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ZIMBABWE-CROCODILES
RTR3KE9T 
April 08, 2014 
Crocodiles feed on vegetarian pellets inside a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba, in this picture... 
Kariba, Zimbabwe 
Crocodiles feed on vegetarian pellets inside a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba 
Crocodiles feed on vegetarian pellets inside a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba, in this picture taken April 2, 2014. Crocodiles are some of the most feared predators in Africa, ruthless reptiles renowned for tearing their prey to pieces before swallowing hunks of meat raw. But in the baking sun at Nyanyana crocodile farm on the shores of Zimbabwe's Lake Kariba, feeding time has a surreal edge as the beasts nibble lazily at bowls of vegetarian pellets. Besides being cheaper than meat, the diet of protein concentrate, minerals, vitamins, maize meal and water is said to enhance crocodile skin destined to become handbags or shoes on the catwalks of New York, Paris, London or Milan. Picture taken April 2, 2014. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: ANIMALS FASHION BUSINESS) 
ZIMBABWE-CROCODILES
RTR3KE98 
April 08, 2014 
A crocodile lies in a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba, in this picture taken April 2, 2014.... 
Kariba, Zimbabwe 
A crocodile lies in a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba, 
A crocodile lies in a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba, in this picture taken April 2, 2014. Crocodiles are some of the most feared predators in Africa, ruthless reptiles renowned for tearing their prey to pieces before swallowing hunks of meat raw. But in the baking sun at Nyanyana crocodile farm on the shores of Zimbabwe's Lake Kariba, feeding time has a surreal edge as the beasts nibble lazily at bowls of vegetarian pellets. Besides being cheaper than meat, the diet of protein concentrate, minerals, vitamins, maize meal and water is said to enhance crocodile skin destined to become handbags or shoes on the catwalks of New York, Paris, London or Milan. Picture taken April 2, 2014. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: ANIMALS FASHION BUSINESS) 
ZIMBABWE-CROCODILES
RTR3KE8M 
April 08, 2014 
Crocodile hatchling swim inside a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba, in this picture taken April... 
Kariba, Zimbabwe 
Crocodile hatchling swim inside a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba 
Crocodile hatchling swim inside a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba, in this picture taken April 2, 2014. Crocodiles are some of the most feared predators in Africa, ruthless reptiles renowned for tearing their prey to pieces before swallowing hunks of meat raw. But in the baking sun at Nyanyana crocodile farm on the shores of Zimbabwe's Lake Kariba, feeding time has a surreal edge as the beasts nibble lazily at bowls of vegetarian pellets. Besides being cheaper than meat, the diet of protein concentrate, minerals, vitamins, maize meal and water is said to enhance crocodile skin destined to become handbags or shoes on the catwalks of New York, Paris, London or Milan. Picture taken April 2, 2014. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: ANIMALS FASHION BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
ZIMBABWE-CROCODILES
RTR3KE7X 
April 08, 2014 
Crocodiles feed on vegetarian pellets inside a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba, in this picture... 
Kariba, Zimbabwe 
Crocodiles feed on vegetarian pellets inside a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba 
Crocodiles feed on vegetarian pellets inside a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba, in this picture taken April 2, 2014. Crocodiles are some of the most feared predators in Africa, ruthless reptiles renowned for tearing their prey to pieces before swallowing hunks of meat raw. But in the baking sun at Nyanyana crocodile farm on the shores of Zimbabwe's Lake Kariba, feeding time has a surreal edge as the beasts nibble lazily at bowls of vegetarian pellets. Besides being cheaper than meat, the diet of protein concentrate, minerals, vitamins, maize meal and water is said to enhance crocodile skin destined to become handbags or shoes on the catwalks of New York, Paris, London or Milan. Picture taken April 2, 2014. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: ANIMALS FASHION BUSINESS) 
ZIMBABWE-CROCODILES
RTR3KE7G 
April 08, 2014 
A crocodile swims inside a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba, in this picture taken April 2, 2014.... 
Kariba, Zimbabwe 
A crocodile swims inside a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba 
A crocodile swims inside a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba, in this picture taken April 2, 2014. Crocodiles are some of the most feared predators in Africa, ruthless reptiles renowned for tearing their prey to pieces before swallowing hunks of meat raw. But in the baking sun at Nyanyana crocodile farm on the shores of Zimbabwe's Lake Kariba, feeding time has a surreal edge as the beasts nibble lazily at bowls of vegetarian pellets. Besides being cheaper than meat, the diet of protein concentrate, minerals, vitamins, maize meal and water is said to enhance crocodile skin destined to become handbags or shoes on the catwalks of New York, Paris, London or Milan. Picture taken April 2, 2014. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: ANIMALS FASHION BUSINESS) 
ZAMBIA-FLOODS/POWER
RTR1WYY5 
February 11, 2008 
People watch as the spillway gates are opened at Kariba North Bank dam on Lake Kariba to reduce rising... 
Kariba, Zambia 
People watch as the spillway gates are opened at Kariba North Bank dam on Lake Kariba 
People watch as the spillway gates are opened at Kariba North Bank dam on Lake Kariba to reduce rising water levels as a measure to protect the dam February 11, 2008. Zambia and neighbour Zimbabwe said on Monday they had placed military forces on flood alert after opening a floodgate at a key dam that is expected to force Mozambique to evacuate 100,000 people
REUTERS/Mackson Wasamunu (ZAMBIA) 
PXP01D
RTR4H5I 
October 03, 2003 
Zimbabwean Gary Bissett proudly holds aloft his prize winning Tiger
Fish ( hydrocynus vittatis ) on... 
Kariba, Zimbabwe - Republic of 
GARY BISSETT HOLDS ALOFT HIS PRIZE WINNING TIGER FISH AT INTERNATIONAL
TIGER FISH TOURNAMENT. 
Zimbabwean Gary Bissett proudly holds aloft his prize winning Tiger
Fish ( hydrocynus vittatis ) on the last day of the three day Kariba
International Tiger Fish Tournament October 3, 2003. Bissett's fish
weighed in at 8,295 Kg's to win the biggest fish category of the 42nd
annual tournament of the world's largest single species four man
freshwater angling competition. 180 teams from Zimbabwe, South Africa,
Zambia, Mozambique, Botswana and the United Kingdom competed in the
event on the 250 Km long man made Lake Kariba catching a total of 3052
fish weighing 6,4 tonnes. REUTERS/Howard Burditt PP03100036

HB 
PXP06D
RTR488Y 
October 03, 2003 
Zimbabwean transport operator Gordon Christie laughs after catching a
Tiger Fish (Hydrocynus Vittatis)... 
Kariba, Zimbabwe - Republic of 
ZIMBABWEAN FISHER HOLDS TIGER FISH DURING TOURNAMENT ON LAKE KARIBA. 
Zimbabwean transport operator Gordon Christie laughs after catching a
Tiger Fish (Hydrocynus Vittatis) during the three day Kariba
International Tiger Fish Tournament October 3, 2003. Christie, whose
team finished in tenth place, was taking part in the 42nd annual
tournament of the world's largest single species four man freshwater
angling competition. 180 teams from Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia,
Mozambique, Botswana and the United Kingdom competed in the event on
the 250 Km long man made Lake Kariba catching a total of 3052 fish
weighing 6.4 tonnes. REUTERS/Howard Burditt PP03100036

HB/SN 
ZIM13D
RTR4H64 
October 02, 2003 
A Zimbabwean child minder takes her charge for a walk during the three day
Kariba International Tiger... 
Kariba, Zimbabwe - Republic of 
ZIMBABWEAN CHILD MINDER TAKES HER CHARGE FOR A WALK DURING THREE
DAY TIGER FISH TOURNAMENT. 
A Zimbabwean child minder takes her charge for a walk during the three day
Kariba International Tiger Fish Tournament October 2, 2003. 180 teams from
Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia, Mozambique, Botswana and the United Kingdom
competed in the event on the 250 Km long man made Lake Kariba catching a
total of 3052 fish weighing 6,4 tonnes. REUTERS/Howard Burditt

HB 
PXP03D
RTR4H5X 
October 02, 2003 
Zimbabwean farmer and bird breeder Louise Swart waits for a strike from a
Tiger Fish ( hydrocynus vittatis... 
Kariba, Zimbabwe - Republic of 
LOUISE SWART WAITS FOR A STRIKE FROM A TIGER FISH AT TIGER FISH
TOURNAMENT. 
Zimbabwean farmer and bird breeder Louise Swart waits for a strike from a
Tiger Fish ( hydrocynus vittatis ) on the second day of the three day Kariba
International Tiger Fish Tournament October 2, 2003. Swart, who fishes for
Zimbabwe, has been in the winning team with her husband Danie 4 times and
finished in the top ten 13 times in the 42 year annual tournament of the
world's largest single species four man freshwater angling competition. 180
teams from Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia, Mozambique, Botswana and the
United Kingdom competed in the event on the 250 Km long man made Lake Kariba
catching a total of 3052 fish weighing 6,4 tonnes. REUTERS/Howard Burditt

HB 
PXP02D
RTR4H5P 
October 02, 2003 
Zimbabwean farmer and bird breeder Danie Swart lands a Tiger Fish (
hydrocynus vittatis ) on the second... 
Kariba, Zimbabwe - Republic of 
DANIE SWART LANDS A TIGER FISH AT THE TIGER FISH TOURNAMENT. 
Zimbabwean farmer and bird breeder Danie Swart lands a Tiger Fish (
hydrocynus vittatis ) on the second day of the three day Kariba
International Tiger Fish Tournament October 2, 2003. Swart, who fishes
for Zimbabwe, has been in the winning team 7 times and finished in the
top ten 20 times in the 42 year annual tournament of the world's
largest single species four man freshwater angling competition. 180
teams from Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia, Mozambique, Botswana and the
United Kingdom competed in the event on the 250 Km long man made Lake
Kariba catching a total of 3052 fish weighing 6,4 tonnes.
REUTERS/Howard Burditt PP03100036

HB 
PXP15D
RTR4H4Z 
October 02, 2003 
A lone male baboon nicknamed Brian, who is marooned on a small island eats
bits of cabbage thrown by... 
Kariba, Zimbabwe - Republic of 
BABOON EATS BITS OF CABBAGE THROWN BY FISHERMEN DURING TIGER FISH
TOURNAMENT. 
A lone male baboon nicknamed Brian, who is marooned on a small island eats
bits of cabbage thrown by fishermen during the three day Kariba
International Tiger Fish Tournament October 2, 2003. 180 teams from
Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia, Mozambique, Botswana and the United Kingdom
competed in the event on the 250 Km long man made Lake Kariba catching a
total of 3052 fish weighing 6,4 tonnes. REUTERS/Howard Burditt

HB 
PXP15D
RTR4H4L 
October 02, 2003 
MALE BABOON EATS BITS OF CABBAGE THROWN BY FISHERMEN DURING THREE DAY KARIBA
INTERNATIONL TIGER FISH... 
Kariba, Zimbabwe - Republic of 
MALE BABOON EATS BITS OF CABBAGE THROWN BY FISHERMEN DURING THREE
DAY KARIBA INTERNATIONL TIGER ... 
MALE BABOON EATS BITS OF CABBAGE THROWN BY FISHERMEN DURING THREE DAY KARIBA
INTERNATIONL TIGER FISH TOURNAMENT.

A lone male baboon nicknamed Brian, who is marooned on a small island eats
bits of cabbage thrown by fishermen during the three day Kariba
International Tiger Fish Tournament October 2, 2003. 180 teams from
Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia, Mozambique, Botswana and the United Kingdom
competed in the event on the 250 Km long man made Lake Kariba catching a
total of 3052 fish weighing 6,4 tonnes. REUTERS/Howard Burditt 
PXP07D
RTR4H6P 
October 01, 2003 
Zimbabwean businessman Clive Curden pulls a face at his 7,5 Kg Tiger Fish (
hydrocynus vittatis ) during... 
Kariba, Zimbabwe - Republic of 
CLIVE CURDEN PULLS A FACE AT HIS TIGER FISH AT THE TIGER FIST
TOURNAMENT. 
Zimbabwean businessman Clive Curden pulls a face at his 7,5 Kg Tiger Fish (
hydrocynus vittatis ) during the three day Kariba International Tiger Fish
Tournament October 1, 2003. Curden was taking part in the 42nd annual
tournament of the world's largest single species four man freshwater angling
competition. 180 teams from Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia, Mozambique,
Botswana and the United Kingdom competed in the event on the 250 Km long man
made Lake Kariba catching a total of 3052 fish weighing 6,4 tonnes.
REUTERS/Howard Burditt PP03100036

HB 
PXP05D
RTR4H6C 
October 01, 2003 
Zimbabwean farmer Gerald Davidson (R) puts a Tiger Fish ( hydrocynus
vittatis ) onto the scales at the... 
Kariba, Zimbabwe - Republic of 
GERALD DAVIDSON PUTS A TIGER FISH ONTO SCALES AT TIGER FISH TOURNAMENT. 
Zimbabwean farmer Gerald Davidson (R) puts a Tiger Fish ( hydrocynus
vittatis ) onto the scales at the weighing station during the three day
Kariba International Tiger Fish Tournament October 1, 2003. Davidson,
whose team finished in tenth place, was taking part in the 42nd annual
tournament of the world's largest single species four man freshwater
angling competition. 180 teams from Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia,
Mozambique, Botswana and the United Kingdom competed in the event on
the 250 Km long man made Lake Kariba catching a total of 3052 fish
weighing 6,4 tonnes. REUTERS/Howard Burditt PP03100036

HB 
PXP08D
RTR4H5A 
October 01, 2003 
Tiger Fish ( hydrocynus vittatis ) are piled up to be weighed during the
three day Kariba International... 
Kariba, Zimbabwe - Republic of 
TIGER FISH PILED UP TO BE WEIGHED DURING THREE DAY KARIBA
INTERNATIONAL TIGER FISH TOURNAMENT. 
Tiger Fish ( hydrocynus vittatis ) are piled up to be weighed during the
three day Kariba International Tiger Fish Tournament October 1, 2003. The
fish were caught in the 42nd annual tournament of the world's largest single
species four man freshwater angling competition. 180 teams from Zimbabwe,
South Africa, Zambia, Mozambique, Botswana and the United Kingdom competed
in the event on the 250 Km long man made Lake Kariba catching a total of
3052 fish weighing 6,4 tonnes. REUTERS/Howard Burditt
PP03100036

HB 
ELEPHANTS
RTXHGGC 
June 16, 1997 
FILE PHOTO MAR97 - An elephant feeds on the shores of Lake Kariba in the north west of the country. Zimbabwe... 
FILE PHOTO MAR97 - An elephant feeds on the shores of Lake Kariba in the north west of the country. ..... 
FILE PHOTO MAR97 - An elephant feeds on the shores of Lake Kariba in the north west of the country. Zimbabwe has said June 16 it will defy the world ban in the trade of ivory if it fails in its bid to sell some ivory from its stockpile at the Convention for International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) currently taking place in the capital. 
RTRSYG 
June 16, 1997 
FILE PHOTO MAR97 - An elephant feeds on the shores of Lake Kariba in the north west of the country. Zimbabwe... 
AN ELEPHANT FEEDS ON THE SHORE OF LAKE KARIBA FILE PHOTO 
FILE PHOTO MAR97 - An elephant feeds on the shores of Lake Kariba in the north west of the country. Zimbabwe has said June 16 it will defy the world ban in the trade of ivory if it fails in its bid to sell some ivory from its stockpile at the Convention for International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) currently taking place in the capital.

ENVIRONMENT ELEPHANTS 
ELEPHANTS
RTXHLB4 
March 21, 1997 
A cow elephant with her calf feed on water hyiacynth on the shores of Lake Kariba in northern Zimbabwe.... 
A cow elephant with her calf feed on water hyiacynth on the shores of Lake Kariba in northern Zimbab..... 
A cow elephant with her calf feed on water hyiacynth on the shores of Lake Kariba in northern Zimbabwe. Southern African countries that have excess numbers of elephant will seek the removal of the ban on the ivory trade, at the Convention of International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) which will be held in the country in June 1997. Picture taken 16MAR97. 
RTR2L4Q 
March 21, 1997 
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC-AFRICA-ELEPHANTS - A cow elephant with her calf feed on water hyiacynth on... 
ELEPHANTS FEED ON THE SHORES OF LAKE KARIBA 
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC-AFRICA-ELEPHANTS - A cow elephant with her calf feed on water hyiacynth on the shores of Lake Kariba in northern Zimbabwe. Southern African countries that have excess numbers of elephant will seek the removal of the ban on the ivory trade, at the Convention of International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) which will be held in the country in June 1997. Picture taken 16MAR97.

AFRICA ELEPHANTS 
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