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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7HDQZ
May 05, 2020
A goose is seen at York central station after laying four eggs following the outbreak of the coronavirus...
York, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in York
A goose is seen at York central station after laying four eggs following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), York, Britain, May 5, 2020. REUTERS/Lee Smith
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7HDQN
May 05, 2020
A notice is seen after a goose at York central station layed four eggs following the outbreak of the...
York, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in York
A notice is seen after a goose at York central station layed four eggs following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), York, Britain, May 5, 2020. REUTERS/Lee Smith
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7HDQD
May 05, 2020
A notice is seen after a goose at York central station layed four eggs following the outbreak of the...
York, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in York
A notice is seen after a goose at York central station layed four eggs following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), York, Britain, May 5, 2020. REUTERS/Lee Smith
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7HDQ4
May 05, 2020
A goose is seen at York central station after laying four eggs following the outbreak of the coronavirus...
York, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in York
A goose is seen at York central station after laying four eggs following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), York, Britain, May 5, 2020. REUTERS/Lee Smith
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7HDPP
May 05, 2020
A goose is seen at York central station after laying four eggs following the outbreak of the coronavirus...
York, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in York
A goose is seen at York central station after laying four eggs following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), York, Britain, May 5, 2020. REUTERS/Lee Smith
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7HDPQ
May 05, 2020
A goose is seen at York central station after laying four eggs following the outbreak of the coronavirus...
York, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in York
A goose is seen at York central station after laying four eggs following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), York, Britain, May 5, 2020. REUTERS/Lee Smith
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTS38P6A
April 11, 2020
An Easter egg lays in the grass in the backyard of the Pina residence, amid the ongoing coronavirus disease...
Plymouth, UNITED STATES
An Easter egg lays in the grass in the backyard of the Pina residence, amid the ongoing coronavirus disease...
An Easter egg lays in the grass in the backyard of the Pina residence, amid the ongoing coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Plymouth, Michigan, U.S. April 11, 2020. REUTERS/Emily Elconin
CLIMATE-CHANGE/TITICACA
RTS2PA76
September 05, 2019
Oscar Limachi, 48, a member of the local Qewaya community who works as a tour guide on Lake Titicaca,...
QEWAYA, Bolivia
The Wider Image: Lake Titicaca, once considered Andean deity, faces pollution threat
Oscar Limachi, 48, a member of the local Qewaya community who works as a tour guide on Lake Titicaca, poses for a photograph in Qewaya village, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia, July 3, 2018. Limachi says that waste from El Alto and a lack of understanding about pollution risk changing the habitat forever. "It is also our fault, people throw garbage and plastic everywhere, they don't understand this is polluting," he says, adding that many plant varieties in the lake had already vanished. "Fish used to live, eat and lay their eggs amongst these plants. Now there are no plants, so no fish," he says. "We are afraid that someday the fish will disappear or migrate forever." REUTERS/Manuel Seoane SEARCH "TITICACA CLIMATE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CLIMATE-CHANGE/TITICACA
RTS2PA70
September 05, 2019
Oscar Limachi, 48, a member of the local Qewaya community who works as a tour guide on Lake Titicaca,...
QEWAYA, Bolivia
The Wider Image: Lake Titicaca, once considered Andean deity, faces pollution threat
Oscar Limachi, 48, a member of the local Qewaya community who works as a tour guide on Lake Titicaca, makes a small boat of totora plant for an art and craft sale at Pariti island museum, in Qewaya village, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia, July 4, 2018. Limachi says that waste from El Alto and a lack of understanding about pollution risk changing the habitat forever. "It is also our fault, people throw garbage and plastic everywhere, they don't understand this is polluting," he says, adding that many plant varieties in the lake had already vanished. "Fish used to live, eat and lay their eggs amongst these plants. Now there are no plants, so no fish," he says. "We are afraid that someday the fish will disappear or migrate forever." REUTERS/Manuel Seoane SEARCH "TITICACA CLIMATE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CLIMATE-CHANGE/TITICACA
RTS2PA6Z
September 05, 2019
Oscar Limachi, 48, a member of the local Qewaya community who works as a tour guide on Lake Titicaca,...
BOLIVIA, Bolivia
The Wider Image: Lake Titicaca, once considered Andean deity, faces pollution threat
Oscar Limachi, 48, a member of the local Qewaya community who works as a tour guide on Lake Titicaca, poses for a photograph in Qewaya village, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia, July 3, 2018. Limachi says that waste from El Alto and a lack of understanding about pollution risk changing the habitat forever. "It is also our fault, people throw garbage and plastic everywhere, they don't understand this is polluting," he says, adding that many plant varieties in the lake had already vanished. "Fish used to live, eat and lay their eggs amongst these plants. Now there are no plants, so no fish," he says. "We are afraid that someday the fish will disappear or migrate forever." REUTERS/Manuel Seoane SEARCH "TITICACA CLIMATE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CLIMATE-CHANGE/TITICACA
RTS2PA6R
September 05, 2019
Oscar Limachi, 48, a member of the local Qewaya community who works as a tour guide on Lake Titicaca,...
QEWAYA, Bolivia
The Wider Image: Lake Titicaca, once considered Andean deity, faces pollution threat
Oscar Limachi, 48, a member of the local Qewaya community who works as a tour guide on Lake Titicaca, gathers totora plant to use in art and crafts project to be sold at Pariti island museum, at Pariti island museum, in Qewaya village, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia, July 4, 2018. Limachi says that waste from El Alto and a lack of understanding about pollution risk changing the habitat forever. "It is also our fault, people throw garbage and plastic everywhere, they don't understand this is polluting," he says, adding that many plant varieties in the lake had already vanished. "Fish used to live, eat and lay their eggs amongst these plants. Now there are no plants, so no fish," he says. "We are afraid that someday the fish will disappear or migrate forever." REUTERS/Manuel Seoane SEARCH "TITICACA CLIMATE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CLIMATE-CHANGE/TITICACA
RTS2PA6J
September 05, 2019
Oscar Limachi, 48, a member of the local Qewaya community who works as a tour guide, and his son-in-law...
QEWAYA, Bolivia
The Wider Image: Lake Titicaca, once considered Andean deity, faces pollution threat
Oscar Limachi, 48, a member of the local Qewaya community who works as a tour guide, and his son-in-law ride their boat to Pariti island where they often make money as tour guides, in Qewaya village, Lake Titicaca, Boliva, July 3, 2018. Limachi says that waste from El Alto and a lack of understanding about pollution risk changing the habitat forever. "It is also our fault, people throw garbage and plastic everywhere, they don't understand this is polluting," he says, adding that many plant varieties in the lake had already vanished. "Fish used to live, eat and lay their eggs amongst these plants. Now there are no plants, so no fish," he says. "We are afraid that someday the fish will disappear or migrate forever." REUTERS/Manuel Seoane SEARCH "TITICACA CLIMATE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CLIMATE-CHANGE/TITICACA
RTS2PA6F
September 05, 2019
Oscar Limachi, 48, a member of the local Qewaya community who works as a tour guide on Lake Titicaca,...
QEWAYA, Bolivia
The Wider Image: Lake Titicaca, once considered Andean deity, faces pollution threat
Oscar Limachi, 48, a member of the local Qewaya community who works as a tour guide on Lake Titicaca, rides his boat early morning in search of a fishing site near Qewaya village, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia, July 3, 2018. "Fish used to live, eat and lay their eggs amongst these plants. Now there are no plants, so no fish," Limachi said. "We are afraid that someday the fish will disappear or migrate forever." REUTERS/Manuel Seoane SEARCH "TITICACA CLIMATE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-SWINEFEVER/DUCKS
RTX7129D
July 26, 2019
A duck prepares to lay an egg at a farm in Jiaxiang county, Shandong province, China, July 16, 2019....
JIAXIANG, China
A duck prepares to lay an egg at a farm in Jiaxiang county
A duck prepares to lay an egg at a farm in Jiaxiang county, Shandong province, China, July 16, 2019. Picture taken July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Jason Lee
HONGKONG-EXTRADITION/
RTS2J38B
June 21, 2019
Eggs lay on the street as people protest demanding Hong Kong’s leaders to step down and withdraw the...
Hong Kong, China
Demonstration demanding Hong Kong's leaders to step down and withdraw the extradition bill, in Hong Kong...
Eggs lay on the street as people protest demanding Hong Kong’s leaders to step down and withdraw the extradition bill, in Hong Kong, China June 21, 2019. REUTERS/Ann Wang
MALAYSIA-RELIGION/VILLAIN HITTING
RTX6PUQN
March 06, 2019
Duck eggs, bean curds and pork cuts are prepared for temple devotees to perform a "villain-hitting" ritual...
Klang, Malaysia
Duck eggs, bean curds and pork cuts are prepared for temple devotees to perform a "villain-hitting" ritual...
Duck eggs, bean curds and pork cuts are prepared for temple devotees to perform a "villain-hitting" ritual during the Jingzhe festival at a Chinese temple in Klang, Malaysia, March 6, 2019. REUTERS/Lai Seng Sin
TURKEY-SEATURTLES/
RTS202DM
September 05, 2018
June Haimoff first stumbled across a loggerhead turtle on Turkey's southern coast more than 30 years...
DALYAN, Turkey
The Wider Image: Saving Turkey's turtles from builders and boats
June Haimoff first stumbled across a loggerhead turtle on Turkey's southern coast more than 30 years ago. It was a chance encounter that changed her life and the future of the beach she was wandering along. Already beguiled by the 4 km (2.5 mile) stretch of sand, which forms a natural barrier between the Mediterranean Sea and the reed-lined freshwater inlets of the Dalyan river, she set up home there in the 1980s and soon fell in love with the turtles. Three decades later the 95-year-old Englishwoman still has a shed overlooking Iztuzu beach, which she has campaigned to protect from developers and to preserve as a natural environment where the threatened turtles can breed. "When I first saw a sea turtle laying eggs, I watched without moving. I remember tears in my eyes," she said. "From that day I started to collect any kind of information about them that I could." REUTERS/Umit Bektas SEARCH "BEKTAS TURTLES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: TURKEY-SEATURTLES/ TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TURKEY-SEATURTLES/
RTS1ZZWH
September 04, 2018
A sea turtle returns to the sea after laying eggs at Iztuzu Beach near Dalyan in Mugla province, Turkey,...
DALYAN, Turkey
The Wider Image: Saving Turkey's turtles from builders and boats
A sea turtle returns to the sea after laying eggs at Iztuzu Beach near Dalyan in Mugla province, Turkey, July 4, 2018. REUTERS/Umit Bektas SEARCH "BEKTAS TURTLES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TURKEY-SEATURTLES/
RTS1ZZVO
September 04, 2018
A sea turtle lays her eggs at Iztuzu Beach near Dalyan in Mugla province, Turkey, July 4, 2018. REUTERS/Umit...
DALYAN, Turkey
The Wider Image: Saving Turkey's turtles from builders and boats
A sea turtle lays her eggs at Iztuzu Beach near Dalyan in Mugla province, Turkey, July 4, 2018. REUTERS/Umit Bektas SEARCH "BEKTAS TURTLES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TURKEY-SEATURTLES/
RTS1ZZVB
September 04, 2018
June Haimoff, known as Captain June, poses for a photo in her hut at Iztuzu Beach near Dalyan in Mugla...
DALYAN, Turkey
The Wider Image: Saving Turkey's turtles from builders and boats
June Haimoff, known as Captain June, poses for a photo in her hut at Iztuzu Beach near Dalyan in Mugla province, Turkey, August 1, 2018. "When I first saw a sea turtle laying eggs, I watched without moving. I remember tears in my eyes," Haimoff said. "From that day I started to collect any kind of information about them that I could." REUTERS/Umit Bektas SEARCH "BEKTAS TURTLES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TURKEY-SEATURTLES/
RTS1ZZUU
September 04, 2018
A sea turtle returns to the sea after laying eggs at Iztuzu Beach near Dalyan in Mugla province, Turkey,...
DALYAN, Turkey
The Wider Image: Saving Turkey's turtles from builders and boats
A sea turtle returns to the sea after laying eggs at Iztuzu Beach near Dalyan in Mugla province, Turkey, July 4, 2018. REUTERS/Umit Bektas SEARCH "BEKTAS TURTLES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
TURKEY-SEATURTLES/
RTS1ZZUK
September 04, 2018
June Haimoff first stumbled across a loggerhead turtle on Turkey's southern coast more than 30 years...
DALYAN, Turkey
The Wider Image: Saving Turkey's turtles from builders and boats
June Haimoff first stumbled across a loggerhead turtle on Turkey's southern coast more than 30 years ago. It was a chance encounter that changed her life and the future of the beach she was wandering along. Already beguiled by the 4 km (2.5 mile) stretch of sand, which forms a natural barrier between the Mediterranean Sea and the reed-lined freshwater inlets of the Dalyan river, she set up home there in the 1980s and soon fell in love with the turtles. Three decades later the 95-year-old Englishwoman still has a shed overlooking Iztuzu beach, which she has campaigned to protect from developers and to preserve as a natural environment where the threatened turtles can breed. "When I first saw a sea turtle laying eggs, I watched without moving. I remember tears in my eyes," she said. "From that day I started to collect any kind of information about them that I could." REUTERS/Umit Bektas SEARCH "BEKTAS TURTLES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: TURKEY-SEATURTLES/
EGYPT-ANTIQUITIES/RENOVATION
RTS1LZED
January 31, 2018
An ancient toy 'A swan laying on eggs' and others which belonged to The Golden King Tutankhamun are seen...
Cairo, Egypt
An ancient toy 'A swan laying on eggs' and others which belonged to The Golden King Tutankhamun are seen...
An ancient toy 'A swan laying on eggs' and others which belonged to The Golden King Tutankhamun are seen in the conservation centre of the Grand Egyptian Museum, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt January 30, 2018. Picture taken January 30, 2018. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-ANTIQUITIES/RENOVATION
RTS1LYZV
January 31, 2018
An Egyptian archaeological technician uses diagnostic instruments to renovate ancient toy 'A swan laying...
Cairo, Egypt
An Egyptian archaeological technician uses diagnostic instruments to renovate ancient toy 'A swan laying...
An Egyptian archaeological technician uses diagnostic instruments to renovate ancient toy 'A swan laying on eggs' which belonged to The Golden King Tutankhamun, in the conservation centre of the Grand Egyptian Museum, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt January 30, 2018. Picture taken January 30, 2018. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
Wider Image
Wider Image
Ant-hunting we will go
21 PICTURES
SINGAPORE-ANTS/
RTX38GD5
May 31, 2017
Shining their flashlights into the darkest corners of Singapore, a small group of ant hunters search...
Singapore, Singapore
The Wider Image: Ant-hunting we will go!
Shining their flashlights into the darkest corners of Singapore, a small group of ant hunters search for an elusive winged insect. With luck, they will find a queen ant to lay eggs and start a colony under the watchful eye of a collector. Singapore, a tropical city-state home to more than 40 endemic ant species, has a small but growing community of ant collectors. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "SU ANTS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: SINGAPORE-ANTS/
BELARUS-ANNIVERSARY/
RTS13R2I
April 24, 2017
A woman lays a piece of Easter cake, an egg, and sweets at a grave in a cemetery on the eve of "Radunitsa",...
TULGOVICHI, Belarus
Woman lays a piece of Easter cake, an egg, and sweets at a grave in a cemetery on the eve of "Radunitsa",...
A woman lays a piece of Easter cake, an egg, and sweets at a grave in a cemetery on the eve of "Radunitsa", or the Day of Rejoicing, a holiday in the Eastern Orthodox Church to remember the dead, in the abandoned village of Tulgovichi, near the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor, Belarus, April 24, 2017. Every year residents, who left their villages after the Chernobyl blast, gather at the cemeteries for a day to visit their relatives' graves, and to meet with former friends and neighbours. Belarus, Ukraine and Russia will be marking the 31st anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear reactor explosion, the world's worst civil nuclear accident which took place on April 26, 1986. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
BRAZIL-DAMBURST/ENVIRONMENT
RTX1V4BL
November 21, 2015
A loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) lays her eggs on the beach, about 4 kilometers from the mouth...
LINHARES, Brazil
A loggerhead sea turtle lays eggs on the beach in Regencia village
A loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) lays her eggs on the beach, about 4 kilometers from the mouth of Rio Doce in Regencia village, where, according to Brazil's environmental regulator IBAMA, the river is about to be flooded with mud after a dam, owned by Vale SA and BHP Billiton Ltd burst, in Brazil November 20, 2015. The collapse of two dams at a Brazilian mine has cut off drinking water for quarter of a million people and saturated waterways downstream with dense orange sediment that could wreck the ecosystem for years to come. Nine people were killed, 19 are still listed as missing and 500 people were displaced from their homes when the dams burst at an iron ore mine in southeasternBrazil on November 5. Scientists say the sediment, which may contain chemicals used by the mine to reduce iron ore impurities, could alter the course of streams as they harden, reduce oxygen levels in the water and diminish the fertility of riverbanks and farmland where floodwater passed. According to IBAMA's forecast, the sediment will reach the sea in Espirito Santo state coast this weekend. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-DAMBURST/ENVIRONMENT
RTX1V4AP
November 21, 2015
A loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) crawls to the sea after laying her eggs on the beach, about...
LINHARES, Brazil
A loggerhead sea turtle crawls to the sea after laying her eggs on the beach in Regencia village
A loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) crawls to the sea after laying her eggs on the beach, about 4 kilometers of the mouth of Rio Doce in Regencia village, where, according to Brazil's environmental regulator IBAMA, the river is about to be flooded with mud after a dam, owned by Vale SA and BHP Billiton Ltd burst, in Brazil November 20, 2015. The collapse of two dams at a Brazilian mine has cut off drinking water for quarter of a million people and saturated waterways downstream with dense orange sediment that could wreck the ecosystem for years to come. Nine people were killed, 19 are still listed as missing and 500 people were displaced from their homes when the dams burst at an iron ore mine in southeasternBrazil on November 5. Scientists say the sediment, which may contain chemicals used by the mine to reduce iron ore impurities, could alter the course of streams as they harden, reduce oxygen levels in the water and diminish the fertility of riverbanks and farmland where floodwater passed. According to IBAMA's forecast, the sediment will reach the sea in Espirito Santo state coast this weekend. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-DAMBURST/ENVIRONMENT
RTX1V4AA
November 21, 2015
People observe a loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) crawling to the sea after laying her eggs on...
LINHARES, Brazil
People observe a loggerhead sea turtle crawling to the sea after laying her eggs on the beach in Regencia...
People observe a loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) crawling to the sea after laying her eggs on the beach, about 4 kilometers from the mouth of Rio Doce in Regencia village, where, according to Brazil's environmental regulator IBAMA, the river is about to be flooded with mud after a dam, owned by Vale SA and BHP Billiton Ltd burst, in Brazil November 20, 2015. The collapse of two dams at a Brazilian mine has cut off drinking water for quarter of a million people and saturated waterways downstream with dense orange sediment that could wreck the ecosystem for years to come. Nine people were killed, 19 are still listed as missing and 500 people were displaced from their homes when the dams burst at an iron ore mine in southeastern Brazil on November 5. Scientists say the sediment, which may contain chemicals used by the mine to reduce iron ore impurities, could alter the course of streams as they harden, reduce oxygen levels in the water and diminish the fertility of riverbanks and farmland where floodwater passed. According to IBAMA's forecast, the sediment will reach the sea in Espirito Santo state coast this weekend. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPEA
August 26, 2015
A close-up photograph shows a female sand flea that has been removed from a sufferer as it lays its eggs...
Jinja, Uganda
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite
A close-up photograph shows a female sand flea that has been removed from a sufferer as it lays its eggs in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 12 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPDR
August 26, 2015
A close-up photograph shows a housefly on a female sand flea that has been removed from a sufferer as...
Jinja, Uganda
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite
A close-up photograph shows a housefly on a female sand flea that has been removed from a sufferer as it lays its eggs in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 13 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES
MINING-EXPLORATION/EXODUS
RTX1PBBR
August 23, 2015
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto, August 7, 2015....
Toronto, Canada
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto, August 7, 2015. Many of the world's junior miners are laying down their picks and shovels to start new ventures ranging from egg exporting to e-cigarette company, as they as try to survive a crash in metals prices by shifting away from exploration. Picture taken on August 7, 2015. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
MINING-EXPLORATION/EXODUS
RTX1PBBI
August 23, 2015
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto, August 7, 2015....
Toronto, Canada
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto, August 7, 2015. Many of the world's junior miners are laying down their picks and shovels to start new ventures ranging from egg exporting to e-cigarette company, as they as try to survive a crash in metals prices by shifting away from exploration. Picture taken on August 7, 2015. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
MINING-EXPLORATION/EXODUS
RTX1PBBF
August 23, 2015
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto, August 7, 2015....
Toronto, Canada
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto, August 7, 2015. Many of the world's junior miners are laying down their picks and shovels to start new ventures ranging from egg exporting to e-cigarette company, as they as try to survive a crash in metals prices by shifting away from exploration. Picture taken on August 7, 2015. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
MINING-EXPLORATION/EXODUS
RTX1PBB3
August 23, 2015
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto, August 7, 2015....
Toronto, Canada
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto, August 7, 2015. Many of the world's junior miners are laying down their picks and shovels to start new ventures ranging from egg exporting to e-cigarette company, as they as try to survive a crash in metals prices by shifting away from exploration. Picture taken on August 7, 2015. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
MINING-EXPLORATION/EXODUS
RTX1PBAZ
August 23, 2015
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto, August 7, 2015....
Toronto, Canada
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto, August 7, 2015. Many of the world's junior miners are laying down their picks and shovels to start new ventures ranging from egg exporting to e-cigarette company, as they as try to survive a crash in metals prices by shifting away from exploration. Picture taken on August 7, 2015. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
MINING-EXPLORATION/EXODUS
RTX1PBAW
August 23, 2015
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto, August 7, 2015....
Toronto, Canada
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto
A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto, August 7, 2015. Many of the world's junior miners are laying down their picks and shovels to start new ventures ranging from egg exporting to e-cigarette company, as they as try to survive a crash in metals prices by shifting away from exploration. Picture taken on August 7, 2015. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
MINING-EXPLORATION/EXODUS
RTX1PB7M
August 23, 2015
A 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals, formerly a copper exploration company, is...
TIVERTON, Canada
A 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals is seen in Tiverton
A 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals, formerly a copper exploration company, is seen as it prepares to become a medical marijuana producer in Tiverton, Ontario August 5, 2015. Many of the world's junior miners are laying down their picks and shovels to start new ventures ranging from egg exporting to medical marijuana farming, as they as try to survive a crash in metals prices by shifting away from exploration. Picture taken on August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Euan Rocha
MINING-EXPLORATION/EXODUS
RTX1PB71
August 23, 2015
A 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals, formerly a copper exploration company, is...
TIVERTON, Canada
A 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals is seen in Tiverton
A 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals, formerly a copper exploration company, is seen as it prepares to become a medical marijuana producer in Tiverton, Ontario August 5, 2015. Many of the world's junior miners are laying down their picks and shovels to start new ventures ranging from egg exporting to medical marijuana farming, as they as try to survive a crash in metals prices by shifting away from exploration. Picture taken on August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Euan Rocha
MINING-EXPLORATION/EXODUS
RTX1PB6Y
August 23, 2015
A 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals, formerly a copper exploration company, is...
TIVERTON, Canada
A 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals is seen in Tiverton
A 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals, formerly a copper exploration company, is seen as it prepares to become a medical marijuana producer in Tiverton, Ontario August 5, 2015. Many of the world's junior miners are laying down their picks and shovels to start new ventures ranging from egg exporting to medical marijuana farming, as they as try to survive a crash in metals prices by shifting away from exploration. Picture taken on August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Euan Rocha
MINING-EXPLORATION/EXODUS
RTX1PB6V
August 23, 2015
A 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals, formerly a copper exploration company, is...
TIVERTON, Canada
A 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals is seen in Tiverton
A 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals, formerly a copper exploration company, is seen as it prepares to become a medical marijuana producer in Tiverton, Ontario August 5, 2015. Many of the world's junior miners are laying down their picks and shovels to start new ventures ranging from egg exporting to medical marijuana farming, as they as try to survive a crash in metals prices by shifting away from exploration. Picture taken on August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Euan Rocha
MINING-EXPLORATION/EXODUS
RTX1PB6T
August 23, 2015
A 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals, formerly a copper exploration company, is...
TIVERTON, Canada
A 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals is seen in Tiverton
A 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals, formerly a copper exploration company, is seen as it prepares to become a medical marijuana producer in Tiverton, Ontario August 5, 2015. Many of the world's junior miners are laying down their picks and shovels to start new ventures ranging from egg exporting to medical marijuana farming, as they as try to survive a crash in metals prices by shifting away from exploration. Picture taken on August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Euan Rocha
MINING-EXPLORATION/EXODUS
RTX1PB59
August 23, 2015
Empty growing trays at a 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals, formerly a copper...
TIVERTON, Canada
Empty growing trays at a 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals in Tiverton
Empty growing trays at a 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals, formerly a copper exploration company, as it prepares to become a medical marijuana producer in Tiverton, Ontario August 5, 2015. Many of the world's junior miners are laying down their picks and shovels to start new ventures ranging from egg exporting to medical marijuana farming, as they as try to survive a crash in metals prices by shifting away from exploration. Picture taken on August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Euan Rocha
MINING-EXPLORATION/EXODUS
RTX1PB55
August 23, 2015
A logo is seen on the floor in a warehouse at a 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals,...
TIVERTON, Canada
A logo is seen on the floor of a warehouse at a 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals...
A logo is seen on the floor in a warehouse at a 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals, formerly a copper exploration company, as it prepares to become a medical marijuana producer in Tiverton, Ontario August 5, 2015. Many of the world's junior miners are laying down their picks and shovels to start new ventures ranging from egg exporting to medical marijuana farming, as they as try to survive a crash in metals prices by shifting away from exploration. Picture taken on August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Euan Rocha
MINING-EXPLORATION/EXODUS
RTX1PB4V
August 23, 2015
Empty shelves are seen in a warehouse at a 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals,...
TIVERTON, Canada
Empty shelves are seen in a warehouse at a 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals...
Empty shelves are seen in a warehouse at a 7-acre greenhouse facility run by Supreme Pharmaceuticals, formerly a copper exploration company, as it prepares to become a medical marijuana producer in Tiverton, Ontario August 5, 2015. Many of the world's junior miners are laying down their picks and shovels to start new ventures ranging from egg exporting to medical marijuana farming, as they as try to survive a crash in metals prices by shifting away from exploration. Picture taken on August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Euan Rocha
KAZAKHSTAN-ANIMALS/
RTR4YN4E
June 03, 2015
Pink flamingos are reflected in a mirror wall set by keepers in their enclosure at the zoo in Almaty,...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
Pink flamingos are reflected in a mirror wall set by keepers in their enclosure at the zoo in Almaty,...
Pink flamingos are reflected in a mirror wall set by keepers in their enclosure at the zoo in Almaty, Kazakhstan, June 3, 2015. Like many birds, flamingos do not breed very well in small flocks and the illusion of a larger group could help the zoo's 20 flamingos to nest and eventually lay eggs. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
KAZAKHSTAN-ANIMALS/
RTR4YN49
June 03, 2015
A swan floats alone by a mirror wall reflecting pink flamingos in their enclosure at the zoo in Almaty,...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
A swan floats alone by a mirror wall reflecting pink flamingos in their enclosure at the zoo in Almaty,...
A swan floats alone by a mirror wall reflecting pink flamingos in their enclosure at the zoo in Almaty, Kazakhstan, June 3, 2015. Like many birds, flamingos do not breed very well in small flocks and the illusion of a larger group could help the zoo's 20 flamingos to nest and eventually lay eggs. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
KAZAKHSTAN-ANIMALS/
RTR4YM98
June 03, 2015
Pink flamingos walk along a mirror wall set by keepers in their enclosure at the zoo in Almaty, Kazakhstan,...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
Pink flamingos walk along a mirror wall set by keepers in their enclosure at the zoo in Almaty, Kazakhstan...
Pink flamingos walk along a mirror wall set by keepers in their enclosure at the zoo in Almaty, Kazakhstan, June 3, 2015. According to the staff at the zoo, the mirror wall serves as an illusion of a larger flock, which could help the zoo's 20 flamingos to nest and eventually lay eggs due to the birds' nature of not breeding well in smaller groups. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
KAZAKHSTAN-ANIMALS/
RTR4YM8X
June 03, 2015
Black swans float behind a mirror wall reflecting pink flamingos in their enclosure at the zoo in Almaty,...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
Black swans float behind a mirror wall reflecting pink flamingos in their enclosure at the zoo in Almaty,...
Black swans float behind a mirror wall reflecting pink flamingos in their enclosure at the zoo in Almaty, Kazakhstan, June 3, 2015. According to the staff at the zoo, the mirror wall serves as an illusion of a larger flock, which could help the zoo's 20 flamingos to nest and eventually lay eggs due to the birds' nature of not breeding well in smaller groups. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
KAZAKHSTAN-ANIMALS/
RTR4YM81
June 03, 2015
Pink flamingos are reflected in a mirror wall set by keepers in their enclosure at the zoo in Almaty,...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
Pink flamingos are reflected in a mirror wall set by keepers in their enclosure at the zoo in Almaty
Pink flamingos are reflected in a mirror wall set by keepers in their enclosure at the zoo in Almaty, Kazakhstan, June 3, 2015. According to the staff at the zoo, the mirror wall serves as an illusion of a larger flock, which could help the zoo's 20 flamingos to nest and eventually lay eggs due to the birds' nature of not breeding well in smaller groups. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/
RTX1B16R
April 30, 2015
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top...
Harris, United States of America
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top U.S. egg-producing state, found a lethal strain of bird flu in millions of hens at an egg-laying facility on Monday, the worst case so far in a national outbreak that prompted Wisconsin to declare a state of emergency. The infected Iowa birds were being raised near the city of Harris by Sunrise Farms, an affiliate of Sonstegard Foods Company, the company said. REUTERS/Joe Ahlquist
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/
RTX1B16Q
April 30, 2015
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top...
Harris, United States of America
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top U.S. egg-producing state, found a lethal strain of bird flu in millions of hens at an egg-laying facility on Monday, the worst case so far in a national outbreak that prompted Wisconsin to declare a state of emergency. The infected Iowa birds were being raised near the city of Harris by Sunrise Farms, an affiliate of Sonstegard Foods Company, the company said. REUTERS/Joe Ahlquist
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/
RTX1B16K
April 30, 2015
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top...
Harris, United States of America
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top U.S. egg-producing state, found a lethal strain of bird flu in millions of hens at an egg-laying facility on Monday, the worst case so far in a national outbreak that prompted Wisconsin to declare a state of emergency. The infected Iowa birds were being raised near the city of Harris by Sunrise Farms, an affiliate of Sonstegard Foods Company, the company said. REUTERS/Joe Ahlquist
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/
RTX1B16J
April 30, 2015
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top...
Harris, United States of America
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top U.S. egg-producing state, found a lethal strain of bird flu in millions of hens at an egg-laying facility on Monday, the worst case so far in a national outbreak that prompted Wisconsin to declare a state of emergency. The infected Iowa birds were being raised near the city of Harris by Sunrise Farms, an affiliate of Sonstegard Foods Company, the company said. REUTERS/Joe Ahlquist
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/
RTX1B16I
April 30, 2015
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top...
Harris, United States of America
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top U.S. egg-producing state, found a lethal strain of bird flu in millions of hens at an egg-laying facility on Monday, the worst case so far in a national outbreak that prompted Wisconsin to declare a state of emergency. The infected Iowa birds were being raised near the city of Harris by Sunrise Farms, an affiliate of Sonstegard Foods Company, the company said. REUTERS/Joe Ahlquist
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/
RTX1B16F
April 30, 2015
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top...
Harris, United States of America
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top U.S. egg-producing state, found a lethal strain of bird flu in millions of hens at an egg-laying facility on Monday, the worst case so far in a national outbreak that prompted Wisconsin to declare a state of emergency. The infected Iowa birds were being raised near the city of Harris by Sunrise Farms, an affiliate of Sonstegard Foods Company, the company said. REUTERS/Joe Ahlquist
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/
RTX1B16E
April 30, 2015
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top...
Harris, United States of America
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top U.S. egg-producing state, found a lethal strain of bird flu in millions of hens at an egg-laying facility on Monday, the worst case so far in a national outbreak that prompted Wisconsin to declare a state of emergency. The infected Iowa birds were being raised near the city of Harris by Sunrise Farms, an affiliate of Sonstegard Foods Company, the company said. REUTERS/Joe Ahlquist
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/
RTX1B16D
April 30, 2015
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top...
Harris, United States of America
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top U.S. egg-producing state, found a lethal strain of bird flu in millions of hens at an egg-laying facility on Monday, the worst case so far in a national outbreak that prompted Wisconsin to declare a state of emergency. The infected Iowa birds were being raised near the city of Harris by Sunrise Farms, an affiliate of Sonstegard Foods Company, the company said. REUTERS/Joe Ahlquist
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/
RTX1B16A
April 30, 2015
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top...
Harris, United States of America
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa
An egg-producing chicken farm run by Sunrise Farm is seen in Harris, Iowa April 23, 2015. Iowa, the top U.S. egg-producing state, found a lethal strain of bird flu in millions of hens at an egg-laying facility on Monday, the worst case so far in a national outbreak that prompted Wisconsin to declare a state of emergency. The infected Iowa birds were being raised near the city of Harris by Sunrise Farms, an affiliate of Sonstegard Foods Company, the company said. REUTERS/Joe Ahlquist
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