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AUSTRIA-ENVIRONMENT/GLACIER-TOURISM
RTX7O75P
August 07, 2020
A marmot sits in the grass at Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Hoehe near Heiligenblut, Austria August 7, 2020. REUTERS/Lisi...
HEILIGENBLUT, Austria
A marmot sits in the grass at Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Hoehe near Heiligenblut
A marmot sits in the grass at Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Hoehe near Heiligenblut, Austria August 7, 2020. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-ENVIRONMENT/GLACIER-TOURISM
RTX7O75N
August 07, 2020
Tourists look down to spot marmots at Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Hoehe near Heiligenblut, Austria August 7,...
HEILIGENBLUT, Austria
Tourists look down to spot marmots at Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Hoehe near Heiligenblut
Tourists look down to spot marmots at Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Hoehe near Heiligenblut, Austria August 7, 2020. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/KAZAKHSTAN-WILDLIFE
RTS38VPX
May 25, 2020
Marmots are seen in Ile-Alatau National Park in the mountains near Almaty, Kazakhstan, May 22, 2020....
Almaty, Kazakhstan
Marmots are seen in Ile-Alatau National Park near Almaty
Marmots are seen in Ile-Alatau National Park in the mountains near Almaty, Kazakhstan, May 22, 2020. Picture taken May 22, 2020. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
BELARUS-WILDLIFE/
RTS2RKAN
October 17, 2019
A speckled ground squirrel feeds in a field near the village of Yushevichi, Belarus October 17, 2019....
Minsk, Belarus
Speckled ground squirrel feeds in a field near the village of Yushevichi
A speckled ground squirrel feeds in a field near the village of Yushevichi, Belarus October 17, 2019. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
BELARUS-WILDLIFE/
RTS2RK8K
October 17, 2019
A speckled ground squirrel feeds in a field near the village of Yushevichi, Belarus October 17, 2019....
Minsk, Belarus
Speckled ground squirrel feeds in a field near the village of Yushevichi
A speckled ground squirrel feeds in a field near the village of Yushevichi, Belarus October 17, 2019. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
BELARUS-WILDLIFE/
RTS2RK84
October 17, 2019
A speckled ground squirrel feeds in a field near the village of Yushevichi, Belarus October 17, 2019....
Minsk, Belarus
Speckled ground squirrel feeds in a field near the village of Yushevichi
A speckled ground squirrel feeds in a field near the village of Yushevichi, Belarus October 17, 2019. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
BELARUS-WILDLIFE/
RTS2RK7H
October 17, 2019
A speckled ground squirrel feeds in a field near the village of Yushevichi, Belarus October 17, 2019....
Minsk, Belarus
Speckled ground squirrel feeds in a field near the village of Yushevichi
A speckled ground squirrel feeds in a field near the village of Yushevichi, Belarus October 17, 2019. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
SWISS-ANIMALS/
RTS2O4FH
August 27, 2019
A marmot rests on a rock in Zermatt, Switzerland, August 25, 2019. Picture taken August 25, 2019. REUTERS/Denis...
Zermatt, Switzerland
A marmot rests on a rock in Zermatt
A marmot rests on a rock in Zermatt, Switzerland, August 25, 2019. Picture taken August 25, 2019. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-ANIMALS/
RTS2O4FG
August 27, 2019
A marmot rests on a rock in Zermatt, Switzerland, August 25, 2019. Picture taken August 25, 2019. REUTERS/Denis...
Zermatt, Switzerland
A marmot rests on a rock in Zermatt
A marmot rests on a rock in Zermatt, Switzerland, August 25, 2019. Picture taken August 25, 2019. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
ASIA-MIGRANTS/ROHINGYA
RTX1ERL1
May 27, 2015
Marmot Rar Sein (R) and Be Be Asha, who were released from a human trafficking boat, talk to reporters...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Marmot Rar Sein(R) and Be Be Asha 20 who released from woman trafficking boat show some people that...
Marmot Rar Sein (R) and Be Be Asha, who were released from a human trafficking boat, talk to reporters as they look at pictures of people they recognised from the boat, at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 27, 2015. When the Myanmar navy seized the boat used by people smugglers last week, it announced that the 200 people found aboard were mostly Bangladeshis seeking better economic prospects in Southeast Asia. But in interviews with Reuters, people who were on the boat said between 150-200 Rohingya were aboard at one point. Many were quietly whisked away by the traffickers in the week before the navy brought the ship to shore, they said. The number is far larger than what Reuters reported previously. To match Exclusive ASIA-MIGRANTS/ROHINGYA REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANT/
RTX1E7W8
May 23, 2015
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking...
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking camp, at a refugee camp outside Sittwe May 21, 2015. Picture taken May 21, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANT/
RTX1E7W7
May 23, 2015
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking...
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking camp, at a refugee camp outside Sittwe May 21, 2015. Picture taken May 21, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANT/
RTX1E7W5
May 23, 2015
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking...
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking camp, at a refugee camp outside Sittwe May 21, 2015. Picture taken May 21, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANT/
RTX1E7W3
May 23, 2015
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking...
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking camp, at a refugee camp outside Sittwe May 21, 2015. Picture taken May 21, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANT/
RTX1E7W2
May 23, 2015
Adula Gawni cries for his son Marmot Ismai, who he says was kidnapped into a human trafficking camp,...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Adula Gawni cries for his son Marmot Ismai, who he says was kidnapped into a human trafficking camp,...
Adula Gawni cries for his son Marmot Ismai, who he says was kidnapped into a human trafficking camp, at a refugee camp outside Sittwe May 21, 2015. Picture taken May 21, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANT/
RTX1E7W1
May 23, 2015
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking...
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking camp, at a refugee camp outside Sittwe May 21, 2015. Picture taken May 21, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANT/
RTX1E7VZ
May 23, 2015
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking...
Zarli Hartu, 46, cries for her son Marmot Ismai, who she says was kidnapped into a human trafficking camp, at a refugee camp outside Sittwe May 21, 2015. Picture taken May 21, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANTS/ROHINGYA
RTX1DUOA
May 20, 2015
Marmot Einut, 22, who was released from a human trafficking boat, stands in front of his home at a refugee...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Marmot Einut, who was released from a human trafficking boat, stands in front of his home at a refugee...
Marmot Einut, 22, who was released from a human trafficking boat, stands in front of his home at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 20, 2015. Scores of Myanmar's minority Rohingya Muslims are paying off people smugglers and returning to the squalid camps they used to live in after being held for months on overcrowded ships that were to take them to Thailand but did not move far from shore. A crackdown on the people-smuggling network in Thailand, usually the first stop en route to Malaysia, has meant that at least three ships loaded with hundreds of Rohingya and impoverished Bangladeshis were staying off the coast of Myanmar, they said. Those who came back said the crews beat them with metal rods and engine chains when they asked for more food. Many were starving, surviving on three cups of water and two handfuls of rice a day for up to three months. Picture taken May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANTS/ROHINGYA
RTX1DUKP
May 20, 2015
Marmot Rar Sein (L) and Be Be Asha, 20, who arrived back from a ship, walk at a refugee camp outside...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Marmot Rar Sein and Be Be Asha, who arrived back from a ship, walk at a refugee camp outside Sittwe
Marmot Rar Sein (L) and Be Be Asha, 20, who arrived back from a ship, walk at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 19, 2015. Scores of Myanmar's minority Rohingya Muslims are paying off people smugglers and returning to the squalid camps they used to live in after being held for months on overcrowded ships that were to take them to Thailand but did not move far from shore. A crackdown on the people-smuggling network in Thailand, usually the first stop en route to Malaysia, has meant that at least three ships loaded with hundreds of Rohingya and impoverished Bangladeshis were staying off the coast of Myanmar, they said. Those who came back said the crews beat them with metal rods and engine chains when they asked for more food. Many were starving, surviving on three cups of water and two handfuls of rice a day for up to three months. Be Be Asha, who is in the eighth month of pregnancy, was saved at the last minute by her husband and women around her after traffickers were about to throw her off the ship when she lost consciousness. She says she has not recovered from the 45-day ordeal and was worried about the unborn baby. Picture taken May 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANTS/ROHINGYA
RTX1DUKN
May 20, 2015
Marmot Rar Sein (L) and Be Be Asha, 20, who arrived back from a ship, are seen at a refugee camp outside...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Marmot Rar Sein and Be Be Asha, who arrived back from a ship, are seen at a refugee camp outside Sittwe...
Marmot Rar Sein (L) and Be Be Asha, 20, who arrived back from a ship, are seen at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 19, 2015. Scores of Myanmar's minority Rohingya Muslims are paying off people smugglers and returning to the squalid camps they used to live in after being held for months on overcrowded ships that were to take them to Thailand but did not move far from shore. A crackdown on the people-smuggling network in Thailand, usually the first stop en route to Malaysia, has meant that at least three ships loaded with hundreds of Rohingya and impoverished Bangladeshis were staying off the coast of Myanmar, they said. Those who came back said the crews beat them with metal rods and engine chains when they asked for more food. Many were starving, surviving on three cups of water and two handfuls of rice a day for up to three months. Be Be Asha, who is in the eighth month of pregnancy, was saved at the last minute by her husband and women around her after traffickers were about to throw her off the ship when she lost consciousness. She says she has not recovered from the 45-day ordeal and was worried about the unborn baby. Picture taken May 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANTS/ROHINGYA
RTX1DUK3
May 20, 2015
Marmot Rar Sein, who arrived back from a ship, talks at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 19,...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Marmot Rar Sein, who arrived back from a ship, talks at a refugee camp outside Sittwe
Marmot Rar Sein, who arrived back from a ship, talks at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 19, 2015. Scores of Myanmar's minority Rohingya Muslims are paying off people smugglers and returning to the squalid camps they used to live in after being held for months on overcrowded ships that were to take them to Thailand but did not move far from shore. A crackdown on the people-smuggling network in Thailand, usually the first stop en route to Malaysia, has meant that at least three ships loaded with hundreds of Rohingya and impoverished Bangladeshis were staying off the coast of Myanmar, they said. Those who came back said the crews beat them with metal rods and engine chains when they asked for more food. Many were starving, surviving on three cups of water and two handfuls of rice a day for up to three months. Picture taken May 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANTS/ROHINGYA
RTX1DUF1
May 20, 2015
Marmot Einut, 22, who was released from a human trafficking boat, shows the scars he got from being hit...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Marmot Einut, who was released from a human trafficking boat, shows the scars he got from being hit by...
Marmot Einut, 22, who was released from a human trafficking boat, shows the scars he got from being hit by the human trafficker onboard the boat, at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 20, 2015. Scores of Myanmar's minority Rohingya Muslims are paying off people smugglers and returning to the squalid camps they used to live in after being held for months on overcrowded ships that were to take them to Thailand but did not move far from shore. A crackdown on the people-smuggling network in Thailand, usually the first stop en route to Malaysia, has meant that at least three ships loaded with hundreds of Rohingya and impoverished Bangladeshis were staying off the coast of Myanmar, they said. Those who came back said the crews beat them with metal rods and engine chains when they asked for more food. Many were starving, surviving on three cups of water and two handfuls of rice a day for up to three months. Picture taken May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANTS/ROHINGYA
RTX1DUCH
May 20, 2015
Marmot Einut, 22, who was released from a human trafficking boat, shows the scars he got from being hit...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Marmot Einut shows the scars he got from being hit by the human trafficker onboard the boat, at a refugee...
Marmot Einut, 22, who was released from a human trafficking boat, shows the scars he got from being hit by the human trafficker onboard the boat, at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 20, 2015. Scores of Myanmar's minority Rohingya Muslims are paying off people smugglers and returning to the squalid camps they used to live in after being held for months on overcrowded ships that were to take them to Thailand but did not move far from shore. A crackdown on the people-smuggling network in Thailand, usually the first stop en route to Malaysia, has meant that at least three ships loaded with hundreds of Rohingya and impoverished Bangladeshis were staying off the coast of Myanmar, they said. Those who came back said the crews beat them with metal rods and engine chains when they asked for more food. Many were starving, surviving on three cups of water and two handfuls of rice a day for up to three months. Picture taken May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANTS/ROHINGYA
RTX1DUC1
May 20, 2015
Marmot Husein (L), 20, who was released from a human trafficking ship, stands with his family in front...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Marmot Husein, who was released from a human trafficking ship, stands with his family in front of his...
Marmot Husein (L), 20, who was released from a human trafficking ship, stands with his family in front of his home at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 20, 2015. Scores of Myanmar's minority Rohingya Muslims are paying off people smugglers and returning to the squalid camps they used to live in after being held for months on overcrowded ships that were to take them to Thailand but did not move far from shore. A crackdown on the people-smuggling network in Thailand, usually the first stop en route to Malaysia, has meant that at least three ships loaded with hundreds of Rohingya and impoverished Bangladeshis were staying off the coast of Myanmar, they said. Those who came back said the crews beat them with metal rods and engine chains when they asked for more food. Many were starving, surviving on three cups of water and two handfuls of rice a day for up to three months. Picture taken May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANTS/
RTX1DU6B
May 20, 2015
Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human...
Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human trafficking camp, in a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 20, 2015. Ismai left the refugee camp with others on a boat to Malaysia four month ago, only to phone his family back 40 days later to tell them he was kidnapped with a ransom of 4,000 Malaysian ringgit. Gawni and his family have already sent 2,000 Malaysian ringgit and 600,000 kyats for Ismai's release. Just a few days ago, the family received a picture of Ismai via an Internet shop at the refugee camp with the message that they needed to pay another 2,000 Malaysian ringgit to the perpetrators for his release. Picture taken May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANTS/
RTX1DU5U
May 20, 2015
Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human...
Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human trafficking camp, in a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 20, 2015. Ismai left the refugee camp with others on a boat to Malaysia four month ago, only to phone his family back 40 days later to tell them he was kidnapped with a ransom of 4,000 Malaysian ringgit. Gawni and his family have already sent 2,000 Malaysian ringgit and 600,000 kyats for Ismai's release. Just a few days ago, the family received a picture of Ismai via an Internet shop at the refugee camp with the message that they needed to pay another 2,000 Malaysian ringgit to the perpetrators for his release. Picture taken May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANTS/
RTX1DU5F
May 20, 2015
Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human...
Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human trafficking camp, in a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 20, 2015. Ismai left the refugee camp with others on a boat to Malaysia four month ago, only to phone his family back 40 days later to tell them he was kidnapped with a ransom of 4,000 Malaysian ringgit. Gawni and his family have already sent 2,000 Malaysian ringgit and 600,000 kyats for Ismai's release. Just a few days ago, the family received a picture of Ismai via an Internet shop at the refugee camp with the message that they needed to pay another 2,000 Malaysian ringgit to the perpetrators for his release. Picture taken May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANTS/
RTX1DU5D
May 20, 2015
Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human...
Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human trafficking camp, in a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 20, 2015. Ismai left the refugee camp with others on a boat to Malaysia four month ago, only to phone his family back 40 days later to tell them he was kidnapped with a ransom of 4,000 Malaysian ringgit. Gawni and his family have already sent 2,000 Malaysian ringgit and 600,000 kyats for Ismai's release. Just a few days ago, the family received a picture of Ismai via an Internet shop at the refugee camp with the message that they needed to pay another 2,000 Malaysian ringgit to the perpetrators for his release. Picture taken May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
ASIA-MIGRANTS/
RTX1DU45
May 20, 2015
Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai in a refugee camp outside Sittwe...
Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human trafficking camp, in a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 20, 2015. Ismai left the refugee camp with others on a boat to Malaysia four month ago, only to phone his family back 40 days later to tell them he was kidnapped with a ransom of 4,000 Malaysian ringgit. Gawni and his family have already sent 2,000 Malaysian ringgit and 600,000 kyats for Ismai's release. Just a few days ago, the family received a picture of Ismai via an Internet shop at the refugee camp with the message that they needed to pay another 2,000 Malaysian ringgit to the perpetrators for his release. Picture taken May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
RUSSIA/
RTX13IFU
September 12, 2013
Sergei Bobkov, 56, arranges sculptures of Asian marmots he made from Siberian cedar wood shavings in...
KOZHANY, Russia
Bobkov arranges sculptures of Asian marmots made of Siberian cedar wood shavings in the village of Kozhany...
Sergei Bobkov, 56, arranges sculptures of Asian marmots he made from Siberian cedar wood shavings in the village of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, September 11, 2013. Bobkov spent one and a half years and used about 210,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create three marmots sculptures. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA/
RTX13IFR
September 12, 2013
Sergei Bobkov, 56, arranges sculptures of Asian marmots made of Siberian cedar wood shavings in the village...
KOZHANY, Russia
Bobkov arranges sculptures of Asian marmots made of Siberian cedar wood shavings in the village of Kozhany...
Sergei Bobkov, 56, arranges sculptures of Asian marmots made of Siberian cedar wood shavings in the village of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, September 11, 2013. Bobkov spent one and half years and used about 210,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create three marmots sculptures. Picture taken September 11, 2013. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
RUSSIA/
RTX13IES
September 12, 2013
A sculpture of an Asian marmot made by Sergei Bobkov from Siberian cedar wood shavings is left to dry...
KOZHANY, Russia
A sculpture of an Asian marmot made by Sergei Bobkov from Siberian cedar wood shavings is left to dry...
A sculpture of an Asian marmot made by Sergei Bobkov from Siberian cedar wood shavings is left to dry in the village of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, September 11, 2013. Bobkov spent one and a half years and used about 210,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create three marmots sculptures. Picture taken September 11, 2013. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)
RUSSIA/
RTR334KU
June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, creates a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, creates a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop...
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, creates a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop in a cellar of a local school in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create a marmot piece. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR334KP
June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, sticks chips to a tail for creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, sticks chips to a tail for creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot...
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, sticks chips to a tail for creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop in a cellar of a local school in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create a marmot piece. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR334KH
June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, cuts a chip for creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, cuts a chip for creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of...
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, cuts a chip for creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop in a cellar of a local school in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create a marmot piece. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR334KC
June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, selects dry shavings for creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, selects dry shavings for creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot...
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, selects dry shavings for creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop in a cellar of a local school in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create a marmot piece. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR334KB
June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, creates a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, creates a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop...
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, creates a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop in a cellar of a local school in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create a marmot piece. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR334KA
June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, moulds a plasticine model-prototype before creating a life-sized sculpture...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, moulds a plasticine model-prototype before creating a life-sized sculpture...
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, moulds a plasticine model-prototype before creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop in a cellar of a local school in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create a marmot piece. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
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June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, produces a cedar chip before creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, produces a cedar chip before creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot...
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, produces a cedar chip before creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop in a cellar of a local school in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create a marmot piece. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR334K6
June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, selects a wet cedar bar before creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, selects a wet cedar bar before creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian...
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, selects a wet cedar bar before creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop in a cellar of a local school in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create a marmot piece. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR334JS
June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, places a ready-made sculpture of a life-sized Asian marmot made of the Siberian...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, places a ready-made sculpture of a life-sized Asian marmot made of the Siberian...
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, places a ready-made sculpture of a life-sized Asian marmot made of the Siberian cedar cut chips from a workshop at his exhibition at a local school in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create a marmot piece. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR334JR
June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, carries a ready-made sculpture of a life-sized Asian marmot made of the Siberian...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, carries a ready-made sculpture of a life-sized Asian marmot made of the Siberian...
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, carries a ready-made sculpture of a life-sized Asian marmot made of the Siberian cedar cut chips from a workshop at a local school to place it among other exhibits in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create a marmot piece. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR334JQ
June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, creates a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, creates a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop...
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, creates a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop in a cellar of a local school in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create a marmot piece. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR334JG
June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, places a stencil on a wooden base before creating a life-sized sculpture of...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, places a stencil on a wooden base before creating a life-sized sculpture of...
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, places a stencil on a wooden base before creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop in a cellar of a local school in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create a marmot piece. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
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June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, measures a plasticine model-prototype before creating a life-sized sculpture...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Bobkov, 55, works on a sculpture of a marmot in Kozhany
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, measures a plasticine model-prototype before creating a life-sized sculpture of an Asian marmot made of cut chips at a workshop in a cellar of a local school in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create a marmot piece. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR334IY
June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, selects the cedar wood before creating life-size sculptures of animals made...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, selects the cedar wood before creating life-size sculptures of animals made...
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, selects the cedar wood before creating life-size sculptures of animals made of cut chips at a workshop in a cellar of a local school in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create a marmot piece. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR334IW
June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, finishes the creation of a sculpture of a life-sized Asian marmot made of the...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, finishes the creation of a sculpture of a life-sized Asian marmot made of the...
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, finishes the creation of a sculpture of a life-sized Asian marmot made of the Siberian cedar cut chips at a workshop in a cellar of a local school in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create the marmot. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR334IV
June 05, 2012
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, carries a ready-made sculpture of a life-sized Asian marmot made of the Siberian...
KOZHANY, Russia
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, carries a ready-made sculpture of a life-sized Asian marmot made of the Siberian...
Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, carries a ready-made sculpture of a life-sized Asian marmot made of the Siberian cedar cut chips at a workshop in a cellar of a local school to place it among other exhibits in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cut chips, spent four months and used about 50,000 pieces of Siberian cedar to create the marmot. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR21HCF
August 21, 2008
Marmots stand beside the Furkapass mountain pass road (2429 metres/7969 feet altitude) in the Swiss Alps...
FURKAPASS, Switzerland
Marmots stand beside the Furkapass mountain pass road in the Swiss Alps
Marmots stand beside the Furkapass mountain pass road (2429 metres/7969 feet altitude) in the Swiss Alps August 21, 2008. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR21HCC
August 21, 2008
Marmots stand beside the Furkapass mountain pass road (2429 metres/7969 feet altitude) in the Swiss Alps...
FURKAPASS, Switzerland
Marmots stand beside the Furkapass mountain pass road in the Swiss Alps
Marmots stand beside the Furkapass mountain pass road (2429 metres/7969 feet altitude) in the Swiss Alps August 21, 2008. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND)
CHINA/
RTR1SBU4
July 28, 2007
Two marmots, prairie animals also known as the "tarbagans", meet at the entrance of their lair in Yushu,...
Yushu, China
Marmots meet at entrance of their lair in Yushu
Two marmots, prairie animals also known as the "tarbagans", meet at the entrance of their lair in Yushu, west China's Qinghai province July 28, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA)
JAPAN-MONGOLIA
RTRDZ86
May 13, 1998
Mongolian President Natsagiin Bagabandi (L) presents Japanese Prime Minster Ryutaro Hashimoto with a...
Tokyo
MONGOLIAN PRESIDENT BAGABANDI PRESENTS PM HASHIMOTO WITH PICTURE.
Mongolian President Natsagiin Bagabandi (L) presents Japanese Prime Minster Ryutaro Hashimoto with a picture of Mongol marmots, prairie animals called "tarbagan", prior to talks at the premier's official residence in Tokyo May 13. The Mongol marmot is to be sent to Tokyo's Ueno Zoo from Mongolia in autumn, commemorating the president's visit and the friendly ties between the two countries.

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