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TURTLES
RTXNKMT
June 18, 2005
A girl holds an Arrau turtle before releasing it at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174...
Calabozo, Venezuela
A girl holds an Arrau turtle before releasing it at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (17.....
A girl holds an Arrau turtle before releasing it at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174 miles) south from [Caracas], June 18, 2005. The Venezuelan government released thousands of palm-sized green turtles and [Orinoco crocodiles] over the weekend as part of a 10-year program to increase the population of endangered species.
TURTLES
RTXNKMS
June 18, 2005
Thousands of Arrau turtles try to reach a river after being freed at Aguaro-Guariquito national park,...
Calabozo, Venezuela
Thousands of Arrau turtles try to reach a river after being freed at Aguaro-Guariquito national park.....
Thousands of Arrau turtles try to reach a river after being freed at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174 miles) south from [Caracas], June 18, 2005. The Venezuelan government released thousands of palm-sized green turtles and [Orinoco crocodiles] over the weekend as part of a 10-year program to increase the population of endangered species.
TURTLES
RTXNKMR
June 18, 2005
Thousands of Arrau turtles try to reach a river after being freed at Aguaro-Guariquito national park,...
Calabozo, Venezuela
Thousands of Arrau turtles try to reach a river after being freed at Aguaro-Guariquito national park.....
Thousands of Arrau turtles try to reach a river after being freed at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174 miles) south from [Caracas], June 18, 2005. The Venezuelan government released thousands of palm-sized green turtles and [Orinoco crocodiles] over the weekend as part of a 10-year program to increase the population of endangered species.
TURTLES
RTXNKMQ
June 18, 2005
A man holds Arrau turtles before releasing them at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174...
Calabozo, Venezuela
A man holds Arrau turtles before releasing them at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174.....
A man holds Arrau turtles before releasing them at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174 miles) south from[Caracas], June 18, 2005. The Venezuelan government released thousands of palm-sized green turtles and [Orinoco crocodiles] over the weekend as part of a 10-year program to increase the population of endangered species.
TURTLES
RTXNKMP
June 18, 2005
A man holds Arrau turtles before releasing them at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174...
Calabozo, Venezuela
A man holds Arrau turtles before releasing them at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174.....
A man holds Arrau turtles before releasing them at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174 miles) south from[Caracas], June 18, 2005. The Venezuelan government released thousands of palm-sized green turtles and [Orinoco crocodiles] over the weekend as part of a 10-year program to increase the population of endangered species.
VENEZUELA TURTLES
RTREUA5
June 18, 2005
A girl holds an Arrau turtle before releasing it at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174...
Calabozo, Venezuela
A girl holds an Arrau turtle before releasing it at Aguaro-Guariquito national park.
A girl holds an Arrau turtle before releasing it at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174 miles) south from Caracas, June 18, 2005. The Venezuelan government released thousands of palm-sized green turtles and Orinoco crocodiles over the weekend as part of a 10-year program to increase the population of endangered species. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS/YH
VENEZUELA TURTLES
RTREU96
June 18, 2005
Thousands of Arrau turtles try to reach a river after being freed at Aguaro-Guariquito national park,...
Calabozo, Venezuela
Thousands of Arrau turtles try to reach a river after being freed in Venezuela.
Thousands of Arrau turtles try to reach a river after being freed at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174 miles) south from Caracas, June 18, 2005. The Venezuelan government released thousands of palm-sized green turtles and Orinoco crocodiles over the weekend as part of a 10-year program to increase the population of endangered species. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS/YH
VENEZUELA TURTLES
RTREU90
June 18, 2005
Thousands of Arrau turtles try to reach a river after being freed at Aguaro-Guariquito national park,...
Calabozo, Venezuela
Thousands of Arrau turtles try to reach a river after being freed in Venezuela.
Thousands of Arrau turtles try to reach a river after being freed at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174 miles) south from Caracas June 18, 2005. The Venezuelan government released thousands of palm-sized green turtles and Orinoco crocodiles over the weekend as part of a 10-year program to increase the population of endangered species. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS/YH
VENEZUELA TURTLES
RTREU8C
June 18, 2005
A man holds Arrau turtles before releasing them at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174...
Calabozo, Venezuela
A man holds Arrau turtles before releasing them at Aguaro-Guariquito national park near Caracas.
A man holds Arrau turtles before releasing them at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174 miles) south from Caracas, June 18, 2005. The Venezuelan government released thousands of palm-sized green turtles and Orinoco Crocodiles over the weekend as part of a 10-year program to increase the population of endangered species. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS/DL
VENEZUELA TURTLES
RTREU7W
June 18, 2005
A man holds Arrau turtles before releasing them at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174...
Calabozo, Venezuela
A man holds Arrau turtles before releasing them at Aguaro-Guariquito national park near Caracas.
A man holds Arrau turtles before releasing them at Aguaro-Guariquito national park, some 280 km (174 miles) south from Caracas, June 18, 2005. The Venezuelan government released thousands of palm-sized green turtles and Orinoco Crocodiles over the weekend as part of a 10-year program to increase the population of endangered species. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS/DL
CROCODILES
RTXLZHH
May 24, 2003
A biologist holds up an egg with a minutes-old baby Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) at the...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
A biologist holds up an egg with a minutes-old baby Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) at t.....
A biologist holds up an egg with a minutes-old baby Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio, in Venezuela's western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
CROCODILES
RTXLZHG
May 24, 2003
A biologist holds up an egg with as a Orinoco Crocodiles emerges (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
A biologist holds up an egg with as a Orinoco Crocodiles emerges (Crocodylus intermedius) at the bio.....
A biologist holds up an egg with as a Orinoco Crocodiles emerges (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
CROCODILES
RTXLZHF
May 24, 2003
A biologist holds up many one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reserve...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
A biologist holds up many one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological .....
A biologist holds up many one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
CROCODILES
RTXLZHE
May 24, 2003
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the biological reservation of Hato El Frio...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the biological reservation of Hato El F.....
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the biological reservation of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, one of South America's largest predators, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
CROCODILES
RTXLZHD
May 24, 2003
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the biological reservation of Hato El Frio...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the biological reservation of Hato El F.....
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the biological reservation of Hato El Frio in Venezuela's western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, one of South America's largest predators, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
CROCODILES
RTXLZHC
May 24, 2003
Tape is taken off the mouth of an Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reservation...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
Tape is taken off the mouth of an Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reser.....
Tape is taken off the mouth of an Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reservation of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, one of South America's largest predators, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
VENEZUELA
RTR156HM
May 24, 2003
Tape is taken off the mouth of an Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological reservation...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
CROCODILES RELEASED IN WESTERN VENEZUELA.
Tape is taken off the mouth of an Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological reservation of Hato El Frio in
Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May
22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and
two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a
program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, one of South America's
largest predators, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva

JS/ME
VENEZUELA CROCODILES
RTRO85U
May 24, 2003
A biologist holds up an egg with a minutes-old baby Orinoco Crocodiles
(Crocodylus intermedius) at the...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
NEW BORN CROCODRILE GETS OUT OF EGG AT BIOLOGICAL RESERVE IN VENEZUELA.
A biologist holds up an egg with a minutes-old baby Orinoco Crocodiles
(Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio, in
Venezuela's western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May
22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and
two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a
program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's
largest predator, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva

JS
PXP15D
RTRO3RA
May 23, 2003
A five-meter long female Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius)
rests at the biological reserve...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
FIVE-METER LONG OLD FEMALE ORINOCO CROCODILE REST.
A five-meter long female Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius)
rests at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western
state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 23, 2003. More than
130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were
released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
PP03050102

JS
CROCODILES
RTXLZKT
May 22, 2003
A five-meter long female Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) rests at the biological reserve of...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
A five-meter long female Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) rests at the biological reserve .....
A five-meter long female Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) rests at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela's western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 23, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
CROCODILES
RTXLZKS
May 22, 2003
Biologist Hector Sanchez explains Orinoco Crocodile's (Crocodylus intermedius) to his students at the...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
Biologist Hector Sanchez explains Orinoco Crocodile's (Crocodylus intermedius) to his students at th.....
Biologist Hector Sanchez explains Orinoco Crocodile's (Crocodylus intermedius) to his students at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
CROCODILES
RTXLZKR
May 22, 2003
Boys look at Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) on a truck before setting them free at the...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
Boys look at Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) on a truck before setting them free at the.....
Boys look at Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) on a truck before setting them free at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela's western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
CROCODILES
RTXLZKQ
May 22, 2003
A man carries a taped Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
A man carries a taped Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato E.....
A man carries a taped Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela's western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
CROCODILES
RTXLZKP
May 22, 2003
A man carries a taped Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
A man carries a taped Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato E.....
A man carries a taped Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela's western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
CROCODILES
RTXLZKM
May 22, 2003
Baby Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) rest at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela's...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
Baby Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) rest at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in V.....
Baby Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) rest at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela's western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator, is one of ten most endangered species in the world. These new born crocodiles will be kept in captivity until next year when they will be set free.
CROCODILES
RTXLZKL
May 22, 2003
A biologist holds up one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reserve...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
A biologist holds up one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reser.....
A biologist holds up one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela's western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator, is one of ten most endangered species in the world. These new born crocodiles will be kept keep in captivity until next year when they will be set free.
RTROCZR
May 22, 2003
Men unload Orinoco Crocodiles from a truck at the biological
reservation of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s...
Venezuela
CROCODILES UNLOADED FROM TRUCK IN VENEZUELA.
Men unload Orinoco Crocodiles from a truck at the biological
reservation of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470
miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity
crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their
natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco
crocodile, one of South America's largest predators, is one of ten most
endangered species in the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva PP03050102

JS/ME
RTROCUX
May 22, 2003
Men unload Orinoco Crocodiles from a truck at the biological
reservation of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s...
Venezuela
CROCODILES UNLOADED FROM TRUCK IN VENEZUELA.
Men unload Orinoco Crocodiles from a truck at the biological
reservation of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470
miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity
crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their
natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco
crocodile, one of South America's largest predators, is one of ten most
endangered species in the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva PP03050102

JS/ME
VENEZUELA CROCODILES
RTRO85L
May 22, 2003
A biologist holds up an egg with as a Orinoco Crocodiles emerges (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
NEW BORN CROCODRILE GETS OUT OF EGG AT BIOLOGICAL RESERVE IN
VENEZUELA.
A biologist holds up an egg with as a Orinoco Crocodiles emerges (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s
western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than
130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were released
into their natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The
Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator, is one of ten most
endangered species in the world. PP03050102 REUTERS/Jorge Silva

JS
VENEZUELA CROCODRILES
RTRO7U9
May 22, 2003
A biologist holds up many one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
BIOLOGIST HOLDS NEW BORN ORINOCO CROCODILES IN APURE.
A biologist holds up many one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s
western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More
than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old
were released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. REUTERS/Jorge
Silva

JS
VENEZUELA CROCODILES
RTRO7L2
May 22, 2003
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the biological
reservation of Hato El Frio...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
AN ORINOCO CROCODILE SET FREE IN WESTERN VENEZUELA.
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the biological
reservation of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470 miles
away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles
between one and two years old were released into their natural environment
as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, one of South
America's largest predators, is one of ten most endangered species in the
world. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Jorge Silva

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VENEZUELA CROCODILES
RTRO7KU
May 22, 2003
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the biological
reservation of Hato El Frio...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
AN ORINOCO CROCODILE SET FREE IN WESTERN VENEZUELA.
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the biological
reservation of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470 miles
away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles
between one and two years old were released into their natural environment
as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, one of South
America's largest predators, is one of ten most endangered species in the
world. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Jorge Silva

JS
VENEZUELA CROCODILES
RTRO7K7
May 22, 2003
Men unload Orinoco Crocodiles from a truck at the biological reservation of
Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
CROCODILES UNLOADED FROM A TRUCK IN VENEZUELA.
Men unload Orinoco Crocodiles from a truck at the biological reservation of
Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470 miles away from
Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between
one and two years old were released into their natural environment as part
of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, one of South America's
largest predators, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
PP03050102 REUTERS/Jorge Silva

JS/ME
VENEZUELA CROCODILES
RTRO7K0
May 22, 2003
Men unload Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) from a truck at
the biological reservation of...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
MEN UNLOAD CROCODILES FROM A TRUCK IN VENEZUELA.
Men unload Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) from a truck at
the biological reservation of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state
of Apure, 470 miles from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130
born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were
released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, one of South America's largest
predators, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva

JS/ME
PXP07D
RTRO3SL
May 22, 2003
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the
biological reserve of Hato El Frio...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
AN ORINOCO CROCODILE IS SET FREE AT BIOLOGICAL RESERVE IN VENEZUELA.
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the
biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of
Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130
born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were
released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
PP03050102

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VENEZUELA
RTRO3SE
May 22, 2003
Biologists unload Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) from a
truck at the biological reserve...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
BIOLOGISTS UNLOAD ORINOCO CROCODILES FROM TRUCK.
Biologists unload Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) from a
truck at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western
state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than
130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were
released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
PP03050102

JS
VENEZUELA
RTRO3S4
May 22, 2003
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the
biological reserve of Hato El Frio...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
AN ORINOCO CROCODILE IS SET FREE AT BIOLOGICAL RESERVE IN VENEZUELA.
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the
biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of
Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130
born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were
released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
PP03050102

JS
VENEZUELA
RTRO3RY
May 22, 2003
A biologist holds up one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius)
at the biological reserve...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
BIOLOGIST HOLDS UP NEW BORN CROCODILES.
A biologist holds up one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius)
at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela's western state of
Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130
born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were released
into their natural environment as part of a programme to preserve them. The
Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator, is one of ten most
endangered species in the world. These new born crocodiles will be kept in
captivity until next year when they will be set free. Pictures of the month
May 2003 REUTERS/Jorge Silva PP03050102

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RTRO3RT
May 22, 2003
A biologist holds up an egg with as a Orinoco Crocodiles emerges
(Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological...
Venezuela
NEW BORN CROCODRILE HATCHING FROM EGG AT BIOLOGICAL RESERVE IN
VENEZUELA.
A biologist holds up an egg with as a Orinoco Crocodiles emerges
(Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in
Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May
22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and
two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a
program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's
largest predator, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva PP03050102

JS
VENEZUELA
RTRO3RN
May 22, 2003
A biologist holds up an egg as an Orinoco Crocodile emerges (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
BIOLOGIST HOLDS UP EGG AS CROCODILE EMERGES.
A biologist holds up an egg as an Orinoco Crocodile emerges (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s
western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More
than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old
were released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. This new born
crocodile will be kept in captivity until next year when it will be set
free. REUTERS/Jorge Silva PP03050102

JS
RTRO3RI
May 22, 2003
A biologist holds up an egg with as a Orinoco Crocodiles emerges
(Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological...
Venezuela
NEW BORN CROCODRILE HATCHING FROM EGG AT BIOLOGICAL RESERVE IN
VENEZUELA.
A biologist holds up an egg with as a Orinoco Crocodiles emerges
(Crocodylus intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in
Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May
22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and
two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a
program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's
largest predator, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva PP03050102

JS
PXP09D
RTRO3R2
May 22, 2003
A man carries a taped Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) at the
biological reserve of Hato El...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
A MAN CARRIES A TAPED CROCODILE BEFORE SET HIM FREE.
A man carries a taped Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) at the
biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of
Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130
born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were
released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
PP03050102

JS
PXP02D
RTRO3QX
May 22, 2003
A biologist holds up one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological reserve...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
BIOLOGIST HOLDS UP NEW BORN CROCODILES.
A biologist holds up one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s
western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More
than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old
were released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. These new born
crocodiles will be kept in captivity until next year when they will be
set free. REUTERS/Jorge Silva PP03050102

JS
PXP01D
RTRO3QR
May 22, 2003
A biologist holds up an egg as an Orinoco Crocodile emerges (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
BIOLOGIST HOLDS UP EGG AS CROCODILE EMERGES.
A biologist holds up an egg as an Orinoco Crocodile emerges (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s
western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More
than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old
were released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. This new born
crocodile will be kept in captivity until next year when it will be set
free. REUTERS/Jorge Silva PP03050102

JS
PXP11D
RTRO3QJ
May 22, 2003
Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) are set free at the
biological reserve of Hato El Frio in...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
ORINOCO CROCODILES ARE SET FREE AT BIOLOGICAL RESERVE IN VENEZUELA.
Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) are set free at the
biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of
Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130
born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were
released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
PP03050102

JS
PXP12D
RTRO3QC
May 22, 2003
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the
biological reserve of Hato El Frio...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
AN ORINOCO CROCODILE IS SET FREE AT BIOLOGICAL RESERVE IN VENEZUELA.
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the
biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of
Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130
born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were
released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
PP03050102

JS
PXP10D
RTRO3Q6
May 22, 2003
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the
biological reserve of Hato El Frio...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
AN ORINOCO CROCODILE IS SET FREE AT BIOLOGICAL RESERVE IN VENEZUELA.
An Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is set free at the
biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of
Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130
born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were
released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
PP03050102

JS
PXP08D
RTRO3PY
May 22, 2003
Tape is taken off the mouth of an Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus
intermedius) before putting him free...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
TAPE IS TAKEN OFF THE MOUTH OF AN ORINOCO CROCODILE.
Tape is taken off the mouth of an Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus
intermedius) before putting him free at the biological reserve of Hato
El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470 miles away from
Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles
between one and two years old were released into their natural
environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco
crocodile, South America's largest predator, is one of ten most
endangered species in the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva PP03050102

JS
PXP07D
RTRO3PP
May 22, 2003
Biologists unload Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) from a
truck at the biological reserve...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
BIOLOGISTS UNLOAD ORINOCO CROCODILES FROM TRUCK.
Biologists unload Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) from a
truck at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western
state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than
130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were
released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
PP03050102

JS
PXP06D
RTRO3PI
May 22, 2003
A biologist unloads Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) from a
truck at the biological reserve...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
BIOLOGIST UNLOADS ORINOCO CROCODILES FROM TRUCK.
A biologist unloads Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) from a
truck at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western
state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than
130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old were
released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
PP03050102

JS
PXP05D
RTRO3PC
May 22, 2003
A man holds up an Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) before
putting it free at the biological...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
MAN HOLDS UP CROCODILE BEFORE SETTING IT FREE.
A man holds up an Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) before
putting it free at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in
Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May
22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and
two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a
program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's
largest predator, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva PP03050102

JS
PXP04D
RTRO3P6
May 22, 2003
Baby Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) rest at the biological
reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
NEW BORN CROCODILES REST AT BIOLOGICAL RESERVE OF EL FRIO IN VENEZUELA.
Baby Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus intermedius) rest at the biological
reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470
miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity
crocodiles between one and two years old were released into their
natural environment as part of a program to preserve them. The Orinoco
crocodile, South America's largest predator, is one of ten most
endangered species in the world. These new born crocodiles will be kept
in captivity until next year when they will be set free. REUTERS/Jorge
Silva PP03050102

JS
PXP03D
RTRO3P1
May 22, 2003
A biologist holds up one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological reserve...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
BIOLOGIST HOLDS UP NEW BORN CROCODILES.
A biologist holds up one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s
western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More
than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old
were released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. These new born
crocodiles will be kept keep in captivity until next year when they
will be set free. REUTERS/Jorge Silva PP03050102

JS
PXP14D
RTRO3OR
May 22, 2003
Biologist Hector Sanchez explains Orinoco Crocodile`s (Crocodylus
intermedius) to his students at the...
Hato El Frio, Venezuela
BIOLOGIST EXPLAINS ABOUT ORINOCO CROCODILE`S CRANE.
Biologist Hector Sanchez explains Orinoco Crocodile`s (Crocodylus
intermedius) to his students at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio
in Venezuela`s western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May
22, 2003. More than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and
two years old were released into their natural environment as part of a
program to preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's
largest predator, is one of ten most endangered species in the world.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva PP03050102

JS
FEATURE
RTRPHOP
May 25, 1999
TO BE RELEASED WITH STORY BC-VENEZUELA-CROCODILES - An Orinoco crocodile basks in the sun in a swamp...
San Fernando De Apure, Venezuela
TO GO WITH STORY VENEZUELA CROCODILE.
TO BE RELEASED WITH STORY BC-VENEZUELA-CROCODILES - An Orinoco crocodile basks in the sun in a swamp in the Agropecuario Puerto Miranda crocodile breeding center. Hunted almost to extinction in the 1930's for their valuable skins, there remains less than 700 in the Orinoco River system of Venezuela and Colombia. About 1,000 juvenile crocodiles have been released into protected areas in Venezuela. Photo taken 14MAY99.

KW/WS
FEATURE
RTRPHOI
May 25, 1999
TO BE RELEASED WITH STORY BC-VENEZUELA-CROCODILES - Salvador Colvee, a biologist who specializes in reptiles,...
San Fernando De Apure, Venezuela
BIOLOGIST RELEASES AN ORINOCO CROCODILE.
TO BE RELEASED WITH STORY BC-VENEZUELA-CROCODILES - Salvador Colvee, a biologist who specializes in reptiles, sets free a one-year-old Orinoco crocodile that was raised in the Agropecuario Puerto Miranda crocodile breeding center. Hunted almost to extinction in the 1930's for their valuable skins, there remains less than 700 in the Orinoco River system of Venezuela and Colombia. About 1,000 juvenile crocodiles have been released into protected areas in Venezuela. Photo taken 14MAY99.

KW/SV/WS
CROCODILES
RTXJ07W
May 24, 1999
An Orinoco crocodile basks in the sun in a swamp in the Agropecuario Puerto Miranda crocodile breeding...
San Fernando De Apure, Venezuela
An Orinoco crocodile basks in the sun in a swamp in the Agropecuario Puerto Miranda crocodile breed.....
An Orinoco crocodile basks in the sun in a swamp in the Agropecuario Puerto Miranda crocodile breeding center. Hunted almost to extinction in the 1930's for their valuable skins, there remains less than 700 in the Orinoco River system of Venezuela and Colombia. About 1,000 juvenile crocodiles have been released into protected areas in Venezuela. Photo taken 14MAY99.
CROCODILES
RTXJ07U
May 24, 1999
Salvador Colvee, a biologist who specializes in reptiles, sets free a one-year-old Orinoco crocodile...
San Fernando De Apure, Venezuela
Salvador Colvee, a biologist who specializes in reptiles, sets free a one-year-old Orinoco crocodile.....
Salvador Colvee, a biologist who specializes in reptiles, sets free a one-year-old Orinoco crocodile that was raised in the Agropecuario Puerto Miranda crocodile breeding center. Hunted almost to extinction in the 1930's for their valuable skins, there remains less than 700 in the Orinoco River system of Venezuela and Colombia. About 1,000 juvenile crocodiles have been released into protected areas in Venezuela. Photo taken 14MAY99.
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