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POLAND/
RTR1SA9E
July 26, 2007
People canoe in kayaks through the Rospuda nature reserve near Augustow, north-eastern Poland July 26,...
ROSPUDA, Poland
People canoe in kayaks through the Rospuda nature reserve near Augustow
People canoe in kayaks through the Rospuda nature reserve near Augustow, north-eastern Poland July 26, 2007. Poland may face a European court move if it restarts construction of a road in the environmentally protected Rospuda nature reserve. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1SA9C
July 26, 2007
People canoe in kayaks through the Rospuda nature reserve near Augustow, north-eastern Poland July 26,...
ROSPUDA, Poland
People canoe in kayaks through the Rospuda nature reserve near Augustow
People canoe in kayaks through the Rospuda nature reserve near Augustow, north-eastern Poland July 26, 2007. Poland may face a European court move if it restarts construction of a road in the environmentally protected Rospuda nature reserve. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1SA92
July 26, 2007
People canoe in kayaks down the Rospuda nature reserve near Augustow, north-eastern Poland July 26, 2007....
ROSPUDA, Poland
People canoe in kayaks down the Rospuda nature reserve near Augustow
People canoe in kayaks down the Rospuda nature reserve near Augustow, north-eastern Poland July 26, 2007. Poland may face a European court move if it restarts construction of a road in the environmentally protected Rospuda nature reserve. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
ENVIRONMENT AUSTRALIA TOADS
RTRJNDE
May 11, 2005
Graeme Sawyer, founder of the Northern Territory group known as Frog Watch, holds a cane toad after he...
Darwin, Australia
File photo of Frog Watch founder Sawyer holding a cane toad in the south of Darwin.
Graeme Sawyer, founder of the Northern Territory group known as Frog Watch, holds a cane toad after he removed it from his trap at a billabong located 120 km (75 miles) south of Darwin in this May 11, 2005 file photo. Australian scientists were given A$3.6 million ($2.7 million) on August 5, 2005 to try and find a biological way to combat the rising population of poisonous cane toads.The pests have spread across northern Australia since 100 cane toads were imported from Hawaii in 1935 in a bid to combat greyback beetles, which were threatening the country's sugar cane fields. REUTERS/David Gray/Files DG/DH
AUSTRALIA
RTRAQZA
May 11, 2005
Sawyer, founder of the Northern Territory group known as Frog Watch, refills a bottle of water in a billabong...
Darwin, Australia
Sawyer, founder of the Northern Territory group known as Frog Watch, refills a bottle of water in ......
Sawyer, founder of the Northern Territory group known as Frog Watch, refills a bottle of water in a billabong south of Darwin. Graeme Sawyer, founder of the Northern Territory group known as Frog Watch, refills a bottle of water that is part of his Cane Toad trap in a billabong located 120 km (75 miles) south of Darwin May 11, 2005. Sawyer and his group have laid traps in an attempt to reduce the rapid spread of the cane toad that was introduced in the late 1930's into about 11 sugar growing locations in northern and central coastal Queensland in an attempt to control Frenchi and Greyback beetles, which proved ineffective. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA
RTRAQYF
May 11, 2005
Graeme Sawyer, founder of the Northern Territory group known as Frog Watch, holds a cane toad at a billabong...
Darwin, Australia
Graeme Sawyer, founder of the Northern Territory group known as Frog Watch, holds a cane toad at ...
Graeme Sawyer, founder of the Northern Territory group known as Frog Watch, holds a cane toad at a billabong south of Darwin. Graeme Sawyer, founder of the Northern Territory group known as Frog Watch, holds a cane toad after he removed it from his trap at a billabong located 120 km (75 miles) south of Darwin May 11, 2005. Sawyer and his group have laid traps in an attempt to reduce the rapid spread of the cane toad that was introduced in the late 1930's into about 11 sugar growing locations in northern and central coastal Queensland in an attempt to control Frenchi and Greyback beetles, which proved ineffective. REUTERS/David Gray
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