affected by climate change, in the Oruro Department, Bolivia, April 4, 2018. Picture taken April 4, 2018. REUTERS/David Mercado
CHINA-EGGS/
RTS1VVQJ
July 09, 2018
A man works at a machine that prepares chicken eggs for hatching at the Huayu hatchery in Handan, Hebei...
HANDAN, China
A man works at a machine that prepares chicken eggs for hatching at the Huayu hatchery in Handan
A man works at a machine that prepares chicken eggs for hatching at the Huayu hatchery in Handan, Hebei province, China, June 25, 2018. Picture taken June 25, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
CHINA-EGGS/
RTS1VVQD
July 09, 2018
People work at machines that prepare chicken eggs for hatching at the Huayu hatchery in Handan, Hebei...
HANDAN, China
People work at machines that prepare chicken eggs for hatching at the Huayu hatchery in Handan
People work at machines that prepare chicken eggs for hatching at the Huayu hatchery in Handan, Hebei province, China, June 25, 2018. Picture taken June 25, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
LEBANON-ENVIRONMENT/TURTLES
RTX3D9HJ
July 28, 2017
Baby sea turtles crawl to the sea at a seashore in El-Mansouri village, near the southern city of Tyre,...
Tyre, Lebanon
Baby sea turtles crawl to the sea at a seashore in El-Mansouri village, near the southern city of Tyre...
Baby sea turtles crawl to the sea at a seashore in El-Mansouri village, near the southern city of Tyre, Lebanon July 24, 2017. Picture taken July 24, 2017. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-PENNSYLVANIA-EAGLE/
RTR4UVOS
March 25, 2015
An American Bald Eagle takes off from a tree at Kingston Point Park along the West shore of the Hudson...
Kingston, UNITED STATES
An American Bald Eagle takes off from a tree at Kingston Point Park along the West shore of the Hudson...
An American Bald Eagle takes off from a tree at Kingston Point Park along the West shore of the Hudson River in Kingston, New York March 23, 2015. An eaglet hatched in the Pennsylvania wild was seen for the first time on Wednesday by thousands who watched live footage of the fuzzy fledgling from a camera monitoring a resurgence of bald eagles in the northeastern United States. Bald eagles, which live only in North America, were nearly wiped out over the past century due to hunting, habitat destruction and DDT chemical poisoning, which caused their eggs to crack prematurely. In the United States, there are currently about 10,000 nesting pairs of bald eagles, about a fifth of the number when the birds were adopted as the national symbol in 1782, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Picture taken March 23, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar
USA-DUCKLINGS/NEWYORK
RTR3OD71
May 08, 2014
The shells of hatched duck eggs are seen on a high rise apartment roofdeck on the Upper East Side section...
New York, UNITED STATES
The shells of hatched eggs are seen on a high rise apartment roofdeck on the Upper East Side section...
The shells of hatched duck eggs are seen on a high rise apartment roofdeck on the Upper East Side section of New York May 8, 2014. The ducklings, 16 that were born a week ago, are enjoying the hospitality of a 12th-floor deck between Madison and Park avenues which have been home to wild ducklings for the last four years.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC/
RTX11AG3
July 02, 2013
A recently-hatched chick looks out from a crate at a chicken farm in Moca June 24, 2013. A ban by its...
MOCA, Dominican Republic
A recently-hatched chick looks out from a crate at a chicken farm in Moca
A recently-hatched chick looks out from a crate at a chicken farm in Moca June 24, 2013. A ban by its neighbour Haiti on the importation of Dominican chickens and eggs since June 7 last year has caused a crisis in the industry, according to Dominican government sources, as they try to negotiate a lifting of the measure that Haitian authorities admit was imposed due to the loss of import tax revenue. Picture taken June 24, 2013. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
DOMINICAN-REPUBLIC/
RTX11AFY
July 02, 2013
Chicks hatch at a chicken farm in Moca June 24, 2013. A ban by its neighbour Haiti on the importation...
MOCA, Dominican Republic
Chicks hatch at a chicken farm in Moca
Chicks hatch at a chicken farm in Moca June 24, 2013. A ban by its neighbour Haiti on the importation of Dominican chickens and eggs since June 7 last year has caused a crisis in the industry, according to Dominican government sources, as they try to negotiate a lifting of the measure that Haitian authorities admit was imposed due to the loss of import tax revenue. Picture taken June 24, 2013. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ANIMALS)
DOMINICAN-REPUBLIC/
RTX11AFU
July 02, 2013
Chicks hatch at a chicken farm in Moca June 24, 2013. A ban by its neighbour Haiti on the importation...
MOCA, Dominican Republic
Chicks hatch at a chicken farm in Moca
Chicks hatch at a chicken farm in Moca June 24, 2013. A ban by its neighbour Haiti on the importation of Dominican chickens and eggs since June 7 last year has caused a crisis in the industry, according to Dominican government sources, as they try to negotiate a lifting of the measure that Haitian authorities admit was imposed due to the loss of import tax revenue. Picture taken June 24, 2013. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ANIMALS)
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC/
RTX11AFS
July 02, 2013
Workers select recently-hatched chicks at a chicken farm in Moca June 24, 2013. A ban by its neighbour...
MOCA, Dominican Republic
Workers select recently-hatched chicks at a chicken farm in Moca
Workers select recently-hatched chicks at a chicken farm in Moca June 24, 2013. A ban by its neighbour Haiti on the importation of Dominican chickens and eggs since June 7 last year has caused a crisis in the industry, according to Dominican government sources, as they try to negotiate a lifting of the measure that Haitian authorities admit was imposed due to the loss of import tax revenue. Picture taken June 24, 2013. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ANIMALS)
ISRAEL/
RTXYY27
April 24, 2013
A partially hatched Griffon Vulture chick is seen inside its egg at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo April...
Jerusalem, Israel
A partially hatched Griffon Vulture chick is seen inside its egg at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo
A partially hatched Griffon Vulture chick is seen inside its egg at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo April 24, 2013. The egg, which was collected in southern Israel, was kept in an incubator until it hatched at the zoo, as part of an initiative to raise the number of endangered bird species in the region. A pair of "foster parent" vultures will shortly take over rearing the chick at the Ramat Gan Safari Park near Tel Aviv. Ornithologists estimate there are about a hundred such birds left in Israel. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
ISRAEL/
RTXYY26
April 24, 2013
A newly hatched Griffon Vulture chick lies next to its egg at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo April 24, 2013....
Jerusalem, Israel
A newly hatched Griffon Vulture chick lies next to its egg at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo
A newly hatched Griffon Vulture chick lies next to its egg at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo April 24, 2013. The egg, which was collected in southern Israel, was kept in an incubator until it hatched at the zoo, as part of an initiative to raise the number of endangered bird species in the region. A pair of "foster parent" vultures will shortly take over rearing the chick at the Ramat Gan Safari Park near Tel Aviv. Ornithologists estimate there are about a hundred such birds left in Israel. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ISRAEL/
RTXYY25
April 24, 2013
Zoo employee Michal Erez holds the egg of a partially hatched Griffon Vulture chick at the Jerusalem...
Jerusalem, Israel
Zoo employee holds the egg of a partially hatched Griffon Vulture chick at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo...
Zoo employee Michal Erez holds the egg of a partially hatched Griffon Vulture chick at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo April 24, 2013. The egg, which was collected in southern Israel, was kept in an incubator until it hatched at the zoo, as part of an initiative to raise the number of endangered bird species in the region. A pair of "foster parent" vultures will shortly take over rearing the chick at the Ramat Gan Safari Park near Tel Aviv. Ornithologists estimate there are about a hundred such birds left in Israel. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
ISRAEL/
RTXYY24
April 24, 2013
Zoo employee Michal Erez holds a partially hatched Griffon Vulture egg at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo...
Jerusalem, Israel
Zoo employee holds a partially hatched Griffon Vulture egg at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo
Zoo employee Michal Erez holds a partially hatched Griffon Vulture egg at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo April 23, 2013. The egg, which was collected in southern Israel, was kept in an incubator until it hatched at the zoo, as part of an initiative to raise the number of endangered bird species in the region. A pair of "foster parent" vultures will shortly take over rearing the chick at the Ramat Gan Safari Park near Tel Aviv. Ornithologists estimate there are about a hundred such birds left in Israel. Picture taken April 23, 2013. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
BRITAIN
RTXY082
March 28, 2013
Seven-year-old Luca Katuramu poses with butterfly chrysalides hatching at the Sensational Butterflies...
London, United Kingdom
Luca Katuramu poses with butterfly chrysalides hatching at the Natural History Museum in London
Seven-year-old Luca Katuramu poses with butterfly chrysalides hatching at the Sensational Butterflies Exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London March 25, 2013. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
ELSALVADOR/
RTR38RSH
October 04, 2012
Fishermen wait in the early morning for Golfina turtles to hatch on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October...
La Libertad, El Salvador
Fishermen wait in the early morning for Golfina turtles to hatch on San Diego Beach in La Libertad
Fishermen wait in the early morning for Golfina turtles to hatch on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October 3, 2012. Local fishermen extract the eggs of Golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, from their nests in order to protect them from looters, before selling them to the non-governmental organization Biologos de la Fundacion Zoologica Salvadorena (Biologists of the Salvadoran Zoological Foundation), which hatches the turtles and then releases them into the ocean. Picture taken with long exposure. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
ELSALVADOR/
RTR38RS5
October 04, 2012
Golfina turtle hatchlings crawl into the ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad...
La Libertad, El Salvador
Golfina turtle hatchlings crawl into the ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad...
Golfina turtle hatchlings crawl into the ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October 3, 2012. Local fishermen extract the eggs of Golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, from their nests in order to protect them from looters, before selling them to the non-governmental organization Biologos de la Fundacion Zoologica Salvadorena (Biologists of the Salvadoran Zoological Foundation), which hatches the turtles and then releases them into the ocean. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
ELSALVADOR/
RTR38RS4
October 04, 2012
A Golfina turtle hatchling crawls out of a protected sand nest on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October...
La Libertad, El Salvador
A Golfina turtle hatchling crawls out of a protected sand nest on San Diego Beach in La Libertad
A Golfina turtle hatchling crawls out of a protected sand nest on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October 3, 2012. Local fishermen extract the eggs of Golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, from their nests in order to protect them from looters, before selling them to the non-governmental organization Biologos de la Fundacion Zoologica Salvadorena (Biologists of the Salvadoran Zoological Foundation), which hatches the turtles and then releases them into the ocean. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
ELSALVADOR/
RTR38RS0
October 04, 2012
A Golfina turtle hatchling crawls into ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October...
La Libertad, El Salvador
A Golfina turtle hatchling, also known as Olive Ridley turtle, crawls into the ocean after being released...
A Golfina turtle hatchling crawls into ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October 3, 2012. Local fishermen extract the eggs of Golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, from their nests in order to protect them from looters, before selling them to the non-governmental organization Biologos de la Fundacion Zoologica Salvadorena (Biologists of the Salvadoran Zoological Foundation), which hatches the turtles and then releases them into the ocean. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
ELSALVADOR/
RTR38RRZ
October 04, 2012
A Golfina turtle hatchling crawls into ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October...
La Libertad, El Salvador
A Golfina turtle hatchling, also known as Olive Ridley turtle, crawls into the ocean after being released...
A Golfina turtle hatchling crawls into ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October 3, 2012. Local fishermen extract the eggs of Golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, from their nests in order to protect them from looters, before selling them to the non-governmental organization Biologos de la Fundacion Zoologica Salvadorena (Biologists of the Salvadoran Zoological Foundation), which hatches the turtles and then releases them into the ocean. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
ELSALVADOR/
RTR38RRY
October 04, 2012
Golfina turtle hatchlings sit in a plastic container before their release into the ocean at San Diego...
La Libertad, El Salvador
Golfina turtle hatchlings sit in a plastic container before their release into the ocean at San Diego...
Golfina turtle hatchlings sit in a plastic container before their release into the ocean at San Diego Beach in La Libertad October 3, 2012. Local fishermen extract the eggs of Golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, from their nests in order to protect them from looters, before selling them to the non-governmental organization Biologos de la Fundacion Zoologica Salvadorena (Biologists of the Salvadoran Zoological Foundation), which hatches the turtles and then releases them into the ocean. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
ELSALVADOR/
RTR38RRR
October 04, 2012
Golfina turtle hatchlings crawl into ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October...
La Libertad, El Salvador
Golfina turtle hatchlings crawl into ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad
Golfina turtle hatchlings crawl into ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October 3, 2012. Local fishermen extract the eggs of Golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, from their nests in order to protect them from looters, before selling them to the non-governmental organization Biologos de la Fundacion Zoologica Salvadorena (Biologists of the Salvadoran Zoological Foundation), which hatches the turtles and then releases them into the ocean. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
ELSALVADOR/
RTR38RRQ
October 04, 2012
A Golfina turtle hatchling crawls into ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October...
La Libertad, El Salvador
A Golfina turtle hatchling crawls into ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad
A Golfina turtle hatchling crawls into ocean after being released on San Diego Beach in La Libertad October 3, 2012. Local fishermen extract the eggs of Golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, from their nests in order to protect them from looters, before selling them to the non-governmental organization Biologos de la Fundacion Zoologica Salvadorena (Biologists of the Salvadoran Zoological Foundation), which hatches the turtles and then releases them into the ocean. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
ELSALVADOR/
RTR38RRN
October 04, 2012
A Golfina turtle hatchling sits on the hand of a volunteer before being released into the ocean at San...
La Libertad, El Salvador
A Golfina turtle hatchling sits on the hand of a volunteer before being released into the ocean at San...
A Golfina turtle hatchling sits on the hand of a volunteer before being released into the ocean at San Diego Beach in La Libertad October 3, 2012. Local fishermen extract the eggs of Golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, from their nests in order to protect them from looters, before selling them to the non-governmental organization Biologos de la Fundacion Zoologica Salvadorena (Biologists of the Salvadoran Zoological Foundation), which hatches the turtles and then releases them into the ocean. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
ELSALVADOR/
RTR38RQ6
October 04, 2012
A fisherman leaves eggs of golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, outside a hut of the...
La Libertad, El Salvador
A fisherman leaves eggs of golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, outside a hut of the...
A fisherman leaves eggs of golfina turtles, also known as Olive Ridley turtles, outside a hut of the non-governmental organization Biologos de la Fundacion Zoologica Salvadorena (Biologists of the Salvadoran Zoological Foundation) at San Diego Beach in La Libertad October 2, 2012. Local fishermen extract the eggs from their nests in order to protect them from looters before selling them to the foundation, where the turtles are hatched and then released into the ocean. Picture taken October 2, 2012. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
RTR37S0L
September 10, 2012
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls to the ocean after it was released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Bali, Indonesia
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls to the ocean after it was released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls to the ocean after it was released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
RTR37S0J
September 10, 2012
Members of the public release olive ridley turtle hatchlings during an event by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Bali, Indonesia
Members of the public release olive ridley turtle hatchlings during an event by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Members of the public release olive ridley turtle hatchlings during an event by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
RTR37S0E
September 10, 2012
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls to the ocean after it was released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Bali, Indonesia
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls to the ocean after it was released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls to the ocean after it was released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
RTR37S0D
September 10, 2012
Members of the public hold olive ridley turtle hatchlings as they are prepared to be released by the...
Bali, Indonesia
Members of the public hold olive ridley turtle hatchlings as they are prepared to be released by the...
Members of the public hold olive ridley turtle hatchlings as they are prepared to be released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
RTR37S0C
September 10, 2012
Members of the public release olive ridley turtle hatchlings during an event by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Bali, Indonesia
Members of the public release olive ridley turtle hatchlings during an event by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Members of the public release olive ridley turtle hatchlings during an event by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
RTR37S05
September 10, 2012
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls in the sand after emerging from its shell at a hatchery managed...
Bali, Indonesia
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls in the sand after emerging from its shell at a hatchery managed...
An olive ridley turtle hatchling crawls in the sand after emerging from its shell at a hatchery managed by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
RTR37S04
September 10, 2012
An olive ridley turtle hatchling is kept in a container as it is prepared for release by the Kuta Beach...
Bali, Indonesia
An olive ridley turtle hatchling is kept in a container as it is prepared for release by the Kuta Beach...
An olive ridley turtle hatchling is kept in a container as it is prepared for release by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
RTR37S02
September 10, 2012
Girls hold olive ridley turtle hatchlings as they are prepared to be released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Bali, Indonesia
Girls hold olive ridley turtle hatchlings as they are prepared to be released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle...
Girls hold olive ridley turtle hatchlings as they are prepared to be released by the Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation at Kuta Beach, Bali September 10, 2012. According to the conservation, more than 20,000 eggs were safely relocated to the hatchery since 2002, 80% of which have been successfully hatched and released to the ocean. REUTERS/Desmond Ang (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
USA-SEATURTLES/
RTR370AN
August 21, 2012
South Carolina United Turtle Enthusiasts (SCUTE), head coordinator Phil Schneider removes a protective...
PAWLEYS ISLAND, UNITED STATES
SCUTE head coordinator Phil Schneider removes a protective fencing before a nest inventory on Pawleys...
South Carolina United Turtle Enthusiasts (SCUTE), head coordinator Phil Schneider removes a protective fencing before a nest inventory on Pawleys Island, South Carolina August 10, 2012. According to SCUTE, 70% of the eggs hatch and go out to sea where their organization and their volunteers work. The number one predator to the eggs are ghost crabs. Turtle volunteers walk the area's beaches along South Carolina's coast daily during the nesting season, looking for signs of turtle activity and keeping tabs on the progress of the endangered species of turtles that lay their eggs along the coast. Photo taken August 10, 2012. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
USA-SEATURTLES/
RTR370AM
August 21, 2012
Tourists walk to the surf after watching an inventory of a hatched nest at Myrtle Beach State Park in...
Myrtle Beach, UNITED STATES
Tourists walk to the surf after watching an inventory of a hatched nest at Myrtle Beach State Park in...
Tourists walk to the surf after watching an inventory of a hatched nest at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina August 4, 2012 . Inventories are taken three days after the nests hatch. Turtle volunteers walk the area's beaches along South Carolina's coast daily during the nesting season, looking for signs of turtle activity and keeping tabs on the progress of the endangered species of turtles that lay their eggs along the coast. Photo taken August 4, 2012. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
USA-SEATURTLES/
RTR370AL
August 21, 2012
Hatched Loggerhead turtle eggs are counted by volunteers at an inventory on Pawleys Island, South Carolina...
PAWLEYS ISLAND, UNITED STATES
Hatched Loggerhead turtle eggs are counted by volunteers at an inventory on Pawleys Island
Hatched Loggerhead turtle eggs are counted by volunteers at an inventory on Pawleys Island, South Carolina August 16, 2012. Turtle volunteers walk the area's beaches along South Carolina's coast daily during the nesting season, looking for signs of turtle activity and keeping tabs on the progress of the endangered species of turtles that lay their eggs along the coast. Photo taken August 16, 2012. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
USA-SEATURTLES/
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August 21, 2012
South Carolina United Turtle Enthusiasts (SCUTE) area coordinator Phil Schneider uses his shoe to guide...
Litchfield Beach, UNITED STATES
SCUTE head coordinator Phil Schneider uses his shoe to guide an injured hatchling to the surf after an...
South Carolina United Turtle Enthusiasts (SCUTE) area coordinator Phil Schneider uses his shoe to guide an injured hatchling to the surf after a sea turtle inventory on Litchfield Beach, South Carolina August 17, 2012 . Nest inventories are taken three days after they hatch and the empty egg shells are categorized and the information is sent to researchers. Turtle volunteers walk the area's beaches along South Carolina's coast daily during the nesting season, looking for signs of turtle activity and keeping tabs on the progress of the endangered species of turtles that lay their eggs along the coast. Photo taken August 17, 2012. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
USA-SEATURTLES/
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August 21, 2012
Volunteers take an inventory of turtle eggs hatched from a nest in Litchfield Beach, South Carolina August...
Litchfield Beach, UNITED STATES
Volunteers take an inventory of turtle eggs hatched from a nest in Litchfield Beach
Volunteers take an inventory of turtle eggs hatched from a nest in Litchfield Beach, South Carolina August 16, 2012. The group secures and marks an average of 100 nests during a season that goes from May through October. Turtle volunteers walk the area's beaches along South Carolina's coast daily during the nesting season, looking for signs of turtle activity and keeping tabs on the progress of the endangered species of turtles that lay their eggs along the coast. Photo taken August 16, 2012. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
USA-SEATURTLES/
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August 21, 2012
A healthy Loggerhead sea turtle hatchling is held after a hatching inventory on Litchfield Beach along...
Litchfield Beach, UNITED STATES
A healthy Loggerhead sea turtle hatchling is held after a hatching inventory on Litchfield Beach
A healthy Loggerhead sea turtle hatchling is held after a hatching inventory on Litchfield Beach along the coast of South Carolina August 17, 2012. Nest inventories are taken three days after they hatch and the empty egg shells are categorized and the information is sent to researchers. Turtle volunteers walk the area's beaches along South Carolina's coast daily during the nesting season, looking for signs of turtle activity and keeping tabs on the progress of the endangered species of turtles that lay their eggs along the coast. Photo taken August 17, 2012. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
USA-SEATURTLES/
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August 21, 2012
A Loggerhead turtle hatchling makes its way to the surf at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach, South...
Myrtle Beach, UNITED STATES
A Loggerhead turtle hatchling makes its way to the surf at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach, South...
A Loggerhead turtle hatchling makes its way to the surf at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina August 4, 2012. Nest inventories are taken three days after they hatch and the empty egg shells are categorized and the information is sent to researchers. Turtle volunteers walk the area's beaches along South Carolina's coast daily during the nesting season, looking for signs of turtle activity and keeping tabs on the progress of the endangered species of turtles that lay their eggs along the coast. Photo taken August 4, 2012. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
USA-SEATURTLES/
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August 21, 2012
A Loggerhead turtle hatchling makes its way to the surf at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach, South...
Myrtle Beach, UNITED STATES
A Loggerhead turtle hatchling makes its way to the surf at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach, South...
A Loggerhead turtle hatchling makes its way to the surf at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina August 4, 2012. Nest inventories are taken three days after they hatch and the empty egg shells are categorized and the information is sent to researchers. Turtle volunteers walk the area's beaches along South Carolina's coast daily during the nesting season, looking for signs of turtle activity and keeping tabs on the progress of the endangered species of turtles that lay their eggs along the coast. Photo taken August 4, 2012. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
USA-SEATURTLES/
RTR370A3
August 21, 2012
A Loggerhead turtle hatchling makes its way to the surf at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach, South...
Myrtle Beach, UNITED STATES
A Loggerhead turtle hatchling makes its way to the surf at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach
A Loggerhead turtle hatchling makes its way to the surf at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina August 4, 2012 . Volunteers take nest inventories three days after the nests hatch and the empty egg shells are categorized and the information is sent to researchers. Turtle volunteers walk the area's beaches along South Carolina's coast daily during the nesting season, looking for signs of turtle activity and keeping tabs on the progress of the endangered species of turtles that lay their eggs along the coast. Photo taken August 4, 2012. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
USA-SEATURTLES/
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August 21, 2012
A Loggerhead turtle hatchling makes its way to the surf at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach, South...
Myrtle Beach, UNITED STATES
A Loggerhead turtle hatchling makes its way to the surf at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach
A Loggerhead turtle hatchling makes its way to the surf at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina August 4, 2012. Nest inventories are taken three days after they hatch and the empty egg shells are categorized and the information is sent to researchers. Turtle volunteers walk the area's beaches along South Carolina's coast daily during the nesting season, looking for signs of turtle activity and keeping tabs on the progress of the endangered species of turtles that lay their eggs along the coast. Photo taken August 4, 2012. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
USA-SEATURTLES/
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August 21, 2012
A Loggerhead turtle hatchling makes its way to the surf at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach, South...
Myrtle Beach, UNITED STATES
A Loggerhead turtle hatchling makes its way to the surf at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach
A Loggerhead turtle hatchling makes its way to the surf at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina August 4, 2012. Nest inventories are taken three days after the nests hatch and the empty egg shells are categorized and the information is sent to researchers. Turtle volunteers walk the area's beaches along South Carolina's coast daily during the nesting season, looking for signs of turtle activity and keeping tabs on the progress of the endangered species of turtles that lay their eggs along the coast. Photo taken August 4, 2012. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
USA-SEATURTLES/
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August 21, 2012
Turtle volunteers Marianne Glaze (L), Don Pease (C) and Amanda Jenkins take an inventory of a hatched...
Myrtle Beach, UNITED STATES
Turtle volunteers take an inventory of a hatched nest at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach, South...
Turtle volunteers Marianne Glaze (L), Don Pease (C) and Amanda Jenkins take an inventory of a hatched sea turtle nest at Myrtle Beach State Park in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina August 4, 2012. The empty egg shells are categorized and the information is sent to researchers. Turtle volunteers walk the area's beaches along South Carolina's coast daily during the nesting season, looking for signs of turtle activity and keeping tabs on the progress of the endangered species of turtles that lay their eggs along the coast. Picture taken August 4, 2012. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR364OF
August 04, 2012
A baby python molurus rests on eggs after hatching early in the morning at a pet shop in Duisburg August...
Duisburg, Germany
Baby python molurus rests on eggs after hatching early in the morning at a pet shop in Duisburg
A baby python molurus rests on eggs after hatching early in the morning at a pet shop in Duisburg August 4, 2012. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS)
GERMANY/
RTR364O4
August 04, 2012
A baby python molurus rests on eggs after hatching early in the morning at a pet shop in Duisburg August...
Duisburg, Germany
Baby python molurus rests on eggs after hatching early in the morning at a pet shop in Duisburg
A baby python molurus rests on eggs after hatching early in the morning at a pet shop in Duisburg August 4, 2012. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR345V0
June 26, 2012
A worker shows a newly-hatched baby crocodile at a crocodile farm in Pasay city, metro Manila June 26,...
Manila, Philippines
A worker shows a newly-hatched baby crocodile at a crocodile farm in Pasay city, metro Manila
A worker shows a newly-hatched baby crocodile at a crocodile farm in Pasay city, metro Manila June 26, 2012. At least 10 baby crocodile eggs were hatched on the farm on Tuesday, according to farm officials. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: ANIMALS)
PHILIPPINES-CROCS/
RTR345UL
June 26, 2012
A worker shows newly-hatched baby crocodiles during a hatching inside a crocodile farm in Pasay city,...
Manila, Philippines
Worker shows newly-hatched baby crocodiles during a hatching inside a crocodile farm in Pasay city
A worker shows newly-hatched baby crocodiles during a hatching inside a crocodile farm in Pasay city, metro Manila June 26, 2012. At least ten baby crocodile eggs were hatched on Tuesday, according to farm officials. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
PHILIPPINES-CROCS/
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June 26, 2012
A worker shows a newly-hatched baby crocodile during a hatching inside a crocodile farm in Pasay city,...
Manila, Philippines
Worker shows a newly-hatched baby crocodile during a hatching inside a crocodile farm in Pasay city
A worker shows a newly-hatched baby crocodile during a hatching inside a crocodile farm in Pasay city, metro Manila June 26, 2012. At least 10 baby crocodile eggs were hatched on Tuesday, according to farm officials. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
PHILIPPINES-CROCS/
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June 26, 2012
A worker cuts the umbilical cord of a newborn baby crocodile during a hatching inside a crocodile farm...
Manila, Philippines
Worker cuts umbilical cord of a newborn baby crocodile during a hatching inside a crocodile farm in Pasay...
A worker cuts the umbilical cord of a newborn baby crocodile during a hatching inside a crocodile farm in Pasay city, metro Manila June 26, 2012. At least 10 baby crocodile eggs were hatched on Tuesday, according to farm officials. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR345UE
June 26, 2012
A worker shows newly-hatched baby crocodiles during a hatching inside a crocodile farm in Pasay city,...
Manila, Philippines
A worker shows newly-hatched baby crocodiles during a hatching inside a crocodile farm in Pasay city,...
A worker shows newly-hatched baby crocodiles during a hatching inside a crocodile farm in Pasay city, metro Manila June 26, 2012. At least 10 baby crocodile eggs were hatched on the farm on Tuesday, according to farm officials. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
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