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FRANCE-FOOD/HOLIDAY
RTX3N86W
December 08, 2017
Sea urchins are displayed at the fish pavilion in the Rungis International wholesale food market as buyers...
RUNGIS, France
Sea urchins are displayed at the fish pavilion in the Rungis International wholesale food market as buyers...
Sea urchins are displayed at the fish pavilion in the Rungis International wholesale food market as buyers prepare for the Christmas holiday season in Rungis, south of Paris, France, December 6, 2017. Picture taken December 6, 2017. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
CROATIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTS1A0MY
August 01, 2017
A woman dives and looks at sea urchin in Underwater Park in Pula, Croatia, August 1, 2017. REUTERS/Antonio...
Pula, Croatia
A woman dives and looks at sea urchin in Underwater Park in Pula
A woman dives and looks at sea urchin in Underwater Park in Pula, Croatia, August 1, 2017. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
FRANCE-RUNGIS/
RTR4I1LS
December 15, 2014
Sea urchin displayed at the fish pavillion in Rungis International food market as buyers prepare for...
RUNGIS, France
Sea urchin displayed at the fish pavillion in Rungis International food market as buyers prepare for...
Sea urchin displayed at the fish pavillion in Rungis International food market as buyers prepare for the holiday season in Rungis, south of Paris, December 11, 2014. The holidays are a busy time at Rungis, the largest fresh food market the world, where wholesalers selling everything from oysters and salmon to gruyere, green beans and sides of beef is abuzz the week before Christmas. Located 7 kilometres south of Paris, Rungis is spread over 234 hectares and employs some 12,000 workers. Rungis had sales of 9 billion euros ($11.22 billion) in 2013, up 3.8 percent from 2012. Picture taken December 11, 2014. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR30509
March 31, 2012
Francois Bayrou, MoDem party candidate for the 2012 French presidential election, tastes a sea urchin...
Bastia, France
Francois Bayrou, MoDem party candidate for the 2012 French presidential election, tastes a sea urchin...
Francois Bayrou, MoDem party candidate for the 2012 French presidential election, tastes a sea urchin as he campaigns at an open-air market in Bastia on the Mediterranean island of Corsica, March 31, 2012. REUTERS/Pierre Murati (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EMIRATES/
RTXUAJH
November 06, 2010
A diver holds up a sea urchin retrieved during a deep sea dive as part of the "Clean-Up Arabia" environmental...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A diver holds up a sea urchin retrieved during a deep sea dive as part of the "Clean-Up Arabia" environmental...
A diver holds up a sea urchin retrieved during a deep sea dive as part of the "Clean-Up Arabia" environmental campaign in Fujairah November 6, 2010. The annual campaign is aimed at cleaning local dive sites and beaches, with volunteers collecting garbage, consisting mainly of fishing nets, plastic and metal waste, from the shores and ocean. REUTERS/Jumana El-Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTR2H6VS
August 09, 2010
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (R) hands British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell a sea urchin...
Vancouver, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Harper hands British Columbia Premier Campbell a sea urchin while visiting the...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (R) hands British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell a sea urchin while visiting the Vancouver Aquarium in Vancouver, British Columbia August 9, 2010. Looking on is Federal Transport Minister Chuck Strahl. The Prime Minister later announced federal funding for the aquarium. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS)
BRITAIN/
RTR24EGY
June 07, 2009
Urchin shells are seen for sale on the quayside in St Mawes, south west England, June 4, 2009. REUTERS/Phil...
ST MAWES, United Kingdom
Urchin shells are seen for sale on the quayside in St Mawes, south west England
Urchin shells are seen for sale on the quayside in St Mawes, south west England, June 4, 2009. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE/
RTXATLD
November 21, 2008
A fisherman sorts sea urchins at the fish market at the Old Port of Marseille November 21, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul...
Marseille, France
A fisherman sorts urchins at the fish market at the Old Port of Marseille
A fisherman sorts sea urchins at the fish market at the Old Port of Marseille November 21, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTXATL8
November 21, 2008
A fisherman sorts sea urchins at the fish market at the Old Port of Marseille November 21, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul...
Marseille, France
A fisherman sorts urchins at the fish market at the Old Port of Marseille
A fisherman sorts sea urchins at the fish market at the Old Port of Marseille November 21, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YR30
March 26, 2008
A general view of Melinka's bay, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 25, 2008. Melinka...
MELINKA, Chile
A general view of Melinka's bay
A general view of Melinka's bay, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 25, 2008. Melinka is a small island in the El Corcovado gulf in the Aysen Region. Its main economic source is the salmon industry and the harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQMA
March 25, 2008
A crucifix is seen on the roof of an ancient tomb at the cemetery of Melinka, about 1200 km (745 miles)...
MELINKA, Chile
A crucifix is seen on the roof of an ancient tomb at the cemetery of Melinka
A crucifix is seen on the roof of an ancient tomb at the cemetery of Melinka, about 1200 km (745 miles) south of Santiago, March 25, 2008. Melinka is a small island in the El Corcovado gulf in the Aysen Region. Its main economic source is the salmon industry and the harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQLY
March 25, 2008
A boy stands at the door of a grocery store at the fishing town of Melinka, about 1200 km (745 miles)...
MELINKA, Chile
A boy stands at the door of a grocery store at the fishing town of Melinka about 1200 km (754 miles)...
A boy stands at the door of a grocery store at the fishing town of Melinka, about 1200 km (745 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008. Melinka is a small island in the El Corcovado gulf in the Aysen Region. Its main economic source is the salmon industry and the harvest of sea urchins. Picture taken March 24, 2008. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQLH
March 25, 2008
A tree is seen framed by a roof at the fishing town of Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago,...
MELINKA, Chile
A tree is seen framed by a roof at the fishing town of Melinka
A tree is seen framed by a roof at the fishing town of Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 25, 2008. Melinka is a small island in the El Corcovado gulf in the Aysen Region. Its main economic source is the salmon industry and the harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQLD
March 25, 2008
A man walks along a street at the fishing town of Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago,...
MELINKA, Chile
A man walks along a street at the fishing town of Melinka
A man walks along a street at the fishing town of Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008. Melinka is a small island in the El Corcovado gulf in the Aysen Region. Its main economic source is the salmon industry and the harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQLB
March 25, 2008
A tomb is seen at cemetery in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 25, 2008. Melinka...
MELINKA, Chile
A tomb is seen at cemetery in Melinka
A tomb is seen at cemetery in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 25, 2008. Melinka is a small island in the El Corcovado gulf in the Aysen Region. Its main economic source is the salmon industry and the harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQL9
March 25, 2008
A tomb is seen at the cemetery in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 25, 2008....
MELINKA, Chile
A tomb is seen at the cemetery in Melinka
A tomb is seen at the cemetery in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 25, 2008. Melinka is a small island in the El Corcovado gulf in the Aysen Region. Its main economic source is the salmon industry and the harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQL7
March 25, 2008
A man pushes a cart at a cemetery in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 25,...
MELINKA, Chile
A man pushes a cart at a cemetery in Melinka
A man pushes a cart at a cemetery in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 25, 2008. Melinka is a small island in the El Corcovado gulf in the Aysen Region. Its main economic source is the salmon industry and the harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQL1
March 25, 2008
An airplane is seen at an airfield in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 25,...
MELINKA, Chile
An airplane is seen at an airfield in Melinka
An airplane is seen at an airfield in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 25, 2008. Melinka is a small island in the El Corcovado gulf in the Aysen Region. Its main economic source is the salmon industry and the harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQIK
March 25, 2008
A woman walks along a street in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008....
MELINKA, Chile
A woman walks along a street in Melinka
A woman walks along a street in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008. The main source of income in Melinka, an island in the Aysen Region, is from the salmon industry and harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQ2S
March 25, 2008
A figure of San Pedro is seen in the bay of Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March...
MELINKA, Chile
A figure of San Pedro is seen in the bay of Melinka
A figure of San Pedro is seen in the bay of Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008. The main source of income in Melinka, an island in the Aysen Region, is from the salmon industry and harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQ2R
March 25, 2008
A fisherman steers his boat in the bay of Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March...
MELINKA, Chile
A fisherman steers his boat in the bay of Melinka
A fisherman steers his boat in the bay of Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008. The main source of income in Melinka, an island in the Aysen Region, is from the salmon industry and harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQ2O
March 25, 2008
A woman walks along a street in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008....
MELINKA, Chile
A woman walks along a street in Melinka
A woman walks along a street in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008. The main source of income in Melinka, an island in the Aysen Region, is from the salmon industry and harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQ2M
March 25, 2008
A fisherman rows a boat in the bay of Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24,...
MELINKA, Chile
A fisherman rows a boat in the bay of Melinka
A fisherman rows a boat in the bay of Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008. The main source of income in Melinka, an island in the Aysen Region, is from the salmon industry and harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQ2L
March 25, 2008
A man stands outside his home in the fishing town of Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago,...
MELINKA, Chile
A man stands outside his home in the fishing town of Melinka
A man stands outside his home in the fishing town of Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008. The main source of income in Melinka, an island in the Aysen Region, is from the salmon industry and harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQ17
March 25, 2008
People load their boat onto a vehicle in the bay of Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago,...
MELINKA, Chile
People load their boat onto a vehicle in the bay of Melinka
People load their boat onto a vehicle in the bay of Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008. The main source of income in Melinka, an island in the Aysen Region, is from the salmon industry and harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQ16
March 25, 2008
Children play in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008. The main source...
MELINKA, Chile
Children play in Melinka
Children play in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008. The main source of income in Melinka, an island in the Aysen Region, is from the salmon industry and harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQ11
March 25, 2008
Boats are anchored in the bay in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008....
MELINKA, Chile
Boats are anchored in the bay in Melinka
Boats are anchored in the bay in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008. The main source of income in Melinka, an island in the Aysen Region, is from the salmon industry and harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQ0Y
March 25, 2008
An aerial view of the bay in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008. The...
MELINKA, Chile
An aerial view of the bay in Melinka
An aerial view of the bay in Melinka, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008. The main source of income in Melinka, an island in the Aysen Region, is from the salmon industry and harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-MELINKA/
RTR1YQ0X
March 25, 2008
A man walks along a path in Melinka's bay, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008....
MELINKA, Chile
A man walks along a path in Melinka's bay
A man walks along a path in Melinka's bay, about 1200 km (754 miles) south of Santiago, March 24, 2008. The main source of income in Melinka, an island in the Aysen Region, is from the salmon industry and harvest of sea urchins. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
FRANCE/
RTR1LV03
February 01, 2007
France's UMP Presidential candidate Nicolas Sarkozy (L) looks at sea urchins during his visit to the...
RUNGIS, France
France's UMP Presidential candidate Nicolas Sarkozy looks at sea urchins during his visit to the Rungis...
France's UMP Presidential candidate Nicolas Sarkozy (L) looks at sea urchins during his visit to the Rungis wholesale food market near Paris February 1, 2007. REUTERS/ Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1LV01
February 01, 2007
France's UMP Presidential candidate Nicolas Sarkozy holds a sea urchin during his visit to the Rungis...
RUNGIS, France
France's UMP Presidential candidate Nicolas Sarkozy holds a sea urchin during his visit to the Rungis...
France's UMP Presidential candidate Nicolas Sarkozy holds a sea urchin during his visit to the Rungis wholesale food market near Paris February 1, 2007. REUTERS/ Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE)
JAPAN OKINAWA MILITARY
RTR1C3SO
April 02, 2006
Local residents try to catch sea urchins on a coral reef along the front of the U.S. Marine base Camp...
Nago, Japan
Residents try to catch sea urchins along US Marine base Camp Schwab in Nago
Local residents try to catch sea urchins on a coral reef along the front of the U.S. Marine base Camp Schwab, off the tiny hamlet of Henoko in Nago on the southern Japanese island of Okinawa March 31, 2006. U.S. and Japanese officials have agreed to close the Marines' Futenma air base in a crowded part of Okinawa to the south, but only if it's replaced with a new base straddling Camp Schwab, the coast of the rural city of Nago and reclaimed land in the bay. Picture taken March 31, 2006. REUTERS/Issei Kato
CHINA
RTXNUHS
October 06, 2005
Chinese revellers look at fried starfishes and sea urchins on sale for 15 yuan each (US$1.85) at a food...
Beijing, China
Chinese revellers look at fried starfishes and sea urchins on sale for 15 yuan each (US$1.85) at a f.....
Chinese revellers look at fried starfishes and sea urchins on sale for 15 yuan each (US$1.85) at a food stall in Beijing October 6, 2005. China celebrates a week-long National Day "Golden Week" holiday which began on October 1.
CHINA
RTR18U9V
October 06, 2005
Chinese revellers look at fried starfishes and sea urchins on sale for 15 yuan each (US$1.85) at a food...
Beijing, China
Chinese revellers look at fried starfishes and sea urchins on sale in Beijing
Chinese revellers look at fried starfishes and sea urchins on sale for 15 yuan each (US$1.85) at a food stall in Beijing October 6, 2005. China celebrates a week-long National Day "Golden Week" holiday which began on October 1. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV
SUSHIDISK
RTXN1KC
November 11, 2004
Sushi-shaped USB memory devices 'SushiDisk' are displayed at Solid Alliance Corp's office, a Japanese...
Yokohama, Japan
Sushi-shaped USB memory devices 'SushiDisk' are displayed at Solid Alliance Corp's office, a Japanes.....
Sushi-shaped USB memory devices 'SushiDisk' are displayed at Solid Alliance Corp's office, a Japanese electonics device maker, in Yokohama, south of Tokyo November 11, 2004. Memory devices resembling sea urchin, salmon roe and tuna sushi, each with a data storage capacity of 128 megabytes, are priced at 8,200 yen ($76). Those resembling tuna and cucumber rolls have 32 megabyte capacities and carry a price tag of 6,000 yen ($56).
SUSHIDISK
RTXN1KB
November 11, 2004
Sushi-shaped USB memory devices 'SushiDisk' are displayed at Solid Alliance Corp's, a Japanese electonics...
Yokohama, Japan
Sushi-shaped USB memory devices 'SushiDisk' are displayed at Solid Alliance Corp's, a Japanese elect.....
Sushi-shaped USB memory devices 'SushiDisk' are displayed at Solid Alliance Corp's, a Japanese electonics device maker, office in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, November 11, 2004. Memory devices resembling sea urchin, salmon roe and tuna sushi, each with a data storage capacity of 128 megabytes, are priced at 8,200 yen ($76). Those resembling tuna and cucumber rolls have 32 megabyte capacities and carry a price tag of 6,000 yen ($56).
JAPAN
RTRFHM6
November 11, 2004
Sushi-shaped USB memory devices 'SushiDisk' are displayed at Solid Alliance Corp's office, a Japanese...
Japan
Sushi-shaped USB memory devices are displayed in Yokohama, south of Tokyo.
Sushi-shaped USB memory devices 'SushiDisk' are displayed at Solid Alliance Corp's office, a Japanese electonics device maker, in Yokohama, south of Tokyo November 11, 2004. Memory devices resembling sea urchin, salmon roe and tuna sushi, each with a data storage capacity of 128 megabytes, are priced at 8,200 yen ($76). Those resembling tuna and cucumber rolls have 32 megabyte capacities and carry a price tag of 6,000 yen ($56). REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao REUTERS YN
JAPAN
RTRFHLN
November 11, 2004
Sushi-shaped USB memory devices 'SushiDisk' are displayed at Solid Alliance Corp's, a Japanese electonics...
Japan
Sushi-shaped USB memory devices are displayed in Yokohama, south of Tokyo.
Sushi-shaped USB memory devices 'SushiDisk' are displayed at Solid Alliance Corp's, a Japanese electonics device maker, office in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, November 11, 2004. Memory devices resembling sea urchin, salmon roe and tuna sushi, each with a data storage capacity of 128 megabytes, are priced at 8,200 yen ($76). Those resembling tuna and cucumber rolls have 32 megabyte capacities and carry a price tag of 6,000 yen ($56). REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao PP04110073 ODLY YN/FA
INDIA
RTR1JUS
August 12, 2003
A ferris wheel is submerged as street urchins swim in the rough waters
of the Arabian Sea at a beach...
Bombay, Republic of India
FERRIS WHEEL SUBMERGED BY WAVES IN BOMBAY.
A ferris wheel is submerged as street urchins swim in the rough waters
of the Arabian Sea at a beach in Bombay August 12, 2003. Rescue
operations for a helicopter that crashed into the Arabian Sea off the
Bombay coast on Monday afternoon have been hampered by strong currents
and rough monsoon weather. Of the 29 people on board, only two have
been rescued. REUTERS/Sherwin Crasto

SC/TW
INDIA
RTR1JUL
August 12, 2003
A ferris wheel is submerged as street urchins swim in the rough waters of
the Arabian Sea at a beach...
Bombay, Republic of India
FERRIS WHEEL SUBMERGED BY WAVES IN BOMBAY.
A ferris wheel is submerged as street urchins swim in the rough waters of
the Arabian Sea at a beach in Bombay August 12, 2003. Rescue operations for
a helicopter that crashed into the Arabian Sea off the Bombay coast on
Monday afternoon have been hampered by strong currents and rough monsoon
weather. Of the 29 people on board, only two have been rescued. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE
REUTERS/Sherwin Crasto

SC/TW
INDIA
RTRNTU2
May 19, 2003
Young street urchins jump into the Arabian Sea to get away from the
sweltering heat in Bombay May 19,...
Bombay, Republic of India
STREET URCHINS JUMP INTO ARABIAN SEA TO ESCAPE SWELTERING HEAT IN
BOMBAY.
Young street urchins jump into the Arabian Sea to get away from the
sweltering heat in Bombay May 19, 2003. 2003. The temperature was 37.2
degrees Celcius in Bombay on Monday but elsewhere in central India, the
mercury nearly touched 50 degrees Celcius. REUTERS/Sherwin Crasto

SC/FA
WEATHER
RTR5BD8
May 19, 2002
Street urchins seeking to cool down in the sweltering heat play in the
sea in Bombay May 19, 2002. More...
Bombay, Republic of India
INDIA STREET URCHINS PLAY IN THE SEA DURING HEATWAVE IN BOMBAY.
Street urchins seeking to cool down in the sweltering heat play in the
sea in Bombay May 19, 2002. More than 450 people have died so far in
the heat wave sweeping across India, with the mercury rising well past
45 Celsius (113 Fahrenheit) in several parts of the country.
REUTERS/Arko Datta

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BOYER
RTXKOTT
August 06, 2001
Gil, 10 (L) and Antoine, 7, discover the "Testum Metallica" by French artist Gerard Boyer during the...
Mons, Belgium
Gil, 10 (L) and Antoine, 7, discover the "Testum Metallica" by French artist Gerard Boyer during the.....
Gil, 10 (L) and Antoine, 7, discover the "Testum Metallica" by French artist Gerard Boyer during the 1st robot experience festival in the scientific adventure park in Frameries, southern Belgium, August 6, 2001. The mechanic sea urchin, worked by a recycled windscreen wiper motor, is one of 10 robots at this exhibition, which lasts until September 2.
BELGIUM ROBOTS
RTRLEIX
August 06, 2001
Gil, 10 (L) and Antoine, 7, discover the "Testum Metallica" by French
artist Gerard Boyer during the...
Mons, Belgium
CHILDREN DISCOVER A MECHANIC SEA URCHIN DURING THE 1ST ROBOT EXPERIENCE
FESTIVAL IN FRAMERIES.
Gil, 10 (L) and Antoine, 7, discover the "Testum Metallica" by French
artist Gerard Boyer during the 1st robot experience festival in the
scientific adventure park in Frameries, southern Belgium, August 6,
2001. The mechanic sea urchin, worked by a recycled windscreen wiper
motor, is one of 10 robots at this exhibition, which lasts until
September 2.

FLR/AA
TIMOR
RTR7NQW
August 28, 2000
East Timorese mother and daughter search for sea urchins and crabs during low tide along Dili's waterfront,...
Dili, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE MOTHER AND DAUGHTER COLLECT URCHINS AND CRABS IN DILI.
East Timorese mother and daughter search for sea urchins and crabs during low tide along Dili's waterfront, August 28, 2000. East Timor marks the first anniversary this Wednesday of the United Nations organised vote that saw the territory overwhelmingly choose to end more than 23 years of often brutal Indonesian rule.

DW/HL
EAST TIMOR
RTXJ2BY
July 04, 1999
A mother and son search for sea urchins during low tide as the sun sets behind the Indonesian island...
Dili, East Timor
A mother and son search for sea urchins during low tide as the sun sets behind the Indonesian island.....
A mother and son search for sea urchins during low tide as the sun sets behind the Indonesian island of Alor in Dili, East Timor June 28. Most East Timorese eke out their existence as subsistence farmers or fishermen.
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TIMOR
RTRQA87
June 29, 1999
A mother and son search for sea urchins during low tide as the sun sets behind the Indonesian island...
Dili, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE HUNT FOR SEA URCHINS IN DILI.
A mother and son search for sea urchins during low tide as the sun sets behind the Indonesian island of Alor in Dili, East Timor June 28. Most East Timorese eke out their existence as subsistence farmers or fishermen.

DW/CC
RTRDWFK
May 10, 1998
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SEO01:CHEJU ISLAND,SOUTH KOREA,10MAY98 - An elderly South Korean "haenyo,"...
SOUTH KOREAN WOMAN DIVER INSPECTS HER CATCH IN CHEJU.
DATELINE CLARIFICATION -

SEO01:CHEJU ISLAND,SOUTH KOREA,10MAY98 - An elderly South Korean "haenyo," or woman diver, inspects her catch of a single sea urchin as she rests on a small buoy between dives off the coast of the southern Korean island of Cheju May 9. For hundreds of years the haenyo have eked out a living from the sea by collecting shellfish from the ocean floor, diving down dozens of metres while holding their breaths for over three minutes per dive. The average haenyo may make over 30 dives per day.
JAPAN
RTXHR4T
January 08, 1997
A tiny crab, sea urchins, and shellfish, all Japanese delicacies, are coated with oil as they are washed...
A tiny crab, sea urchins, and shellfish, all Japanese delicacies, are coated with oil as they are wa.....
A tiny crab, sea urchins, and shellfish, all Japanese delicacies, are coated with oil as they are washed ashore January 9 in Mikuni town on the Sea of Japan coast where heavy oil escaped from ruptured Russian tanker Nakhodka. The oil has spread 300km along the western Japanese shoreline threatening an environmental disaster.
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