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INDIA-DOLPHINS/
RTR1O07R
March 28, 2007
Tourists take boat ride to see the Irrawaddy dolphins on Chilika Lagoon near Satpada village, about 110...
Kolkata, India
To accompany feature INDIA-DOLPHINS/
Tourists take boat ride to see the Irrawaddy dolphins on Chilika Lagoon near Satpada village, about 110 km (68 miles) south-west of the southeastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar March 15, 2007. Hope is rising the endangered Irrawaddy dolphin can be saved in India after a survey showed more of the animals than before in a vast, brackish lagoon in the east of the country. Picture taken March 15, 2007. To accompany feature INDIA DOLPHINS/ REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
INDIA-DOLPHINS/
RTR1O07P
March 28, 2007
Boats are lined-up to ferry tourists to see the Irrawaddy dolphins at the Chilika Lagoon near Satpada...
Kolkata, India
To accompany feature INDIA-DOLPHINS/
Boats are lined-up to ferry tourists to see the Irrawaddy dolphins at the Chilika Lagoon near Satpada village, about 110 km (68 miles) south-west of the southeastern city of Bhubaneswar March 15, 2007. Hope is rising the endangered Irrawaddy dolphin can be saved in India after a survey showed more of the animals than before in a vast, brackish lagoon in the east of the country. Picture taken March 15, 2007. To accompany feature INDIA-DOLPHINS/ REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
INDIA-DOLPHINS/
RTR1O07J
March 28, 2007
A fisherman lines-up his boat for tourists to take a boat ride on the Chilika Lagoon to see Irrawadi...
Kolkata, India
To accompany feature INDIA-DOLPHINS/
A fisherman lines-up his boat for tourists to take a boat ride on the Chilika Lagoon to see Irrawadi dolphins near Satpada village, about 110 km (68 miles) south-west of the southeastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar March 15, 2007. Hope is rising the endangered Irrawaddy dolphin can be saved in India after a survey showed more of the animals than before in a vast, brackish lagoon in the east of the country. Picture taken March 15, 2007. To accompany feature INDIA-DOLPHINS/ REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
INDIA-DOLPHINS/
RTR1O07D
March 28, 2007
A fisherman stands on banks of Chilika Lagoon near Satpada village, about 110 km (68 miles) south-west...
Kolkata, India
To accompany feature INDIA-DOLPHINS/
A fisherman stands on banks of Chilika Lagoon near Satpada village, about 110 km (68 miles) south-west of the southeastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar March 15, 2007. Hope is rising the endangered Irrawaddy dolphin can be saved in India after a survey showed more of the animals than before in a vast, brackish lagoon in the east of the country. Picture taken March 15, 2007. To accompany feature INDIA-DOLPHINS/ REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTR1NVVP
March 25, 2007
Tourists try to take pictures of an Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swimming in...
Kampi, Cambodia
Tourists try to take pictures of an Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swimming in...
Tourists try to take pictures of an Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swimming in the river at Kampi village in Kratie province, 230 km (143 miles) northeast of Cambodia March 25, 2007 .Cambodia's rare Mekong dolphin is making a tentative comeback from the edge of extinction after net fishing was banned in its main habitat, Cambodian and World Wildlife Fund officials said earlier this month. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTR1NVVO
March 25, 2007
An Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swims in the river at Kampi village in Kratie...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
An Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swims in the river at Kampi village in Kratie...
An Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swims in the river at Kampi village in Kratie province, 230 km (143 miles) northeast of Cambodia, March 24, 2007. Cambodia's rare Mekong dolphin is making a tentative comeback from the edge of extinction after net fishing was banned in its main habitat, Cambodian and World Wildlife Fund officials said earlier this month. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTR1NVVN
March 25, 2007
An Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swims in the river at Kampi village in Kratie...
Kampi, Cambodia
An Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swims in the river at Kampi village in Kratie...
An Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swims in the river at Kampi village in Kratie province, 230 km (143 miles) northeast of Cambodia, March 25, 2007. Cambodia's rare Mekong dolphin is making a tentative comeback from the edge of extinction after net fishing was banned in its main habitat, Cambodian and World Wildlife Fund officials said earlier this month. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
CAMBODIA/
RTR1NVVM
March 25, 2007
An Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swims in the river at Kampi village in Kratie...
Kampi, Cambodia
An Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swims in the river at Kampi village in Kratie...
An Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swims in the river at Kampi village in Kratie province, 230 km (143 miles) northeast of Cambodia, March 25, 2007. Cambodia's rare Mekong dolphin is making a tentative comeback from the edge of extinction after net fishing was banned in its main habitat, Cambodian and World Wildlife Fund officials said earlier this month. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-ENVIRONMENT/DOLPHINS
RTX4MGH
March 24, 2007
A fisherman casts a net on the Mekong River, home to Irrawaddy dolphins, also known as the Mekong dolphins,...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
A fisherman casts a net on the Mekong River, home to Irrawaddy dolphins, at Kampi village in Kratie province...
A fisherman casts a net on the Mekong River, home to Irrawaddy dolphins, also known as the Mekong dolphins, at Kampi village in Kratie province, 230 km (143 miles) northeast of Cambodia, March 24, 2007 .Cambodia's rare Mekong dolphin is making a tentative comeback from the edge of extinction after net fishing was banned in its main habitat, Cambodian and World Wildlife Fund officials said earlier this month. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
CAMBODIA-ENVIRONMENT/DOLPHINS
RTR1NV66
March 24, 2007
A fisherman casts a net on the Mekong River, home to Irrawaddy dolphins, also known as the Mekong dolphins,...
Kratie, Cambodia
A fisherman casts a net on the Mekong River, home to Irrawaddy dolphins, at Kampi village in Kratie province...
A fisherman casts a net on the Mekong River, home to Irrawaddy dolphins, also known as the Mekong dolphins, at Kampi village in Kratie province, 230 km (143 miles) northeast of Cambodia, March 24, 2007 .Cambodia's rare Mekong dolphin is making a tentative comeback from the edge of extinction after net fishing was banned in its main habitat, Cambodian and World Wildlife Fund officials said earlier this month. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) Also see image: GF2DWUDTUNAA
CAMBODIA-ENVIRONMENT/DOLPHINS
RTR1NV5X
March 24, 2007
A boat travels on the Mekong River, home to Irrawaddy dolphins, also known as the Mekong dolphins, during...
Kratie, Cambodia
A boat travels on the Mekong River, home to Irrawaddy dolphins, during dusk at Kampi village in Kratie...
A boat travels on the Mekong River, home to Irrawaddy dolphins, also known as the Mekong dolphins, during dusk at Kampi village in Kratie province, 230 km (143 miles) northeast of Cambodia, March 24, 2007. Cambodia's rare Mekong dolphin is making a tentative comeback from the edge of extinction after net fishing was banned in its main habitat, Cambodian and World Wildlife Fund officials said earlier this month. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-ENVIRONMENT/DOLPHINS
RTR1NV5T
March 24, 2007
A fisherman casts a net on the Mekong River, home to Irrawaddy dolphins, also known as the Mekong dolphins,...
Kratie, Cambodia
A fisherman casts a net on the Mekong River, home to Irrawaddy dolphins at Kampi village in Kratie province...
A fisherman casts a net on the Mekong River, home to Irrawaddy dolphins, also known as the Mekong dolphins, at Kampi village in Kratie province, 230 km (143 miles) northeast of Cambodia, March 24, 2007 .Cambodia's rare Mekong dolphin is making a tentative comeback from the edge of extinction after net fishing was banned in its main habitat, Cambodian and World Wildlife Fund officials said earlier this month. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-ENVIRONMENT/DOLPHINS
RTR1NV5M
March 24, 2007
An Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swims in the river at the Kampi village in Kratie...
Kratie, Cambodia
An Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swims in the river at the Kampi village in Kratie...
An Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swims in the river at the Kampi village in Kratie province, 230 km (143 miles) northeast of Cambodia, March 24, 2007. Cambodia's rare Mekong dolphin is making a tentative comeback from the edge of extinction after net fishing was banned in its main habitat, Cambodian and World Wildlife Fund officials said earlier this month. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-ENVIRONMENT/DOLPHINS
RTR1NV5J
March 24, 2007
An Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swims in the river at the Kampi village in Kratie...
Kratie, Cambodia
An Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swims in the river at the Kampi village in Kratie...
An Irrawaddy dolphin, also known as the Mekong dolphin, swims in the river at the Kampi village in Kratie province, 230 km (143 miles) northeast of Cambodia, March 24, 2007 .Cambodia's rare Mekong dolphin is making a tentative comeback from the edge of extinction after net fishing was banned in its main habitat, Cambodian and World Wildlife Fund officials said earlier this month. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
THAILAND CITES
RTRC7QS
September 26, 2004
An Irrawaddy dolphin jumps through hoops at the Oasis Sea World marine park in Chantaburi, nearly 290...
Bangkok, Thailand
An Irrawaddy dolphin performs tricks at the Oasis Sea World marine park in Chantaburi Thailand.
An Irrawaddy dolphin jumps through hoops at the Oasis Sea World marine park in Chantaburi, nearly 290 km (190 miles) southeast of Bangkok in this picture taken September 26, 2004. Conservationists say irrawaddy dolphins, along with lions and tigers, are among the most sought after items on the black market, with the demand for the species threatening their survival. Irrawaddy dolphins, among other wild animals and plants, will be a focus of the 13th Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) to be held in Bangkok starting October 2. Picture taken September 26, 2004. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom AL/SH
THAILAND CITES
RTRC7QG
September 26, 2004
An Irrawaddy dolphin sports a cowboy hat while performing tricks at the Oasis Sea World marine park in...
Bangkok, Thailand
An Irrawaddy dolphin sports a cowboy hat while performing tricks at the Oasis Sea World marine ...
An Irrawaddy dolphin sports a cowboy hat while performing tricks at the Oasis Sea World marine park in Chantaburi Thailand. An Irrawaddy dolphin sports a cowboy hat while performing tricks at the Oasis Sea World marine park in Chantaburi, nearly 290 km (190 miles) southeast of Bangkok in this picture taken September 26, 2004. Conservationists say irrawaddy dolphins, along with lions and tigers, are among the most sought after items on the black market, with the demand for the species threatening their survival. Irrawaddy dolphins, among other wild animals and plants, will be a focus of the 13th Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) to be held in Bangkok starting October 2. Picture taken September 26, 2004. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom
DOLPHINS
RTXMCG9
December 20, 2003
An Irrawaddy dolphin (R) performs with two pink dolphins at the Oasis Sea World marine park in Chantaburi,...
Chantaburi, Thailand
An Irrawaddy dolphin (R) performs with two pink dolphins at the Oasis Sea World marine park in Chant.....
An Irrawaddy dolphin (R) performs with two pink dolphins at the Oasis Sea World marine park in Chantaburi, nearly 290 km (190 miles) southeast of Bangkok on December 20, 2003. The park was raided by Thai officials a day earlier, who were looking for evidence it had sold five pink dolphins to a Singapore water park using fake papers claiming the dolphins were bred in captivity. Pink dolphins, also known as Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins, are among the world's most endangered species.
THAILAND SINGAPORE DOLPHINS
RTR92FV
December 20, 2003
An Irrawaddy dolphin (R) performs with two pink dolphins at the Oasis Sea World marine park in Chantaburi,...
Chantaburi, Thailand
AN IRRAWADDY DOLPHIN PERFORMS WITH PINK DOLPHINS AT A MARINE PARK IN CHANTABURI.
An Irrawaddy dolphin (R) performs with two pink dolphins at the Oasis Sea World marine park in Chantaburi, nearly 290 km (190 miles) southeast of Bangkok on December 20, 2003. The park was raided by Thai officials a day earlier, who were looking for evidence it had sold five pink dolphins to a Singapore water park using fake papers claiming the dolphins were bred in captivity. Pink dolphins, also known as Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins, are among the world's most endangered species. REUTERS/Adrees Latif AL
CAMBODIA
RTXL9SB
May 21, 2002
- PHOTO TAKEN 26APR02 - A Cambodian fisherman casts a net on the Mekong River in the Kampi district of...
Kampi, Cambodia
- PHOTO TAKEN 26APR02 - A Cambodian fisherman casts a net on the Mekong River in the Kampi district .....
- PHOTO TAKEN 26APR02 - A Cambodian fisherman casts a net on the Mekong River in the Kampi district of northeastern Cambodia - the home of the largest group of Cambodia's rare Irrawaddy dolphins. [Fishing, hunting and increased river traffic have wreaked havoc on the dolphin's habitat, but a mix of ancient Cambodian legend and local action offers these rare aquatic animals a chance of survival.] Picture taken April 26, 2002.
CAMBODIA DOLPHIN
RTR4BG2
April 26, 2002
A Cambodian fisherman casts a net on the Mekong River in the Kampi
district of northeastern Cambodia...
Kampi, Cambodia - Kingdom of
TO MATCH FEATURE CAMBODIA-DOLPHIN.
A Cambodian fisherman casts a net on the Mekong River in the Kampi
district of northeastern Cambodia - the home of the largest group of
Cambodia's rare Irrawaddy dolphins. Fishing, hunting and increased
river traffic have wreaked havoc on the dolphin's habitat, but a mix of
ancient Cambodian legend and local action offers these rare aquatic
animals a chance of survival. Picture taken April 26, 2002. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE
REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea TO MATCH FEATURE CAMBODIA-DOLPHIN

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