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BRAZIL-ELECTION/RACE
RTSBE464 
August 24, 2022 
Shellfish gatherer Joselia Farias Pedro, 57, searches for siris near Ilha da Mare, Salvador, Bahia State,... 
Salvador, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Black Brazilians in remote 'quilombo' hamlets stand up to be counted 
Shellfish gatherer Joselia Farias Pedro, 57, searches for siris near Ilha da Mare, Salvador, Bahia State, Brazil August 24, 2022. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli SEARCH "PEROBELLI QUILOMBOS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/RACE
RTSBE461 
August 24, 2022 
Shellfish gatherer Joselia Farias Pedro, 57, holds a siri after catching it near Ilha da Mare, Salvador,... 
Salvador, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Black Brazilians in remote 'quilombo' hamlets stand up to be counted 
Shellfish gatherer Joselia Farias Pedro, 57, holds a siri after catching it near Ilha da Mare, Salvador, Bahia State, Brazil August 24, 2022. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli SEARCH "PEROBELLI QUILOMBOS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/RACE
RTSBE45X 
August 24, 2022 
Shellfish gatherer Noemia Farias Pedro, 48, washes recently collected shellfish near Ilha da Mare, Salvador,... 
Salvador, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Black Brazilians in remote 'quilombo' hamlets stand up to be counted 
Shellfish gatherer Noemia Farias Pedro, 48, washes recently collected shellfish near Ilha da Mare, Salvador, Bahia State, Brazil August 24, 2022. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli SEARCH "PEROBELLI QUILOMBOS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/RACE
RTSBE43L 
August 24, 2022 
Joselia Farias Pedro, 57, collects shellfish near Ilha de Mare, Salvador, Bahia State, Brazil, August... 
Salvador, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Black Brazilians in remote 'quilombo' hamlets stand up to be counted 
Joselia Farias Pedro, 57, collects shellfish near Ilha de Mare, Salvador, Bahia State, Brazil, August 24, 2022. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli SEARCH "PEROBELLI QUILOMBOS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/RACE
RTSBE43G 
August 24, 2022 
Noemia Farias Pedro, 48, carries a bucket of shellfish she collected back to Quilombo Maracana in Ilha... 
Salvador, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Black Brazilians in remote 'quilombo' hamlets stand up to be counted 
Noemia Farias Pedro, 48, carries a bucket of shellfish she collected back to Quilombo Maracana in Ilha da Mare, Salvador, Bahia State, Brazil, August 24, 2022. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli SEARCH "PEROBELLI QUILOMBOS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/RACE
RTSBE45T 
August 22, 2022 
Marizelha Carlos Lopes, 52, who is a local fisherwoman and environmental activist, poses for a photo... 
Salvador, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Black Brazilians in remote 'quilombo' hamlets stand up to be counted 
Marizelha Carlos Lopes, 52, who is a local fisherwoman and environmental activist, poses for a photo at Quilombo Bananeiras, Ilha de Mare, Salvador, Bahia State, Brazil August 22, 2022. Lopes' life, like that of many women living on Ilha da Mare, centers around the sea: she collects shellfish at dawn, shucks clams, and cracks crabs for meat that she feeds her family. "Being part of the census is a strategy for us, a strategy for resistance and change," she said. "One of our objectives is to escape an intentional invisibility." REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli SEARCH "PEROBELLI QUILOMBOS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/RACE
RTSBE45N 
August 18, 2022 
Marizelha Carlos Lopes, 52, who is a local fisherwoman and environmental activist, holds siris after... 
Salvador, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Black Brazilians in remote 'quilombo' hamlets stand up to be counted 
Marizelha Carlos Lopes, 52, who is a local fisherwoman and environmental activist, holds siris after taking the meat off them at Quilombo Bananeiras, Ilha de Mare, Salvador, Bahia State, Brazil August 18, 2022. Lopes' life, like that of many women living on Ilha da Mare, centers around the sea: she collects shellfish at dawn, shucks clams, and cracks crabs for meat that she feeds her family. "Being part of the census is a strategy for us, a strategy for resistance and change," she said. "One of our objectives is to escape an intentional invisibility." REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli SEARCH "PEROBELLI QUILOMBOS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/RACE
RTSBE45K 
August 18, 2022 
Marizelha Carlos Lopes, 52, who is a local fisherwoman and environmental activist, laughs as she talks... 
Salvador, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Black Brazilians in remote 'quilombo' hamlets stand up to be counted 
Marizelha Carlos Lopes, 52, who is a local fisherwoman and environmental activist, laughs as she talks to a friend (not pictured) at Quilombo Bananeiras, Ilha de Mare, Salvador, Bahia State, Brazil August 18, 2022. Lopes' life, like that of many women living on Ilha da Mare, centers around the sea: she collects shellfish at dawn, shucks clams, and cracks crabs for meat that she feeds her family. "Being part of the census is a strategy for us, a strategy for resistance and change," she said. "One of our objectives is to escape an intentional invisibility." REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli SEARCH "PEROBELLI QUILOMBOS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/RACE
RTSBE45J 
August 18, 2022 
Marizelha Carlos Lopes, 52, who is a local fisherwoman and environmental activist, takes the meat off... 
Salvador, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Black Brazilians in remote 'quilombo' hamlets stand up to be counted 
Marizelha Carlos Lopes, 52, who is a local fisherwoman and environmental activist, takes the meat off a siri at her mother's house at Quilombo Bananeiras, Ilha de Mare, Salvador, Bahia State, Brazil August 18, 2022. Lopes' life, like that of many women living on Ilha da Mare, centers around the sea: she collects shellfish at dawn, shucks clams, and cracks crabs for meat that she feeds her family. "Being part of the census is a strategy for us, a strategy for resistance and change," she said. "One of our objectives is to escape an intentional invisibility." REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli SEARCH "PEROBELLI QUILOMBOS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
EUROPE-WEATHER/BRITAIN
RTSA8C8N 
August 07, 2022 
Spider crabs are seen near Porthgwidden beach in St Ives, Cornwall, Britain, August 7, 2022. REUTERS/Tom... 
St Ives, United Kingdom 
Spider crabs are seen near Porthgwidden beach in St Ives, Cornwall 
Spider crabs are seen near Porthgwidden beach in St Ives, Cornwall, Britain, August 7, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Nicholson 
USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTS8TV11 
June 19, 2022 
Shellfish cling to the Santa Monica Pier by the Pacific Ocean in Santa Monica, California, U.S., June... 
Santa Monica, UNITED STATES 
Shellfish cling to the Santa Monica Pier by the Pacific Ocean in Santa Monica 
Shellfish cling to the Santa Monica Pier by the Pacific Ocean in Santa Monica, California, U.S., June 19, 2022. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson 
USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTS8TV0K 
June 19, 2022 
Shellfish cling to the Santa Monica Pier by the Pacific Ocean in Santa Monica, California, U.S., June... 
Santa Monica, UNITED STATES 
Shellfish cling to the Santa Monica Pier by the Pacific Ocean in Santa Monica 
Shellfish cling to the Santa Monica Pier by the Pacific Ocean in Santa Monica, California, U.S., June 19, 2022. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson 
SLOVAKIA-HUNGARY/RIVER-POLLUTION
RTS7ZFP3 
May 18, 2022 
Tibor Varga, a local angler and activist, shows dead crayfish from the Slana river polluted by water... 
Betliar, Slovakia 
Slovak river turns orange from contamination 
Tibor Varga, a local angler and activist, shows dead crayfish from the Slana river polluted by water containing high levels of iron from an iron ore mine near Betliar, Slovakia May 18, 2022. Picture taken May 18, 2022. REUTERS/Marton Monus REFILE - CORRECTING CONTAMINANT 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAJJ 
November 18, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen carry rakes, buckets and floats before collecting clams and cockles in the Noia estuary,... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen carry rakes, buckets and floats before collecting clams and cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 18, 2021. Picture taken November 18, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAJH 
November 18, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen wear their wetsuits next to their cars before they collect cockles and clams in the... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen wear their wetsuits next to their cars before they collect cockles and clams in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 18, 2021. Picture taken November 18, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAJF 
November 18, 2021 
A shellfisherwoman picks up her rake before she collects cockles and clams in the Noia estuary, where... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
A shellfisherwoman picks up her rake before she collects cockles and clams in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 18, 2021. Picture taken November 18, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAJE 
November 18, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen walk to pick up their rakes and floats before collecting cockles and clams in the Noia... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen walk to pick up their rakes and floats before collecting cockles and clams in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 18, 2021. Picture taken November 18, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGL 
November 18, 2021 
Alida Elena, 35, who is one of the new generation of shellfisherwomen and Mari Carmen Rosende Mayo, 65,... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Alida Elena, 35, who is one of the new generation of shellfisherwomen and Mari Carmen Rosende Mayo, 65, who retires at the end of December, embrace at the end their work at Noia port, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 18, 2021. Picture taken November 18, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGR 
November 18, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen use rakes as they collect cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen use rakes as they collect cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 18, 2021. Picture taken November 18, 2021. Picture taken with drone. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGM 
November 18, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen use rakes as they collect cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen use rakes as they collect cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 18, 2021. Picture taken November 18, 2021. Picture taken with drone. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGN 
November 18, 2021 
Mari Carmen Rosende Mayo, 65, who is a shellfisherwoman and retires at the end of December, uses a rake... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Mari Carmen Rosende Mayo, 65, who is a shellfisherwoman and retires at the end of December, uses a rake as she collects cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 18, 2021. Picture taken November 18, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGY 
November 18, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen use rakes as they collect cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen use rakes as they collect cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 18, 2021. Picture taken November 18, 2021. Picture taken with drone. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGW 
November 18, 2021 
Alida Elena, 35, who is a shellfisherwoman and is one of the new generation, uses a rake as she collects... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Alida Elena, 35, who is a shellfisherwoman and is one of the new generation, uses a rake as she collects clams in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 18, 2021. Picture taken November 18, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGS 
November 18, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen wait to sell cockles and clams at a fish market in the Noia port, where more or less... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen wait to sell cockles and clams at a fish market in the Noia port, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 18, 2021. Picture taken November 18, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGP 
November 18, 2021 
A shellfisherwoman uses a rake as she collects cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
A shellfisherwoman uses a rake as she collects cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 18, 2021. Picture taken November 18, 2021. Picture taken with drone. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAJI 
November 17, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen wait for their time to start collecting cockles and clams in the Noia estuary, where... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen wait for their time to start collecting cockles and clams in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 17, 2021. Picture taken November 17, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAJG 
November 17, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen use rakes as they collect clams in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen use rakes as they collect clams in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 17, 2021. Picture taken November 17, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAJA 
November 17, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen use rakes as they collect cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen use rakes as they collect cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 17, 2021. Picture taken November 17, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAJ8 
November 17, 2021 
Marisol, who is a shellfisherwoman, uses a rake as she collects clams in the Noia estuary, where more... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Marisol, who is a shellfisherwoman, uses a rake as she collects clams in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 17, 2021. Picture taken with slow shutter speed on November 17, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAJ5 
November 17, 2021 
A shellfisherwoman uses a rake as she collects cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
A shellfisherwoman uses a rake as she collects cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 17, 2021. Picture taken November 17, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGV 
November 17, 2021 
A shellfisherwoman uses a rake as she collects cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
A shellfisherwoman uses a rake as she collects cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 17, 2021. Picture taken November 17, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGU 
November 17, 2021 
A shellfisherwoman carries her rake and float after collecting clams and cockles in the Noia estuary,... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
A shellfisherwoman carries her rake and float after collecting clams and cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 17, 2021. Picture taken November 17, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGT 
November 17, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen carry cockles and clams in buckets to sell them at a fish market in the Noia port, where... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen carry cockles and clams in buckets to sell them at a fish market in the Noia port, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 17, 2021. Picture taken November 17, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAC1 
November 17, 2021 
A shellfisherwoman uses a rake as she shows a clam on her hand after collecting them in the Noia estuary,... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
A shellfisherwoman uses a rake as she shows a clam on her hand after collecting them in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 17, 2021. Picture taken November 17, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAJL 
November 16, 2021 
A shellfisherwoman uses a rake as she collects cockles in the Noia estuary, where mores or less 4000... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
A shellfisherwoman uses a rake as she collects cockles in the Noia estuary, where mores or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain November 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAJ9 
November 16, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen use rakes as they collect cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen use rakes as they collect cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 16, 2021. Picture taken November 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAJ7 
November 16, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen carry cockles in buckets and clams in net sacks before weighing them in the Noia estuary,... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen carry cockles in buckets and clams in net sacks before weighing them in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 16, 2021. Picture taken November 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAJ6 
November 16, 2021 
A shellfisherwoman uses a rake as she collects clams in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
A shellfisherwoman uses a rake as she collects clams in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 16, 2021. Picture taken November 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGO 
November 16, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen carry rakes after collecting cockles and clams before weighing them in the Noia estuary,... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen carry rakes after collecting cockles and clams before weighing them in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 16, 2021. Picture taken November 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGQ 
November 16, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen carry cockles in buckets and clams in net sacks before weighing them in the Noia estuary,... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen carry cockles in buckets and clams in net sacks before weighing them in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 16, 2021. Picture taken November 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGX 
November 16, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen carry rakes and floats after collecting clams and cockles in the Noia estuary, where... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen carry rakes and floats after collecting clams and cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 16, 2021. Picture taken November 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGJ 
November 16, 2021 
Conchita, 58, a shellfisherwoman, gestures as her clams in net sacks are weighed up in the Noia estuary,... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Conchita, 58, a shellfisherwoman, gestures as her clams in net sacks are weighed up in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 16, 2021. Picture taken November 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAGK 
November 16, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen carry cockles and clams as they weigh them in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen carry cockles and clams as they weigh them in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 16, 2021. Picture taken November 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYABZ 
November 16, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen's rakes are pictured as clams and cockles are weighed in the Noia estuary, where more... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen's rakes are pictured as clams and cockles are weighed in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 16, 2021. Picture taken November 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAJK 
November 15, 2021 
A shellfisherwoman uses a rake as she collects cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
A shellfisherwoman uses a rake as she collects cockles in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 15, 2021. Picture taken November 15, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
SPAIN-WOMEN/SHELLFISH
RTXKYAJD 
November 15, 2021 
Shellfisherwomen use rakes as they collect clams in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen... 
Noia, Spain 
Galicia's traditional shell-fisherwomen pass the torch to a new generation 
Shellfisherwomen use rakes as they collect clams in the Noia estuary, where more or less 4000 shellfisherwomen work on foot along the inlets of the Spanish region of Galicia, Spain, November 15, 2021. Picture taken November 15, 2021. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/GREECE-MUSSELS
RTXHA6H3 
September 15, 2021 
Mussel farmers Stefanos Sougioultzis, Sotiris Tsaras and president of local shellfishing association... 
THERMAIC GULF, Greece 
Rising temperatures ravage Greece's mussels 
Mussel farmers Stefanos Sougioultzis, Sotiris Tsaras and president of local shellfishing association "Poseidon" Konstantinos Vervitis are seen onboard Sougioultzis' boat in the Thermaic Gulf, Greece, September 15, 2021. Picture taken September 15, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
CHILE-TECHNOLOGY/SPACEX
RTXFVO2R 
August 07, 2021 
Carlos Guerrero, 40, prepares to dive and extract shellfish from a marine farming center in the Reloncavi... 
SOTOMO, Chile 
The Wider Image: Elon Musk's satellites beam internet into Chilean boy's life 
Carlos Guerrero, 40, prepares to dive and extract shellfish from a marine farming center in the Reloncavi Estuary, in the village of Sotomo outside the town of Cochamo, Los Lagos region, southern Chile, August 7, 2021. Picture taken August 7, 2021. Sotomo stands out against a mist-swathed row of rocky outcrops jutting out into the Pacific Ocean. It can be accessed only by boat. For decades, its inhabitants have survived by catching mussels and fish to sell at market, which is a five-hour round-trip by boat. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza SEARCH "SOTOMO SANHUEZA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENVIRONMENT-ITALY/ILLEGAL FISHING
RTXC34O8 
April 28, 2021 
A boat is seen near the Faraglioni giant rocks off the coast of Capri, where the surrounding seabed has... 
Capri, Italy 
Capri’s coastline damaged by illegal fishing of endangered mussels 
A boat is seen near the Faraglioni giant rocks off the coast of Capri, where the surrounding seabed has been devastated by illegal fishing of valuable shellfish known as date mussels, in Capri, Italy, April 28, 2021. Picture taken April 28, 2021. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
ENVIRONMENT-ITALY/ILLEGAL FISHING
RTXC34O7 
April 28, 2021 
Paola Mazzina, a councillor leading a project to turn the surrounding area of the island into a protected... 
Capri, Italy 
Capri’s coastline damaged by illegal fishing of endangered mussels 
Paola Mazzina, a councillor leading a project to turn the surrounding area of the island into a protected marine reserve, looks on at a terrace overlooking the Faraglioni giant rocks off the coast of Capri, where the seabed has been devastated by illegal fishing of valuable shellfish known as date mussels, in Capri, Italy, April 28, 2021. Picture taken April 28, 2021. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
ENVIRONMENT-ITALY/ILLEGAL FISHING
RTXC34L1 
April 28, 2021 
A view of the Faraglioni giant rocks off the coast of Capri, where the surrounding seabed has been devastated... 
Capri, Italy 
Capri’s coastline damaged by illegal fishing of endangered mussels 
A view of the Faraglioni giant rocks off the coast of Capri, where the surrounding seabed has been devastated by illegal fishing of valuable shellfish known as date mussels, in Capri, Italy, April 28, 2021. Picture taken April 28, 2021. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
ENVIRONMENT-ITALY/ILLEGAL FISHING
RTXC34L0 
April 28, 2021 
A view of the Faraglioni giant rocks off the coast of Capri, where the surrounding seabed has been devastated... 
Capri, Italy 
Capri’s coastline damaged by illegal fishing of endangered mussels 
A view of the Faraglioni giant rocks off the coast of Capri, where the surrounding seabed has been devastated by illegal fishing of valuable shellfish known as date mussels, in Capri, Italy, April 28, 2021. Picture taken April 28, 2021. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
ENVIRONMENT-ITALY/ILLEGAL FISHING
RTXC34KZ 
April 28, 2021 
A view of the Faraglioni giant rocks off the coast of Capri, where the surrounding seabed has been devastated... 
Capri, Italy 
Capri’s coastline damaged by illegal fishing of endangered mussels 
A view of the Faraglioni giant rocks off the coast of Capri, where the surrounding seabed has been devastated by illegal fishing of valuable shellfish known as date mussels, in Capri, Italy, April 28, 2021. Picture taken April 28, 2021. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
ENVIRONMENT-ITALY/ILLEGAL FISHING
RTXC34KY 
April 28, 2021 
A view of the Faraglioni giant rocks off the coast of Capri, where the surrounding seabed has been devastated... 
Capri, Italy 
Capri's coastline damaged by illegal fishing of endangered mussels 
A view of the Faraglioni giant rocks off the coast of Capri, where the surrounding seabed has been devastated by illegal fishing of valuable shellfish known as date mussels, in Capri, Italy, April 28, 2021. Picture taken April 28, 2021. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
USA-RACE/NEW YORK
RTXATF4K 
March 25, 2021 
A crab is pictured in a box of crayfish at a fish store in Chinatown amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)... 
New York, USA 
A crab is pictured in a box of crayfish at a fish store in Chinatown in New York City 
A crab is pictured in a box of crayfish at a fish store in Chinatown amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in New York City, New York, U.S., March 25, 2021. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri 
USA-RACE/NEW YORK
RTXATERL 
March 25, 2021 
A container of crabs is pictured at a fish store in Chinatown amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)... 
New York, USA 
A container of crabs is pictured at a fish store in Chinatown in New York City 
A container of crabs is pictured at a fish store in Chinatown amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in New York City, New York, U.S., March 25, 2021. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri 
BRITAIN-EU/FISH
RTX8JEK4 
December 31, 2020 
An oyster fisherman Adam Spargo speaks to a shellfish exporter on the phone after dredging for oysters... 
MYLOR, United Kingdom 
Oyster fisherman Adam Spargo speaks to a shellfish exporter on the phone after dredging for oysters on... 
An oyster fisherman Adam Spargo speaks to a shellfish exporter on the phone after dredging for oysters on his traditional, sail-powered boat "Mistress" in the Fal Estuary, Cornwall, Britain, December 30, 2020. Picture taken December 30, 2020. REUTERS/Tom Nicholson 
BRITAIN-EU/FISH
RTX8JEJC 
December 31, 2020 
Martin Laity, director of Sailors Creek Shellfish, a shellfish exporter, shows oysters caught from the... 
MYLOR, United Kingdom 
Martin Laity, director of Sailors Creek Shellfish, a shellfish exporter, shows oysters caught from the... 
Martin Laity, director of Sailors Creek Shellfish, a shellfish exporter, shows oysters caught from the Fal Estuary, that are being purified in tanks before being exported, in Flushing, Cornwall, Britain, December 30, 2020. Picture taken December 30, 2020. REUTERS/Tom Nicholson. 
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EU9J 
December 08, 2020 
What's for dinner? Lego sushi, credit card burgers, or a well-done piece of PVC pipe? These examples... 
Tokyo, Japan 
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating? 
What's for dinner? Lego sushi, credit card burgers, or a well-done piece of PVC pipe? These examples may sound extreme, but can easily represent over time the cumulative amount of microscopic pieces of plastic we consume every day. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EPDK 
December 08, 2020 
What's for dinner? Lego sushi, credit card burgers, or a well-done piece of PVC pipe? These examples... 
Tokyo, Japan 
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating? 
What's for dinner? Lego sushi, credit card burgers, or a well-done piece of PVC pipe? These examples may sound extreme, but can easily represent over time the cumulative amount of microscopic pieces of plastic we consume every day. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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