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JAPAN
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July 24, 2009
Honey bees swarm on the honeycomb of a hive where honey is harvested atop the Tokyo Grain Exchange building...
Tokyo, Japan
Honey bees swarm on a honeycomb of a hive where honey is harvested atop the Tokyo Grain Exchange building...
Honey bees swarm on the honeycomb of a hive where honey is harvested atop the Tokyo Grain Exchange building in Tokyo's Nihonbashi district July 24, 2009. Honey was harvested from a hive which bees gathered honeydew from flowers in downtown Tokyo as part of "Nihonbashi Honeybee Salon Project" aimed to increase communication among the community, the Tokyo Grain Exchange said. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN ANIMALS SOCIETY)
JAPAN
RTR25ZRL
July 24, 2009
A woman shows off honey bees swarming on the honeycomb of a hive where honey is harvested atop the Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman shows off honey bees swarming on the honeycomb of a hive where honey is harvested atop the Tokyo...
A woman shows off honey bees swarming on the honeycomb of a hive where honey is harvested atop the Tokyo Grain Exchange building in Toky's Nihonbashi district July 24, 2009. Honey was harvested from a hive which bees gathered honeydew from flowers in downtown Tokyo as part of "Nihonbashi Honeybee Salon Project" aimed to increase communication among the community, the Tokyo Grain Exchange said. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN ANIMALS SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
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May 13, 2009
A labourer carries melons at a fruit market in the outskirts of Karachi May 13, 2009. REUTERS/Athar...
Karachi, Pakistan
A labourer carries melons at a fruit market in the outskirts of Karachi
A labourer carries melons at a fruit market in the outskirts of Karachi May 13, 2009. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN FOOD SOCIETY)
GREECE
RTXNGCR
May 09, 2005
A pine tree branch infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect is seen in Athens' Kesariani forest...
Athens, Greece
A pine tree branch infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect is seen in Athens' Kesariani for.....
A pine tree branch infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect is seen in Athens' Kesariani forest May 8, 2005. Millions of pine trees throughout Greece have been killed by the insect this year threating the country with a major environmental disaster. The outbreak has been triggered by Greek honey makers who introduced it in a bid to increase production as the insect produces a type of honeydew but it has since spread to other forests and nature reserves. Picture Taken May 8, 2005.
GREECE
RTXNGCM
May 09, 2005
Dead pine trunks infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect in Athens' Kesariani forest May 8, 2005....
Athens, Greece
Dead pine trunks infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect in Athens' Kesariani forest May 8, .....
Dead pine trunks infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect in Athens' Kesariani forest May 8, 2005. Millions of pine trees throughout Greece have been killed by the insect this year threatening the country with a major environmental disaster. The outbreak has been triggered by Greek honey makers who introduced it in a bid to increase production as the insect produces a type of honeydew but it has since spread to other forests and nature reserves. Picture taken May 8, 2005.
GREECE
RTXNGCL
May 09, 2005
A dead pine tree branch infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect is seen in Athens' Kesariani...
Athens, Greece
A dead pine tree branch infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect is seen in Athens' Kesariani.....
A dead pine tree branch infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect is seen in Athens' Kesariani forest May 8, 2005. Millions of pine trees throughout Greece have been killed by the insect this year threatening the country with a major environmental disaster. The outbreak has been triggered by Greek honey makers who introduced it in a bid to increase production as the insect produces a type of honeydew but it has since spread to other forests and nature reserves. Picture taken May 8, 2005.
GREECE PINES
RTRAKJM
May 08, 2005
A pine tree branch infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect is seen in Athens' Kesariani forest...
Athens, Greece
A pine branch with Monophlebus Hellenicus insect in Athens Kesariani forest.
A pine tree branch infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect is seen in Athens' Kesariani forest May 8, 2005. Millions of pine trees throughout Greece have been killed by the insect this year threating the country with a major environmental disaster. The outbreak has been triggered by Greek honey makers who introduced it in a bid to increase production as the insect produces a type of honeydew but it has since spread to other forests and nature reserves. Picture Taken May 8, 2005. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis YK/LA
GREECE PINES
RTRAKG3
May 08, 2005
Dead pine trunks infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect in Athens' Kesariani forest May 8, 2005....
Athens, Greece
Pine trunks with Monophlebus Hellenicus insect in Athens Kesariani forest.
Dead pine trunks infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect in Athens' Kesariani forest May 8, 2005. Millions of pine trees throughout Greece have been killed by the insect this year threatening the country with a major environmental disaster. The outbreak has been triggered by Greek honey makers who introduced it in a bid to increase production as the insect produces a type of honeydew but it has since spread to other forests and nature reserves. Picture taken May 8, 2005. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis YK/MSF
GREECE PINES
RTRAKB5
May 08, 2005
A pine tree infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect is seen in Athens' Kesariani forest May 8,...
Athens, Greece
A pine infected with Monophlebus Hellenicus insect in Athens Kesariani forest.
A pine tree infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect is seen in Athens' Kesariani forest May 8, 2005. Millions of pine trees throughout Greece have been killed by the insect this year threating the country with a major environmental disaster. The outbreak has been triggered by Greek honey makers who introduced it in a bid to increase production as the insect produces a type of honeydew but it has since spread to other forests and nature reserves. Picture taken May 8, 2005. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis YK/LA
GREECE PINES
RTRAK9I
May 08, 2005
A dead pine tree branch infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect is seen in Athens' Kesariani...
Athens, Greece
A pine branch with Monophlebus Hellenicus insect in Athens Kesariani forest.
A dead pine tree branch infected with the Monophlebus Hellenicus insect is seen in Athens' Kesariani forest May 8, 2005. Millions of pine trees throughout Greece have been killed by the insect this year threatening the country with a major environmental disaster. The outbreak has been triggered by Greek honey makers who introduced it in a bid to increase production as the insect produces a type of honeydew but it has since spread to other forests and nature reserves. Picture taken May 8, 2005. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis YK/LA
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