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USA-SHARKS/
RTX7MIAE
July 29, 2020
Boats are moored in Mackerel Cove near where Julie Dimperio Holowach likely died instantaneously when...
HARPSWELL, UNITED STATES
Julie Dimperio Holowach likely died instantaneously when bitten by a shark off Bailey Island in Harpswell...
Boats are moored in Mackerel Cove near where Julie Dimperio Holowach likely died instantaneously when bitten by a shark off Bailey Island in Harpswell, Maine, U.S., July 29, 2020. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-FOOD
RTX7J3VK
May 15, 2020
Mackerels are displayed in the seafood pavilion at Rungis International wholesale food market following...
RUNGIS, France
Rungis International wholesale food market following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Mackerels are displayed in the seafood pavilion at Rungis International wholesale food market following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Rungis, south of Paris, May 15, 2020. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
BRITAIN-EU/FISHERIES
RTS305A3
January 30, 2020
French workers fillet mackerels in a fish processing plant in the port of Boulogne-sur-Mer, France,...
BOULOGNE-SUR MER, France
French workers fillet mackerels in a fish processing plant in the port of Boulogne-sur-Mer
French workers fillet mackerels in a fish processing plant in the port of Boulogne-sur-Mer, France, January 29, 2020. Picture taken January 29, 2020. EU fishermen will lose the automatic right to fish in British waters once Britain leaves the European Union. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKMM
November 02, 2018
View of a warehouse at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s...
Matosinhos, Portugal
View of a warehouse at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos
View of a warehouse at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKMB
November 02, 2018
A view of cans in a deposit at Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018....
Matosinhos, Portugal
A view of cans in a deposit at Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos
A view of cans in a deposit at Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKM4
November 02, 2018
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s...
Matosinhos, Portugal
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKLS
November 02, 2018
Fish fillets are seen at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018....
Matosinhos, Portugal
Fish fillets are seen at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos
Fish fillets are seen at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKLC
November 02, 2018
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s...
Matosinhos, Portugal
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKL2
November 02, 2018
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s...
Matosinhos, Portugal
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKKI
November 02, 2018
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s...
Matosinhos, Portugal
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes
GLOBAL-FISH/
RTX6GZRQ
October 29, 2018
A man pushes mackerels with his feet at a fish market in Mumbai, India, October 29, 2018. REUTERS/Francis...
Mumbai, India
A man pushes mackerels with his feet at a fish market in Mumbai
A man pushes mackerels with his feet at a fish market in Mumbai, India, October 29, 2018. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas
JAPAN-FISHMARKET/
RTS23VFI
October 02, 2018
Takako Arai's earliest memories are of Tsukiji, playing hide-and-seek with her brother in the concrete...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: As historic Tsukiji market closes, fishmongers mourn
Takako Arai's earliest memories are of Tsukiji, playing hide-and-seek with her brother in the concrete maze of Tokyo's sprawling fish market. Years later, she now runs the family's seafood stall that sells mackerel and yellowfin tuna. Arai and hundreds of other fish traders are reluctantly packing up and preparing to leave Tsukiji this week for a gleaming new $5 billion market on reclaimed land farther from central Tokyo. "I feel torn. I grew up here and I feel like we're losing so much of our history by leaving this place," said Arai, 45. The 83-year-old market, a popular tourist attraction, is a warren of shops and warehouses where small turret trucks zip around laden with ice-filled boxes of fish. But city officials say it has become dilapidated and unsanitary. REUTERS/Issei Kato SEARCH "TSUKIJI CLOSES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: JAPAN-FISHMARKET/
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTX2MKWU
August 22, 2016
Mackerels get barbecued as fish on a stick and well known as 'Steckerlfisch' in a restaurant in Grainau...
GRAINAU, Germany
Mackerels get barbecued as fish on stick in Grainau
Mackerels get barbecued as fish on a stick and well known as 'Steckerlfisch' in a restaurant in Grainau near Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany August 16, 2016. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
FOOD-CHEFS/BANG
RTR47AJD
September 22, 2014
Chef Esben Holmboe Bang poses in the kitchen of his restaurant Maaemo in Oslo, September 9, 2014. In...
Oslo, Norway
Chef Bang poses in the kitchen of his restaurant Maaemo in Oslo
Chef Esben Holmboe Bang poses in the kitchen of his restaurant Maaemo in Oslo, September 9, 2014. In an unfashionable part of Oslo, head chef Bang?s minimalist creations are stirring up food culture in a country where, a generation ago, the height of fine dining was boiled cod and potatoes. Bang uses exclusively local ingredients to rustle up the likes of langoustines with spruce, mackerel with wild garlic and butter ice cream with brown butter caramel. Picture taken September 9, 2014. To match FOOD-CHEFS/BANG. REUTERS/Gwladys Fouche (NORWAY - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
FOOD-CHEFS/BANG
RTR47AJC
September 22, 2014
Chef Esben Holmboe Bang (2nd R) works in the kitchen of his restaurant Maaemo in Oslo, September 9, 2014....
Oslo, Norway
Chef Bang works in the kitchen of his restaurant Maaemo in Oslo
Chef Esben Holmboe Bang (2nd R) works in the kitchen of his restaurant Maaemo in Oslo, September 9, 2014. In an unfashionable part of Oslo, head chef Bang?s minimalist creations are stirring up food culture in a country where, a generation ago, the height of fine dining was boiled cod and potatoes. Bang uses exclusively local ingredients to rustle up the likes of langoustines with spruce, mackerel with wild garlic and butter ice cream with brown butter caramel. Picture taken September 9, 2014. To match FOOD-CHEFS/BANG. REUTERS/Gwladys Fouche (NORWAY - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
FOOD-CHEFS/BANG
RTR47AJA
September 22, 2014
Chef Esben Holmboe Bang works in the kitchen of his restaurant Maaemo in Oslo, September 9, 2014. In...
Oslo, Norway
Chef Bang works in the kitchen of his restaurant Maaemo in Oslo
Chef Esben Holmboe Bang works in the kitchen of his restaurant Maaemo in Oslo, September 9, 2014. In an unfashionable part of Oslo, head chef Bang?s minimalist creations are stirring up food culture in a country where, a generation ago, the height of fine dining was boiled cod and potatoes. Bang uses exclusively local ingredients to rustle up the likes of langoustines with spruce, mackerel with wild garlic and butter ice cream with brown butter caramel. Picture taken September 9, 2014. To match FOOD-CHEFS/BANG. REUTERS/Gwladys Fouche (NORWAY - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
FOOD-CHEFS/BANG
RTR47AJ9
September 22, 2014
Chef Esben Holmboe Bang (R) works in the kitchen of his restaurant Maaemo in Oslo, September 9, 2014....
Oslo, Norway
Chef Bang works in the kitchen of his restaurant Maaemo in Oslo
Chef Esben Holmboe Bang (R) works in the kitchen of his restaurant Maaemo in Oslo, September 9, 2014. In an unfashionable part of Oslo, head chef Bang?s minimalist creations are stirring up food culture in a country where, a generation ago, the height of fine dining was boiled cod and potatoes. Bang uses exclusively local ingredients to rustle up the likes of langoustines with spruce, mackerel with wild garlic and butter ice cream with brown butter caramel. Picture taken September 9, 2014. To match FOOD-CHEFS/BANG. REUTERS/Gwladys Fouche (NORWAY - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
TURKEY-FISH/
RTX18IB7
February 10, 2014
Fishes on sale are on display at a fish market in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!”...
Istanbul, Turkey
Fishes on sale are on display at a fish market in Istanbul
Fishes on sale are on display at a fish market in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!” (Fish bread! Fish bread!) yell the vendors tucked under Istanbul’s Galata Bridge, dishing out fish sandwiches to hordes of hungry locals and tourists much as they have for decades. But frozen mackerel from Norway or imports from Morocco are more likely to fill the onion, lettuce and pickle stuffed buns than a fresh catch from the Bosphorus or Marmara Sea. Picture taken February 2, 2014. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS AGRICULTURE TRAVEL)
TURKEY-FISH/
RTX18IB6
February 10, 2014
Men fish near Galata Bridge in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!” (Fish bread! Fish...
Istanbul, Turkey
Men fish near Galata Bridge in Istanbul
Men fish near Galata Bridge in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!” (Fish bread! Fish bread!) yell the vendors tucked under Istanbul’s Galata Bridge, dishing out fish sandwiches to hordes of hungry locals and tourists much as they have for decades. But frozen mackerel from Norway or imports from Morocco are more likely to fill the onion, lettuce and pickle stuffed buns than a fresh catch from the Bosphorus or Marmara Sea. Picture taken February 2, 2014. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: AGRICULTURE TRAVEL BUSINESS SOCIETY)
TURKEY-FISH/
RTX18IB5
February 10, 2014
Fishes are on display for sale in a fish market in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!”...
Istanbul, Turkey
Fishes are on display for sale in a fish market in Istanbul
Fishes are on display for sale in a fish market in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!” (Fish bread! Fish bread!) yell the vendors tucked under Istanbul’s Galata Bridge, dishing out fish sandwiches to hordes of hungry locals and tourists much as they have for decades. But frozen mackerel from Norway or imports from Morocco are more likely to fill the onion, lettuce and pickle stuffed buns than a fresh catch from the Bosphorus or Marmara Sea. Picture taken February 2, 2014. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: TRAVEL BUSINESS AGRICULTURE SOCIETY)
TURKEY-FISH/
RTX18IB4
February 10, 2014
Men fish on Galata Bridge in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!” (Fish bread! Fish...
Istanbul, Turkey
Men fish on Galata Bridge in Istanbul
Men fish on Galata Bridge in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!” (Fish bread! Fish bread!) yell the vendors tucked under Istanbul’s Galata Bridge, dishing out fish sandwiches to hordes of hungry locals and tourists much as they have for decades. But frozen mackerel from Norway or imports from Morocco are more likely to fill the onion, lettuce and pickle stuffed buns than a fresh catch from the Bosphorus or Marmara Sea. Picture taken February 2, 2014. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL AGRICULTURE SOCIETY)
TURKEY-FISH/
RTX18IB3
February 10, 2014
Boats selling fish sandwiches are anchored by the Golden Horn in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek!...
Istanbul, Turkey
Boats selling fish sandwiches are anchored by the Golden Horn in Istanbul
Boats selling fish sandwiches are anchored by the Golden Horn in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!” (Fish bread! Fish bread!) yell the vendors tucked under Istanbul’s Galata Bridge, dishing out fish sandwiches to hordes of hungry locals and tourists much as they have for decades. But frozen mackerel from Norway or imports from Morocco are more likely to fill the onion, lettuce and pickle stuffed buns than a fresh catch from the Bosphorus or Marmara Sea. Picture taken February 2, 2014. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS TRAVEL SOCIETY)
TURKEY-FISH/
RTX18IB2
February 10, 2014
Boats selling fish sandwiches are anchored by the Golden Horn in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek!...
Istanbul, Turkey
Boats selling fish sandwiches are anchored by the Golden Horn in Istanbul
Boats selling fish sandwiches are anchored by the Golden Horn in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!” (Fish bread! Fish bread!) yell the vendors tucked under Istanbul’s Galata Bridge, dishing out fish sandwiches to hordes of hungry locals and tourists much as they have for decades. But frozen mackerel from Norway or imports from Morocco are more likely to fill the onion, lettuce and pickle stuffed buns than a fresh catch from the Bosphorus or Marmara Sea. Picture taken February 2, 2014. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE TRAVEL SOCIETY)
TURKEY-FISH/
RTX18IB1
February 10, 2014
Men fish on Galata Bridge in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!” (Fish bread! Fish...
Istanbul, Turkey
Men fish on Galata Bridge in Istanbul
Men fish on Galata Bridge in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!” (Fish bread! Fish bread!) yell the vendors tucked under Istanbul’s Galata Bridge, dishing out fish sandwiches to hordes of hungry locals and tourists much as they have for decades. But frozen mackerel from Norway or imports from Morocco are more likely to fill the onion, lettuce and pickle stuffed buns than a fresh catch from the Bosphorus or Marmara Sea. Picture taken February 2, 2014. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
TURKEY-FISH/
RTX18IB0
February 10, 2014
Fishes on sale are on display at a fish market in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!”...
Istanbul, Turkey
Fishes on sale are on display at a fish market in Istanbul
Fishes on sale are on display at a fish market in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!” (Fish bread! Fish bread!) yell the vendors tucked under Istanbul’s Galata Bridge, dishing out fish sandwiches to hordes of hungry locals and tourists much as they have for decades. But frozen mackerel from Norway or imports from Morocco are more likely to fill the onion, lettuce and pickle stuffed buns than a fresh catch from the Bosphorus or Marmara Sea. Picture taken February 2, 2014. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS AGRICULTURE TRAVEL)
TURKEY-FISH/
RTX18IAZ
February 10, 2014
A fishing boat travels on the Golden Horn in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!” (Fish...
Istanbul, Turkey
A fishing boat travels on the Golden Horn in Istanbul
A fishing boat travels on the Golden Horn in Istanbul February 2, 2014. “Balik ekmek! Balik ekmek!” (Fish bread! Fish bread!) yell the vendors tucked under Istanbul’s Galata Bridge, dishing out fish sandwiches to hordes of hungry locals and tourists much as they have for decades. But frozen mackerel from Norway or imports from Morocco are more likely to fill the onion, lettuce and pickle stuffed buns than a fresh catch from the Bosphorus or Marmara Sea. Picture taken February 2, 2014. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)
GERMANY/
RTX16UWM
December 27, 2013
Zookeeper Andreas Steffens cleans the aquarium's pane as a covey of gold mackerel (Gnathanodon speciosus)...
Hamburg, Germany
Zookeeper Steffens cleans aquarium's pane as covey of gold mackerel passes during animal stocktaking...
Zookeeper Andreas Steffens cleans the aquarium's pane as a covey of gold mackerel (Gnathanodon speciosus) passes during an animal stocktaking at the Hagenbeck Zoo in Hamburg December 27, 2013.
REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS)
FISHERY-KOREA/JAPAN
RTX1398W
September 06, 2013
Salted mackerels from Norway (R) and domestic mackerels are displayed for sale at a market in Seoul September...
Seoul, South Korea
Salted mackerels from Norway and domestic mackerels are displayed for sale at a market in Seoul
Salted mackerels from Norway (R) and domestic mackerels are displayed for sale at a market in Seoul September 6, 2013. South Korea banned all fishery imports from a swath of Japan around the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant on Friday, dealing another blow to Tokyo's credibility on the eve of the capital's bid to host the Olympics. Just hours after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe broke away early from a global summit in Russia to personally back Tokyo's bid to host the 2020 Summer Games, Seoul extended a ban on 50 imports from eight Japanese prefectures, including Fukushima, due to concerns about radiation contamination. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
FISHERY-KOREA/JAPAN
RTX1398V
September 06, 2013
Salted mackerels from Norway (R) and other domestic fishery products are displayed for sale at a market...
Seoul, South Korea
Salted mackerels from Norway and other domestic fishery products are displayed for sale at a market in...
Salted mackerels from Norway (R) and other domestic fishery products are displayed for sale at a market in Seoul September 6, 2013. South Korea banned all fishery imports from a swath of Japan around the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant on Friday, dealing another blow to Tokyo's credibility on the eve of the capital's bid to host the Olympics. Just hours after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe broke away early from a global summit in Russia to personally back Tokyo's bid to host the 2020 Summer Games, Seoul extended a ban on 50 imports from eight Japanese prefectures, including Fukushima, due to concerns about radiation contamination. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
TESCO/
RTX12DWW
August 08, 2013
A fishmonger fillets a mackerel at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford, north of London August 8, 2013....
Watford, United Kingdom
A fishmonger fillets a mackerel at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford, north of London
A fishmonger fillets a mackerel at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford, north of London August 8, 2013. Tesco, the world's number three retailer, is hoping the allure of casual dining, coffees and even yoga will help tempt Britons back to its ailing retail park stores as part of a 1 billion pound ($1.55 billion) push to revitalise business. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR399OY
October 18, 2012
Customs commissioner Ruffy Biazon (L) shows reporters some of the smuggled frozen pigeons seized by customs...
Manila, Philippines
Customs commissioner Biazon shows reporters some of the smuggled frozen pigeons seized by customs officials...
Customs commissioner Ruffy Biazon (L) shows reporters some of the smuggled frozen pigeons seized by customs officials in Manila October 18, 2012. Philippines' Bureau of Customs have foiled the smuggling of some 40 million pesos ($970,800) worth of Peking ducks and pigeons from China in two forty-footer refrigerated containers misdeclared by a local trader as frozen mackerel, according to the bureau's press statement. Customs commissioner Ruffy Biazon said on Thursday, he had ordered the seizure of the unwelcome shipments because of a long-standing ban on the import of fowl from countries with a long history of avian flu outbreaks, local media reported. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS ANIMALS FOOD)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR399OX
October 18, 2012
A port worker inspects some of the smuggled frozen pigeon seized by customs officials in Manila October...
Manila, Philippines
A port worker inspects some of the smuggled frozen pigeon seized by customs officials in Manila
A port worker inspects some of the smuggled frozen pigeon seized by customs officials in Manila October 18, 2012. Philippines' Bureau of Customs have foiled the smuggling of some 40 million pesos ($970,800) worth of Peking ducks and pigeons from China in two forty-footer refrigerated containers misdeclared by a local trader as frozen mackerel, according to the bureau's press statement. Customs commissioner Ruffy Biazon said on Thursday, he had ordered the seizure of the unwelcome shipments because of a long-standing ban on the import of fowl from countries with a long history of avian flu outbreaks, local media reported. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS ANIMALS FOOD)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR399OW
October 18, 2012
Port workers show reporters some of the smuggled frozen Peking ducks seized by customs officials in Manila...
Manila, Philippines
Port workers show reporters some of the smuggled frozen Peking ducks seized by customs officials in Manila...
Port workers show reporters some of the smuggled frozen Peking ducks seized by customs officials in Manila October 18, 2012. Philippines' Bureau of Customs have foiled the smuggling of some 40 million pesos ($970,800) worth of Peking ducks and pigeons from China in two forty-footer refrigerated containers misdeclared by a local trader as frozen mackerel, according to the bureau's press statement. Customs commissioner Ruffy Biazon said on Thursday, he had ordered the seizure of the unwelcome shipments because of a long-standing ban on the import of fowl from countries with a long history of avian flu outbreaks, local media reported. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS ANIMALS FOOD)
CUBA-FISH/
RTR32N9J
May 26, 2012
A woman holds a great barracuda for sale on a road on the outskirts of Havana May 25, 2012. Some of the...
Havana, Cuba
A woman holds a great barracuda for sale on a road on the outskirts of Havana
A woman holds a great barracuda for sale on a road on the outskirts of Havana May 25, 2012. Some of the most common species of fish that can be caught while fishing in Cuba are tuna, mackerel, barracuda and swordfish. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS BUSINESS)
THAILAND/
RTR22SWY
December 23, 2008
A man dressed in a Santa Claus costume feeds a mackerel to a penguin during a news conference leading...
Bangkok, Thailand
A man dressed in a Santa Claus costume feeds a mackerel to a penguin at Dusit Zoo in Bangkok
A man dressed in a Santa Claus costume feeds a mackerel to a penguin during a news conference leading up to Christmas celebrations at Dusit Zoo in Bangkok December 23, 2008. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND)
SLOVAKIA/
RTR22BLJ
December 06, 2008
People dressed as Saint Nicholas, an angel and the devil arrive at an airport in Slavnica December 6,...
Slavnica, Slovakia
People dressed as Saint Nicholas, an angel and the devil arrive at an airport in Slavnica
People dressed as Saint Nicholas, an angel and the devil arrive at an airport in Slavnica December 6, 2008 for the annual show "Saint Nicholas From Mackerel Sky". REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA)
SLOVAKIA/
RTR22BLG
December 06, 2008
Presenters dressed as Saint Nicholas, an angel and the devil give a present to a child during the annual...
Slavnica, Slovakia
Presenters dressed as Saint Nicholas, an angel and the devil give a present to a child during the annual...
Presenters dressed as Saint Nicholas, an angel and the devil give a present to a child during the annual show "Saint Nicholas From Mackerel Sky" at an airport in Slavnica December 6, 2008. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA)
SLOVAKIA/
RTR22BL9
December 06, 2008
A man dressed as the devil jumps off the stage during the annual show "Saint Nicholas From Mackerel Sky"...
Slavnica, Slovakia
A man dressed as the devil jumps off the stage during the annual show "Saint Nicholas From Mackerel Sky"...
A man dressed as the devil jumps off the stage during the annual show "Saint Nicholas From Mackerel Sky" at an airport in Slavnica December 6, 2008. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA)
SLOVAKIA/
RTR22BL3
December 06, 2008
A woman holds her Chihuahua which is dressed as Saint Nicholas, at an airport in Slavnica December 6,...
Slavnica, Slovakia
A woman holds her Chihuahua which is dressed as Saint Nicholas, at an airport in Slavnica
A woman holds her Chihuahua which is dressed as Saint Nicholas, at an airport in Slavnica December 6, 2008 during the annual show "Saint Nicholas From Mackerel Sky". REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA)
SLOVAKIA/
RTR22BL1
December 06, 2008
A woman dressed as Saint Nicholas (back) and a man dressed as the devil arrive at an airport in Slavnica...
Slavnica, Slovakia
A woman dressed as Saint Nicholas and a man dressed as the devil arrive at an airport in Slavnica
A woman dressed as Saint Nicholas (back) and a man dressed as the devil arrive at an airport in Slavnica December 6, 2008, before attending the annual show "Saint Nicholas From Mackerel Sky". REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA)
SLOVAKIA/
RTR22BK8
December 06, 2008
A woman dressed as Saint Nicholas (C) and people dressed as an angel and a devil arrive at an airport...
Slavnica, Slovakia
A woman dressed as Saint Nicholas and people dressed as an angel and a devil arrive at an airport in...
A woman dressed as Saint Nicholas (C) and people dressed as an angel and a devil arrive at an airport in Slavnica December 6, 2008. The group were heading to take part in the annual show "Saint Nicholas From Mackerel Sky". REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA)
KOREA/
RTR1PHQ2
May 09, 2007
Norwegian Crown Prince Haakon (R) and Crown Princess Mette-Marit (2nd R) taste cooked Norwegian salmon...
Seoul, South Korea
Norwegian Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit taste cooked Norwegian salmon at a supermarket...
Norwegian Crown Prince Haakon (R) and Crown Princess Mette-Marit (2nd R) taste cooked Norwegian salmon at a supermarket in Seoul May 9, 2007. The two main seafood export products from Norway to South Korea are salmon and mackerel. The export value for 2006 was $42.5 million and the market potential for salmon especially is estimated to be far bigger than today, the Norwegian Seafood Export Council said. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1PHPC
May 09, 2007
Norwegian Crown Princess Mette Marit (L) looks around a packed salmon from Norway at a supermarket in...
Seoul, South Korea
Norwegian Crown Princess Mette Marit looks around a packed salmon from Norway at a supermarket in Seoul...
Norwegian Crown Princess Mette Marit (L) looks around a packed salmon from Norway at a supermarket in Seoul May 9, 2007.The two main seafood export products from Norway to South Korea is salmon and mackerel. The export value for 2006 was 42.5 million dollars and the market potential for salmon especially is estimated to be far bigger than today, the Norwegian Seafood Export Council said. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1PHOX
May 09, 2007
Norwegian Crown Princess Mette Marit (L) holds a packed salmon from Norway as she stands beside Crown...
Seoul, South Korea
Norwegian Crown Princess Mette Marit holds a packed salmon from Norway as she stands beside Crown Prince...
Norwegian Crown Princess Mette Marit (L) holds a packed salmon from Norway as she stands beside Crown Prince Haakon (R) at a supermarket in Seoul May 9, 2007. The two main seafood export products from Norway to South Korea is salmon and mackerel. The export value for 2006 was 42.5 million dollars and the market potential for salmon especially is estimated to be far bigger than today, the Norwegian Seafood Export Council said. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
MALAYSIA
RTR1O4WG
March 31, 2007
A school of mouth Mackerels feeds near the Malaysian island of Sipadan in Celebes Sea, east of Borneo,...
SIPADAN ISLAND, Malaysia
A school of mouth Mackerels feeds near the Malaysian island of Sipadan in Celebes Sea
A school of mouth Mackerels feeds near the Malaysian island of Sipadan in Celebes Sea, east of Borneo, March 11, 2007. REUTERS/David Loh (MALAYSIA)
KOREA JAPAN PROTEST
RTRL9NR
August 01, 2001
South Korean activist Hong Jeong-sik cuts a mackerel with a knife to
symbolize Japanese Prime Minister...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
SOUTH KOREAN ACTIVIST CUTS MACKEREL AT AN ANTI-JAPAN PROTEST.
South Korean activist Hong Jeong-sik cuts a mackerel with a knife to
symbolize Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, at an anti-Japan
protest in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul August 1, 2001.
According to Seoul officials, South Korean fishing boats are preparing
to fish off the disputed Kuril islands. Tokyo has warned against Korean
boats' planned operation near the disputed Russian-held islands after
South Korea and Japan failed to resolve a fishing issue on Monday.

LJW/RCS
LIFE WHALE
RTRH9ZP
April 22, 2001
Sea World San Diego curator of training Jeff Andrews feeds mackerel to Bjossa, a 5,000 pound killer whale...
San Diego, USA
SEA WORLD TRAINER ANDREWS FEEDS KILLER WHALE BJOSSA AFTER TRANSFER.
Sea World San Diego curator of training Jeff Andrews feeds mackerel to Bjossa, a 5,000 pound killer whale from the Vancouver Aquarium, after she was transferred to a medical holding tank at Sea World in San Diego, April 22, 2001. The 25-year old mammal has lived at the Vancouver Aquarium since 1980 but was provided a home in San Diego after the Vancouver Aquarium's decision to end their killer whale display. Bjossa was flown to San Diego then trucked to the Anheuser-Busch theme park in a specially outfitted container.

JTL/HB
TURKEY
RTXJJHS
February 29, 2000
A fish vendor picks up red mullet from the tray as mackerels, anchovys, gilt-head breams, whitings, turbot...
Istanbul, Turkey
A fish vendor picks up red mullet from the tray as mackerels, anchovys, gilt-head breams, whitings, .....
A fish vendor picks up red mullet from the tray as mackerels, anchovys, gilt-head breams, whitings, turbot fishes are exhibited in wide trays for customers in a fish market in central Istanbul. Picture taken 27FEB00.
TURKEY
RTR1QVD
February 29, 2000
A fish vendor bargains with a customer in front of trays of mackerel, anchovies, gilt-head bream, whiting...
Istanbul, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
ISTANBUL'S FISH MARKET.
A fish vendor bargains with a customer in front of trays of mackerel, anchovies, gilt-head bream, whiting and turbot fish in a fish market in central Istanbul. Picture taken 27FEB00.

FS
TURKEY
RTR1QGT
February 29, 2000
A fish vendor picks up red mullet from the tray as mackerels, anchovys, gilt-head breams, whitings, turbot...
Istanbul, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
ISTANBUL'S FISH MARKET.
A fish vendor picks up red mullet from the tray as mackerels, anchovys, gilt-head breams, whitings, turbot fishes are exhibited in wide trays for customers in a fish market in central Istanbul. Picture taken 27FEB00.

FS
TURKEY
RTR1QVI
February 27, 2000
Mackerel, anchovy, gilt-head bream, whiting, turbot and red mullet are exhibited in wide trays for customers...
Istanbul, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
ISTANBUL'S FISH MARKET.
Mackerel, anchovy, gilt-head bream, whiting, turbot and red mullet are exhibited in wide trays for customers in a fish market in central Istanbul. Picture was taken on February 27, 2000.

FS
BEARS TREAT
RTRQQHT
August 07, 1999
Two polar bears in New York's Central Park Zoo, cool off as they eat special bear-size "sundaes" August...
New York, USA
POLAR BEARS EAT LARGE SUNDAES IN NEW YORK.
Two polar bears in New York's Central Park Zoo, cool off as they eat special bear-size "sundaes" August 7 in their den. The sundaes are made out of whipped cream, cherries, strawberries and mackerel.

JC/BM
HONGKONG
RTRQPBY
August 03, 1999
Mackerels are laid out to dry as enthusiasts fish at a waterfront on Hong Kong island August 3. Fish...
Hong Kong, China
PEOPLE FISH FOR MACKEREL AT WATERFRONT ON HONG KONG ISLAND.
Mackerels are laid out to dry as enthusiasts fish at a waterfront on Hong Kong island August 3. Fish stocks grew as China's Agriculture Ministry imposed a fishing ban on the South China Sea for two months until the end of July. Most fishermen out in the open sea hauled in huge catches, some with 50 percent more than usual.

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