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Animals 
French beekeeper on mission to save pollinators 
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SINGAPORE-AGRICULTURE/
RTX6X495 
May 30, 2019 
An employee pollinates a strawberry plant at Sustenir Agriculture's indoor farm in Singapore May 24,... 
Singapore, Singapore 
An employee pollinates a strawberry plant at Sustenir Agriculture's indoor farm in Singapore 
An employee pollinates a strawberry plant at Sustenir Agriculture's indoor farm in Singapore May 24, 2019. Picture taken May 24, 2019. REUTERS/Edgar Su 
SINGAPORE-AGRICULTURE/
RTX6X493 
May 30, 2019 
An employee pollinates strawberry plants at Sustenir Agriculture's indoor farm in Singapore May 24, 2019.... 
Singapore, Singapore 
An employee pollinates strawberry plants at Sustenir Agriculture's indoor farm in Singapore 
An employee pollinates strawberry plants at Sustenir Agriculture's indoor farm in Singapore May 24, 2019. Picture taken May 24, 2019. REUTERS/Edgar Su 
PORTUGAL-LAKE/BUSINESS
RTS1ZCHK 
August 30, 2018 
Beekeeper Helder Martins looks at a hive on a farm where his bees pollinate the trees near Pias, Portugal,... 
PIAS, Portugal 
The Wider Image: Portugal seduces parched investors with water 
Beekeeper Helder Martins looks at a hive on a farm where his bees pollinate the trees near Pias, Portugal, August 10, 2018. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante SEARCH "MARCHANTE ALQUEVA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
SYNGENTA-SEEDS/
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July 05, 2018 
White anthers show a greenhouse-grown hybrid wheat plant self-pollinating at the bio-technology company... 
JUNCTION CITY, UNITED STATES 
A greenhouse-grown hybrid wheat plant self-pollinates at the bio-technology company Syngenta's research... 
White anthers show a greenhouse-grown hybrid wheat plant self-pollinating at the bio-technology company Syngenta's research farm near Junction City, Kansas, U.S. May 4, 2017. REUTERS/Dave Kaup 
SYNGENTA-SEEDS/
RTS1VEBT 
July 05, 2018 
A pollinated hybrid wheat plant matures at the bio-technology company Syngenta's research farm near Junction... 
JUNCTION CITY, UNITED STATES 
A pollinated hybrid wheat plant matures at the bio-technology company Syngenta's research farm near Junction... 
A pollinated hybrid wheat plant matures at the bio-technology company Syngenta's research farm near Junction City, Kansas, U.S. May 4, 2017. REUTERS/Dave Kaup 
SYNGENTA-SEEDS/
RTS1VEAW 
July 05, 2018 
A female greenhouse-grown hybrid wheat plant is developing the white anthers used to self-pollinate at... 
JUNCTION CITY, UNITED STATES 
Greenhouse-grown hybrid wheat at the bio-technology company Syngenta's research farm near Junction City... 
A female greenhouse-grown hybrid wheat plant is developing the white anthers used to self-pollinate at the bio-technology company Syngenta's research farm near Junction City, Kansas, U.S. May 4, 2017. REUTERS/Dave Kaup 
TEXAS-WHISKEY/
RTX69IZF 
June 17, 2018 
A Ph.D. candidate at Texas A&M University covers the shoot of a of corn plant so pollination can be controlled... 
College Station, UNITED STATES 
A woman covers the shoot of a of corn plant so pollination can be controlled in a corn research field... 
A Ph.D. candidate at Texas A&M University covers the shoot of a of corn plant so pollination can be controlled by hand in a corn research field in College Station, Texas, U.S., May 23, 2018. Picture taken on May 23, 2018. REUTERS/Adrees Latif 
TEXAS-WHISKEY/
RTX69IZ9 
June 17, 2018 
Ph.D. candidates at Texas A&M University cover the shoots of corn plants, so pollination can be controlled,... 
College Station, UNITED STATES 
Women cover shoots of corn plants in a research field in College Station, Texas 
Ph.D. candidates at Texas A&M University cover the shoots of corn plants, so pollination can be controlled, in a research field in College Station, Texas, U.S., May 23, 2018. Picture taken on May 23, 2018. REUTERS/Adrees Latif 
AUSTRIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX5N732 
April 12, 2018 
A bee collects pollen from blossoms in a public garden in Vienna, Austria, April 12, 2018. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter... 
Vienna, Austria 
A bee collects pollen from blossoms in a public garden in Vienna 
A bee collects pollen from blossoms in a public garden in Vienna, Austria, April 12, 2018. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader 
AUSTRIA-ENVIRONMENT/
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April 12, 2018 
A bee collects pollen from blossoms in a public garden in Vienna, Austria, April 12, 2018. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter... 
Vienna, Austria 
A bee collects pollen from blossoms in a public garden in Vienna 
A bee collects pollen from blossoms in a public garden in Vienna, Austria, April 12, 2018. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader 
BRITAIN-SOCIETY/
RTS3R9T 
October 09, 2015 
Ugandan former child soldier and survivor Polline Akello speaks at the Women in the World summit in London,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Ugandan former child soldier and survivor Polline Akello speaks at the Women in the World summit in London... 
Ugandan former child soldier and survivor Polline Akello speaks at the Women in the World summit in London, Britain, October 9, 2015. REUTERS/Toby Melville 
SWITZERLAND-ENVIRONMENT/
RTR486SE 
September 29, 2014 
Visitors look at a blooming Titan Arum (Amorphophallus titanum), one of the world's largest and rare... 
Basel, Switzerland 
Visitors look at a Titan Arum flower at Basel's Botanical Garden 
Visitors look at a blooming Titan Arum (Amorphophallus titanum), one of the world's largest and rare tropical flowering plants, at Basel's Botanical Garden September 29, 2014. The flower, which emits strong odour likened to rotting meat, which gives it it's common name 'corpse flower', wilts and dies after two days. Both the 'fragance' and the flower's meat-colouration attract pollinators - carrion flies and beetles. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND-ENVIRONMENT/
RTR486QF 
September 29, 2014 
Visitors look at a blooming Titan Arum (Amorphophallus titanum), one of the world's largest and rare... 
Basel, Switzerland 
Visitors look at a Titan Arum flower at Basel's Botanical Garden 
Visitors look at a blooming Titan Arum (Amorphophallus titanum), one of the world's largest and rare tropical flowering plants, at Basel's Botanical Garden September 29, 2014. The flower, which emits strong odour likened to rotting meat, which gives it it's common name 'corpse flower', wilts and dies after two days. Both the 'fragance' and the flower's meat-colouration attract pollinators - carrion flies and beetles. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND-ENVIRONMENT/
RTR486QC 
September 29, 2014 
Visitors look at a blooming Titan Arum (Amorphophallus titanum), one of the world's largest and rare... 
Basel, Switzerland 
Visitors look at a Titan Arum flower at Basel's Botanical Garden 
Visitors look at a blooming Titan Arum (Amorphophallus titanum), one of the world's largest and rare tropical flowering plants, at Basel's Botanical Garden September 29, 2014. The flower, which emits strong odour likened to rotting meat, which gives it it's common name 'corpse flower', wilts and dies after two days. Both the 'fragance' and the flower's meat-colouration attract pollinators - carrion flies and beetles. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND-ENVIRONMENT/
RTR486Q9 
September 29, 2014 
Visitors look at a blooming Titan Arum (Amorphophallus titanum), one of the world's largest and rare... 
Basel, Switzerland 
Visitors look at a Titan Arum flower at Basel's Botanical Garden 
Visitors look at a blooming Titan Arum (Amorphophallus titanum), one of the world's largest and rare tropical flowering plants, at Basel's Botanical Garden September 29, 2014. The flower, which emits strong odour likened to rotting meat, which gives it it's common name 'corpse flower', wilts and dies after two days. Both the 'fragance' and the flower's meat-colouration attract pollinators - carrion flies and beetles. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND-ENVIRONMENT/
RTR486Q2 
September 29, 2014 
Visitors look at a blooming Titan Arum (Amorphophallus titanum), one of the world's largest and rare... 
Basel, Switzerland 
Visitors look at a Titan Arum flower at Basel's Botanical Garden 
Visitors look at a blooming Titan Arum (Amorphophallus titanum), one of the world's largest and rare tropical flowering plants, at Basel's Botanical Garden September 29, 2014. The flower, which emits strong odour likened to rotting meat, which gives it it's common name 'corpse flower', wilts and dies after two days. Both the 'fragance' and the flower's meat-colouration attract pollinators - carrion flies and beetles. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
USA-AGRICULTURE/HONEYBEES
RTR3YEA0 
July 13, 2014 
Robert Harvey, a beekeeper, or apiarist, secures a cover over bee hives stacked on a truck as he prepares... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Robert Harvey, a beekeeper, or apiarist, secures a cover over bee hives stacked on a truck as he prepares... 
Robert Harvey, a beekeeper, or apiarist, secures a cover over bee hives stacked on a truck as he prepares to transfer the bees to another crop after they completed pollinating a blueberry field near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE BUSINESS) 
USA-AGRICULTURE/HONEYBEES
RTR3YE9Z 
July 13, 2014 
David Hackenberg, 65, a beekeeper or apiarist, puts on a bee suite after taking a break between collecting... 
JONESBORO, UNITED STATES 
David Hackenberg, 65, a beekeeper or apiarist, puts on a bee suite after taking a break between collecting... 
David Hackenberg, 65, a beekeeper or apiarist, puts on a bee suite after taking a break between collecting bee hives after they completed pollinating a blueberry field near Jonesboro, Maine June 24, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 24, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE) 
USA-AGRICULTURE/HONEYBEES
RTR3YE9T 
July 13, 2014 
A man is lowered with the help of a loader after securing a cover over bee hives stacked on a truck as... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
A man is lowered with the help of a loader after securing a cover over bee hives stacked on a truck as... 
A man is lowered with the help of a loader after securing a cover over bee hives stacked on a truck as beekeepers prepare to transfer the bees to another crop after they completed pollinating a blueberry field near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE BUSINESS) 
USA-AGRICULTURE/HONEYBEES
RTR3YE9D 
July 13, 2014 
Beekeepers secure a cover over bee hives stacked on a truck as they prepare to transfer the bees to another... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Beekeepers secure a cover over bee hives stacked upon a truck as they prepare to transfer the bees to... 
Beekeepers secure a cover over bee hives stacked on a truck as they prepare to transfer the bees to another crop after they completed pollinating a blueberry field near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE BUSINESS) 
USA-AGRICULTURE/BEES
RTR3YE9B 
July 13, 2014 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey looks at blueberry blossoms which his Italian honey bee colonies were pollinating... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey looks at blueberry blossoms which his Italian honey bee colonies were pollinating... 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey looks at blueberry blossoms which his Italian honey bee colonies were pollinating near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the U.S. as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) 
USA-AGRICULTURE/BEES
RTR3YE96 
July 13, 2014 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey releases a barricade as he works to transfer Italian honey bee colonies pollinating... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey releases a barricade as he works to transfer Italian honey bee colonies pollinating... 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey releases a barricade as he works to transfer Italian honey bee colonies pollinating a blueberry field near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the U.S. as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) 
USA-AGRICULTURE/BEES
RTR3XZYW 
July 10, 2014 
Beekeepers, or apiarists, secure a cover over bee hives stacked upon a truck as they prepare to transfer... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Beekeepers, or apiarists, secure a cover over bee hives stacked upon a truck as they prepare to transfer... 
Beekeepers, or apiarists, secure a cover over bee hives stacked upon a truck as they prepare to transfer the bees to another crop after they completed pollinating a blueberry field near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE)

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RTR3XZYU 
July 10, 2014 
David Hackenberg, 65, a beekeeper or apiarist, secures bee hives stacked upon the back of a truck as... 
JONESBORO, UNITED STATES 
Beekeeper David Hackenberg secures bee hives stacked upon the back of a truck as he prepares to transfer... 
David Hackenberg, 65, a beekeeper or apiarist, secures bee hives stacked upon the back of a truck as he prepares to transfer the bees to another crop after they completed pollinating a blueberry field near Jonesboro, Maine June 24, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 24, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE)

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RTR3XZYS 
July 10, 2014 
Beekeeper, or apiarist, David Hackenberg, 65, rests by the side of his truck at the end of the evening... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Beekeeper David Hackenberg rests by the side of his truck after transferring bee hives from a blueberry... 
Beekeeper, or apiarist, David Hackenberg, 65, rests by the side of his truck at the end of the evening after transferring bee hives from a blueberry field near Columbia Falls, Maine June 22, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 22, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE)

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July 10, 2014 
Beekeepers secure a cover over bee hives stacked on a truck as they prepare to transfer the bees to another... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Beekeepers secure a cover over bee hives stacked upon a truck as they prepare to transfer the bees to... 
Beekeepers secure a cover over bee hives stacked on a truck as they prepare to transfer the bees to another crop after they completed pollinating a blueberry field near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)

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RTR3XZYN 
July 10, 2014 
A colony of Italian worker bees congregate outside their hive while pollinating a blueberry field near... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Colony of Italian worker bees congregate outside their hive while pollinating a blueberry field near... 
A colony of Italian worker bees congregate outside their hive while pollinating a blueberry field near Columbia Falls, Maine June 22, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 22, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE)

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July 10, 2014 
A beekeeper uses a lift to stack beehives onto a truck before transferring the bees to another crop after... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Beekeeper uses a lift to stack beehives onto a truck before transferring the bees to another crop after... 
A beekeeper uses a lift to stack beehives onto a truck before transferring the bees to another crop after they pollinated a blueberry field near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE)

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July 10, 2014 
Beekeepers use a bee smoker to calm bee colonies before transferring them to another crop after pollinating... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Beekeepers use a bee smoker to calm bee colonies before transferring them to another crop after pollinating... 
Beekeepers use a bee smoker to calm bee colonies before transferring them to another crop after pollinating a blueberry field near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE)

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July 10, 2014 
Beekeepers are seen atop a truck as they secure a cover over bee hives before transferring the bees to... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Beekeepers are seen atop a truck as they secure a cover over bee hives before transferring the bees to... 
Beekeepers are seen atop a truck as they secure a cover over bee hives before transferring the bees to another crop after they completed pollinating a blueberry field near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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July 10, 2014 
Italian honey bees hover around the suit of beekeeper Robert Harvey as he transfers bee colonies from... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Italian honey bees hover around the suit of beekeeper Robert Harvey as he transfers bee colonies from... 
Italian honey bees hover around the suit of beekeeper Robert Harvey as he transfers bee colonies from a blueberry field near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE)

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July 10, 2014 
Beekeepers use a bee smoker to calm colonies before transferring them to another crop after pollinating... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Beekeepers use a bee smoker to calm colonies before transferring them to another crop near Columbia Falls,... 
Beekeepers use a bee smoker to calm colonies before transferring them to another crop after pollinating a blueberry field near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE)

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July 10, 2014 
A honey bee, which beekeepers said was an Italian honey bee mixed with an Africanized honey bee, flies... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Honey bee flies near the headlamp of a truck transferring bee colonies in Columbia Falls, Maine 
A honey bee, which beekeepers said was an Italian honey bee mixed with an Africanized honey bee, flies near the headlamp of a truck transferring bee colonies to pollinate crops in Columbia Falls, Maine June 22, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 22, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE)

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July 10, 2014 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey transfers Italian honey bee colonies pollinating a blueberry field near Columbia... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey transfers Italian honey bee colonies pollinating a blueberry field near Columbia... 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey transfers Italian honey bee colonies pollinating a blueberry field near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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USA-AGRICULTURE/HONEYBEES
RTR3XZY3 
July 10, 2014 
A beekeeper, or apiarist, moves beehives onto a truck to be transferred to another crop after they completed... 
JONESBORO, UNITED STATES 
Beekeeper, or apiarist, moves beehives onto a truck to be transferred to another crop after they completed... 
A beekeeper, or apiarist, moves beehives onto a truck to be transferred to another crop after they completed pollinating a blueberry field near Jonesboro, Maine, June 24, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the U.S. as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 24, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)

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RTR3XZY1 
July 10, 2014 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey transfers Italian honey bee colonies from a blueberry field to pollinate crops... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey transfers Italian honey bee colonies from a blueberry field to pollinate crops... 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey transfers Italian honey bee colonies from a blueberry field to pollinate crops in different fields near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the U.S. as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY AGRICULTURE)

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RTR3XZXZ 
July 10, 2014 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey transfers Italian honey bee colonies that were pollinating a blueberry field... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey transfers Italian honey bee colonies that were pollinating a blueberry field... 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey transfers Italian honey bee colonies that were pollinating a blueberry field to another crop near Columbia Falls, Maine June 22, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the United States as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 22, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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RTR3XZXV 
July 10, 2014 
Robert Harvey, a beekeeper or apiarist, is illuminated by lights from machinery as he transfers Italian... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Beekeeper Harvey is illuminated by lights from machinery as he transfers Italian honey bee colonies to... 
Robert Harvey, a beekeeper or apiarist, is illuminated by lights from machinery as he transfers Italian honey bee colonies to fields of crops for pollination, near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the U.S. as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)

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July 10, 2014 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey crosses over a barricade as he works to transfer Italian honey bee colonies pollinating... 
Columbia Falls, UNITED STATES 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey crosses over a barricade as he works to transfer Italian honey bee colonies pollinating... 
Beekeeper Robert Harvey crosses over a barricade as he works to transfer Italian honey bee colonies pollinating a blueberry field near Columbia Falls, Maine June 23, 2014. Over recent years, bees have been dying at a rate the U.S. government says is economically unsustainable. Honey bees pollinate plants that produce about a quarter of the food consumed by Americans, including apples, watermelons and beans. A lawsuit has now been filed by environmental groups in the United States seeking an injunction restricting the approval of a controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or 'neonics'. These pesticides have become a subject of scrutiny in Europe and the U.S. as concern has mounted that they harm honeybees and other pollinators. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY AGRICULTURE)

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March 20, 2014 
A butterfly takes off in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles, California... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
A butterfly takes off in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles 
A butterfly takes off in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles, California March 20, 2014. Spring officially began on Thursday in the northern hemisphere, and is known as both the spring or vernal equinox. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS) 
USA/
RTR3HYJY 
March 20, 2014 
Fifteen-month-old Amelia Tompkins plays in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Fifteen-month-old Amelia Tompkins plays in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los... 
Fifteen-month-old Amelia Tompkins plays in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles, California March 20, 2014. Spring officially began on Thursday in the northern hemisphere, and is known as both the spring or vernal equinox. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT) 
USA/
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March 20, 2014 
Fifteen-month-old Amelia Tompkins plays in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Fifteen-month-old Amelia Tompkins plays in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los... 
Fifteen-month-old Amelia Tompkins plays in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles, California March 20, 2014. Spring officially began on Thursday in the northern hemisphere, and is known as both the spring or vernal equinox. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT) 
USA/
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March 20, 2014 
A girl walks in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles, California March... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
A girl walks in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles 
A girl walks in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles, California March 20, 2014. Spring officially began on Thursday in the northern hemisphere, and is known as both the spring or vernal equinox. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT) 
USA/
RTR3HYJG 
March 20, 2014 
Children play in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles, California March... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Children play in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles 
Children play in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles, California March 20, 2014. Spring officially began on Thursday in the northern hemisphere, and is known as both the spring or vernal equinox. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT) 
USA/
RTR3HYJE 
March 20, 2014 
A boy plays in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles, California March 20,... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
A boy plays in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles 
A boy plays in the Pollinator Garden at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles, California March 20, 2014. Spring officially began on Thursday in the northern hemisphere, and is known as both the spring or vernal equinox. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT) 
BRITAIN-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTX11RQ5 
July 19, 2013 
A pair of flip-flops printed with the Union flag sit on an urban beach during hot weather in Nottingham,... 
Nottingham, United Kingdom 
A pair of flip-flops printed with the Union flag sit on an urban beach during hot weather in Nottingham... 
A pair of flip-flops printed with the Union flag sit on an urban beach during hot weather in Nottingham, central England, July 19, 2013. Britain's first prolonged heatwave in seven years has taken the country by surprise, with rails buckling, shops selling out of electric fans, and scientists estimating the surge in temperature could have caused hundreds of premature deaths. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) 
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May 20, 2013 
A Papaver commutatum 'Ladybird' plant is seen during media day at the Chelsea Flower Show in London May... 
London, United Kingdom 
A Papaver commutatum 'ladybird' plant is seen during media day at the Chelsea Flower Show in London 
A Papaver commutatum 'Ladybird' plant is seen during media day at the Chelsea Flower Show in London May 20, 2013. The annual show opens to the public on Tuesday. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
EU-PESTICIDES/
RTXZ3DX 
April 29, 2013 
A bee is covered with pollen as it approaches a dandelion blossom on a lawn in Klosterneuburg April 29,... 
Vienna, Austria 
A bee is covered with pollen as it approaches a dandelion blossom on a lawn in Klosterneuburg 
A bee is covered with pollen as it approaches a dandelion blossom on a lawn in Klosterneuburg April 29, 2013. The European Commission said on Monday it would go ahead and impose a temporary ban on three of the world's most widely used pesticides because of fears they harm bees, despite EU governments failing to agree on the issue. In a vote on Monday, EU officials could not decide whether to impose a two-year ban - with some exceptions - on a class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, produced mainly by Germany's Bayer and Switzerland's Syngenta. The Commission proposed the ban in January after EU scientists said the chemicals posed an acute risk to honeybees, which pollinate many of the crops grown commercially in Europe. RREUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT) 
US-EU-PESTICIDES/
RTXZ3DT 
April 29, 2013 
A bee collects pollen from a dandelion blossom on a lawn in Klosterneuburg April 29, 2013. The European... 
Vienna, Austria 
A bee collects pollen from a dandelion blossom on a lawn in Klosterneuburg 
A bee collects pollen from a dandelion blossom on a lawn in Klosterneuburg April 29, 2013. The European Commission said on Monday it would go ahead and impose a temporary ban on three of the world's most widely used pesticides because of fears they harm bees, despite EU governments failing to agree on the issue. In a vote on Monday, EU officials could not decide whether to impose a two-year ban - with some exceptions - on a class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, produced mainly by Germany's Bayer and Switzerland's Syngenta. The Commission proposed the ban in January after EU scientists said the chemicals posed an acute risk to honeybees, which pollinate many of the crops grown commercially in Europe. R REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT) 
EU-PESTICIDES/
RTXZ3DS 
April 29, 2013 
A bee is covered with pollen as it approaches a dandelion blossom on a lawn in Klosterneuburg April 29,... 
Vienna, Austria 
A bee is covered with pollen as it approaches a dandelion blossom on a lawn in Klosterneuburg 
A bee is covered with pollen as it approaches a dandelion blossom on a lawn in Klosterneuburg April 29, 2013. The European Commission said on Monday it would go ahead and impose a temporary ban on three of the world's most widely used pesticides because of fears they harm bees, despite EU governments failing to agree on the issue. In a vote on Monday, EU officials could not decide whether to impose a two-year ban - with some exceptions - on a class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, produced mainly by Germany's Bayer and Switzerland's Syngenta. The Commission proposed the ban in January after EU scientists said the chemicals posed an acute risk to honeybees, which pollinate many of the crops grown commercially in Europe. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT) 
EU-PESTICIDES/
RTXZ3DM 
April 29, 2013 
A bee is covered with pollen as it sits on a blade of grass on a lawn in Klosterneuburg April 29, 2013.... 
Vienna, Austria 
A bee is covered with pollen as it sits on a blade of grass at a lawn in Klosterneubur 
A bee is covered with pollen as it sits on a blade of grass on a lawn in Klosterneuburg April 29, 2013. The European Commission said on Monday it would go ahead and impose a temporary ban on three of the world's most widely used pesticides because of fears they harm bees, despite EU governments failing to agree on the issue. In a vote on Monday, EU officials could not decide whether to impose a two-year ban - with some exceptions - on a class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, produced mainly by Germany's Bayer and Switzerland's Syngenta. The Commission proposed the ban in January after EU scientists said the chemicals posed an acute risk to honeybees, which pollinate many of the crops grown commercially in Europe. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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RTR3F844 
March 20, 2013 
A honeybee approaches a snowdrop flower in Klosterneuburg on the first day of spring March 20, 2013.... 
Vienna, Austria 
A honeybee approaches a snowdrop flower in Klosterneuburg on the first day of spring 
A honeybee approaches a snowdrop flower in Klosterneuburg on the first day of spring March 20, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
ISRAEL/
RTR3E0R5 
February 20, 2013 
A bee rests on a flower of an almond tree in Jerusalem February 20, 2013. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
A bee rests on a flower of an almond tree in Jerusalem 
A bee rests on a flower of an almond tree in Jerusalem February 20, 2013. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) 
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August 31, 2012 
Rufous-tailed hummingbirds, Amazilia tzacatl, and an indigo-capped hummingbird (R), Amazilia cyanifrons,... 
San Francisco, Colombia 
Rufous-tailed hummingbirds and an indigo-capped hummingbird feed in a garden in San Francisco, near Bogota... 
Rufous-tailed hummingbirds, Amazilia tzacatl, and an indigo-capped hummingbird (R), Amazilia cyanifrons, feed in a garden in San Francisco, near Bogota August 31, 2012. The Jardin Encantado, Enchanted Garden, is a place that attracts more than 24 species of hummingbirds of the 147 which have been classified in Colombia. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR37CM1 
August 31, 2012 
A Rufous-tailed hummingbird, Amazilia tzacatl, flies in a garden in San Francisco, near Bogota August... 
San Francisco, Colombia 
A Rufous-tailed hummingbird flies in a garden in San Francisco, near Bogota 
A Rufous-tailed hummingbird, Amazilia tzacatl, flies in a garden in San Francisco, near Bogota August 31, 2012. The Jardin Encantado, Enchanted Garden, is a place that attracts more than 24 species of hummingbirds of the 147 which have been classified in Colombia. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR37CM0 
August 31, 2012 
A black-throated mango hummingbird, Anthracothorax nigricollis, flies in a garden in San Francisco, near... 
San Francisco, Colombia 
A black-throated mango hummingbird flies in a garden in San Francisco, near Bogota 
A black-throated mango hummingbird, Anthracothorax nigricollis, flies in a garden in San Francisco, near Bogota August 31, 2012. The Jardin Encantado, Enchanted Garden, is a place that attracts more than 24 species of hummingbirds of the 147 which have been classified in Colombia. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS) 
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RTR37CLR 
August 31, 2012 
The white-vented plumeleteer hummingbird, Chalybura buffonii, flies in a garden in San Francisco, near... 
San Francisco, Colombia 
The white-vented plumeleteer hummingbird, Chalybura buffonii, flies in a garden in San Francisco, near... 
The white-vented plumeleteer hummingbird, Chalybura buffonii, flies in a garden in San Francisco, near Bogota August 31, 2012. The Jardin Encantado (Enchanted Garden) is a place that attracts more than 24 species of hummingbirds of the 147 which have been classified in Colombia. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT) 
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August 31, 2012 
An Antracothorax hummingbird flaps its wings in a garden in San Francisco, near Bogota August 31, 2012.... 
San Francisco, Colombia 
An Antracothorax hummingbird flaps its wings in a garden in San Francisco, near Bogota 
An Antracothorax hummingbird flaps its wings in a garden in San Francisco, near Bogota August 31, 2012. The Jardin Encantado (Enchanted Garden) is a place that attracts more than 24 species of hummingbirds of the 147 which have been classified in Colombia. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT) 
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