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ARGENTINA-ANIMALS/
RTX1FUYB 
June 09, 2015 
An albino Southern Right whale, known in Spanish as ballena franca austral, swims in the waters of the... 
PENINSULA VALDEZ, Argentina 
An albino Southern Right whale swims in the waters of the Atlantic Sea 
An albino Southern Right whale, known in Spanish as ballena franca austral, swims in the waters of the Atlantic Sea, near El Doradillo beach, offshore Golfo Nuevo in the Valdes Peninsula in Argentina's Patagonia region, June 9, 2015. The whales regularly come to breed and calve in this marine reserve from June to December. REUTERS/Maxi Jonas
ARGENTINA-ANIMALS/
RTX1FUYA 
June 09, 2015 
An albino Southern Right whale, known in Spanish as ballena franca austral, swims in the waters of the... 
PENINSULA VALDEZ, Argentina 
An albino Southern Right whale swims in the waters of the Atlantic Sea 
An albino Southern Right whale, known in Spanish as ballena franca austral, swims in the waters of the Atlantic Sea, near El Doradillo beach, offshore Golfo Nuevo in the Valdes Peninsula in Argentina's Patagonia region, June 9, 2015. The whales regularly come to breed and calve in this marine reserve from June to December. REUTERS/Maxi Jonas
ARGENTINA-ANIMALS/
RTX1FUY9 
June 09, 2015 
An albino Southern Right whale, known in Spanish as ballena franca austral, swims in the waters of the... 
PENINSULA VALDEZ, Argentina 
An albino Southern Right whale swims in the waters of the Atlantic Sea 
An albino Southern Right whale, known in Spanish as ballena franca austral, swims in the waters of the Atlantic Sea, near El Doradillo beach, offshore Golfo Nuevo in the Valdes Peninsula in Argentina's Patagonia region, June 9, 2015. The whales regularly come to breed and calve in this marine reserve from June to December. REUTERS/Maxi Jonas
ARGENTINA-ANIMALS/
RTX1FUY8 
June 09, 2015 
An albino Southern Right whale, known in Spanish as ballena franca austral, swims in the waters of the... 
PENINSULA VALDEZ, Argentina 
An albino Southern Right whale swims in the waters of the Atlantic Sea 
An albino Southern Right whale, known in Spanish as ballena franca austral, swims in the waters of the Atlantic Sea, near El Doradillo beach, offshore Golfo Nuevo in the Valdes Peninsula in Argentina's Patagonia region, June 9, 2015. The whales regularly come to breed and calve in this marine reserve from June to December. REUTERS/Maxi Jonas
ARGENTINA-ANIMALS/
RTX1FUY5 
June 09, 2015 
An albino Southern Right whale, known in Spanish as ballena franca austral, swims in the waters of the... 
PENINSULA VALDEZ, Argentina 
An albino Southern Right whale swims in the waters of the Atlantic Sea 
An albino Southern Right whale, known in Spanish as ballena franca austral, swims in the waters of the Atlantic Sea, near El Doradillo beach, offshore Golfo Nuevo in the Valdes Peninsula in Argentina's Patagonia region, June 9, 2015. The whales regularly come to breed and calve in this marine reserve from June to December. REUTERS/Maxi Jonas
SAFRICA/
RTR2GE44 
July 13, 2010 
A woman watches as a Southern Right Whale surfaces to breathe at Rocklands Bay in Cape Town July 13,... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
A woman watches as a Southern Right Whale surfaces to breathe at Rocklands Bay in Cape Town 
A woman watches as a Southern Right Whale surfaces to breathe at Rocklands Bay in Cape Town July 13, 2010. The Southern Right Whales are the most frequently seen whales along the Cape peninsula and may be seen just metres from the shore. The whales start to arrive in the bay from June and remain in the region until the end of November where the sheltered bays of the South African coast provide a perfect refuge to mate and calve. REUTERS/David Loh (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) 
ARGENTINA/
RTXOXJF 
May 29, 2009 
A Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, performs a tail slap on the surface of... 
PUERTO PIRAMIDES, Argentina 
A Franca Austral whale performs a tail slap on the surface of the waters off the shore of Argentina's... 
A Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, performs a tail slap on the surface of the waters off the shore of Argentina's Patagonian village of Puerto Piramides, May 29, 2009. The whales come regularly every season to breed and calve in this marine reserve. REUTERS/Maxi Jonas (ARGENTINA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT) 
ARGENTINA/
RTXOXJD 
May 29, 2009 
A Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, performs a tail slap on the surface of... 
PUERTO PIRAMIDES, Argentina 
A Franca Austral whale performs a tail slap on the surface of the waters off the shore of Argentina's... 
A Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, performs a tail slap on the surface of the waters off the shore of Argentina's Patagonian village of Puerto Piramides, May 29, 2009. The whales come regularly every season to breed and calve in this marine reserve. REUTERS/Maxi Jonas (ARGENTINA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT) 
ARGENTINA/
RTXOXJ7 
May 29, 2009 
A Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, performs a tail slap on the surface of... 
PUERTO PIRAMIDES, Argentina 
A Franca Austral whale performs a tail slap on the surface of the waters off the shore of the Argentina's... 
A Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, performs a tail slap on the surface of the waters off the shore of the Argentina's Patagonian village of Puerto Piramides, May 29, 2009. The whales come regularly every season to breed and calve in this marine reserve. REUTERS/Maxi Jonas (ARGENTINA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT) 
ARGENTINA/
RTXOXJ2 
May 29, 2009 
A tourist observes a Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, off the shore of Argentina's... 
PUERTO PIRAMIDES, Argentina 
A tourist observes a Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, off the shore of Argentina's... 
A tourist observes a Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, off the shore of Argentina's Patagonian village of Puerto Piramides, May 29, 2009. The whales come regularly every season to breed and calve in this marine reserve. REUTERS/Maxi Jonas (ARGENTINA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT) 
ARGENTINA/
RTXA4DP 
October 31, 2008 
A Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, and its calf perform a tail slap by slapping... 
PUERTO PIRAMIDES, Argentina 
A Franca Austral whale and its calf swim just off the shore of the Argentina's Patagonian village of... 
A Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, and its calf perform a tail slap by slapping its tail flukes on the surface of the water just off the shore of the Argentina's Patagonian village of Puerto Piramides October 31, 2008. The whales regularly come to breed and calve in this marine reserve before some of them head to Antarctica. REUTERS/Maximiliano Jonas (ARGENTINA) 
ARGENTINA/
RTXA4DO 
October 31, 2008 
Tourists watch a Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, and its calf swimming... 
PUERTO PIRAMIDES, Argentina 
Tourists watch Franca Austral whale and its calf swimming just off the shore of the Argentina's Patagonian... 
Tourists watch a Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, and its calf swimming just off the shore of the Argentina's Patagonian village of Puerto Piramides October 31, 2008. The whales regularly come to breed and calve in this marine reserve before some of them head to Antarctica. REUTERS/Maximiliano Jonas (ARGENTINA) 
ARGENTINA/
RTXA4DH 
October 31, 2008 
A Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, and its calf swim just off the shore... 
PUERTO PIRAMIDES, Argentina 
A Franca Austral whale and its calf swim just off the shore of the Argentina's Patagonian village of... 
A Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, and its calf swim just off the shore of the Argentina's Patagonian village of Puerto Piramides October 31, 2008. The whales regularly come to breed and calve in this marine reserve before some of them head to Antarctica. REUTERS/Maximiliano Jonas (ARGENTINA) 
ARGENTINA/
RTXA4DD 
October 31, 2008 
A Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, and its calf swim just off the shore... 
PUERTO PIRAMIDES, Argentina 
A Franca Austral whale and its calf swim just off the shore of the Argentina's Patagonian village of... 
A Franca Austral whale, also known as the Southern Right whale, and its calf swim just off the shore of the Argentina's Patagonian village of Puerto Piramides October 31, 2008. The whales regularly come to breed and calve in this marine reserve before some of them head to Antarctica. REUTERS/Maximiliano Jonas (ARGENTINA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1G1CJ 
August 02, 2006 
South African conservation officials throw logs before setting fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South African conservation officials throw logs before setting fire to whale carcass in Kommetjie 
South African conservation officials throw logs before setting fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape Town, August 2, 2006. The dead southern right whale washed up onto the quiet Kommetjie beach, south of the country's top tourist city nearly two weeks ago. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1G1CE 
August 02, 2006 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South African conservation officials set fire to whale carcass in Kommetjie 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape Town, August 2, 2006. The dead southern right whale washed up onto the quiet Kommetjie beach, south of the country's top tourist city nearly two weeks ago. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1G1CB 
August 02, 2006 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South African conservation officials set fire to whale carcass in Kommetjie 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape Town, August 2, 2006. The dead southern right whale washed up onto the quiet Kommetjie beach, south of the country's top tourist city nearly two weeks ago. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1G1C9 
August 02, 2006 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South African conservation officials set fire to whale carcass in Kommetjie 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape Town, August 2, 2006. The dead southern right whale washed up onto the quiet Kommetjie beach, south of the country's top tourist city nearly two weeks ago. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1G1C8 
August 02, 2006 
South African conservation officials throw logs before setting fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South African conservation officials throw logs before setting fire to whale carcass in Kommetjie 
South African conservation officials throw logs before setting fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape Town, August 2, 2006. The dead southern right whale washed up onto the quiet Kommetjie beach, south of the country's top tourist city nearly two weeks ago. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1G1BE 
August 02, 2006 
Onlookers watch as South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers watch as South African conservation officials set fire to whale carcass in Kommetjie 
Onlookers watch as South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape Town, August 2, 2006. The dead southern right whale washed up onto the quiet Kommetjie beach, south of the country's top tourist city nearly two weeks ago. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1G1BA 
August 02, 2006 
Onlookers watch as South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers watch as South African conservation officials set fire to whale carcass in Kommetjie 
Onlookers watch as South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape Town, August 2, 2006. The dead southern right whale washed up onto the quiet Kommetjie beach, south of the country's top tourist city nearly two weeks ago. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1G1B8 
August 02, 2006 
Onlookers watch as South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers watch as South African conservation officials set fire to whale carcass in Kommetjie 
Onlookers watch as South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape Town, August 2, 2006. The dead southern right whale washed up onto the quiet Kommetjie beach, south of the country's top tourist city nearly two weeks ago. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1G1B4 
August 02, 2006 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South African conservation officials set fire to whale carcass in Kommetjie 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape Town, August 2, 2006. The dead southern right whale washed up onto the quiet Kommetjie beach, south of the country's top tourist city nearly two weeks ago. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1G1B3 
August 02, 2006 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South African conservation officials set fire to whale carcass in Kommetjie 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape Town, August 2, 2006. The dead southern right whale washed up onto the quiet Kommetjie beach, south of the country's top tourist city nearly two weeks ago. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1G1B0 
August 02, 2006 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South African conservation officials set fire to whale carcass in Kommetjie 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape Town, August 2, 2006. The dead southern right whale washed up onto the quiet Kommetjie beach, south of the country's top tourist city nearly two weeks ago. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1G1AX 
August 02, 2006 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South African conservation officials set fire to whale carcass in Kommetjie 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape Town, August 2, 2006. The dead southern right whale washed up onto the quiet Kommetjie beach, south of the country's top tourist city nearly two weeks ago. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1G1AV 
August 02, 2006 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South African conservation officials set fire to whale carcass in Kommetjie 
South African conservation officials set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape Town, August 2, 2006. The dead southern right whale washed up onto the quiet Kommetjie beach, south of the country's top tourist city nearly two weeks ago. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1G1AR 
August 02, 2006 
South African conservation officials stoke the flames as they set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South African conservation officials stoke the flames as they set fire to whale carcass in Kommetjie 
South African conservation officials stoke the flames as they set fire to a 34-metric ton whale carcass in Kommetjie, near Cape Town, August 2, 2006. The dead southern right whale washed up onto the quiet Kommetjie beach, south of the country's top tourist city nearly two weeks ago. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA
RTR1FUDB 
July 26, 2006 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near Cape Town, July 26, 2006. Marine authorities are unsure what caused the death of the giant mammal, but acknowledge that they have a problem disposing of the giant decomposing carcass. Plans to burn the remains were put on hold and authorities have ruled out the use of explosives to scatter the remains. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA
RTR1FUCE 
July 26, 2006 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near Cape Town, July 26, 2006. Marine authorities are unsure what caused the death of the giant mammal, but acknowledge that they have a problem disposing of the giant decomposing carcass. Plans to burn the remains were put on hold on Wednesday and authorities have ruled out the use of expolsives to scatter the remains. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1FUC3 
July 26, 2006 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a southern right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view carcass of southern right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near... 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a southern right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near Cape Town, July 26, 2006. Marine authorities are unsure what caused the death of the giant mammal, and have decided to burn the carcass of the 15-metre (47 foot) whale. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1FUBY 
July 26, 2006 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a southern right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view carcass of southern right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near... 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a southern right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near Cape Town, July 26, 2006. Marine authorities are unsure what caused the death of the giant mammal, and have decided to burn the carcass of the 15-metre (47 foot) whale. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1FUBX 
July 26, 2006 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a southern right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view carcass of southern right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near... 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a southern right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near Cape Town, July 26, 2006. Marine authorities are unsure what caused the death of the giant mammal, and have decided to burn the carcass of the 15-metre (47 foot) whale. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1FUBO 
July 26, 2006 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a southern right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view carcass of southern right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near... 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a southern right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near Cape Town, July 26, 2006. Marine authorities are unsure what caused the death of the giant mammal, but acknowledge that they have a problem disposing of the giant decomposing carcass. Plans to burn the remains were put on hold on Wednesday and authorities have ruled out the use of explosives to scatter the remains. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
ENVIRONMENT SAFRICA WHALE
RTR1FUBM 
July 26, 2006 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a southern right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of southern right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a southern right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near Cape Town, July 26, 2006. Marine authorities are unsure what caused the death of the giant mammal, but acknowledge that they have a problem disposing of the giant decomposing carcass. Plans to burn the remains were put on hold and authorities have ruled out the use of explosives to scatter the remains. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA
RTR1FUB4 
July 26, 2006 
An onlooker clambers across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlooker clambers across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
An onlooker clambers across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near Cape Town July 26, 2006. Marine authorities are unsure what caused the death of the giant mammal, but acknowledge that they have a problem disposing of the giant decomposing carcass. Plans to burn the remains were put on hold on Wednesday and authorities have ruled out the use of explosives to scatter the remains. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SOUTH AFRICA
RTXOV0V 
July 24, 2006 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Komme..... 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near Cape Town, July 24, 2006. Marine authorities are unsure what caused the death of the giant mammal. 
SAFRICA
RTR1FUGO 
July 24, 2006 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near Cape Town, July 24, 2006. Marine authorities are unsure what caused the death of the giant mammal. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE 
SAFRICA
RTR1FSKJ 
July 24, 2006 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near Cape Town, July 24, 2006. Marine authorities are unsure what caused the death of the giant mammal. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA
RTR1FSKI 
July 24, 2006 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near Cape Town, July 24, 2006. Marine authorities are unsure what caused the death of the giant mammal. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) Also see image: GF1DTDDPOAAA 
SAFRICA
RTR1FSKF 
July 24, 2006 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near Cape Town July 24, 2006. Marine authorities are unsure what caused the death of the giant mammal. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA
RTR1FSKE 
July 24, 2006 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie... 
Onlookers clamber across rocks to view the carcass of a Southern Right whale that washed up in Kommetjie near Cape Town July 24, 2006. Marine authorities are unsure what caused the death of the giant mammal. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SOUTH AFRICA
RTXNSQB 
September 21, 2005 
- PHOTO TAKEN 14SEP05 - A child plays near the body of a Southern Right whale that was stranded on Mnandi... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
- PHOTO TAKEN 14SEP05 - A child plays near the body of a Southern Right whale that was stranded on M..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 14SEP05 - A child plays near the body of a Southern Right whale that was stranded on Mnandi beach, near Cape Town, September 14, 2005. [Police resorted to using explosives to put the distressed whale out of its misery after rescue attempts to help it return to sea failed. Picture taken September 14, 2005.] 
SAFRICA
RTRO19E 
September 14, 2005 
Sea water washes over the body of a Southern Right whale that was stranded on Mnandi beach near Cape... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Sea water washes over the body of a whale that was stranded on Mnandi beach near Cape Town. 
Sea water washes over the body of a Southern Right whale that was stranded on Mnandi beach near Cape Town September 14, 2005. Police resorted to using explosives to put the distressed whale out of its misery after rescue attempts to help it return to sea failed. Picture taken September 14, 2005. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH 
SAFRICA
RTRO196 
September 14, 2005 
A child plays near the body of a Southern Right whale that was stranded on Mnandi beach, near Cape Town,... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
A child plays near the body of a whale that was stranded on Mnandi beach, near Cape Town. 
A child plays near the body of a Southern Right whale that was stranded on Mnandi beach, near Cape Town, September 14, 2005. Police resorted to using explosives to put the distressed whale out of its misery after rescue attempts to help it return to sea failed. Picture taken September 14, 2005. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH 
SAFRICA
RTRNYE0 
September 14, 2005 
A child stands over the body of a Southern Right whale that was stranded on Mnandi beach, near Cape Town,... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Child stands over body of whale stranded on Mnandi beach, near Cape Town. 
A child stands over the body of a Southern Right whale that was stranded on Mnandi beach, near Cape Town, September 14, 2005. Police resorted to using explosives to put the distressed whale out of its misery after rescue attempts to help it return to sea failed. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings FR05090011 MH/mk 
SAFRICA
RTRNYDS 
September 14, 2005 
Sea water washes over the body of a Southern Right whale that was stranded on Mnandi beach near Cape... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Sea water washes over body of Southern Right whale stranded on Mnandi beach, near Cape Town. 
Sea water washes over the body of a Southern Right whale that was stranded on Mnandi beach near Cape Town September 14, 2005. Police resorted to using explosives to put the distressed whale out of its misery after rescue attempts to help it return to sea failed. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/mk 
ENVIRONMENT BRAZIL HUMPBACK
RTR5M5V 
October 04, 2003 
The tale of a humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) sticks out of the
water in the Abrolhos National... 
Caravelas, Brazil - 
HUMPBACK WHALE SHOWS ITS TALE ABOVE WATER IN THE ABROLHOS NATIONAL
PARK IN BRAZIL. 
The tale of a humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) sticks out of the
water in the Abrolhos National Marine Park, off the southern coast of Bahia
State, October 4, 2003. The humpbacks, annual visitors to this coast from
July to November, are the focus of the NGO "Instituto Baleia Jubarte"
(Humpback Whale Institute), which aims to study and protect this species in
the Abrolhos archipelago. PICTURE TAKEN ON OCTOBER 4, 2003. FOR RELEASE WITH
FEATURE ENVIRONMENT-BRAZIL-HUMPBACK NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
REUTERS

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ENVIRONMENT BRAZIL HUMPBACK
RTR5M4E 
October 04, 2003 
A humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) jumps above water in the Abrolhos
National Marine Park, off... 
Caravelas, Brazil - 
HUMPBACK WHALE JUMPS OUT OF WATER OFF THE BRAZILIAN COAST. 
A humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) jumps above water in the Abrolhos
National Marine Park, off the southern coast of Bahia State, 36 miles from
the Brazilian city of Caravelas, October 4, 2003. The humpbacks, annual
visitors to this coast from July to November, are the focus of the NGO
"Instituto Baleia Jubarte" (Humpback Whale Institute), which aims to study
and protect this species in the Abrolhos archipelago. PICTURE TAKEN ON
OCTOBER 4, 2003. FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE ENVIRONMENT-BRAZIL-HUMPBACK
NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

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ENVIRONMENT BRAZIL HUMPBACK
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October 04, 2003 
A humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) jumps above water in the Abrolhos
National Marine Park, off... 
Caravelas, Brazil - 
HUMPBACK WHALE IS SEEN JUMPS OUT OF WATER OFF THE BRAZILIAN COAST. 
A humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) jumps above water in the Abrolhos
National Marine Park, off the southern coast of Bahia State, 36 miles from
the Brazilian city of Caravelas, October 4, 2003. The humpbacks, annual
visitors to this coast from July to November, are the focus of the NGO
"Instituto Baleia Jubarte" (Humpback Whale Institute), which aims to study
and protect this species in the Abrolhos archipelago. PICTURE TAKEN ON
OCTOBER 4, 2003. FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE ENVIRONMENT-BRAZIL-HUMPBACK
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BRAZIL WHALES
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October 04, 2003 
A humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) swims, as whale baby (R) performs
in the Abrolhos National... 
Caravelas, Brazil - 
HUMPBACK WHALE SWIMS WITH HER BABY IN THE ABROLHOS MARINE PARK IN
BRAZIL. 
A humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) swims, as whale baby (R) performs
in the Abrolhos National Marine Park, in the southern coast of Bahia State,
36 miles from the Brazilian city of Caravelas, October 4, 2003. The
humpbacks, annual visitors to this coast from July to November, are the
focus of the NGO "Instituto Baleia Jubarte" (Humpback Whale Institute),
which aims to study and protect this species in the Abrolhos archipelago.
PICTURE TAKEN ON OCTOBER 4, 2003. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

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BRAZIL WHALES
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October 04, 2003 
A humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) jumps above water in the Abrolhos
National Marine Park, in... 
Caravelas, Brazil - 
HUMPBACK WHALE IS SEEN JUMPING ABOVE WATER OFF THE BRAZILIAN COAST. 
A humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) jumps above water in the Abrolhos
National Marine Park, in the southern coast of Bahia State, 36 miles from
the Brazilian city of Caravelas, October 4, 2003. The humpbacks, annual
visitors to this coast from July to November, are the focus of the NGO
"Instituto Baleia Jubarte" (Humpback Whale Institute), which aims to study
and protect this species in the Abrolhos archipelago. PICTURE TAKEN ON
OCTOBER 4, 2003. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

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BRAZIL WHALES
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October 02, 2003 
Brazilian biologist Marcia Engel uses a crossbow with an arrow adapted to
take humpback whale's skin... 
Caravelas, Brazil - 
BRAZILIAN BIOLOGIST USES A CROSSBOW TO TAKE WHALE'S SKIN SAMPLES FOR
A BIOPSY IN BRAZIL. 
Brazilian biologist Marcia Engel uses a crossbow with an arrow adapted to
take humpback whale's skin samples for a biopsy in the Abrolhos National
Marine Park, in the southern coast of Bahia State, 36 miles from the
Brazilian city of Caravelas, October 3, 2003. The humpbacks, annual visitors
to this coast from July to November, are the focus of the NGO "Instituto
Baleia Jubarte" (Humpback Whale Institute), which aims to study and protect
this species in the Abrolhos archipelago. PICTURE TAKEN ON OCTOBER 3, 2003.
Pictures of the Year 2003 NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

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URUGUAY WHALES
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September 01, 2003 
A southern right whale swims in the bay of the luxurios seaside resort
of Punta del Este, 150 km (93... 
Punta Del Este, Uruguay - Eastern Republic of, 
A SOUTHERN RIGTH WHALE SWIMS NEAR SEASIDE RESORT OF PUNTA DEL ESTE IN
URUGUAY. 
A southern right whale swims in the bay of the luxurios seaside resort
of Punta del Este, 150 km (93 miles) to the east of Montevideo,
September 1, 2003. Each year in the spring, southern right whales can
be seen in the Atlantic coast of Uruguay as they migrate to the
Peninsula of Valdez in Argentina. REUTERS/Martin Rodriguez

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WHALES
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July 31, 2002 
A southern right whale displays it's tail in front off a kayaker in Sydney Harbour July 31, 2002. Sydney... 
Sydney, Australia 
A southern right whale displays it's tail in front off a kayaker in Sydney Harbour July 31, 2002. Sy..... 
A southern right whale displays it's tail in front off a kayaker in Sydney Harbour July 31, 2002. Sydney ferry commuters had a whale of a time on Wednesday even if it did make them late for work, when three southern right whales frolicked in Sydney Harbour, close to the central business district. 
SYDNEY
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July 31, 2002 
A southern right whale shows its tail in front of the Sydney Opera House on July 31, 2002. Sydney ferry... 
Sydney, Australia 
A southern right whale shows its tail in front of the Sydney Opera House on July 31, 2002. Sydney fe..... 
A southern right whale shows its tail in front of the Sydney Opera House on July 31, 2002. Sydney ferry commuters had a whale of a time on Wednesday even if it did make them late for work, when three southern right whales frolicked in Sydney Harbour, close to the central business district. 
LIFE SYDNEY WHALES
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July 31, 2002 
A southern right whale swims in front of a Sydney Harbour jet cat in
Sydney Harbour July 31, 2002. Sydney... 
Sydney, Australia 
A SOUTHERN RIGHT WHALE SWIMS IN FRONT OF SYDNEY HARBOUR JET CAT IN
SYDNEY. 
A southern right whale swims in front of a Sydney Harbour jet cat in
Sydney Harbour July 31, 2002. Sydney ferry commuters had a whale of a
time on Wednesday even if it did make them late for work, when three
southern right whales frolicked in Sydney Harbour, close to the central
business district. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne

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LIFE SYDNEY WHALES
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July 31, 2002 
A southern right whale displays it's tail in front off a kayaker in
Sydney Harbour July 31, 2002. Sydney... 
Sydney, Australia 
A SOUTHERN RIGHT WHALE SWIMS NEAR A KAYAKER IN SYDNEY HARBOUR. 
A southern right whale displays it's tail in front off a kayaker in
Sydney Harbour July 31, 2002. Sydney ferry commuters had a whale of a
time on Wednesday even if it did make them late for work, when three
southern right whales frolicked in Sydney Harbour, close to the central
business district. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne

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LIFE SYDNEY WHALES
RTR8EIE 
July 31, 2002 
A southern right whale shows its tail in front of the Sydney Opera
House on July 31, 2002. Sydney ferry... 
Sydney, Australia 
A SOUTHERN RIGHT WHALE SHOWS ITS TAIL IN FRONT OF THE SYDNEY OPERA
HOUSE. 
A southern right whale shows its tail in front of the Sydney Opera
House on July 31, 2002. Sydney ferry commuters had a whale of a time on
Wednesday even if it did make them late for work, when three southern
right whales frolicked in Sydney Harbour, close to the central business
district. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne

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BRAZIL WHALES
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September 18, 2001 
A southern right whale swims near Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro, September
18, 2001. The southern... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil - 
SOUTHERN RIGHT WHALE SWIMS NEAR IPANEMA BEACH IN RIO DE JANEIRO. 
A southern right whale swims near Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro, September
18, 2001. The southern right whales can grow to 18 meters (59 feet) and
weigh up to 100 tons. The whales migrate north from Antarctica to mate from
July to November off the coast of Brazil, South Africa and Australia. RIGHTS
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