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Amazonian manatees released in Brazil
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Amazonian manatees released in Brazil
18 PICTURES
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FCHZ
March 28, 2019
REFILE - CLARIFYING CAPTION A child touches an Amazonian manatee in a boat, before members of the Amazonian...
ANORI, Brazil
A child touches an Amazonian manatee in a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project...
REFILE - CLARIFYING CAPTION A child touches an Amazonian manatee in a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), release manatees in the nature in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBV8
March 28, 2019
Residents form the Cuiana commmunity at the Piagacu-Purus reserve take part in an environmental education...
ANORI, Brazil
Residents form the Cuiana commmunity at the Piagacu-Purus reserve take part in an environmental education...
Residents form the Cuiana commmunity at the Piagacu-Purus reserve take part in an environmental education session with members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) and AMPA (Friends of the Manatee Association), before the release of Amazonian manatees, in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBV6
March 28, 2019
Residents form the Cuiana commmunity at the Piagacu-Purus reserve take part in an environmental education...
ANORI, Brazil
Residents form the Cuiana commmunity at the Piagacu-Purus reserve take part in an environmental education...
Residents form the Cuiana commmunity at the Piagacu-Purus reserve take part in an environmental education session with members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) and AMPA (Friends of the Manatee Association), before the release of Amazonian manatees, in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBUN
March 28, 2019
Members the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research),...
ANORI, Brazil
Members the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, take measurements of an Amazonian manatee before its release...
Members the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), take measurements of an Amazonian manatee before its release in the Piagacu-Purus reserve, in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBQA
March 28, 2019
A child touches an Amazonian manatee inside a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project,...
ANORI, Brazil
A child touches an Amazonian manatee inside a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project,...
A child touches an Amazonian manatee inside a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), release manatees in the nature in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBQ4
March 28, 2019
Biologist Diogo de Souza from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute...
ANORI, Brazil
Biologist Diogo de Souza from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project weighs an Amazonian manatee before...
Biologist Diogo de Souza from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), weighs an Amazonian manatee before its release in the Piagacu-Purus reserve, in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBP6
March 28, 2019
Biologist Diogo de Souza from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute...
ANORI, Brazil
Biologist Diogo de Souza from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project installs a transmitter in an Amazonian...
Biologist Diogo de Souza from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), installs a transmitter in an Amazonian manatee before its release in the Piagacu-Purus reserve, in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBP5
March 28, 2019
An Amazonian manatee is seen inside a boat before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners...
ANORI, Brazil
An Amazonian manatee is seen inside a boat before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, release...
An Amazonian manatee is seen inside a boat before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), release manatees in the Piagacu-Purus reserve, in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBOZ
March 28, 2019
Students observe Amazonian manatees inside a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project,...
ANORI, Brazil
Students observe Amazonian manatees inside a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project,...
Students observe Amazonian manatees inside a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), release manatees in the nature in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBOQ
March 28, 2019
An Amazonian manatee is seen inside a boat before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners...
MANACAPURU, Brazil
An Amazonian manatee is seen inside a boat before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, release...
An Amazonian manatee is seen inside a boat before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), release manatees in the Piagacu-Purus reserve, in Manacapuru, Amazonas state, Brazil March 22, 2019. Picture taken March 22, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBOO
March 28, 2019
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute...
MANACAPURU, Brazil
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, put an Amazonian manatee in a...
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), put an Amazonian manatee in a boat before releasing it in the Piagacu-Purus reserve, in Manacapuru, Amazonas state, Brazil March 22, 2019. Picture taken March 22, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBNW
March 28, 2019
An Amazonian manatee is seen inside a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project,...
ANORI, Brazil
An Amazonian manatee is seen inside a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project,...
An Amazonian manatee is seen inside a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), release manatees in the nature, in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 24, 2019. Picture taken March 24, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBNR
March 28, 2019
Students observe Amazonian manatees inside a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project,...
ANORI, Brazil
Students observe Amazonian manatees inside a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project,...
Students observe Amazonian manatees inside a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), release manatees in the nature in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBNN
March 28, 2019
A member of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian...
MANACAPURU, Brazil
A member of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, puts his hand on an Amazonian manatee before it is...
A member of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), puts his hand on an Amazonian manatee before it is reintroduced in the nature, in Manacapuru, Amazonas state, Brazil March 22, 2019. Picture taken March 22, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBN9
March 28, 2019
Biologist Diogo de Souza and researcher Vera Silva from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners...
ANORI, Brazil
Biologist Souza and researcher Silva from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project monitor Amazonian manatees...
Biologist Diogo de Souza and researcher Vera Silva from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), monitor Amazonian manatees on Trapinho lake at the Piagacu-Purus reserve in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBN3
March 28, 2019
A child touches an Amazonian manatee in a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project,...
ANORI, Brazil
A child touches an Amazonian manatee in a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project...
A child touches an Amazonian manatee in a boat, before members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), release manatees in the nature in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly - RC15FC23E2F0
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBMX
March 28, 2019
Biologist Diogo de Souza and researcher Vera Silva from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners...
ANORI, Brazil
Biologist Souza and researcher Silva from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project monitor Amazonian manatees...
Biologist Diogo de Souza and researcher Vera Silva from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), monitor Amazonian manatees on Trapinho lake at the Piagacu-Purus reserve in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBMR
March 28, 2019
Members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research),...
ANORI, Brazil
Members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, release an Amazonian manatee on Trapinho lake at the...
Members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), release an Amazonian manatee on Trapinho lake at the Piagacu-Purus reserve in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBMO
March 28, 2019
Members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research),...
ANORI, Brazil
Members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, release an Amazonian manatee on Trapinho lake at the...
Members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), release an Amazonian manatee on Trapinho lake at the Piagacu-Purus reserve in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBMI
March 28, 2019
Members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research),...
ANORI, Brazil
Members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, released an Amazonian manatee on Trapinho lake at the...
Members of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research), release an Amazonian manatee on Trapinho lake at the Piagacu-Purus reserve in Anori, Amazonas state, Brazil March 23, 2019. Picture taken March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBM5
March 28, 2019
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute...
MANACAPURU, Brazil
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, carry an Amazonian manatee to...
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) carry an Amazonian manatee to a boat, before it is reintroduced in the nature, in Manacapuru, Amazonas state, Brazil March 22, 2019. Picture taken March 22, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBM2
March 28, 2019
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute...
MANACAPURU, Brazil
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, carry an Amazonian manatee to...
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) carry an Amazonian manatee to a boat, before it is reintroduced in the nature, in Manacapuru, Amazonas state, Brazil March 22, 2019. Picture taken March 22, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBLZ
March 28, 2019
A member of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian...
MANACAPURU, Brazil
A member of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, removes an Amazonian manatee from a lake on the bank...
A member of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) removes an Amazonian manatee from a lake on the bank of the Solimoes river, before it is reintroduced in the nature, in Manacapuru, Amazonas state, Brazil March 22, 2019. Picture taken March 22, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBLP
March 28, 2019
A member of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian...
MANACAPURU, Brazil
A member of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, removes an Amazonian manatee from a lake on the bank...
A member of the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) removes an Amazonian manatee from a lake on the bank of the Solimoes river, before they are reintroduced in the nature, in Manacapuru, Amazonas state, Brazil March 22, 2019. Picture taken March 22, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBLC
March 28, 2019
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals Project, partners of INPA (National Institute...
MANACAPURU, Brazil
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals Project, remove Amazonian manatees from...
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals Project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) remove Amazonian manatees from a lake on the bank of the Solimoes river, before they are reintroduced in the nature, in Manacapuru, Amazonas state, Brazil March 22, 2019. Picture taken March 22, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBLB
March 28, 2019
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals Project, partners of INPA (National Institute...
MANACAPURU, Brazil
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals Project, remove Amazonian manatees from...
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals Project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) remove Amazonian manatees from a lake on the bank of the Solimoes river, before they are reintroduced in the nature, in Manacapuru, Amazonas state, Brazil March 22, 2019. Picture taken March 22, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS2FBKL
March 28, 2019
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals Project, partners of INPA (National Institute...
MANACAPURU, Brazil
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals Project remove Amazonian manatees from...
Researchers and assistants from the Amazonian Aquatic Mammals Project, partners of INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) remove Amazonian manatees from a lake on the bank of the Solimoes river, before they are reintroduced in the nature, in Manacapuru, Amazonas state, Brazil March 22, 2019. Picture taken March 22, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-JAPAN/ROYAL
RTX6CXIQ
July 26, 2018
Japan's Princess Mako smiles as an employee from INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) gives...
Manaus, Brazil
Japan's Princess Mako smiles as an employee from INPA gives milk to a manatee cub in Manaus
Japan's Princess Mako smiles as an employee from INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) gives milk to a manatee cub in Manaus, Brazil July 26, 2018. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-JAPAN/ROYAL
RTX6CXIN
July 26, 2018
Japan's Princess Mako and an employee from INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) give milk...
Manaus, Brazil
Japan's Princess Mako and an employee from INPA give milk to a manatee cub in Manaus
Japan's Princess Mako and an employee from INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) give milk to a manatee cub in Manaus, Brazil July 26, 2018. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-JAPAN/ROYAL
RTX6CXIH
July 26, 2018
Japan's Princess Mako and an employee from INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) give milk...
Manaus, Brazil
Japan's Princess Mako and an employee from INPA give milk to a manatee cub in Manaus
Japan's Princess Mako and an employee from INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) give milk to a manatee cub in Manaus, Brazil July 26, 2018. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-JAPAN/ROYAL
RTX6CXIC
July 26, 2018
Japan's Princess Mako and an employee from INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) give milk...
Manaus, Brazil
Japan's Princess Mako and an employee from INPA give milk to a manatee cub in Manaus
Japan's Princess Mako and an employee from INPA (National Institute of Amazonian Research) give milk to a manatee cub in Manaus, Brazil July 26, 2018. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTX35ZVN
May 16, 2017
Jorge Rickards, Acting Director General of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) in Mexico, takes part in...
Mexico City, Mexico
Jorge Rickards, Acting Director General of WWF in Mexico, takes part in a news conference about the manatees'...
Jorge Rickards, Acting Director General of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) in Mexico, takes part in a news conference about the manatees' preservation in Mexico, in Mexico City, May 15, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTX35ZVF
May 16, 2017
Jorge Rickards, Acting Director General of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) in Mexico, speaks during...
Mexico City, Mexico
Jorge Rickards, Acting Director General of WWF in Mexico, speaks during a news conference about the manatees'...
Jorge Rickards, Acting Director General of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) in Mexico, speaks during a news conference about the manatees' preservation in Mexico, in Mexico City, May 15, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTX35ZVD
May 16, 2017
Jorge Rickards, Acting Director General of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) in Mexico, stands next to...
Mexico City, Mexico
Jorge Rickards, Acting Director General of WWF in Mexico, stands next to Maria Jose Villanueva, WWF Deputy...
Jorge Rickards, Acting Director General of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) in Mexico, stands next to Maria Jose Villanueva, WWF Deputy Director of Strategy and Science, during a news conference about the manatees' preservation in Mexico, in Mexico City, May 15, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTX35ZVC
May 16, 2017
Jorge Rickards, Acting Director General of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) in Mexico, looks on during...
Mexico City, Mexico
Jorge Rickards, Acting Director General of WWF in Mexico, looks on during a news conference about the...
Jorge Rickards, Acting Director General of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) in Mexico, looks on during a news conference about the manatees' preservation in Mexico, in Mexico City, May 15, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTX35ZUR
May 16, 2017
Jorge Rickards, Acting Director General of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) in Mexico, speaks next to...
Mexico City, Mexico
Jorge Rickards, Acting Director General of WWF in Mexico, speaks next to Maria Jose Villanueva, Deputy...
Jorge Rickards, Acting Director General of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) in Mexico, speaks next to Maria Jose Villanueva, Deputy Director of Strategy and Science, during a news conference about the manatees' preservation in Mexico, in Mexico City, May 15, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS1368T
April 20, 2017
The Amazonian manatee Helena is pictured before being released by members of Mamiraua Institute, after...
Maraa, Brazil
The Amazonian manatee Helena is pictured before being released by members of Mamiraua Institute, after...
The Amazonian manatee Helena is pictured before being released by members of Mamiraua Institute, after it healed from injuries sustained from being hunted in lake Amana in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil April 13, 2017. Picture taken on April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS1368S
April 20, 2017
The Amazonian manatee Helena is pictured before being released by members of Mamiraua Institute, after...
Maraa, Brazil
The Amazonian manatee Helena is pictured before being released by members of Mamiraua Institute, after...
The Amazonian manatee Helena is pictured before being released by members of Mamiraua Institute, after it healed from injuries sustained from being hunted in lake Amana in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil April 13, 2017. Picture taken on April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS13681
April 20, 2017
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries...
Maraa, Brazil
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries...
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries sustained from being hunted in lake Amana in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil April 13, 2017. Picture taken April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS1367Y
April 20, 2017
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries...
Maraa, Brazil
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries...
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries sustained from being hunted in lake Amana in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil April 13, 2017. Picture taken April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS1367X
April 20, 2017
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries...
Maraa, Brazil
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries...
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries sustained from being hunted in lake Amana in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil April 13, 2017. Picture taken April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS1367W
April 20, 2017
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries...
Maraa, Brazil
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries...
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries sustained from being hunted in lake Amana in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil April 13, 2017. Picture taken April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS1367V
April 20, 2017
Members of Mamiraua Institute take measurements before releasing the Amazonian manatee Helena, after...
Maraa, Brazil
Members of Mamiraua Institute take measurements before releasing the Amazonian manatee Helena, after...
Members of Mamiraua Institute take measurements before releasing the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries sustained from being hunted in lake Amana in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil April 13, 2017. Picture taken on April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS1367M
April 20, 2017
The Amazonian manatee Helena is pictured before being released by members of Mamiraua Institute, after...
Maraa, Brazil
The Amazonian manatee Helena is pictured before being released by members of Mamiraua Institute, after...
The Amazonian manatee Helena is pictured before being released by members of Mamiraua Institute, after it healed from injuries sustained from being hunted in lake Amana in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil April 13, 2017. Picture taken on April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS1367L
April 20, 2017
The Amazonian manatee Helena is pictured before being released by members of Mamiraua Institute, after...
Maraa, Brazil
The Amazonian manatee Helena is pictured before being released by members of Mamiraua Institute, after...
The Amazonian manatee Helena is pictured before being released by members of Mamiraua Institute, after it healed from injuries sustained from being hunted in lake Amana in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil April 13, 2017. Picture taken on April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS1367J
April 20, 2017
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries...
Maraa, Brazil
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries...
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries sustained from being hunted in lake Amana in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil April 13, 2017. Picture taken April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS1367H
April 20, 2017
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries...
Maraa, Brazil
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries...
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena, after it healed from injuries sustained from being hunted in lake Amana in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil April 13, 2017. Picture taken April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-MANATEE/
RTS1366F
April 20, 2017
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena after it healed from injuries...
Maraa, Brazil
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena after it healed from injuries...
Members of Mamiraua Institute prepare to release the Amazonian manatee Helena after it healed from injuries sustained from being hunted in lake Amana in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil April 13, 2017. Picture taken April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BABY-OPIOIDS/
RTX1XN0D
December 07, 2015
Major Connie Shingledecker of the Manatee County Sheriff's Office is photographed during an interview...
Bradenton, UNITED STATES
Major Shingledecker of the Manatee County Sheriff's Office is interviewed at her office in Bradenton...
Major Connie Shingledecker of the Manatee County Sheriff's Office is photographed during an interview about preventable child deaths at her office in Bradenton, Florida October 1, 2015. Picture taken October 1, 2015. To match Special Report BABY-OPIOIDS/ REUTERS/Brian Blanco
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1SP9B
September 27, 2015
An Amazonian manatee which is in rehabilitation after sustaining injuries from hunting and fishing nets...
Maraa, Brazil
An Amazonian manatee which is in rehabilitation after sustaining injuries from hunting and fishing nets...
An Amazonian manatee which is in rehabilitation after sustaining injuries from hunting and fishing nets peers out of the water at the Center of Amazonian Manatees at Amana Lake in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil, September 19, 2015. The Amazonian manatee is relatively easy to hunt, and is threatened as a result. It is also at risk from pollution, accidental drowning in commercial fishing nets, and the degradation of vegetation by soil erosion resulting from deforestation, according to the Center of Amazonian Manatees. Picture taken on September 19, 2015. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1SP99
September 27, 2015
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto uses telemetry systems to monitor the movement of Amazonian manatees...
Maraa, Brazil
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto uses telemetry systems to monitor the movement of Amazonian manatees...
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto uses telemetry systems to monitor the movement of Amazonian manatees who are being rehabilitated after sustaining injuries from hunting and fishing nets near the Center of Amazonian Manatees at Amana Lake in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil, September 19, 2015. The Amazonian manatee is relatively easy to hunt, and is threatened as a result. It is also at risk from pollution, accidental drowning in commercial fishing nets, and the degradation of vegetation by soil erosion resulting from deforestation, according to the Center of Amazonian Manatees. Picture taken on September 19, 2015. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1SP97
September 27, 2015
An Amazonian manatee which is in rehabilitation after sustaining injuries from hunting and fishing nets...
Maraa, Brazil
An Amazonian manatee which is in rehabilitation after sustaining injuries from hunting and fishing nets...
An Amazonian manatee which is in rehabilitation after sustaining injuries from hunting and fishing nets peers out of the water at the Center of Amazonian Manatees at Amana Lake in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil, September 19, 2015. The Amazonian manatee is relatively easy to hunt, and is threatened as a result. It is also at risk from pollution, accidental drowning in commercial fishing nets, and the degradation of vegetation by soil erosion resulting from deforestation, according to the Center of Amazonian Manatees. Picture taken on September 19, 2015. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1SP96
September 27, 2015
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto (C) uses telemetry systems to monitor the movement of Amazonian manatees...
Maraa, Brazil
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto uses telemetry systems to monitor the movement of Amazonian manatees...
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto (C) uses telemetry systems to monitor the movement of Amazonian manatees who are being rehabilitated after sustaining injuries from hunting and fishing nets near the Center of Amazonian Manatees at Amana Lake in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil, September 22, 2015. The Amazonian manatee is relatively easy to hunt, and is threatened as a result. It is also at risk from pollution, accidental drowning in commercial fishing nets, and the degradation of vegetation by soil erosion resulting from deforestation, according to the Center of Amazonian Manatees. Picture taken on September 22, 2015. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1SP81
September 27, 2015
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto (2nd L) and his assistants take measurements of one of two Amazonian...
Maraa, Brazil
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto and his assistants take measurements of one of two Amazonian manatees...
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto (2nd L) and his assistants take measurements of one of two Amazonian manatees who are being rehabilitated after sustaining injuries from hunting and fishing nets at the Center of Amazonian Manatees at Amana Lake in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil, September 21, 2015. The Amazonian manatee is relatively easy to hunt, and is threatened as a result. It is also at risk from pollution, accidental drowning in commercial fishing nets, and the degradation of vegetation by soil erosion resulting from deforestation, according to the Center of Amazonian Manatees. Picture taken on September 21, 2015. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1SP7M
September 27, 2015
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto (2nd L) and his assistants take measurements of one of two Amazonian...
Maraa, Brazil
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto and his assistants take measurements of one of two Amazonian manatees...
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto (2nd L) and his assistants take measurements of one of two Amazonian manatees who are being rehabilitated after sustaining injuries from hunting and fishing nets at the Center of Amazonian Manatees at Amana Lake in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil, September 21, 2015. The Amazonian manatee is relatively easy to hunt, and is threatened as a result. It is also at risk from pollution, accidental drowning in commercial fishing nets, and the degradation of vegetation by soil erosion resulting from deforestation, according to the Center of Amazonian Manatees. Picture taken on September 21, 2015. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1SP7G
September 27, 2015
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto (R) and his assistants take measurements of one of two Amazonian manatees...
Maraa, Brazil
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto and his assistants take measurements of one of two Amazonian manatees...
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto (R) and his assistants take measurements of one of two Amazonian manatees who are being rehabilitated after sustaining injuries from hunting and fishing nets at the Center of Amazonian Manatees at Amana Lake in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil, September 21, 2015. The Amazonian manatee is relatively easy to hunt, and is threatened as a result. It is also at risk from pollution, accidental drowning in commercial fishing nets, and the degradation of vegetation by soil erosion resulting from deforestation, according to the Center of Amazonian Manatees. Picture taken on September 21, 2015. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1SP72
September 27, 2015
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto (2nd R) and an assistant take measurements of two Amazonian manatees...
Maraa, Brazil
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto and an assistant take measurements of two Amazonian manatees at the...
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto (2nd R) and an assistant take measurements of two Amazonian manatees who are being rehabilitated after sustaining injuries from hunting and fishing nets at the Center of Amazonian Manatees at Amana Lake in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil, September 21, 2015. The Amazonian manatee is relatively easy to hunt, and is threatened as a result. It is also at risk from pollution, accidental drowning in commercial fishing nets, and the degradation of vegetation by soil erosion resulting from deforestation, according to the Center of Amazonian Manatees. Picture taken on September 21, 2015. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1SP60
September 27, 2015
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto (R) and an assistant take measurements of two Amazonian manatees who...
Maraa, Brazil
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto and an assistant take measurements of two Amazonian manatees at the...
Veterinarian William Guerra Neto (R) and an assistant take measurements of two Amazonian manatees who are being rehabilitated after sustaining injuries from hunting and fishing nets at the Center of Amazonian Manatees at Amana Lake in Maraa, Amazonas state, Brazil, September 21, 2015. The Amazonian manatee is relatively easy to hunt, and is threatened as a result. It is also at risk from pollution, accidental drowning in commercial fishing nets, and the degradation of vegetation by soil erosion resulting from deforestation, according to the Center of Amazonian Manatees. Picture taken on September 21, 2015. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
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