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OCEANS-TIDE/SHRIMP
RTX6H5OM
October 30, 2018
A villager holds edible snails known as singor, found in mangrove forests in Pitas, Sabah, Malaysia,...
PITAS, Malaysia
A villager holds edible snails known as singor, found in mangrove forests in Pitas
A villager holds edible snails known as singor, found in mangrove forests in Pitas, Sabah, Malaysia, July 6, 2018. Picture taken July 6, 2018. To match Special Report OCEANS-TIDE/SHRIMP REUTERS/Edgar Su
LEBANON-ANIMAL/
RTX2RD4D
November 01, 2016
A snail sits on oranges, after the first rain in Jizeen, southern Lebanon November 1, 2016. REUTERS/Ali...
Sidon, Lebanon
A snail sits on oranges, after the first rain in Jizeen
A snail sits on oranges, after the first rain in Jizeen, southern Lebanon November 1, 2016. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GREECE
RTX2886G
February 23, 2016
A migrant child shows a snail she found while playing on a field near the town of Polikastro, Greece...
POLIKASTRO, Greece
A migrant child shows a snail she found while playing on a field near the town of Polikastro
A migrant child shows a snail she found while playing on a field near the town of Polikastro, Greece February 23, 2016. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
UKRAINE-PROTEST/
RTX1MI4G
July 31, 2015
A snail-style mobile coffee shop is seen in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally in Kiev,...
Kiev, Ukraine
A snail-style mobile coffee shop is seen in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally in Kiev...
A snail-style mobile coffee shop is seen in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally in Kiev, Ukraine, July 30, 2015. Dozens of mobile facilities owners take part in the protest action, urging city authorities to provide them with fair rules of business, local media reported. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-PROTEST/
RTX1MEG1
July 30, 2015
A girl stands near snail-style mobile coffee shops in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally...
Kiev, Ukraine
A girl stands near snail-style mobile coffee shops in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally...
A girl stands near snail-style mobile coffee shops in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally in Kiev, Ukraine, July 30, 2015. Dozens of mobile facilities owners take part in the protest action, urging city authorities to provide them with fair rules of business, local media reported. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-PROTEST/
RTX1MEFX
July 30, 2015
A man walks by snail-style mobile coffee shops in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally...
Kiev, Ukraine
A man walks by snail-style mobile coffee shops in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally...
A man walks by snail-style mobile coffee shops in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally in Kiev, Ukraine, July 30, 2015. Dozens of mobile facilities owners take part in the protest action, urging city authorities to provide them with fair rules of business, local media reported. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-PROTEST/
RTX1MEFU
July 30, 2015
Snail-style mobile coffee shops are seen in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally in Kiev,...
Kiev, Ukraine
Snail-style mobile coffee shops are seen in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally in Kiev...
Snail-style mobile coffee shops are seen in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally in Kiev, Ukraine, July 30, 2015. Dozens of mobile facilities owners take part in the protest action, urging city authorities to provide them with fair rules of business, local media reported. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-PROTEST/
RTX1MEFH
July 30, 2015
Snail-style mobile coffee shops are seen in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally in Kiev,...
Kiev, Ukraine
Snail-style mobile coffee shops are seen in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally in Kiev...
Snail-style mobile coffee shops are seen in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally in Kiev, Ukraine, July 30, 2015. Dozens of mobile facilities owners take part in the protest action, urging city authorities to provide them with fair rules of business, local media reported. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-PROTEST/
RTX1MEEQ
July 30, 2015
Snail-style mobile coffee shops are seen in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally in Kiev,...
Kiev, Ukraine
Snail-style mobile coffee shops are seen in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally in Kiev...
Snail-style mobile coffee shops are seen in front of the mayor's office during a protest rally in Kiev, Ukraine, July 30, 2015. Dozens of mobile facilities owners take part in the protest action, urging city authorities to provide them with fair rules of business, local media reported. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FUK
April 20, 2015
Pelican eggs are seen as pelicans fly over a nesting island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana,...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
Pelican eggs are seen as pelicans fly over a nesting island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana...
Pelican eggs are seen as pelicans fly over a nesting island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This nesting island was not affected by the BP oil spill as it was protected by Cat Island, according to P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FUJ
April 20, 2015
Pelicans fly over a nesting island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
Pelicans fly over a nesting island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana
Pelicans fly over a nesting island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This nesting island was not affected by the BP oil spill as it was protected by Cat Island, according to P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FUI
April 20, 2015
A pelican is seen flying near a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19,...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
A pelican is seen flying near a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana
A pelican is seen flying near a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This barrier island was not affected by the BP oil spill as it was protected by Cat Island, according to P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FUH
April 20, 2015
Pelicans eggs are seen on a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015....
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
Pelicans eggs are seen on a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana
Pelicans eggs are seen on a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This barrier island was not affected by the BP oil spill as it was protected by Cat Island, according to P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FUG
April 20, 2015
Pelicans rest on a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This barrier...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
Pelicans rest on a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana,
Pelicans rest on a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This barrier island was not affected by the BP oil spill as it was protected by Cat Island, according to P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FUF
April 20, 2015
A pelican is seen resting on a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19,...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
A pelican is seen resting on a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana,
A pelican is seen resting on a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This barrier island was not affected by the BP oil spill as it was protected by Cat Island, according to P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FUD
April 20, 2015
The carcass of a Pelican is seen on a nesting island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
The carcass of a Pelican is seen on a nesting island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana
The carcass of a Pelican is seen on a nesting island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This nesting island was not affected by the BP oil spill as it was protected by Cat Island, according to P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FUC
April 20, 2015
Pelicans nest on a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This barrier...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
Pelicans nest on a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana
Pelicans nest on a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This barrier island was not affected by the BP oil spill as it was protected by Cat Island, according to P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FUB
April 20, 2015
Pelicans nest on a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This barrier...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
Pelicans nest on a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana
Pelicans nest on a barrier island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This barrier island was not affected by the BP oil spill as it was protected by Cat Island, according to P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FU7
April 20, 2015
Pelicans fly over a nesting island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
Pelicans fly over a nesting island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana
Pelicans fly over a nesting island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This nesting island was not affected by the BP oil spill as it was protected by Cat Island, according to P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FQO
April 20, 2015
Pelicans are seen along the coast of Cat Island in Barataria Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
Pelicans are seen along the coast of Cat Island in Barataria Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana
Pelicans are seen along the coast of Cat Island in Barataria Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. The once lush nesting site for thousands of birds was devastated by the BP oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FQM
April 20, 2015
P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill,...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill,...
P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill, looks for oil on an island in Bay Jimmy in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FQK
April 20, 2015
Oystercatcher are seen on the skeletons of nesting trees on Cat Island in Barataria Bay in Plaquemines...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
Oystercatcher are seen on the skeletons of nesting trees on Cat Island in Barataria Bay in Plaquemines...
Oystercatcher are seen on the skeletons of nesting trees on Cat Island in Barataria Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. The once lush nesting site for thousands of birds was devastated by the BP oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FP7
April 20, 2015
The skeletons of nesting trees lay along the coast of Cat Island in Barataria Bay in Plaquemines Parish,...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
The skeletons of nesting trees lay along the coast of Cat Island in Barataria Bay in Plaquemines Parish,...
The skeletons of nesting trees lay along the coast of Cat Island in Barataria Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. The once lush nesting site for thousands of birds was devastated by the BP oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FP6
April 20, 2015
Oystercatcher's eggs are seen along the coast of Cat Island in Barataria Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana,...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
Oystercatcher's eggs are seen along the coast of Cat Island in Barataria Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana...
Oystercatcher's eggs are seen along the coast of Cat Island in Barataria Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. The once lush nesting site for thousands of birds was devastated by the BP oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FP5
April 20, 2015
Waves crash against the skeletons of nesting trees along the coast of Cat Island in Barataria Bay in...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
Waves crash against the skeletons of nesting trees along the coast of Cat Island in Barataria Bay in...
Waves crash against the skeletons of nesting trees along the coast of Cat Island in Barataria Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. The once lush nesting site for thousands of birds was devastated by the BP oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
BP-SPILL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX19FP4
April 20, 2015
P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill,...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill,...
P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill, inspects the coast of Cat Island in Barataria Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. The once lush nesting site for thousands of birds was devastated by the BP oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallons of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
LEBANON-FOOD/
RTR4AOAQ
October 18, 2014
A boy inspects snails on top of a wooden box in Darb Seim town, south Lebanon October 18, 2014. After...
Sidon, Lebanon
A boy inspects snails on top of a wooden box in Darb Seim town, south Lebanon
A boy inspects snails on top of a wooden box in Darb Seim town, south Lebanon October 18, 2014. After the first rain of autumn, Christian snail farmers of Darb Seim town collect snails and place them inside wooden boxes before selling them for consumption at around $3.30 for 100 snails. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho (LEBANON - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
LEBANON-FOOD/
RTR4AOAL
October 18, 2014
Snails sit on a wooden box in Darb Seim town, south Lebanon October 18, 2014. After the first rain of...
Sidon, Lebanon
Snails sit on a wooden box in Darb Seim town, south Lebanon
Snails sit on a wooden box in Darb Seim town, south Lebanon October 18, 2014. After the first rain of autumn, Christian snail farmers of Darb Seim town collect snails and place them inside wooden boxes before selling them for consumption at around $3.30 for 100 snails. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho (LEBANON - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)
NIGERIA/
RTX16TCX
December 24, 2013
Stall vendor Ngosi Anyanwu displays snails for sale at Utako Market on Christmas Eve in Abuja December...
Abuja, Nigeria
A stall vendor displays snails for sale at Utako Market on Christmas Eve in Abuja
Stall vendor Ngosi Anyanwu displays snails for sale at Utako Market on Christmas Eve in Abuja December 24, 2013. Snails are a delicacy prepared along with other meals during the festive season. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde (NIGERIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY FOOD)
RUSSIA/
RTX15K6B
November 19, 2013
Members of the "Ranetka" private family club take a medical-cosmetic massage using the Achatina fulica...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Members of the "Ranetka" private family club take a medical-cosmetic massage using the Achatina fulica...
Members of the "Ranetka" private family club take a medical-cosmetic massage using the Achatina fulica snail, also known as the Giant African land snail, at the club in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 19, 2013. Snails' massage method, which is believed to speed up the regeneration of the skin and to eliminate wrinkles and scars, has become more popular among beauty salons and female health clubs of the city, according to the "Ranetka" club owner Yelena Baranchukova. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTX15JZS
November 19, 2013
A member of the "Ranetka" private family club takes a medical-cosmetic massage using the Achatina fulica...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
A member of the "Ranetka" private family club takes a medical-cosmetic massage using the Achatina fulica...
A member of the "Ranetka" private family club takes a medical-cosmetic massage using the Achatina fulica snail, also known as the Giant African land snail, at the club in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 19, 2013. Snails' massage method, which is believed to speed up the regeneration of the skin and to eliminate wrinkles and scars, has become more popular among beauty salons and female health clubs of the city, according to the "Ranetka" club owner Yelena Baranchukova. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-FLORIDA/SNAILS
RTX130OO
August 29, 2013
Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam holds a shell as he speaks at a news conference about...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Putnam holds a shell as he speaks at a news conference about successes to eradicate the Giant African...
Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam holds a shell as he speaks at a news conference about successes in attempts to eradicate the Giant African Land Snail in Miami, Florida August 29, 2013. In the two years since the snail was discovered in Miami-Dade County, officials say they have detected and eliminated 128,000 of the snails. The snails are considered one of the most damaging in the world because they consume at least 500 types of plants and can cause damage to buildings and carry dangerous parasites. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS AGRICULTURE)
Food and Drink
Food and Drink
Processing Gourmet Snails in Austria - 19 Jul 2013
12 PICTURES
JAPAN/
RTX11Q22
July 18, 2013
Snails crawl on the face of a woman during a demonstration of a new beauty treatment at Clinical-Salon...
Tokyo, Japan
Snails crawl on the face of a woman during a demonstration of a new beauty treatment at Clinical-Salon...
Snails crawl on the face of a woman during a demonstration of a new beauty treatment at Clinical-Salon Ci:z.Labo in central Tokyo July 17, 2013. Clinical-Salon Ci:z.Labo, which began the unique facial earlier this week, offers the 10,500 yen ($110) five-minute session with the snails as an optional add-on for customers who apply for a "Celeb Escargot Course", an hour-long treatment routine of massages and facials based on products made from snail slime that costs 24,150 yen. According to a beautician at the salon, the snail slime is believed to make one's skin supple as well as remove dry and scaly patches. Picture taken July 17, 2013. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN/
RTX11Q1W
July 18, 2013
Snails crawl on the face of a woman during a demonstration of a new beauty treatment at Clinical-Salon...
Tokyo, Japan
Snails crawl on the face of a woman during a demonstration of a new beauty treatment at Clinical-Salon...
Snails crawl on the face of a woman during a demonstration of a new beauty treatment at Clinical-Salon Ci:z.Labo in central Tokyo July 17, 2013. Clinical-Salon Ci:z.Labo, which began the unique facial earlier this week, offers the 10,500 yen ($110) five-minute session with the snails as an optional add-on for customers who apply for a "Celeb Escargot Course", an hour-long treatment routine of massages and facials based on products made from snail slime that costs 24,150 yen. According to a beautician at the salon, the snail slime is believed to make one's skin supple as well as remove dry and scaly patches. Picture taken July 17, 2013. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA-SNAILS-FARMING/
RTX11O7V
July 16, 2013
Snails (Helix Aspersa) sit in a basket in a farm in Vienna July 10, 2013. Andreas Gugumuck owns Vienna's...
Vienna, Austria
Snails (Helix Aspersa) sit in a basket in a farm in Vienna
Snails (Helix Aspersa) sit in a basket in a farm in Vienna July 10, 2013. Andreas Gugumuck owns Vienna's largest snail farm, exporting snails, snail-caviar and snail-liver all over the world. The gourmet snails are processed using old traditional cooking techniques and some are sold locally to Austrian gourmet restaurants. Picture taken July 10, 2013. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA-SNAILS-FARMING/
RTX11O7O
July 16, 2013
A snail dish is pictured in the gourmet restaurant Filippou in Vienna July 12, 2013. Andreas Gugumuck...
Vienna, Austria
A snail dish is pictured in the gourmet restaurant Filippou in Vienna
A snail dish is pictured in the gourmet restaurant Filippou in Vienna July 12, 2013. Andreas Gugumuck owns Vienna's largest snail farm, exporting snails, snail-caviar and snail-liver all over the world. The gourmet snails are processed using old traditional cooking techniques and some are sold locally to Austrian gourmet restaurants. Picture taken July 12, 2013. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA-SNAILS-FARMING/
RTX11O7E
July 16, 2013
Austrian snail farmer Gugumuck shows snail-liver in his farm in Vienna July 10, 2013. Andreas Gugumuck...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian snail farmer Gugumuck shows snail-liver in his farm in Vienna
Austrian snail farmer Gugumuck shows snail-liver in his farm in Vienna July 10, 2013. Andreas Gugumuck owns Vienna's largest snail farm, exporting snails, snail-caviar and snail-liver all over the world. The gourmet snails are processed using old traditional cooking techniques and some are sold locally to Austrian gourmet restaurants. Picture taken July 10, 2013. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA-SNAILS-FARMING/
RTX11O77
July 16, 2013
A snail (Helix Aspersa) and a baby snail sit on a leave in a farm in Vienna June 12, 2013. Andreas Gugumuck...
Vienna, Austria
A snail (Helix Aspersa) and a baby snail sit on a leaf in a farm in Vienna
A snail (Helix Aspersa) and a baby snail sit on a leave in a farm in Vienna June 12, 2013. Andreas Gugumuck owns Vienna's largest snail farm, exporting snails, snail-caviar and snail-liver all over the world. The gourmet snails are processed using old traditional cooking techniques and some are sold locally to Austrian gourmet restaurants. Picture taken June 12, 2013. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)
MEXICO-EATING-INSECTS
RTX10VGZ
June 20, 2013
A vendor holds a snail for sale in his palm at the San Juan food market in Mexico City June 19, 2013....
Mexico City, Mexico
A vendor holds a snail for sale in his palm at the San Juan food market in Mexico City
A vendor holds a snail for sale in his palm at the San Juan food market in Mexico City June 19, 2013. Mexico's taste for eating creepy crawlies, originating from the Pre-Columbian era, could be the answer to ending hunger. United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) is encouraging the production of edible insects to supplement diets in areas where malnutrition is rife and as a measure to combat obesity. Nowhere has the message been more warmly received than in Mexico where insects have been part of the diet for hundreds of years. Pre-Columbian civilizations in the country ate them frequently as a main source of protein because meat through cattle raising did not exist and although conquistadors discouraged insect consumption, ethnic groups in the country continued to eat them. Picture taken June19, 2013. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY ANIMALS)
COLOMBIA-SNAILS-FARMING/
RTXZWVY
May 22, 2013
Mariela Rey displays a snail (Helix Aspersa) in her farm near Choachi May 3, 2013. Husband and wife team...
CHOACHI, Colombia
Mariela Rey displays a reproductor snail (Helix Aspersa) in her farm near Choach
Mariela Rey displays a snail (Helix Aspersa) in her farm near Choachi May 3, 2013. Husband and wife team Armando and Mariela Rey own Colombia's largest snail farm, exporting the bulk of their 200,000 snails - or four tons - monthly production to Canada. The gourmet snails are processed using a French cooking technique and some are sold locally to Colombian restaurants. Picture taken May 3, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA/
RTXZ6GY
May 01, 2013
Two Roman snails (Helix Pomatia) interact in a garden on a sunny spring day in Vienna May 1, 2013. ...
Vienna, Austria
Two Roman snails interact in a garden on a sunny spring day in Vienna
Two Roman snails (Helix Pomatia) interact in a garden on a sunny spring day in Vienna May 1, 2013. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTR3CKJB
January 17, 2013
A view shows the dry lakebed of the Cocorobo Dam, down to 20 percent capacity, in the town of Canudos,...
CANUDOS, Brazil
A view shows the dry lakebed of the Cocorobo Dam, down to 20 percent capacity, in the town of Canudos...
A view shows the dry lakebed of the Cocorobo Dam, down to 20 percent capacity, in the town of Canudos, in the part of Bahia State declared to be in a drought emergency, January 15, 2013. Brazil's northeast is suffering its worst drought in decades, threatening hydro-power supplies in an area prone to blackouts and potentially slowing economic growth in one of the country's emerging agricultural frontiers. Lack of rain has hurt corn and cotton crops, left cattle and goats to starve to death in dry pastures and wiped some 30 percent off sugar cane production in the region responsible for 10 percent of Brazil's cane output. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER AGRICULTURE)
RUSSIA/
RTR2ZRB6
March 23, 2012
An employee gives a medical-cosmetic massage to a client using an African snail at a beauty salon in...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
An employee gives a medical-cosmetic massage using an African snail at a beauty salon in Krasnoyarsk
An employee gives a medical-cosmetic massage to a client using an African snail at a beauty salon in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk March 23, 2012. The beauty salon is the only one in the region using the snails' method, which is believed to help in speeding up regeneration of the skin, eliminating wrinkles, scars and traces of burn marks, according to the owner Alyona Zlotnikova. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY HEALTH)
RUSSIA/
RTR2ZRB2
March 23, 2012
An employee gives a medical-cosmetic massage to a client using African snails at a beauty salon in Russia's...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
An employee gives a medical-cosmetic massage using African snails at a beauty salon in Krasnoyarsk
An employee gives a medical-cosmetic massage to a client using African snails at a beauty salon in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk March 23, 2012. The beauty salon is the only one in the region using the snails' method, which is believed to help in speeding up regeneration of the skin, eliminating wrinkles, scars and traces of burn marks, according to the owner Alyona Zlotnikova. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY HEALTH)
GREECE/
RTR2XN2V
February 11, 2012
Vassilis Labropoulos, an agriculturist of the Greek snail farming company Fereikos Helix, selects snails...
KORINTHOS, Greece
An agriculturist of the Greek snail farming company, Fereikos Helix, selects snails for packing at a...
Vassilis Labropoulos, an agriculturist of the Greek snail farming company Fereikos Helix, selects snails for packing in the warehouse of a snail farm in the coastal town of Korinthos, some 80 km (50 miles) west of Athens, January 31, 2012. Sisters, Maria and Panagiota Vlachou, set up their first farm in Korinthos and have since managed to expand their business throughout the country. Today Fereikos Helix operates as a family enterprise, aimed at educating young farmers or businessmen who would like to set up their own snail farm. It organises seminars for aspiring farmers, giving a picture of what life looks like when you own and run a snail farm, then buys the snails from the farmers at a pre-agreed price and exports most of them to European countries. In 2011, the company exported 50 percent of their produce to Italy, 20 percent to France and 10 percent to Switzerland. Picture taken January 31, 2012. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
GREECE/
RTR2XN2S
February 11, 2012
Vassilis Labropoulos, an agriculturist of the Greek snail farming company Fereikos Helix, inspects a...
KORINTHOS, Greece
An agriculturist of the Greek snail farming company Fereikos Helix, inspects a snail farm in the coastal...
Vassilis Labropoulos, an agriculturist of the Greek snail farming company Fereikos Helix, inspects a snail farm in the coastal town of Korinthos, some 80 km (50 miles) west of Athens, January 24, 2012. Sisters, Maria and Panagiota Vlachou, set up their first farm in Korinthos and have since managed to expand their business throughout the country. Today Fereikos Helix operates as a family enterprise, aimed at educating young farmers or businessmen who would like to set up their own snail farm. It organises seminars for aspiring farmers, giving a picture of what life looks like when you own and run a snail farm, then buys the snails from the farmers at a pre-agreed price and exports most of them to European countries. In 2011, the company exported 50 percent of their produce to Italy, 20 percent to France and 10 percent to Switzerland. Picture taken January 24, 2012. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GREECE/
RTR2XN2H
February 11, 2012
Snails are seen on a farm that supplies the Greek snail farming company, Fereikos Helix, in the coastal...
KORINTHOS, Greece
Snails are seen on a farm that supplies the Greek snail farming company, Fereikos Helix, in Korinthos...
Snails are seen on a farm that supplies the Greek snail farming company, Fereikos Helix, in the coastal town of Korinthos, some 80 km (50 miles) west of Athens, January 24, 2012. Sisters, Maria and Panagiota Vlachou, set up their first farm in Korinthos and have since managed to expand their business throughout the country. Today Fereikos Helix operates as a family enterprise, aimed at educating young farmers or businessmen who would like to set up their own snail farm. It organises seminars for aspiring farmers, giving a picture of what life looks like when you own and run a snail farm, then buys the snails from the farmers at a pre-agreed price and exports most of them to European countries. In 2011, the company exported 50 percent of their produce to Italy, 20 percent to France and 10 percent to Switzerland. Picture taken January 24, 2012. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTR2IUH8
February 20, 2011
Shipworms are seen in their boreholes in a mangrove trunk near Curuca at the mouth of the Amazon River...
CURUCA, Brazil
Shipworms are seen in their boreholes in a mangrove trunk near Curuca
Shipworms are seen in their boreholes in a mangrove trunk near Curuca at the mouth of the Amazon River February 18, 2011. Although it resembles a worm, the shipworm is actually a type of mollusk related to the clam and is commonly eaten raw by the region's residents. Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa, 31, began fishing for a living at the age of 12 in the region where the Amazon River, with its drainage basin covering about 40 percent of South America, forces a massive plume of freshwater estimated at 20 percent of the world's freshwater entering the oceans, into the Atlantic. Picture taken February 18, 2011. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ODDLY TRAVEL FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR2IUH6
February 20, 2011
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa pulls a shipworm out of a mangrove trunk near Curuca...
CURUCA, Brazil
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa pulls a shipworm out of a mangrove trunk near Curuca
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa pulls a shipworm out of a mangrove trunk near Curuca at the mouth of the Amazon River February 18, 2011. Although it resembles a worm, the shipworm is actually a type of mollusk related to the clam and is commonly eaten raw by the region's residents. Jose Alfredo, 31, began fishing for a living at the age of 12 in the region where the Amazon River, with its drainage basin covering about 40 percent of South America, forces a massive plume of freshwater estimated at 20 percent of the world's freshwater entering the oceans, into the Atlantic. Picture taken February 18, 2011. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ODDLY TRAVEL FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR2IUH5
February 20, 2011
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa shows a live shipworm he just pulled out of a mangrove...
CURUCA, Brazil
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa shows a live shipworm near Curuca
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa shows a live shipworm he just pulled out of a mangrove trunk near Curuca at the mouth of the Amazon River February 18, 2011. Although it resembles a worm, the shipworm is actually a type of mollusk related to the clam and is commonly eaten raw by the region's residents. Jose Alfredo, 31, began fishing for a living at the age of 12 in the region where the Amazon River, with its drainage basin covering about 40 percent of South America, forces a massive plume of freshwater estimated at 20 percent of the world's freshwater entering the oceans, into the Atlantic. Picture taken February 18, 2011. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ODDLY TRAVEL FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR2IUH2
February 20, 2011
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa swallows a live shipworm he just pulled out of a mangrove...
CURUCA, Brazil
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa swallows a live shipworm near Curuca
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa swallows a live shipworm he just pulled out of a mangrove trunk near Curuca at the mouth of the Amazon River February 18, 2011. Although it resembles a worm, the shipworm is actually a type of mollusk related to the clam and is commonly eaten raw by the region's residents. Jose Alfredo, 31, began fishing for a living at the age of 12 in the region where the Amazon River, with its drainage basin covering about 40 percent of South America, forces a massive plume of freshwater estimated at 20 percent of the world's freshwater entering the oceans, into the Atlantic. Picture taken February 18, 2011. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ODDLY TRAVEL FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR2IUH1
February 20, 2011
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa swallows a live shipworm he just pulled out of a mangrove...
CURUCA, Brazil
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa swallows a live shipworm near Curuca
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa swallows a live shipworm he just pulled out of a mangrove trunk near Curuca at the mouth of the Amazon River February 18, 2011. Although it resembles a worm, the shipworm is actually a type of mollusk related to the clam and is commonly eaten raw by the region's residents. Jose Alfredo, 31, began fishing for a living at the age of 12 in the region where the Amazon River, with its drainage basin covering about 40 percent of South America, forces a massive plume of freshwater estimated at 20 percent of the world's freshwater entering the oceans, into the Atlantic. Picture taken February 18, 2011. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ODDLY TRAVEL FOOD)
RUSSIA-OIL/ENVIRONMENT
RTXT6TH
October 08, 2010
A general view shows an oil terminal at Russia's Far-East port of Kozmino October 4, 2010. Russian scientists...
KOZMINO, Russia
A general view shows an oil terminal at Russia's Far-East port of Kozmino
A general view shows an oil terminal at Russia's Far-East port of Kozmino October 4, 2010. Russian scientists will now use sea scallops to monitor pollution levels at a Pacific oil terminal. An enormous sea scallop garden will be set up at the end of this month in Russia's Far East Kozmino Bay, eight time zones east of Moscow. It will be the first Russian port to use mollusks as a water-monitoring instrument. Picture taken October 4. REUTERS/Jessica Bachman (RUSSIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCI TECH)
BULGARIA-SNAILS/
RTXP57B
October 01, 2009
A snail is pictured at a snail farm near the town of Pleven, some 160km (100miles) north-east of Sofia...
Sofia, Bulgaria
To match feature BULGARIA-SNAILS/
A snail is pictured at a snail farm near the town of Pleven, some 160km (100miles) north-east of Sofia August 21, 2009. On a quiet patch of land apparently devoid of inhabitants, Krasimir Kostov's farm is silently booming as more than one million snails, hiding from the sun under planks of wood, munch their way to market. Picture taken August 21, 2009. To match feature BULGARIA-SNAILS/ REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA FOOD)
BULGARIA-SNAILS/
RTXP579
October 01, 2009
A snail is pictured at a snail farm near the town of Pleven, some 160km (100miles) north-east of Sofia...
Sofia, Bulgaria
To match feature BULGARIA-SNAILS/
A snail is pictured at a snail farm near the town of Pleven, some 160km (100miles) north-east of Sofia August 21, 2009. On a quiet patch of land apparently devoid of inhabitants, Krasimir Kostov's farm is silently booming as more than one million snails, hiding from the sun under planks of wood, munch their way to market. Picture taken August 21, 2009. To match feature BULGARIA-SNAILS/ REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA FOOD)
BULGARIA-SNAILS/
RTXP578
October 01, 2009
Snail farmer Krasimir Kostov walks at his snail farm near the town of Pleven, some 160km (100miles) north-east...
Sofia, Bulgaria
To match feature BULGARIA-SNAILS/
Snail farmer Krasimir Kostov walks at his snail farm near the town of Pleven, some 160km (100miles) north-east of Sofia August 21, 2009. On a quiet patch of land apparently devoid of inhabitants, Krasimir Kostov's farm is silently booming as more than one million snails, hiding from the sun under planks of wood, munch their way to market. Picture taken August 21, 2009. To match feature BULGARIA-SNAILS/ REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA FOOD)
BULGARIA-SNAILS/
RTXP577
October 01, 2009
Snails are pictured at a snail farm near the town of Pleven, some 160km (100miles) north-east of Sofia...
Sofia, Bulgaria
To match feature BULGARIA-SNAILS/
Snails are pictured at a snail farm near the town of Pleven, some 160km (100miles) north-east of Sofia August 21, 2009. On a quiet patch of land apparently devoid of inhabitants, Krasimir Kostov's farm is silently booming as more than one million snails, hiding from the sun under planks of wood, munch their way to market. Picture taken August 21, 2009. To match feature BULGARIA-SNAILS/ REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA FOOD)
PORTUGAL/SNAILS
RTXK26A
May 20, 2009
Adult and baby snails slide on a table at the Corujeira snail-breeding farm, 50 km (31 miles) north of...
Corujeira, Portugal
To match Reuters Life! PORTUGAL/SNAILS
Adult and baby snails slide on a table at the Corujeira snail-breeding farm, 50 km (31 miles) north of Lisbon May 18, 2009. The proverbial snail's pace can be deceptive, especially if you have millions of snails to handle and a business to run. Portugal lags behind France -- the world's biggest consumer of snails where some 30,000 tonnes of the gastropods are devoured annually as an exquisite delicacy -- by market size, but not by per-capita consumption, which is about the same. Picture taken May 18, 2009. To match Reuters Life! PORTUGAL/SNAILS REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
PORTUGAL/SNAILS
RTXK267
May 20, 2009
Workers collect adult snails at the Corujeira snail-breeding farm, 50 km (31 miles) north of Lisbon May...
Corujeira, Portugal
To match Reuters Life! PORTUGAL/SNAILS
Workers collect adult snails at the Corujeira snail-breeding farm, 50 km (31 miles) north of Lisbon May 18, 2009. The proverbial snail's pace can be deceptive, especially if you have millions of snails to handle and a business to run. Portugal lags behind France -- the world's biggest consumer of snails where some 30,000 tonnes of the gastropods are devoured annually as an exquisite delicacy -- by market size, but not by per-capita consumption, which is about the same. Picture taken May 18, 2009. To match Reuters Life! PORTUGAL/SNAILS REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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