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AUSTRALIA/
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May 19, 2008
The shadow of a Kangaroo is cast on pen at a Department of Defence property in Belconnen, Canberra May...
Canberra, Australia
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE The shadow of a Kangaroo is cast on pen at a Department of Defence property in...
The shadow of a Kangaroo is cast on pen at a Department of Defence property in Belconnen, Canberra May 19, 2008. Australia's military began culling hundreds of kangaroos at the defence base on Friday, enraging animal rights activists who vowed to stop the killings. Authorities say the animals threaten other local species through overgrazing. REUTERS/Stefan Postles (AUSTRALIA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
AUSTRALIA-KANGAROOS/
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May 19, 2008
The shadow of a Kangaroo is cast on pen at a Department of Defence property in Belconnen, Canberra May...
Canberra, Australia
The shadow of a Kangaroo is cast on pen at a Department of Defence property in Belconnen
The shadow of a Kangaroo is cast on pen at a Department of Defence property in Belconnen, Canberra May 19, 2008. Australia's military began culling hundreds of kangaroos at the defence base on Friday, enraging animal rights activists who vowed to stop the killings. Authorities say the animals threaten other local species through overgrazing. REUTERS/Stefan Postles (AUSTRALIA)
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AUSTRALIA-KANGAROO/
RTX5TBL
May 17, 2008
Some of the kangaroos that are to be culled are seen on the Department of Defence property in Belconnen,...
Canberra, Australia
Some of the kangaroos that are to be culled are seen on the Department of Defence property in Belconnen,...
Some of the kangaroos that are to be culled are seen on the Department of Defence property in Belconnen, Canberra May 17, 2008. Authorities said kangaroos threatened other local species through overgrazing. The Australian government had withdrawn support for a plan to relocate the kangaroos because it would cost millions of dollars and was not considered an effective use of taxpayers' money, the department said. The kangaroos will be tranquilised with a dart gun then injected with the deadly chemical Lethabarb. REUTERS/Stefan Postles (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-KANGAROOS/
RTX5TBJ
May 17, 2008
The kangaroo killing pen cloaked by hessian, with freezers at the ready, is seen on the Department of...
Canberra, Australia
The kangaroo killing pen cloaked by hessian, with freezers at the ready, is seen on the Department of...
The kangaroo killing pen cloaked by hessian, with freezers at the ready, is seen on the Department of Defence property in Belconnen, Canberra May 17, 2008. Authorities said kangaroos threatened other local species through overgrazing. The Australian government had withdrawn support for a plan to relocate the animals because it would cost millions of dollars and was not considered an effective use of taxpayers' money, the department said. The kangaroos will be tranquilised with a dart gun then injected with the deadly chemical Lethabarb. REUTERS/Stefan Postles (AUSTRALIA)
USA-CHINA/PAULSON
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July 30, 2007
U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson (R) is briefed on advancing desert sand dunes caused by overgrazing...
Qinghai Lake, China
U.S. Treasury Secretary Paulson is briefed on advancing desert sand dunes caused by overgrazing and topsoil...
U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson (R) is briefed on advancing desert sand dunes caused by overgrazing and topsoil erosion at Qinghai Lake in western China July 30, 2007. Paulson stopped at the lake, threatened by global warming, to highlight China's environmental challenges, before visits in Beijing with top government officials. REUTERS/David Lawder (CHINA)
USA-CHINA/PAULSON
RTR1SDXS
July 30, 2007
U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson (R) is briefed on advancing desert sand dunes caused by overgrazing...
Qinghai Lake, China
U.S. Treasury Secretary Paulson is briefed on advancing desert sand dunes caused by overgrazing and topsoil...
U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson (R) is briefed on advancing desert sand dunes caused by overgrazing and topsoil erosion at Qinghai Lake in western China July 30, 2007. Paulson stopped at the lake, threatened by global warming, to highlight China's environmental challenges, before visits in Beijing with top government officials. REUTERS/David Lawder (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1PD03
May 05, 2007
A labourers drives a train at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province...
Lake Qinghai, China
A labourers drives a train at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province...
A labourers drives a train at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province May 5, 2007. Chaka Lake, holy to ethnic Tibetans, is shrinking, hit by decreased rainfall and desertification partly caused by overgrazing. REUTERS/Simon Zo (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1PD02
May 05, 2007
Labourers ride on a train at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province...
Lake Qinghai, China
Labourers ride on a train at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province
Labourers ride on a train at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province May 5, 2007. Chaka Lake, holy to ethnic Tibetans, is shrinking, hit by decreased rainfall and desertification partly caused by overgrazing. REUTERS/Simon Zo (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1PCZU
May 05, 2007
A labourer works at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province May 5, 2007....
Lake Qinghai, China
A labourer works at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province
A labourer works at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province May 5, 2007. Chaka Lake, holy to ethnic Tibetans, is shrinking, hit by decreased rainfall and desertification partly caused by overgrazing. REUTERS/Simon Zo (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1PCWS
May 05, 2007
A boy climbs up a salt storage of a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province...
Lake Qinghai, China
A boy climbs up a salt storage of a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province...
A boy climbs up a salt storage of a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province May 5, 2007. Chaka Lake, holy to ethnic Tibetans, is shrinking, hit by decreased rainfall and desertification partly caused by overgrazing. REUTERS/Simon Zo (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1PCWR
May 05, 2007
A labourer works at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province May 5, 2007....
Lake Qinghai, China
A labourer works at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province
A labourer works at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province May 5, 2007. Chaka Lake, holy to ethnic Tibetans, is shrinking, hit by decreased rainfall and desertification partly caused by overgrazing. REUTERS/Simon Zo (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1PCWQ
May 05, 2007
A labourer works at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province May 5, 2007....
Lake Qinghai, China
A labourer works at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province
A labourer works at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province May 5, 2007. Chaka Lake, holy to ethnic Tibetans, is shrinking, hit by decreased rainfall and desertification partly caused by overgrazing. REUTERS/Simon Zo (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1PCWO
May 05, 2007
A labourer works at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province May 5, 2007....
Lake Qinghai, China
A labourer works at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province
A labourer works at a salt producing factory at Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province May 5, 2007. Chaka Lake, holy to ethnic Tibetans, is shrinking, hit by decreased rainfall and desertification partly caused by overgrazing. REUTERS/Simon Zo (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1PCWN
May 05, 2007
A train transporting salt from a salt producing factory passes Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province...
None, China
A train transporting salt from a salt producing factory passes Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province...
A train transporting salt from a salt producing factory passes Chaka Lake in west China's Qinghai province May 5, 2007. Chaka Lake, holy to ethnic Tibetans, is shrinking, hit by decreased rainfall and desertification partly caused by overgrazing. REUTERS/Simon Zo (CHINA)
ENVIRONMENT CHINA LAKE
RTR1DHE5
May 18, 2006
Tourist boats are seen on Lake Qinghai in west China's Qinghai province May 1, 2006. Lake Qinghai, holy...
QINGHAI, China
To match feature ENVIRONMENT CHINA LAKE
Tourist boats are seen on Lake Qinghai in west China's Qinghai province May 1, 2006. Lake Qinghai, holy to ethnic Tibetans, is shrinking, hit by decreased rainfall and desertification partly caused by overgrazing. Picture taken May 1, 2006. To match feature ENVIRONMENT-CHINA-LAKE. REUTERS/Ben Blanchard
PENGUINS
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September 27, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 09SEP05- A colony of gentoo penguins rest on a minefield at Kidney Cove, at stretch of beach...
Kidney Cove, Falklands Islands
-PHOTO TAKEN 09SEP05- A colony of gentoo penguins rest on a minefield at Kidney Cove, at stretch of .....
-PHOTO TAKEN 09SEP05- A colony of gentoo penguins rest on a minefield at Kidney Cove, at stretch of beach across the Falklands Islands' capital Stanley September 9, 2005. Some of 25,000 land mines were laid on the islands mostly by Argentine forces in the 1982 war with Britain. Falklands wildlife chooses to nest and rest in these protected minefields, previously trampled by people or overgrazed by sheep. It is the bright side of a land mine problem that is likely to remain, de-mining is difficult, if not impossible, in the peaty soils and shifting sands of this South Atlantic archipielago renowned for its wildlife. Picture taken September 9, 2005.
FALKLANDS MINES
RTRPL52
September 09, 2005
A colony of gentoo penguins rest on a minefield at Kidney Cove, at stretch of beach across the Falklands...
Kidney Cove, Falkland Islands
To match feature Falklands-Mines
A colony of gentoo penguins rest on a minefield at Kidney Cove, at stretch of beach across the Falklands Islands' capital Stanley September 9, 2005. Some of 25,000 land mines were laid on the islands mostly by Argentine forces in the 1982 war with Britain. Falklands wildlife chooses to nest and rest in these protected minefields, previously trampled by people or overgrazed by sheep. It is the bright side of a land mine problem that is likely to remain, de-mining is difficult, if not impossible, in the peaty soils and shifting sands of this South Atlantic archipielago renowned for its wildlife. Picture taken September 9, 2005. To match feature Falklands-Mines. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
FALKLANDS MINES
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September 09, 2005
A colony of gentoo penguins rest on a minefield at Kidney Cove, at stretch of beach across the Falklands...
Kidney Cove, Falkland Islands
To match story Falklands-Mines
A colony of gentoo penguins rest on a minefield at Kidney Cove, at stretch of beach across the Falklands Islands' capital Stanley, September 9, 2005. Some of 25,000 land mines were laid on the islands mostly by Argentine forces in the 1982 war with Britain. Falklands wildlife chooses to nest and rest in these protected minefields, previously trampled by people or overgrazed by sheep. It is the bright side of a land mine problem that is likely to remain, de-mining is difficult, if not impossible, in the peaty soils and shifting sands of this South Atlantic archipielago renowned for its wildlife. Picture taken September 9, 2005. To match story Falklands-Mines. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
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