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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
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
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8Q
December 08, 2020
Pieces of plastic straws weighing 0.7 grams, which is the equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Pieces of plastic straws weighing 0.7 grams, which is the equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in one day, are displayed on a spoon in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 12, 2020. 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
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8P
December 08, 2020
Plastic cards weighing 7 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Plastic cards weighing 7 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in ten days, are displayed inside a hamburger in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 11, 2020. 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
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8N
December 08, 2020
Plastic cards weighing 7 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Plastic cards weighing 7 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in ten days, are displayed inside a tuna salad sandwich with a cup of milk in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 11, 2020. 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
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8M
December 08, 2020
Plastic buttons weighing 5 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Plastic buttons weighing 5 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in one week, are displayed with a cup of coffee in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, March 31, 2020. 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
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8L
December 08, 2020
Plastic caps weighing 62 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Plastic caps weighing 62 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in three months, are displayed inside a bamboo steamer basket in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 11, 2020. 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
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8J
December 08, 2020
Lego bricks weighing a total of 22 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Lego bricks weighing a total of 22 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in one month, are displayed on top of pieces of sushi rice in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 11, 2020. 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
RTX8EP8I
December 08, 2020
A face shield and a pair of plastic goggles used to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19),...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
A face shield and a pair of plastic goggles used to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), weighing 151 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in eight months, are displayed on top of a chopping board in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 12, 2020. 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
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8H
December 08, 2020
Plastic dice weighing 21 grams combined, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Plastic dice weighing 21 grams combined, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in one month, are displayed on a plate in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, March 31, 2020. 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
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8G
December 08, 2020
Various plastic goods weighing 1.3 kilograms, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Various plastic goods weighing 1.3 kilograms, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in five years, are displayed on a table in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 12, 2020. 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
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8E
December 08, 2020
Plastic toy beads weighing a total of 125 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Plastic toy beads weighing a total of 125 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in 6 months, are displayed inside a cereal bowl filled with milk in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, March 31, 2020. 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
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8D
December 08, 2020
Various plastic goods weighing 6.8 kilograms, which is the equivalent to the amount that someone could...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Various plastic goods weighing 6.8 kilograms, which is the equivalent to the amount that someone could eat in 27 years, are displayed on a table in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 12, 2020. 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
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8C
December 08, 2020
A plastic safety helmet weighing 248 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
A plastic safety helmet weighing 248 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in one year, is displayed on a dish in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, March 31, 2020. 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
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8B
December 08, 2020
Plastic ropes and plastic pipes weighing 510 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Plastic ropes and plastic pipes weighing 510 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in two years, are displayed on a table in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 12, 2020. 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
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP7Y
December 08, 2020
A plastic pipe weighing 1 kilogram, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
A plastic pipe weighing 1 kilogram, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in four years, is displayed on a cutting board in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, March 31, 2020. 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
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP7Z
December 08, 2020
Various plastic goods weighing 3.15 kilograms, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Various plastic goods weighing 3.15 kilograms, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in ten years, are displayed on a table in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, March 31, 2020. 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
RTX8EP81
December 08, 2020
Various plastic goods weighing 2.7 kilograms, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Various plastic goods weighing 2.7 kilograms, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in ten years, are displayed on a table in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, March 31, 2020. 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
USA-WATER/FISHERIES
RTS32WEX
February 21, 2020
Michael Dasher, Jr., measures and culls oysters as his father opens his tongs and drops shellfish pulled...
Eastpoint, UNITED STATES
Michael Dasher, Jr., measures and culls oysters as his father opens his tongs and drops shellfish pulled...
Michael Dasher, Jr., measures and culls oysters as his father opens his tongs and drops shellfish pulled from the bottom of Apalachicola Bay on to the culling board next to him as they work in Apalachicola Bay off Eastpoint, Florida, U.S. February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. REUTERS/Colin Hackley
USA-WATER/FISHERIES
RTS32WEU
February 21, 2020
Alicia Odum of Barber's Seafood in Eastpoint, Florida, U.S., removes meat from the shell of an oyster...
Eastpoint, UNITED STATES
Alicia Odum of Barber's Seafood in Eastpoint, Florida, U.S., removes meat from the shell of an oyster...
Alicia Odum of Barber's Seafood in Eastpoint, Florida, U.S., removes meat from the shell of an oyster from Texas, which the company is using to fulfill their orders as the Apalachicola Bay, which was once the company's only source for oysters no longer produces enough shellfish to meet demand, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. REUTERS/Colin Hackley
USA-WATER/FISHERIES
RTS32WEB
February 21, 2020
Peanut Shiver of Barber's Seafood in Eastpoint, Florida, U.S., washes oysters from Texas, which the company...
Eastpoint, UNITED STATES
Peanut Shiver of Barber's Seafood in Eastpoint, Florida, U.S., washes oysters from Texas after they were...
Peanut Shiver of Barber's Seafood in Eastpoint, Florida, U.S., washes oysters from Texas, which the company is using to fulfill their orders as the Apalachicola Bay, which was once the company's only source for oysters no longer produces enough shellfish to meet demand, after they were removed from their shells, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. REUTERS/Colin Hackley
USA-WATER/FISHERIES
RTS32WE9
February 21, 2020
The sun rises as a boat heads across Apalachicola Bay toward the oyster bars and a day of harvesting...
Eastpoint, UNITED STATES
The sun rises as a boat heads across Apalachicola Bay toward the oyster bars and a day of harvesting...
The sun rises as a boat heads across Apalachicola Bay toward the oyster bars and a day of harvesting shellfish off Eastpoint, Florida, U.S. February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. REUTERS/Colin Hackley
USA-WATER/FISHERIES
RTS32WE4
February 21, 2020
Alicia Odum of Barber's Seafood in Eastpoint, Florida, U.S., removes meat from the shell of an oyster...
Eastpoint, UNITED STATES
Alicia Odum of Barber's Seafood in Eastpoint, Florida, U.S., removes meat from the shell of an oyster...
Alicia Odum of Barber's Seafood in Eastpoint, Florida, U.S., removes meat from the shell of an oyster from Texas, which the company is using to fulfill their orders as the Apalachicola Bay, which was once the company's only source for oysters no longer produces enough shellfish to meet demand, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. REUTERS/Colin Hackley
CHINA-LAKE/
RTS2VKUM
December 20, 2019
On Jan. 1 2020, China will ban fishing in environmentally sensitive regions along the Yangtze, China's...
Jiujiang, China
The Wider Image: Fishermen cry foul as China bids to fix drought-hit lake
On Jan. 1 2020, China will ban fishing in environmentally sensitive regions along the Yangtze, China's longest river, and by the start of 2021, fishing throughout the Poyang itself will be prohibited for at least 10 years. Fan, who has worked half his life on the lake, said he and as many as 100,000 other fishermen were being unfairly blamed for mounting local environmental problems and must now find other ways to make a living. "Our sources of income have been cut off. We don't have anything else," he said. "To be honest, we shouldn't be collecting the coins at all because they are owned by the state, but it is only a tiny amount." The government says excessive fishing has brought stocks down to perilously low levels and put endangered species under threat, including China's last surviving river mammal, the Yangtze finless porpoise. But the Poyang, described by President Xi Jinping as a vital "kidney" filtering the water supplies of 40% of China's population, has also been hurt by intensive sand mining, untreated wastewater and the impact of the giant Three Gorges Dam some 560km (350 miles) upstream. Water in the Poyang, which spills off from the middle reaches of the Yangtze River in Jiangxi province, routinely declines in winter. But the lake is now at its lowest in 60 years. With little rain since July, hundreds of shrivelled anchovies and tiny shellfish have been baked into the exposed shoreline flats. REUTERS/Aly Song SEARCH "POYANG LAKE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching Text: CHINA-LAKE/ TEMPLATE OUT
OCEANS-TIDE/SHRIMP
RTX6H5P9
October 30, 2018
A villager holds an edible shellfish called lukan, found in the mangrove forests of Pitas, Sabah, Malaysia,...
PITAS, Malaysia
A villager holds an edible shellfish called lukan, found in the mangrove forests of Pitas
A villager holds an edible shellfish called lukan, found in the mangrove forests of Pitas, Sabah, Malaysia, July 6, 2018. Picture taken July 6, 2018. To match Special Report OCEANS-TIDE/SHRIMP REUTERS/Edgar Su
JAPAN-FISHMARKET/
RTS2448T
October 04, 2018
Shellfish are displayed for sale at the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo, Japan, September 29, 2018. REUTERS/Issei...
Tokyo, Japan
Shellfish are displayed for sale at the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo
Shellfish are displayed for sale at the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo, Japan, September 29, 2018. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN-FISHMARKET/
RTS23VFZ
October 02, 2018
Shellfish are displayed for sale at the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo, Japan, September 29, 2018. REUTERS/Issei...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: As historic Tsukiji market closes, fishmongers mourn
Shellfish are displayed for sale at the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo, Japan, September 29, 2018. REUTERS/Issei Kato SEARCH "TSUKIJI CLOSES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CROATIA-SLOVENIA/BORDER
RTX3ZWGC
December 29, 2017
A man seeks shellfish on the beach in Savudrija, Croatia, December 29, 2017. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
Savudrija, Croatia
A man seeks shellfish on the beach in Savudrija
A man seeks shellfish on the beach in Savudrija, Croatia, December 29, 2017. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
JAPAN-MINAMATA/VICTIMS
RTX3H7YW
September 20, 2017
The sister and brother-in-law of Minamata disease patient Jitsuko Tanaka, 64, take care of her as she...
Minamata, Japan
The Wider Image: Japan's mercury-poison victims fight to be heard
The sister and brother-in-law of Minamata disease patient Jitsuko Tanaka, 64, take care of her as she lies in bed at their home in Minamata, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan, September 12, 2017. Born in a family of shipbuilders whose home overlooks the Minamata bay, Tanaka used to play on the beach with her older sister, picking and eating shellfish, unaware it was contaminated with mercury. She was almost three, and her sister five, when they lost their ability to move their hands freely and walk properly, becoming the first to be identified as sufferers of Minamata disease. Minamata Bay, which was polluted by wastewater containing methylmercury decades ago, is seen from the window. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "MINAMATA VICTIMS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
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September 20, 2017
Jitsuko Tanaka, 64, one of the first people to be officially recognised as victims of Minamata disease,...
Minamata, Japan
The Wider Image: Japan's mercury-poison victims fight to be heard
Jitsuko Tanaka, 64, one of the first people to be officially recognised as victims of Minamata disease, is being comforted by her sister and brother-in-law at her home in Minamata, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan, September 12, 2017. Born in a family of shipbuilders whose home overlooks the Minamata bay, Tanaka used to play on the beach with her older sister, picking and eating shellfish, unaware it was contaminated with mercury. She was almost three, and her sister five, when they lost their ability to move their hands freely and walk properly, becoming the first to be identified as sufferers of Minamata disease. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "MINAMATA VICTIMS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
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August 18, 2017
A stall-holder sells shellfish at Borough Market in London, Britain August 18, 2017. REUTERS/Neil Hall...
London, United Kingdom
A stall-holder sells shellfish at Borough Market in London
A stall-holder sells shellfish at Borough Market in London, Britain August 18, 2017. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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May 19, 2017
Fish and shellfish are displayed at a stand as people eat traditional dish 'Ceviche' at a market in Surquillo...
Lima, Peru
Fish and shellfish are displayed at a stand as people eat traditional dish 'Ceviche' at a market in Surquillo...
Fish and shellfish are displayed at a stand as people eat traditional dish 'Ceviche' at a market in Surquillo district of Lima, Peru May 19, 2017. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
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May 19, 2017
Fish and shellfish are displayed at a stand as people eat traditional dish 'Ceviche' at a market in Surquillo...
Lima, Peru
Fish and shellfish are displayed at a stand as people eat traditional dish 'Ceviche' at a market in Surquillo...
Fish and shellfish are displayed at a stand as people eat traditional dish 'Ceviche' at a market in Surquillo district of Lima, Peru May 19, 2017. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
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April 25, 2017
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests gather near the sea to spawn in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21,...
Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests gather near the sea to spawn in Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests gather near the sea to spawn in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture taken on April 21, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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April 25, 2017
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests cross a highway on their way to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron,...
Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests cross a highway on their way to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron,...
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests cross a highway on their way to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture taken on April 21, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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April 25, 2017
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests climb a food hut on their way to spawn in the sea in Playa...
Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests climb a food hut on their way to spawn in the sea in Playa...
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests climb a food hut on their way to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture taken on April 21, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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April 25, 2017
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests gather near the sea to spawn in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21,...
Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests gather near the sea to spawn in Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests gather near the sea to spawn in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture taken on April 21, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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April 25, 2017
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests cross a highway on their way to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron,...
Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests cross a highway on their way to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron,...
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests cross a highway on their way to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 20, 2017. Picture taken on April 20, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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April 25, 2017
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests gather near the sea to spawn in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21,...
Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests gather near the sea to spawn in Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests gather near the sea to spawn in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture taken on April 21, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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April 25, 2017
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests gather near the sea to spawn in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21,...
Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests gather near the sea to spawn in Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests gather near the sea to spawn in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture taken on April 21, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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April 25, 2017
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests cross a highway on their way to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron,...
Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests cross a highway on their way to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron,...
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests cross a highway on their way to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture taken on April 21, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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April 25, 2017
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests spawn in the sea in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture...
Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests spawn in the sea in Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests spawn in the sea in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture taken on April 21, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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April 25, 2017
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests spawn in the sea in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture...
Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests spawn in the sea in Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests spawn in the sea in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture taken on April 21, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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April 25, 2017
A tourist steps near a crab about to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture taken...
Playa Giron, Cuba
A tourist steps near a crab about to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron, Cuba
A tourist steps near a crab about to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture taken on April 21, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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April 25, 2017
A crab coming from the surrounding forests reacts to the camera on its way to spawn in the sea in Playa...
Playa Giron, Cuba
A crab coming from the surrounding forests reacts to the camera on its way to spawn in the sea in Playa...
A crab coming from the surrounding forests reacts to the camera on its way to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture taken on April 21, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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April 25, 2017
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests cross a highway on their way to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron,...
Playa Giron, Cuba
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests cross a highway on their way to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron,...
Crabs coming from the surrounding forests cross a highway on their way to spawn in the sea in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture taken on April 21, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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April 25, 2017
Vultures eat smashed crabs on a highway in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture taken on April...
Playa Giron, Cuba
Vultures eat smashed crabs on a highway in Playa Giron, Cuba
Vultures eat smashed crabs on a highway in Playa Giron, Cuba, April 21, 2017. Picture taken on April 21, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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December 08, 2015
A man who was searching for shellfish walks pass a seagull along the beach at Hastings on the south coast...
Hastings, United Kingdom
A man who was searching for shellfish walks pass a seagull along the beach at Hastings on the south coast...
A man who was searching for shellfish walks pass a seagull along the beach at Hastings on the south coast of England, December 8, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs
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November 24, 2015
Shellfish and seafood are displayed at the fish department at the Carrefour supermarket in Lille, France,...
Lille, France
Shellfish and seafood are displayed at the fish department at the Carrefour supermarket in Lille
Shellfish and seafood are displayed at the fish department at the Carrefour supermarket in Lille, France, November 5, 2015. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
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March 21, 2015
A general view of people who dot the beach as they dig for shellfish during a record low tide in Saint...
Saint Malo, France
A general view of people who dot the beach as they dig for shellfish during a record low tide in Saint...
A general view of people who dot the beach as they dig for shellfish during a record low tide in Saint Malo, western France, March 21, 2015. Towns on France's North Atlantic coast braced for their first giant tide of the millennium on Saturday as the full moon and this week's solar eclipse combined to create an ocean surge not seen since 1997. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
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