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CHINA-TIGER/
RTR29QWD
February 02, 2010
A worker at the Suzhou South China Conservation Base carries a seven-week-old tiger cub back into it's...
Suzhou, China
A worker at the Suzhou South China Conservation Base carries a seven-week-old tiger cub back into it's...
A worker at the Suzhou South China Conservation Base carries a seven-week-old tiger cub back into it's pen after feeding it, February 2, 2010. Now one of the world's rarest and most elusive of mammals, the South China tiger is a species fully protected by the Chinese government, with none found so far to be remaining in the wild. Suzhou South China Conservation Base is one of the biggest of its kind in China and the largest one with 14 tigers and one seven-week-old cub at the moment. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)
CHINA-TIGER/
RTR29QW0
February 02, 2010
Ximing Sun, a worker at the Suzhou South China Conservation Base, holds a seven-week-old tiger cub after...
Suzhou, China
Ximing Sun, a worker at the Suzhou South China Conservation Base, holds a seven-week-old tiger cub after...
Ximing Sun, a worker at the Suzhou South China Conservation Base, holds a seven-week-old tiger cub after feeding it, February 2, 2010. Now one of the world's rarest and most elusive of mammals, the South China tiger is a species fully protected by the Chinese government, with none found so far to be remaining in the wild. Suzhou South China Conservation Base is one of the biggest of its kind in China and the largest one with 14 tigers and one seven-week-old cub at the moment. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)
CHINA-TIGER/
RTR29QVW
February 02, 2010
A South China tiger walks in its cage at the Suzhou South China Conservation Base February 2, 2010. Now...
Suzhou, China
A South China tiger walks in its cage at the Suzhou South China Conservation Base
A South China tiger walks in its cage at the Suzhou South China Conservation Base February 2, 2010. Now one of the world's rarest and most elusive of mammals, the South China tiger is a species fully protected by the Chinese government, with none found so far to be remaining in the wild. Suzhou South China Conservation Base is one of the biggest of its kind in China and the largest one with 14 tigers and one seven-week-old cub at the moment. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)
CHINA-TIGER/
RTR29QVU
February 02, 2010
A South China tiger is seen after being fed in his cage at the Suzhou South China Conservation Base February...
Suzhou, China
A South China tiger is seen after being fed in his cage at the Suzhou South China Conservation Base
A South China tiger is seen after being fed in his cage at the Suzhou South China Conservation Base February 2, 2010. Now one of the world's rarest and most elusive of mammals, the South China tiger is a species fully protected by the Chinese government, with none found so far to be remaining in the wild. Suzhou South China Conservation Base is one of the biggest of its kind in China and the largest one with 14 tigers and one seven-week-old cub at the moment. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)
GOLF-CHAMPIONS/
RTXQF4Q
November 06, 2009
Tiger Woods of the U.S. reaches for the ball as he plays on the 8th hole during the 2009 HSBC Champions...
Shanghai, China
Tiger Woods of the U.S. reaches for the ball as he plays on the 8th hole during the 2009 HSBC Champions...
Tiger Woods of the U.S. reaches for the ball as he plays on the 8th hole during the 2009 HSBC Champions golf tournament in Shanghai November 6, 2009. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA SPORT GOLF)
CHINA/
RTXQALV
November 03, 2009
Yang Yong-eun of South Korea, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods of the U.S. and defending champion Sergio...
Shanghai, China
Yang, Mickelson and Woods and defending champion Garcia take a shot during a promotional event for the...
Yang Yong-eun of South Korea, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods of the U.S. and defending champion Sergio Garcia of Spain (L-R) take a shot during a promotional event for the upcoming HSBC golf tournament on the riverbank in Shanghai November 3, 2009. The tournament starts in Shanghai on Thursday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA SPORT GOLF)
CHINA/
RTXQALH
November 03, 2009
Golfers Tiger Woods (R) of the U.S. and compatriot Phil Mickelson take a shot during a promotional event...
Shanghai, China
Golfers Woods of the U.S. and compatriot Mickelson take a shot during a promotional event for the upcoming...
Golfers Tiger Woods (R) of the U.S. and compatriot Phil Mickelson take a shot during a promotional event for the upcoming HSBC golf tournament on the riverbank in Shanghai November 3, 2009. The tournament starts in Shanghai on Thursday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA SPORT GOLF IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA/
RTXQAIZ
November 03, 2009
Golfers Sergio Garcia of Spain, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson of the U.S. and Yang Yong-eun of South...
Shanghai, China
Golfers Garcia, Woods, Mickelson and Yang pose for a photo during a promotional event for the upcoming...
Golfers Sergio Garcia of Spain, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson of the U.S. and Yang Yong-eun of South Korea (L-R) pose for a photo during a promotional event for the upcoming HSBC golf tournament on the riverbank in Shanghai November 3, 2009. The tournament will start on Thursday in Shanghai. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA SPORT GOLF)
Animals
Animals
'Save China's Tigers' Breeding Project in South Africa - 19 Sep 2008
9 PICTURES
SAFRICA/
RTR221HB
September 18, 2008
A six-month old cub prowls at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18, 2008. The "Save...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
A six-month old cub prowls at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis
A six-month old cub prowls at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18, 2008. The "Save China's Tigers" is a breeding project, where the cubs are born under natural conditions without human help,the tigers are taught to survive in the wild. Only about 76 South China Tigers exist in captivity and some believe that fewer than 30 survive in the wild, according to the organisation.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
RTR221H6
September 18, 2008
A six-month old cub looks on at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18, 2008. The "Save...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
A six-month old cub looks on at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis
A six-month old cub looks on at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18, 2008. The "Save China's Tigers" is a breeding project, where the cubs are born under natural conditions without human help,the tigers are taught to survive in the wild. Only about 76 South China Tigers exist in captivity and some believe that fewer than 30 survive in the wild, according to the organisation.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
RTR221GV
September 18, 2008
A six-month old cub walks with one of his parents at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
A six-month old cub walks with one of his parents at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis
A six-month old cub walks with one of his parents at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18, 2008. The "Save China's Tigers" is a breeding project, where the cubs are born under natural conditions without human help,the tigers are taught to survive in the wild. Only about 76 South China Tigers exist in captivity and some believe that fewer than 30 survive in the wild, according to the organisation.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
RTR221GN
September 18, 2008
A six-month old cub walks next to his parents at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
A six-month old cub walks next to his parents at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis
A six-month old cub walks next to his parents at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18, 2008. The "Save China's Tigers" is a breeding project, where the cubs are born under natural conditions without human help,the tigers are taught to survive in the wild. Only about 76 South China Tigers exist in captivity and some believe that fewer than 30 survive in the wild, according to the organisation. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
RTR221GK
September 18, 2008
A six-month old cub walks with one of his parents at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
A six-month old cub walks with one of his parents at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis
A six-month old cub walks with one of his parents at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18, 2008. The "Save China's Tigers" is a breeding project, where the cubs are born under natural conditions without human help,the tigers are taught to survive in the wild. Only about 76 South China Tigers exist in captivity and some believe that fewer than 30 survive in the wild, according to the organisation.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
RTR221FQ
September 18, 2008
One of two one month old tiger cub is seen at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18,...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
One of two one month old cub is seen at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis
One of two one month old tiger cub is seen at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18, 2008. Endangered South China Tigress named Madonna gave birth to them as part of the "Save China's Tigers" breeding project, where the cubs were born under natural conditions without human help. Madonna and the cubs' father TigerWoods were born in captivity in China, then brought to South Africa to learn to survive in the wild. Only about 76 South China Tigers exist in captivity and some believe that fewer than 30 survive in the wild, according to the organisation.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
RTR221FO
September 18, 2008
One month-old tiger cubs are seen at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18, 2008. Endangered...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
One month-old cubs are seen at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis
One month-old tiger cubs are seen at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18, 2008. Endangered South China Tigress named Madonna gave birth to them as part of the "Save China's Tigers" breeding project, where the cubs were born under natural conditions without human help. Madonna and the cubs' father TigerWoods were born in captivity in China, then brought to South Africa to learn to survive in the wild. Only about 76 South China Tigers exist in captivity and some believe that fewer than 30 survive in the wild, according to the organisation.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
RTR221FK
September 18, 2008
One of two one month old cub is seen at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18, 2008....
Bloemfontein, South Africa
One of two one month old cub is seen at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis
One of two one month old cub is seen at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18, 2008. Endangered South China Tigress named Madonna gave birth to them as part of the "Save China's Tigers" breeding project, where the cubs were born under natural conditions without human help. Madonna and the cubs' father TigerWoods were born in captivity in China, then brought to South Africa to learn to survive in the wild. Only about 76 South China Tigers exist in captivity and some believe that fewer than 30 survive in the wild, according to the organisation.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
RTR221FH
September 18, 2008
One month-old cubs are seen at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18, 2008. Endangered...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
One month-old cubs are seen at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis
One month-old cubs are seen at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18, 2008. Endangered South China Tigress named Madonna gave birth to them as part of the "Save China's Tigers" breeding project, where the cubs were born under natural conditions without human help. Madonna and the cubs' father TigerWoods were born in captivity in China, then brought to South Africa to learn to survive in the wild. Only about 76 South China Tigers exist in captivity and some believe that fewer than 30 survive in the wild, according to the organisation.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
Animals
Animals
South China Tigers Teeter on Brink of Extinction - 10 Jul 2008
10 PICTURES
CHINA-TIGERS/
RTX7SZD
July 10, 2008
A South China Tiger is seen at Shanghai zoo in Shanghai July 8, 2008. REUTERS/Aly Song(CHINA)
Shanghai, China
A South China Tiger is seen at Shanghai zoo in Shanghai
A South China Tiger is seen at Shanghai zoo in Shanghai July 8, 2008. REUTERS/Aly Song(CHINA)
CHINA-TIGERS/
RTX7SRB
July 10, 2008
A South China tiger is pictured at Shanghai zoo July 8, 2008. Hunting and deforestation have driven China's...
Shanghai, China
To match feature CHINA-TIGERS/
A South China tiger is pictured at Shanghai zoo July 8, 2008. Hunting and deforestation have driven China's tigers close to extinction -- with none seen or captured in the past 20 years. Now, conservationists are demanding China's government help prevent these tigers from becoming extinct. Picture taken July 8, 2008. To match feature CHINA-TIGERS/ REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA-TIGERS/
RTX7SRA
July 10, 2008
A South China tiger is seen at Shanghai zoo July 8, 2008. Hunting and deforestation have driven China's...
Shanghai, China
To match feature CHINA-TIGERS/
A South China tiger is seen at Shanghai zoo July 8, 2008. Hunting and deforestation have driven China's tigers close to extinction -- with none seen or captured in the past 20 years. Now, conservationists are demanding China's government help prevent these tigers from becoming extinct. Picture taken July 8, 2008. To match feature CHINA-TIGERS/ REUTERS/Aly Song(CHINA)
CHINA-TIGERS/
RTX7SR9
July 10, 2008
A South China tiger is seen at Shanghai zoo, July 8, 2008. Hunting and deforestation have driven China's...
Shanghai, China
To match feature CHINA-TIGERS/
A South China tiger is seen at Shanghai zoo, July 8, 2008. Hunting and deforestation have driven China's tigers close to extinction -- with none seen or captured in the past 20 years. Now, conservationists are demanding China's government help prevent these tigers from becoming extinct. Picture taken July 8, 2008. To match feature CHINA-TIGERS/ REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA-TIGERS/
RTX7SR8
July 10, 2008
A South China tiger is pictured at Shanghai zoo, July 8, 2008. Hunting and deforestation have driven...
Shanghai, China
To match feature CHINA-TIGERS/
A South China tiger is pictured at Shanghai zoo, July 8, 2008. Hunting and deforestation have driven China's tigers close to extinction -- with none seen or captured in the past 20 years. Now, conservationists are demanding China's government help prevent these tigers from becoming extinct. Picture taken July 8, 2008. To match feature CHINA-TIGERS/ REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
Animals
Animals
Rare Tiger Cub Born in South Africa - 05 Dec 2007
7 PICTURES
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTX4E0C
December 04, 2007
An 11 day-old male South China tiger cub is seen in the Free State province of South Africa,December...
PHILLIPOLIS, South Africa
An 11 day-old male South China tiger cub is seen in the Free State province of South Africa
An 11 day-old male South China tiger cub is seen in the Free State province of South Africa,December 4, 2007. It is the first time the animal has been born outside China, the Save China's Tigers organization said on Sunday. The cub was born healthy and larger than normal at 1.2 kilograms on a wildlife conservation reserve, the group said in a statement. The cub was being hand-reared and would be taught to hunt for itself. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)QUALITY REPEAT-REQUEST
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTX4E0A
December 04, 2007
An 11 day-old male South China tiger cub is seen in the Free State province of South Africa, December...
PHILLIPOLIS, South Africa
An 11 day-old male South China tiger cub is seen in the Free State province of South Africa
An 11 day-old male South China tiger cub is seen in the Free State province of South Africa, December 4, 2007. It is the first time the animal has been born outside China, the Save China's Tigers organization said on Sunday. The cub was born healthy and larger than normal at 1.2 kilograms on a wildlife conservation reserve, the group said in a statement. The cub was being hand-reared and would be taught to hunt for itself. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTX4DWT
December 04, 2007
A South China tiger known as Cathy, mother of an 11 day-old male, is seen in the Free State province...
PHILLIPOLIS, South Africa
South China tiger known as Cathy,mother of an 11 day-old male cub looks on in the Free State province...
A South China tiger known as Cathy, mother of an 11 day-old male, is seen in the Free State province of South Africa, December 4, 2007. It is the first time the animal has been born outside China, the Save China's Tigers organization said on Sunday.The cub was born healthy and larger than normal at 1.2 kilograms on a wildlife conservation reserve, the group said in a statement. The cub was being hand-reared and would be taught to hunt for itself. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-TIGER
RTX4DWQ
December 04, 2007
A South China tiger known as Cathy, mother of an 11 day-old male cub, is seen in the Free State province...
PHILLIPOLIS, South Africa
South China tiger known as Cathy,mother of an 11 day-old male cub looks on in the Free State province...
A South China tiger known as Cathy, mother of an 11 day-old male cub, is seen in the Free State province of South Africa,December 4, 2007. It is the first time the animal has been born outside China, the Save China's Tigers organization said on Sunday.The cub was born healthy and larger than normal at 1.2 kilograms on a wildlife conservation reserve, the group said in a statement. The cub was being hand-reared and would be taught to hunt for itself. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTX4DWL
December 04, 2007
A South China tiger known as Tiger Woods, father of a 11 day-old male cub, is seen in the Free State...
PHILLIPOLIS, South Africa
South China tiger known as Tiger Woods, father of a 11 day-old male cub looks on in the Free State province...
A South China tiger known as Tiger Woods, father of a 11 day-old male cub, is seen in the Free State province of South Africa December 4,2007. It is the first time the animal has been born outside China, the Save China's Tigers organization said on Sunday.The cub was born healthy and larger than normal at 1.2 kilograms on a wildlife conservation reserve, the group said in a statement. The cub was being hand-reared and would be taught to hunt for itself. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTX4DWK
December 04, 2007
An 11 day-old male South China tiger cub is hand fed in the Free State province of South Africa,December...
PHILLIPOLIS, South Africa
An 11 day-old male South China tiger cub is hand fed in the Free State province of South Africa
An 11 day-old male South China tiger cub is hand fed in the Free State province of South Africa,December 04,2007. It is the first time the animal has been born outside China, the Save China's Tigers organization said on Sunday. The cub was born healthy and larger than normal at 1.2 kilograms on a wildlife conservation reserve, the group said in a statement. The cub was being hand-reared and would be taught to hunt for itself. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTX4DWJ
December 04, 2007
A South China tiger known as Tiger Woods, father of a 11 day-old male cub, is seen in the Free State...
PHILLIPOLIS, South Africa
South China tiger known as Tiger Woods, father of a 11 day-old male cub is seen in the Free State province...
A South China tiger known as Tiger Woods, father of a 11 day-old male cub, is seen in the Free State province of South Africa December 4,2007. It is the first time the animal has been born outside China, the Save China's Tigers organization said on Sunday.The cub was born healthy and larger than normal at 1.2 kilograms on a wildlife conservation reserve, the group said in a statement. The cub was being hand-reared and would be taught to hunt for itself. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTX4DWI
December 04, 2007
An 11 day-old male South China tiger cub is seen in the Free State province of South Africa,December...
PHILLIPOLIS, South Africa
An 11 day-old male South China tiger cub is seen in the Free State province of South Africa
An 11 day-old male South China tiger cub is seen in the Free State province of South Africa,December 04,2007. It is the first time the animal has been born outside China, the Save China's Tigers organization said on Sunday. The cub was born healthy and larger than normal at 1.2 kilograms on a wildlife conservation reserve, the group said in a statement. The cub was being hand-reared and would be taught to hunt for itself. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTX4DWG
December 04, 2007
An 11 day-old male South China tiger cub snarls on in the Free State province of South Africa, December...
PHILLIPOLIS, South Africa
An male tiger cub snarls in the Free State province of South Africa
An 11 day-old male South China tiger cub snarls on in the Free State province of South Africa, December 4, 2007. It is the first time an animal has been born outside China, the Save China's Tigers organization said on Sunday. The cub was born healthy and larger than normal at 1.2 kilograms on a wildlife conservation reserve, the group said in a statement. The cub was being hand-reared and would be taught to hunt for itself. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTR1V44D
July 12, 2007
A South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence, growls while at the David Tang Tiger Breeding...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE A South China tiger is seen at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center in Philippolis...
A South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence, growls while at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center at Philippolis outside Bloemfontein, July 12, 2007. The four-year-old male, known only by his breeding registry number "327", is to be paired with a young female of the same species in a South African reserve. The idea is for the tigers to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
Animals
Animals
Endangered South China Tigers at South African Breeding Center - 12 Jul 2007
12 PICTURES
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTR1RRYX
July 12, 2007
A South China tiger called Cathy, one of fewer than 100 in existence, is seen at the David Tang Tiger...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
A South China tiger called Cathy, one of fewer than 100 in existence, is seen at the David Tang Tiger...
A South China tiger called Cathy, one of fewer than 100 in existence, is seen at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center in Philippolis outside Bloemfontein, July 12, 2007. The tigers are two of four that were brought in the 33,000-hectare (81,540-acre) Laohu Valley Reserve in South Africa's Free State province since September 2003 to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTR1RRYT
July 12, 2007
South China tiger called 327, one of fewer than 100 in existence, is seen at the David Tang Tiger Breeding...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
South China tiger called 327, one of fewer than 100 in existence, is seen at the David Tang Tiger Breeding...
South China tiger called 327, one of fewer than 100 in existence, is seen at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center in Philippolis outside Bloemfontein, July 12, 2007.The tigers are two of four that were brought in the 33,000-hectare (81,540-acre) Laohu Valley Reserve in South Africa's Free State province since September 2003 to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTR1RRYQ
July 12, 2007
Blesbok run at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center in Philippolis outside Bloemfontein, July 12, 2007....
Bloemfontein, South Africa
Blesbok run at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center in Philippolis outside Bloemfontein
Blesbok run at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center in Philippolis outside Bloemfontein, July 12, 2007. The breeding centre accommodates four South China tigers that were brought in the 33,000-hectare (81,540-acre) Laohu Valley Reserve in South Africa's free state province since September 2003 to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTR1RRYN
July 12, 2007
South China tigers called 327 (R) and Cathy, one of fewer than 100 in existence, react as they meet for...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
South China tigers called 327 and Cathy, one of fewer than 100 in existence, react as they meet for the...
South China tigers called 327 (R) and Cathy, one of fewer than 100 in existence, react as they meet for the first time at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center in Philippolis outside Bloemfontein,July 12, 2007.The tigers are two of four that were brought in the 33,000-hectare (81,540-acre) Laohu Valley Reserve in South Africa's Free State province since September 2003 to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTR1RRYK
July 12, 2007
South China tigers 327 (L) and Cathy, one of fewer than 100 in existence, react as they meet for the...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
South China tigers 327 and Cathy, one of fewer than 100 in existence,react as they meet for the first...
South China tigers 327 (L) and Cathy, one of fewer than 100 in existence, react as they meet for the first time at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center in Philippolis outside Bloemfontein, July 12, 2007. The tigers are two of four that were brought in the 33,000-hectare (81,540-acre) Laohu Valley Reserve in South Africa's Free State province since September 2003 to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTR1RRY8
July 12, 2007
South China tigers called 327 (R) and Cathy,one of fewer than 100 in existence,react as they meet for...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
South China tigers 327 (R) and Cathy,one of fewer than 100 in existence,react as they meet for the first...
South China tigers called 327 (R) and Cathy,one of fewer than 100 in existence,react as they meet for the first time at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center in Philippolis outside Bloemfontein,July 12, 2007.The tigers are two of four that were brought in the 33,000-hectare (81,540-acre) Laohu Valley Reserve in South Africa's Free State province since September 2003 to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-TIGER/
RTR1RRY2
July 12, 2007
A South China tiger Cathy, one of fewer than 100 in existence, is seen at the David Tang Tiger Breeding...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
A South China tiger Cathy, one of fewer than 100 in existence, is seen at the David Tang Tiger Breeding...
A South China tiger Cathy, one of fewer than 100 in existence, is seen at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center in Philippolis outside Bloemfontein,July 12, 2007. The tigers are two of four that were brought in the 33,000-hectare (81,540-acre) Laohu Valley Reserve in South Africa's Free State province since September 2003 to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SOUTH-AFRICA/
RTR1RR8N
July 12, 2007
A South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence, growls while at the David Tang Tiger Breeding...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
A South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence, growls while at the David Tang Tiger Breeding...
A South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence, growls while at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center at Philippolis outside Bloemfontein, July 12, 2007. The four-year-old male, known only by his breeding registry number "327", is to be paired with a young female of the same species in a South African reserve. The idea is for the tigers to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
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SOUTH-AFRICA/
RTR1RR8H
July 12, 2007
South China tigers called 327 (R), known only by his breeding registry number, and Cathy react as they...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
South China tigers called 327 and Cathy react as they meet for the first time at the David Tang Tiger...
South China tigers called 327 (R), known only by his breeding registry number, and Cathy react as they meet for the first time at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center in Philippolis outside Bloemfontein, July 12, 2007. They are two of fewer than 100 in existence. The idea is for the tigers to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
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July 12, 2007
South China tigers called 327 (L), known only by his breeding registry number, and Cathy react as they...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
South China tigers called 327 and Cathy react as they meet for the first time at the David Tang Tiger...
South China tigers called 327 (L), known only by his breeding registry number, and Cathy react as they meet for the first time at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center in Philippolis outside Bloemfontein, July 12, 2007. They are two of fewer than 100 in existence. The idea is for the tigers to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SOUTH-AFRICA/
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July 12, 2007
South China tigers called 327 (L), known only by his breeding registry number, and Cathy react as they...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
South China tigers called 327 and Cathy react as they meet for the first time at the David Tang Tiger...
South China tigers called 327 (L), known only by his breeding registry number, and Cathy react as they meet for the first time at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center in Philippolis outside Bloemfontein, July 12, 2007. They are two of fewer than 100 in existence. The idea is for the tigers to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
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July 11, 2007
A South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence, looks on at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
A South China tiger sits at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center at Philippolis outside Bloemfontein
A South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence, looks on at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center at Philippolis outside Bloemfontein July 11, 2007. The tiger is one of four that were brought into the 33,000-hectare (81,540-acre) Laohu Valley Reserve in South Africa's Free State province since September 2003 to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
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July 11, 2007
South China tigers called "Madonna" (front) and "Tiger Woods" roam at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
South China tigers roam at David Tang Tiger Breeding Center at Philippolis outside Bloemfontein
South China tigers called "Madonna" (front) and "Tiger Woods" roam at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center at Philippolis outside Bloemfontein July 11, 2007. The tigers are two of four that were brought into the 33,000-hectare (81,540-acre) Laohu Valley Reserve in South Africa's Free State province since September 2003 to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
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July 11, 2007
A South China tiger known as "Tiger Woods", one of fewer than 100 South China tigers in existence, tries...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
South China tiger tries to make a kill at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center at Philippolis outside...
A South China tiger known as "Tiger Woods", one of fewer than 100 South China tigers in existence, tries to make a kill at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center at Philippolis outside Bloemfontein July 11, 2007. The tiger is one of four that were brought into the 33,000-hectare (81,540-acre) Laohu Valley Reserve in South Africa's Free State province since September 2003 to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
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July 11, 2007
A South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence, looks on at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
A South China tiger looks on at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center at Philippolis outside Bloemfontein...
A South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence, looks on at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center at Philippolis outside Bloemfontein July 11, 2007. The tiger is one of four that were brought into the 33,000-hectare (81,540-acre) Laohu Valley Reserve in South Africa's Free State province since September 2003 to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
CHINA TIGER/
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April 25, 2007
A South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence, inspects his new home at the David Tang Tiger...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence, inspects his new home at David Tang Tiger Breeding...
A South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence, inspects his new home at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center at Philippolis outside Bloemfontein, April 24, 2007. The four-year-old male, known only by his breeding registry number "327", is to be paired with a young female of the same species in a South African reserve. The idea is for the tigers to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
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April 25, 2007
A South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence,arrives at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence, arrives at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center...
A South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence,arrives at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center at Philippolis outside Bloemfontein, April 24, 2007. The four-year-old male, known only by his breeding registry number "327", is to be paired with a young female of the same species in a South African reserve. The idea is for the tigers to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
CHINA TIGER/
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April 25, 2007
A South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence,inspects his new home at the David Tang Tiger...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence, inspects his new home at David Tang Tiger Breeding...
A South China tiger, one of fewer than 100 in existence,inspects his new home at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center at Philippolis outside Bloemfontein,April 24, 2007. The four-year-old male, known only by his breeding registry number "327", is to be paired with a young female of the same species in a South African reserve. The idea is for the tigers to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SPORT GOLF CHINA
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November 11, 2006
(From bottom to top) U.S. golfer Tiger Woods, South Africa's golfer Ertief Goosen and India's golfer...
Shanghai, China
Tiger Woods, Ertief Goosen and Jyoti Randhawa walk to positions at seventh hole during third day of...
(From bottom to top) U.S. golfer Tiger Woods, South Africa's golfer Ertief Goosen and India's golfer Jyoti Randhawa walk to positions at the seventh hole during the third day of the Champions golf tournament in Shanghai November 11, 2006. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
SPORTS BASEBALL ASIA
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February 28, 2006
South Korea's (L-R) Park Chan-ho of San Diego Padres joins hands with South Korea's team manager Kim...
Tokyo, Japan
South Korea's Park poses with team manager Kim, Lee, Choi at news conference for WBC in Tokyo
South Korea's (L-R) Park Chan-ho of San Diego Padres joins hands with South Korea's team manager Kim In-sik, Lee Jong-beom of Kia Tigers and Choi Hee-seop of Los Angles Dodgers at a news conference ahead of the World Baseball Classic in Tokyo February 28, 2006. South Korean team is in Japan to face Taiwan, China and Japan in baseball's first World Cup-style international competition. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
SPORTS BASEBALL ASIA
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February 28, 2006
South Korea's Lee Jong-beom (L) of Kia Tigers speaks at a news conference in Tokyo ahead of the World...
Tokyo, Japan
South Korea's Lee speaks at news conference in Tokyo
South Korea's Lee Jong-beom (L) of Kia Tigers speaks at a news conference in Tokyo ahead of the World Baseball Classic February 28, 2006 as Choi Hee-seop of Los Angles Dodgers looks on. South Korea's team is in Japan to face Taiwan, China and Japan in baseball's first World Cup-style international competition. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
SPORTS BASEBALL ASIA
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February 28, 2006
South Korea's Lee Jong-beom (L) of Kia Tigers speaks at a news conference in Tokyo ahead of the World...
Tokyo, Japan
South Korea's Lee speaks at news conference in Tokyo
South Korea's Lee Jong-beom (L) of Kia Tigers speaks at a news conference in Tokyo ahead of the World Baseball Classic February 28, 2006 as Choi Hee-seop of Los Angles Dodgers looks on. South Korea's team is in Japan to face Taiwan, China and Japan in baseball's first World Cup-style international competition. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
SPORTS BASEBALL ASIA
RTR16PUO
February 28, 2006
South Korea's (L-R) Park Chan-ho of San Diego Padres joins hands with South Korea's team manager Kim...
Tokyo, Japan
South Korea's Park poses with team manager Kim, Lee, Choi at news conference for WBC in Tokyo
South Korea's (L-R) Park Chan-ho of San Diego Padres joins hands with South Korea's team manager Kim In-sik, Lee Jong-beom of Kia Tigers and Choi Hee-seop of Los Angles Dodgers at a news conference ahead of the World Baseball Classic in Tokyo February 28, 2006. South Korean team is in Japan to face Taiwan, China and Japan in baseball's first World Cup-style international competition. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
ENVIRONMENT TIGERS
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March 12, 2005
Conservationists examine a tiger after it was tranquilised in a South African game reserve in the country's...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Conservationists examine a tiger after it was tranquilised in a South African game reserve in ...
Conservationists examine a tiger after it was tranquilised in a South African game reserve in the country's Free State province. Conservationists examine a tiger after it was tranquilised in a South African game reserve, in the country's Free State province, March 12, 2005. The animal is one of four rare Asian tigers, all brought up in captivity, that have been brought to Africa to learn how to hunt as part of a rewilding programe. The ultimate goal is for them to breed and impart their hunting skills to their offspring - who will be then be sent to a reserve in China.-Picture taken March 12, 2005-REUTERS/Ed Stoddard FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-ENVIRONMENT-TIGERS-
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