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CLIMATECHANGE-REDKNOTS/
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May 12, 2016
A migrating red knot flies near the beach along the Delaware Bay in Fortescue, New Jersey, May 30, 2007....
FORTESCUE, UNITED STATES
A migrating red knot flies near the beach along the Delaware Bay in Fortescue
A migrating red knot flies near the beach along the Delaware Bay in Fortescue, New Jersey, May 30, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer/File Photo
AUSTRALIA-SAILING
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December 14, 2014
Crews from the Oman Air team (L) and Red Bull team of Austria compete during the final stage of the extreme...
Sydney, Australia
Crews from the Oman Air team and Red Bull team of Austria compete during the final stage of the extreme...
Crews from the Oman Air team (L) and Red Bull team of Austria compete during the final stage of the extreme sailing series on Sydney Harbour, December 14, 2014. Teams from 10 nations have competed in the series at eight venues around the world on 40-foot (12 metre) catamarans with the hulls flying out of the water in as little as 8 knots (15kph) of breeze. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT YACHTING)
USA/
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May 01, 2013
William Buchman of Los Angeles inspects artist Orly Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and...
New York, UNITED STATES
A boy inspects Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue" in Madison Square Park, New York...
William Buchman of Los Angeles inspects artist Orly Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue" (2013) in Madison Square Park, New York May 1, 2013. New York-based Genger presented her site-specific, large-scale art work, featuring colorfully-lined chambers of more than 1.4 million feet of painted, hand-knotted rope. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA/
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May 01, 2013
Julius and Theodore Goldberg of Brooklyn play beside artist Orly Genger's art installation called "Red,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Boys play beside Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue" in Madison Square Park, New...
Julius and Theodore Goldberg of Brooklyn play beside artist Orly Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue" (2013) in Madison Square Park, New York May 1, 2013. New York-based Genger presented her site-specific, large-scale art work, featuring colorfully-lined chambers of more than 1.4 million feet of painted, hand-knotted rope. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA/
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May 01, 2013
A man walks beside artist Orly Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue" (2013) in Madison...
New York, UNITED STATES
A man walks beside Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue" in Madison Square Park, New...
A man walks beside artist Orly Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue" (2013) in Madison Square Park, New York May 1, 2013. New York-based Genger presented her site-specific, large-scale art work, featuring colorfully-lined chambers of more than 1.4 million feet of painted, hand-knotted rope. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA/
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May 01, 2013
Julius Goldberg of Brooklyn touches artist Orly Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue"...
New York, UNITED STATES
A boy touches Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue" in Madison Square Park, New York...
Julius Goldberg of Brooklyn touches artist Orly Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue" (2013) in Madison Square Park, New York May 1, 2013. New York-based Genger presented her site-specific, large-scale art work, featuring colorfully-lined chambers of more than 1.4 million feet of painted, hand-knotted rope. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA/
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May 01, 2013
A man walks beside artist Orly Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue" (2013) in Madison...
New York, UNITED STATES
A man walks beside Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue" in Madison Square Park, New...
A man walks beside artist Orly Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue" (2013) in Madison Square Park, New York May 1, 2013. New York-based Genger presented her site-specific, large-scale art work, featuring colorfully-lined chambers of more than 1.4 million feet of painted, hand-knotted rope. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA/
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May 01, 2013
A man touches artist Orly Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue" (2013) in Madison Square...
New York, UNITED STATES
A man touches artist Orly Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue" in Madison Square Park,...
A man touches artist Orly Genger's art installation called "Red, Yellow and Blue" (2013) in Madison Square Park, New York May 1, 2013. New York-based Genger presented her site-specific, large-scale art work, featuring colorfully-lined chambers of more than 1.4 million feet of painted, hand-knotted rope. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
ENVIORNMENT HORSESHOE CRAB/
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May 28, 2008
A Red Knot (L) and a Ruddy Turnstone gather with other shorebirds to feed on Atlantic horseshoe eggs...
Little Creek, UNITED STATES
A Red Knot and other shore birds gather to feed on Atlantic Horseshoe crab eggs on Pickering beach in...
A Red Knot (L) and a Ruddy Turnstone gather with other shorebirds to feed on Atlantic horseshoe eggs along Pickering beach, a national horseshoe crab sanctuary in Little Creek, Delaware, May 20, 2008. The Atlantic horseshoe crab, part of the Atlantic coast ecosystem and a species more than 350million years old, return from deeper water each May and June to spawn and lay their eggs on these beaches at the new and full moon tides. The eggs provide essential food for as many as one million migrating shore birds that stop here to feed on the horseshoe crab eggs as their primay food source on their northward migration. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
IRAN-CARPETS/
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September 17, 2007
A man uses a traditional knife to cut yarn after knots are tied as he weaves a carpet at a factory in...
Mashad, Iran
To match feature IRAN-CARPETS/
A man uses a traditional knife to cut yarn after knots are tied as he weaves a carpet at a factory in Mashad, 950 km (590 miles) east of Tehran in this November 8, 2006 file photo. One of Iran's best-known exports, Persian carpets made from silk, wool and cotton are traditionally by women in villages, who use natural dyes derived from plants to colour them in rich hues where red, brown and cream dominate. But a half-empty hall at the annual Persian Carpet Grand Exhibition last month showed the business facing tough challenges, both at home and abroad. To match feature IRAN-CARPETS/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz/Files (IRAN)
USA-BIRDS/
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June 04, 2007
Ornithologist Clive Minton from Melbourne, Australia looks for shorebirds while under attack from Strawberry...
FORTESCUE, UNITED STATES
Ornithologist Clive Minton from Melbourne, Australia looks for shorebirds while under attack from Strawberry...
Ornithologist Clive Minton from Melbourne, Australia looks for shorebirds while under attack from Strawberry flies behind the dunes in Fortescue, New Jersey, May 30, 2007. The Red Knot, a shorebird, is edging closer to extinction, threatened by fishermen who destroy its food staple for bait and loved by ornithologists who are drawn from around the world to count it. The Red Knot, once a numerous springtime visitor to the beaches of the Delaware Bay on the U.S. Atlantic Coast, has declined to an all-time low of 12,300 birds, down from some 15,000 last year and around 100,000 in the mid-1980s. Picture taken May 30, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
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June 04, 2007
Former head of the New Jersey Endangered species program and leader of the annual Red Knot count Larry...
FORTESCUE, UNITED STATES
Former head of the New Jersey Endangered species program and leader of the annual Red Knot count Niles...
Former head of the New Jersey Endangered species program and leader of the annual Red Knot count Larry Niles looks for shorebirds behind the dunes in Fortescue, New Jersey, May 30, 2007. The Red Knot, a shorebird, is edging closer to extinction, threatened by fishermen who destroy its food staple for bait and loved by ornithologists who are drawn from around the world to count it. The Red Knot, once a numerous springtime visitor to the beaches of the Delaware Bay on the U.S. Atlantic Coast, has declined to an all-time low of 12,300 birds, down from some 15,000 last year and around 100,000 in the mid-1980s. Picture taken May 30, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
USA-BIRDS/
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June 04, 2007
A migrating Red Knot is seen near dead horseshoe crabs on the beach along the Delaware Bay in Fortescue,...
FORTESCUE, UNITED STATES
A migrating Red Knot is seen near dead horseshoe crabs on the beach along the Delaware Bay in Fortescue,...
A migrating Red Knot is seen near dead horseshoe crabs on the beach along the Delaware Bay in Fortescue, New Jersey, May 30, 2007. The shorebird is edging closer to extinction, threatened by fishermen who destroy its food staple for bait and loved by ornithologists who are drawn from around the world to count it. The Red Knot, once a numerous springtime visitor to the beaches of the Delaware Bay on the U.S. Atlantic Coast, has declined to an all-time low of 12,300 birds, down from some 15,000 last year and around 100,000 in the mid-1980s. Picture taken May 30, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
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June 04, 2007
A migrating Red Knot (L) flaps its wings on the beach along the Delaware Bay in Fortescue, New Jersey,...
FORTESCUE, UNITED STATES
A migrating Red Knot flaps its wings on the beach along the Delaware Bay in Fortescue, New Jersey
A migrating Red Knot (L) flaps its wings on the beach along the Delaware Bay in Fortescue, New Jersey, May 30, 2007. The shorebird is edging closer to extinction, threatened by fishermen who destroy its food staple for bait and loved by ornithologists who are drawn from around the world to count it. The Red Knot, once a numerous springtime visitor to the beaches of the Delaware Bay on the U.S. Atlantic Coast, has declined to an all-time low of 12,300 birds, down from some 15,000 last year and around 100,000 in the mid-1980s. Picture taken May 30, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
USA-BIRDS/
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June 04, 2007
A migrating Red Knot flies near the beach along the Delaware Bay in Fortescue, New Jersey, May 30, 2007....
FORTESCUE, UNITED STATES
A migrating Red Knot flies near the beach along the Delaware Bay in Fortescue, New Jersey
A migrating Red Knot flies near the beach along the Delaware Bay in Fortescue, New Jersey, May 30, 2007. The shorebird is edging closer to extinction, threatened by fishermen who destroy its food staple for bait and loved by ornithologists who are drawn from around the world to count it. The Red Knot, once a numerous springtime visitor to the beaches of the Delaware Bay on the U.S. Atlantic Coast, has declined to an all-time low of 12,300 birds, down from some 15,000 last year and around 100,000 in the mid-1980s. Picture taken May 30, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
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