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October 26, 2022 
Underwater view of seagrass in a tank at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel, Germany,... 
Kiel, Germany 
Underwater view of seagrass in a tank at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel 
Underwater view of seagrass in a tank at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel, Germany, October 26, 2022.REUTERS/MARTIN SCHLICHT 
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October 26, 2022 
An employee of Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research separates seeds of seagrass in a laboratory... 
Kiel, Germany 
An employee of Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research separates seeds of seagrass in a laboratory... 
An employee of Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research separates seeds of seagrass in a laboratory in Kiel, Germany, October 26, 2022. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer 
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October 26, 2022 
Employees of Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research work in front of seagrass tanks in Kiel, Germany,... 
Kiel, Germany 
Employees of Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research work in front of seagrass tanks in Kiel 
Employees of Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research work in front of seagrass tanks in Kiel, Germany, October 26, 2022. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer 
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October 26, 2022 
Tanks with seagrass are pictured at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel, Germany, October... 
Kiel, Germany 
Tanks with seagrass are pictured at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel 
Tanks with seagrass are pictured at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel, Germany, October 26, 2022. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer 
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October 26, 2022 
Angela Stevenson, postdoctoral researcher at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, stands behind... 
Kiel, Germany 
Angela Stevenson, postdoctoral researcher at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, stands behind... 
Angela Stevenson, postdoctoral researcher at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, stands behind tanks with seagrass in Kiel, Germany, October 26, 2022. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer 
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October 26, 2022 
Angela Stevenson, postdoctoral researcher at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, stands behind... 
Kiel, Germany 
Angela Stevenson, postdoctoral researcher at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, stands behind... 
Angela Stevenson, postdoctoral researcher at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, stands behind tanks with seagrass in Kiel, Germany, October 26, 2022. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer 
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October 26, 2022 
Angela Stevenson, postdoctoral researcher at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, stands behind... 
Kiel, Germany 
Angela Stevenson, postdoctoral researcher at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, stands behind... 
Angela Stevenson, postdoctoral researcher at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, stands behind tanks with seagrass in Kiel, Germany, October 26, 2022. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer 
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October 26, 2022 
Underwater view of seagrass in a tank at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel, Germany,... 
Kiel, Germany 
Underwater view of seagrass in a tank at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel 
Underwater view of seagrass in a tank at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel, Germany, October 26, 2022.REUTERS/MARTIN SCHLICHT 
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October 26, 2022 
Underwater view of seagrass in a tank at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel, Germany,... 
Kiel, Germany 
Underwater view of seagrass in a tank at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel 
Underwater view of seagrass in a tank at Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel, Germany, October 26, 2022.REUTERS/MARTIN SCHLICHT 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson measures seagrass gathered floating... 
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Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson measures seagrass gathered floating... 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson measures seagrass gathered floating at the surface at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 10, 2021. Picture taken March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis... 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis prepare Niskin Water Sampling Bottles at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 9, 2021. Picture taken March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Marine biologist Tim Lewis carries a Niskin Water Sampling Bottle at the Saya de Malha Bank within the... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Marine biologist Tim Lewis carries a Niskin Water Sampling Bottle at the Saya de Malha Bank 
Marine biologist Tim Lewis carries a Niskin Water Sampling Bottle at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 9, 2021. Picture taken March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson monitors water going through a... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson monitors water going through a... 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson monitors water going through a filter capsule for e-DNA sampling at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 8, 2021. Picture taken March 8, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Arctic Sunrise ship crew members are seen on a rigid inflatable boat as it is lowered into the Indian... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Arctic Sunrise ship crew members are seen on a rigid inflatable boat as it is lowered into the Indian... 
Arctic Sunrise ship crew members are seen on a rigid inflatable boat as it is lowered into the Indian Ocean at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 4, 2021. Picture taken March 4, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson manipulate seagrass gathered floating... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson manipulate seagrass gathered floating... 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson manipulate seagrass gathered floating at the surface at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 10, 2021. Picture taken March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson prepares Niskin Water Sampling... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson prepares Niskin Water Sampling... 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson prepares Niskin Water Sampling Bottles at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 9, 2021. Picture taken March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis... 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis prepare Niskin Water Sampling Bottles at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 9, 2021. Picture taken March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Marine biologist Tim Lewis retrieves a Niskin Water Sampling Bottle at the Saya de Malha Bank within... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Marine biologist Tim Lewis retrieves a Niskin Water Sampling Bottle at the Saya de Malha Bank 
Marine biologist Tim Lewis retrieves a Niskin Water Sampling Bottle at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 9, 2021. Picture taken March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis... 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis prepare Niskin Water Sampling Bottles at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 9, 2021. Picture taken March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Arctic Sunrise ship crew members are seen on a rigid inflatable boat as it is lowered into the Indian... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Arctic Sunrise ship crew members are seen on a rigid inflatable boat as it is lowered into the Indian... 
Arctic Sunrise ship crew members are seen on a rigid inflatable boat as it is lowered into the Indian Ocean at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 4, 2021. Picture taken March 4, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Arctic Sunrise ship crew are seen on aboard as the ship arrives at the Saya de Malha Bank within the... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Arctic Sunrise ship crew are seen on aboard as the ship arrives at the Saya de Malha Bank 
Arctic Sunrise ship crew are seen on aboard as the ship arrives at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 4, 2021. Picture taken March 4, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis... 
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis prepare Niskin Water Sampling Bottles at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 9, 2021. Picture taken March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Arctic Sunrise ship crew members are seen on a rigid inflatable boat as they check for the depth in the... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Arctic Sunrise ship crew members are seen on a rigid inflatable boat as they check for the depth in the... 
Arctic Sunrise ship crew members are seen on a rigid inflatable boat as they check for the depth in the Indian Ocean at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 4, 2021. Picture taken March 4, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Arctic Sunrise ship crew members prepare the Conductivity, Temperature, and Depth (CTD) instrument to... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Arctic Sunrise ship crew members prepare the CTD instrument to conduct scientific research in the Indian... 
Arctic Sunrise ship crew members prepare the Conductivity, Temperature, and Depth (CTD) instrument to conduct scientific research in the Indian Ocean at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene Plateau, Mauritius March 9, 2021. Picture taken March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Arctic Sunrise ship captain Fernando Romo Martin is seen aboard as the ship arrives at the Saya de Malha... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Arctic Sunrise ship captain Fernando Romo Martin is seen aboard as the ship arrives at the Saya de Malha... 
Arctic Sunrise ship captain Fernando Romo Martin is seen aboard as the ship arrives at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene Plateau, Mauritius March 4, 2021. Picture taken March 4, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
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April 08, 2021 
Seagrass meadows, phytoplankton and other forms of sea life play an important role in the cycle of carbon... 
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How ocean ecosystems help fight climate change 
Seagrass meadows, phytoplankton and other forms of sea life play an important role in the cycle of carbon and the fight against climate change. 
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April 08, 2021 
Arctic Sunrise ship sails in the Indian Ocean waters at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau,... 
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles 
Arctic Sunrise ship sails in the Indian Ocean waters at the Saya de Malha Bank 
Arctic Sunrise ship sails in the Indian Ocean waters at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 14, 2021. Picture taken March 14, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
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March 18, 2021 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, among other delegates, prepares... 
SAYA DE MALHA, Mid-Sea 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, among other delegates, prepares... 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, among other delegates, prepares for an underwater climate strike at the Saya de Malha Bank to highlight the need to protect the world's largest seagrass meadow within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 6, 2021. Picture taken March 6, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
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March 18, 2021 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, holds a placard reading Youth Strike... 
SAYA DE MALHA, Mid-Sea 
Mauritian scientist Sandooyea holds a placard reading Youth Strike For Climate 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, holds a placard reading Youth Strike For Climate, during an underwater protest at the Saya de Malha Bank to highlight the need to protect the world's largest seagrass meadow within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 6, 2021. Picture taken March 6, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
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March 18, 2021 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, holds a placard reading Youth Strike... 
SAYA DE MALHA, Mid-Sea 
Mauritian scientist Sandooyea holds a placard reading Youth Strike For Climate 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, holds a placard reading Youth Strike For Climate, during an underwater protest at the Saya de Malha Bank to highlight the need to protect the world's largest seagrass meadow within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 6, 2021. Picture taken March 6, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/OCEANS-PROTEST
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March 18, 2021 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, holds a placard during an underwater... 
SAYA DE MALHA, Mid-Sea 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Sandooyea holds a placard during an underwater protest... 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, holds a placard during an underwater protest at the Saya de Malha Bank to highlight the need to protect the world's largest seagrass meadow within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 6, 2021. Picture taken March 6, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
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March 18, 2021 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, holds a placard reading Youth Strike... 
SAYA DE MALHA, Mid-Sea 
Mauritian scientist Sandooyea holds a placard reading Youth Strike For Climate 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, holds a placard reading Youth Strike For Climate; during an underwater protest at the Saya de Malha Bank to highlight the need to protect the world's largest seagrass meadow within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 6, 2021. Picture taken March 6, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/OCEANS-PROTEST
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March 18, 2021 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, holds a placard reading Youth Strike... 
SAYA DE MALHA, Mid-Sea 
Mauritian scientist Sandooyea holds a placard reading Youth Strike For Climate 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, holds a placard reading Youth Strike For Climate, during an underwater protest at the Saya de Malha Bank to highlight the need to protect the world's largest seagrass meadow within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 6, 2021. Picture taken March 6, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/OCEANS-PROTEST
RTXAJQWH 
March 18, 2021 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, holds a placard reading Youth Strike... 
SAYA DE MALHA, Mid-Sea 
Mauritian scientist Sandooyea holds a placard reading Youth Strike For Climate 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, holds a placard reading Youth Strike For Climate, during an underwater protest at the Saya de Malha Bank to highlight the need to protect the world's largest seagrass meadow within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 6, 2021. Picture taken March 6, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/OCEANS-PROTEST
RTXAJQWG 
March 18, 2021 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, holds a placard reading Youth Strike... 
SAYA DE MALHA, Mid-Sea 
Mauritian scientist Sandooyea holds a placard reading Youth Strike For Climate 
Mauritian scientist and climate change activist Shaama Sandooyea 24, holds a placard reading Youth Strike For Climate, during an underwater protest at the Saya de Malha Bank to highlight the need to protect the world's largest seagrass meadow within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 6, 2021. Picture taken March 6, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
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November 09, 2018 
A yellow tang is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old... 
Pula, Croatia 
A yellow tang is seen at the Aquarium Pula 
A yellow tang is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and freshwater habitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
RTS25AA5 
November 09, 2018 
An elongated unicornfish is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than... 
Pula, Croatia 
An elongated unicornfish is seen at the Aquarium Pula 
An elongated unicornfish is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and freshwater habitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
RTS25AA4 
November 09, 2018 
Visitors look at a blacktip reef shark and leopard shark at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 26, 2018.... 
Pula, Croatia 
Visitors look at a blacktip reef shark and leopard shark at the Aquarium Pula 
Visitors look at a blacktip reef shark and leopard shark at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 26, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and freshwater habitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 26, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
RTS25AA3 
November 09, 2018 
A moon jellyfish is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old... 
Pula, Croatia 
A moon jellyfish is seen at the Aquarium Pula 
A moon jellyfish is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and freshwater habitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
RTS25A9B 
November 09, 2018 
A short-snouted seahorse is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than... 
Pula, Croatia 
A short-snouted seahorse is seen at the Aquarium Pula 
A short-snouted seahorse is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and freshwater habitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
RTS25A9A 
November 09, 2018 
A leopard shark is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old... 
Pula, Croatia 
A leopard shark is seen at the Aquarium Pula 
A leopard shark is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and freshwater habitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
RTS25A99 
November 09, 2018 
Razorfish are seen at the Aquarium Pula in Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old... 
Pula, Croatia 
Razorfish are seen at the Aquarium Pula 
Razorfish are seen at the Aquarium Pula in Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and freshwater habitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
RTS25A97 
November 09, 2018 
A spiny squat lobster is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old... 
Pula, Croatia 
A spiny squat lobster is seen at the Aquarium Pula 
A spiny squat lobster is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and freshwater habitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
RTS25A7S 
November 09, 2018 
A lionfish is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort... 
Pula, Croatia 
A lionfish is seen at the Aquarium Pula 
A lionfish is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and freshwater habitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
RTS25A7R 
November 09, 2018 
A lionfish is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort... 
Pula, Croatia 
A lionfish is seen at the Aquarium Pula 
A lionfish is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and freshwater habitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
RTS25A7Q 
November 09, 2018 
A coral reef is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old... 
Pula, Croatia 
A coral reef is seen at the Aquarium Pula 
A coral reef is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and freshwater habitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
RTS25A7P 
November 09, 2018 
A Cassiopea, known as an upside-down jellyfish, is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018.... 
Pula, Croatia 
A Cassiopea is seen at the Aquarium Pula 
A Cassiopea, known as an upside-down jellyfish, is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and freshwater habitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
RTS25A77 
November 09, 2018 
A red-bellied piranha is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old... 
Pula, Croatia 
A red-bellied piranha is seen at the Aquarium Pula 
A red-bellied piranha is seen at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and freshwater habitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
RTS25A76 
November 09, 2018 
A starfish is seen at Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort... 
Pula, Croatia 
A starfish is seen at the Aquarium Pula 
A starfish is seen at Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 25, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and freshwater habitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
RTS25A74 
November 09, 2018 
A visitor is seen at Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 26, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in... 
Pula, Croatia 
A visitor is seen at the Aquarium Pula 
A visitor is seen at Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 26, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and freshwater habitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 26, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
GLOBAL-MUSEUMS/CROATIA-AQUARIUM
RTS25A72 
November 09, 2018 
A visitor is seen near a fish exhibit at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 26, 2018. Housed in a more... 
Pula, Croatia 
A visitor is seen near a fish exhibit at the Aquarium Pula 
A visitor is seen near a fish exhibit at the Aquarium Pula, Croatia, July 26, 2018. Housed in a more than 130-year-old fort in Croatia, Aquarium Pula boasts species from the Adriatic as well as tropical marine zones and fresh waterhabitats. From seahorses delicately entwining themselves in the seagrass to the other-worldly jelly fish drifting in the deep blue water, the aquarium is home to around 250 species in 100 pools and tanks and attracts some 125,000 visitors a year. Picture taken July 26, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
EUROZONE-GREECE/STARTUPS
RTS1POYH 
May 03, 2018 
Founder of PHEE Stavros Tsompanidis, 25, arranges dried leaves of seagrass on a panel at the manufacturing... 
Patras, Greece 
Founder of PHEE Tsompanidis arranges dried leaves of seagrass on a panel at the manufacturing workshop... 
Founder of PHEE Stavros Tsompanidis, 25, arranges dried leaves of seagrass on a panel at the manufacturing workshop of PHEE in Patras, Greece, March 8, 2018. Picture taken March 8, 2018. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
EUROZONE-GREECE/STARTUPS
RTS1POYF 
May 03, 2018 
Founder of PHEE Stavros Tsompanidis, 25, arranges dried leaves of seagrass on a panel at the manufacturing... 
Patras, Greece 
Founder of PHEE Tsompanidis arranges dried leaves of seagrass on a panel at the manufacturing workshop... 
Founder of PHEE Stavros Tsompanidis, 25, arranges dried leaves of seagrass on a panel at the manufacturing workshop of PHEE in Patras, Greece, March 8, 2018. Picture taken March 8, 2018. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
EUROZONE-GREECE/STARTUPS
RTS1POYE 
May 03, 2018 
Dried leaves of seagrass are placed on a panel at the manufacturing workshop of PHEE in Patras, Greece,... 
Patras, Greece 
Dried leaves of seagrass are placed on a panel at the manufacturing workshop of PHEE in Patras 
Dried leaves of seagrass are placed on a panel at the manufacturing workshop of PHEE in Patras, Greece, March 8, 2018. Picture taken March 8, 2018. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
EUROZONE-GREECE/STARTUPS
RTS1POY8 
May 03, 2018 
Sunglasses made by processed leaves of seagrass, in partnership with Greek handmade eyewear maker ZYLO,... 
Patras, Greece 
Sunglasses made of processed leaves of seagrass, in partnership with Greek handmade eyewear maker ZYLO,... 
Sunglasses made by processed leaves of seagrass, in partnership with Greek handmade eyewear maker ZYLO, are on display at the manufacturing workshop of PHEE in Patras, Greece, March 8, 2018. Picture taken March 8, 2018. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
EUROZONE-GREECE/STARTUPS
RTS1POXY 
May 03, 2018 
Dimitrios Papaderos, 93, looks at products made of processed leaves of seagrass at the manufacturing... 
Patras, Greece 
Papaderos looks at products made of processed leaves of seagrass at the manufacturing workshop of PHEE... 
Dimitrios Papaderos, 93, looks at products made of processed leaves of seagrass at the manufacturing workshop of PHEE in Patras, Greece, March 8, 2018. Picture taken March 8, 2018. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
EUROZONE-GREECE/STARTUPS
RTS1POXR 
May 03, 2018 
A mobile phone case made from processed leaves of seagrass in a bio-polymer frame is on display at the... 
Patras, Greece 
A mobile phone case made from processed leaves of seagrass in a bio-polymer frame is on display at the... 
A mobile phone case made from processed leaves of seagrass in a bio-polymer frame is on display at the manufacturing workshop of PHEE in Patras, Greece, March 8, 2018. Picture taken March 8, 2018. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
OIL-RIG/CUBA
RTR2ELVS 
May 31, 2010 
A man carries a Permit fish in Havana May 31, 2010. Cuba's northwest coast is considered most in danger... 
Havana, Cuba 
A man carries a Permit fish in Havana 
A man carries a Permit fish in Havana May 31, 2010. Cuba's northwest coast is considered most in danger from the BP oil spill in the U.S. part of the Gulf of Mexico. It is there that coral reefs, seagrass beds and mangroves provide major breeding grounds for many fish and sea creatures, including endangered migratory species like sea turtles, sharks and manatees. The Permit species inhabit the western Atlantic from Massachusetts to southeastern Brazil and is most abundant in southern Florida. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
OIL-RIG/CUBA
RTR2ELVQ 
May 31, 2010 
A man carries a Permit fish in Havana May 31, 2010. Cuba's northwest coast is considered most in danger... 
Havana, Cuba 
A man carries a Permit fish in Havana 
A man carries a Permit fish in Havana May 31, 2010. Cuba's northwest coast is considered most in danger from the BP oil spill in the U.S. part of the Gulf of Mexico. It is there that coral reefs, seagrass beds and mangroves provide major breeding grounds for many fish and sea creatures, including endangered migratory species like sea turtles, sharks and manatees. The Permit species inhabit the western Atlantic from Massachusetts to southeastern Brazil and is most abundant in southern Florida. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
ALASKA
RTXIAZY 
May 27, 1998 
The "Channel Channel," as it is called, shows nothing but the scenery of Gastineau Channel as captured... 
The "Channel Channel," as it is called, shows nothing but the scenery of Gastineau Channel as captur..... 
The "Channel Channel," as it is called, shows nothing but the scenery of Gastineau Channel as captured by a video camera propped up in a back window of the headquarters of GCI Cable, the local cable television provider. It is in Juneau, where viewers have embraced a cable station that broadcasts unending live footage from a section of the city's major waterway.The result is constant coverage of lapping waves, rolling fog, flocks of shorebirds, clumps of wind-rustled seagrass and the occasional movement of a floatplane or skiff across the forested horizon. Picture take 18MAY98. 
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