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CHRISTMAS-SEASON/CRIMEA
RTS2VMT8
December 20, 2019
An employee decorates succulents for the upcoming New Year and Christmas season at the Nikitsky Botanical...
Yalta, Ukraine
An employee decorates succulents for the upcoming New Year and Christmas season at the Nikitsky Botanical...
An employee decorates succulents for the upcoming New Year and Christmas season at the Nikitsky Botanical Garden outside Yalta, Crimea December 20, 2019. REUTERS/Alexey Pavlishak
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/CRIMEA
RTS2VMT7
December 20, 2019
An employee decorates succulents for the upcoming New Year and Christmas season at the Nikitsky Botanical...
Yalta, Ukraine
An employee decorates succulents for the upcoming New Year and Christmas season at the Nikitsky Botanical...
An employee decorates succulents for the upcoming New Year and Christmas season at the Nikitsky Botanical Garden outside Yalta, Crimea December 20, 2019. REUTERS/Alexey Pavlishak
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/CRIMEA
RTS2VMSP
December 20, 2019
An employee decorates succulents for the upcoming New Year and Christmas season at the Nikitsky Botanical...
Yalta, Ukraine
An employee decorates succulents for the upcoming New Year and Christmas season at the Nikitsky Botanical...
An employee decorates succulents for the upcoming New Year and Christmas season at the Nikitsky Botanical Garden outside Yalta, Crimea December 20, 2019. REUTERS/Alexey Pavlishak
SAFRICA-DROUGHT/CAPETOWN
RTX4E5JI
January 18, 2018
Sign warning residents of water restrictions is seen in Cape Town, South Africa, October 25, 2017. Picture...
Cape Town, South Africa
Sign warning residents of water restrictions is seen in Cape Town
Sign warning residents of water restrictions is seen in Cape Town, South Africa, October 25, 2017. Picture taken October 25, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SORC
September 27, 2015
A waiter serves customers at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning...
Lisbon, Portugal
A waiter serves customers at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon
A waiter serves customers at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOR8
September 27, 2015
Customers read the menu at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the...
Lisbon, Portugal
Customers read the menu at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon
Customers read the menu at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOR2
September 27, 2015
People eat at a restaurant in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and...
Lisbon, Portugal
People eat at a restaurant in Lisbon
People eat at a restaurant in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOR1
September 27, 2015
Luis Pereira (C) takes customers' orders at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Luis Pereira takes customers' orders at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon
Luis Pereira (C) takes customers' orders at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOR0
September 27, 2015
People eat at a restaurant in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and...
Lisbon, Portugal
People eat at a restaurant in Lisbon
People eat at a restaurant in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOQZ
September 27, 2015
Jose Suarez (L) of the "Adega Tio Pepe" restaurant serves his customers in Lisbon, Portugal, September...
Lisbon, Portugal
Jose Suarez of the "Adega Tio Pepe" restaurant serves his customers in Lisbon
Jose Suarez (L) of the "Adega Tio Pepe" restaurant serves his customers in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOQX
September 27, 2015
Jose Suarez of the "Adega Tio Pepe" restaurant invites tourists to enter his establisment in Lisbon,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Jose Suarez of the "Adega Tio Pepe" restaurant invites tourists to enter his establisment in Lisbon
Jose Suarez of the "Adega Tio Pepe" restaurant invites tourists to enter his establisment in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOQW
September 27, 2015
Customers read the menu at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the...
Lisbon, Portugal
Customers read the menu at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon
Customers read the menu at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOQV
September 27, 2015
Luis Pereira of the "Rubro" restaurant displays one of its dishes in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Luis Pereira of the "Rubro" restaurant displays one of its dishes in Lisbon
Luis Pereira of the "Rubro" restaurant displays one of its dishes in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
ROOFS-GREEN/
RTXUTSQ
November 19, 2010
Land planted with sedum, a group of succulents, grown by farmer Nate Lengacher in western Montana springs...
Florence, UNITED STATES
Land planted with sedum for green roof usage
Land planted with sedum, a group of succulents, grown by farmer Nate Lengacher in western Montana springs from a geo-textile mat (foreground) topped by thin layers of soil in this undated photograph. The plants are harvested by cutting and rolling the plant-laden mats for transport and installation on roofs with little to no slope. Despite the sluggish economy and the high cost, about $200 million worth of green roofs were installed in the United States and Canada in 2009, up about 16 percent from 2009. REUTERS/Laura Zuckerman (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA
RTR1ZTT9
April 24, 2008
A Desert Roses tree stands by the side of a road in the Socotra island March 27, 2008. With its succulent...
Sanaa, Yemen
To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA
A Desert Roses tree stands by the side of a road in the Socotra island March 27, 2008. With its succulent leaves and inflated trunks, the tree is adapted to store water through Socotra's droughts. The plant is one of 900 plant species endemic in the island that is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. Socotra, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, may gain UNESCO recognition in July as a world natural heritage site. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA
RTR1ZTT8
April 24, 2008
A Desert Roses tree stands by the side of a road in the Socotra island March 27, 2008. With its succulent...
Sanaa, Yemen
To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA
A Desert Roses tree stands by the side of a road in the Socotra island March 27, 2008. With its succulent leaves and inflated trunks, the tree is adapted to store water through Socotra's droughts. The plant is one of 900 plant species endemic in the island that is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. Socotra, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, may gain UNESCO recognition in July as a world natural heritage site. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN)
ARGENTINA
RTXOINM
April 27, 2006
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles)...
SAN ANDRES DE GILES, Argentina
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles).....
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west of Buenos Aires April 27, 2006. Argentina is famed for its succulent steaks, made from poky cows that roam the grassy plains under a wide-open sky. Pigs [squat and squinty, aren't anywhere in the picture. But with beef costing more and inflation fears abounding, the government wants to show Argentines that pork can be just as delicious as beef and cheaper. This comes after President Nestor Kirchner urged a boycott of beef to help beat back inflation.]
ARGENTINA
RTXOINL
April 27, 2006
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles)...
SAN ANDRES DE GILES, Argentina
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles).....
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west of Buenos Aires April 27, 2006. Argentina is famed for its succulent steaks, made from poky cows that roam the grassy plains under a wide-open sky. Pigs [squat and squinty, aren't anywhere in the picture. But with beef costing more and inflation fears abounding, the government wants to shows Argentines that pork can be just as delicious as beef and cheaper. This comes after President Nestor Kirchner urged a boycott of beef to help beat back inflation.]
ARGENTINA
RTXOINK
April 27, 2006
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles)...
SAN ANDRES DE GILES, Argentina
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles).....
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west of Buenos Aires April 27, 2006. Argentina is famed for its succulent steaks, made from poky cows that roam the grassy plains under a wide-open sky. Pigs [squat and squinty, aren't anywhere in the picture. But with beef costing more and inflation fears abounding, the government wants to shows Argentines that pork can be just as delicious as beef and cheaper. This comes after President Nestor Kirchner urged a boycott of beef to help beat back inflation.]
ARGENTINA
RTXOINJ
April 27, 2006
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles)...
SAN ANDRES DE GILES, Argentina
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles).....
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west of Buenos Aires April 27, 2006. Argentina is famed for its succulent steaks, made from poky cows that roam the grassy plains under a wide-open sky. Pigs [squat and squinty, aren't anywhere in the picture. But with beef costing more and inflation fears abounding, the government wants to shows Argentines that pork can be just as delicious as beef and cheaper. This comes after President Nestor Kirchner urged a boycott of beef to help beat back inflation.]
ARGENTINA
RTXOINI
April 27, 2006
A worker arranges pig carcasses at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles)...
SAN ANDRES DE GILES, Argentina
A worker arranges pig carcasses at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 .....
A worker arranges pig carcasses at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west of Buenos Aires April 27, 2006. Argentina is famed for its succulent steaks, made from poky cows that roam the grassy plains under a wide-open sky. Pigs squat and squinty, aren't anywhere in the picture. [But with beef costing more and inflation fears abounding, the government wants to shows Argentines that pork can be just as delicious as beef and cheaper. This comes after President Nestor Kirchner urged a boycott of beef to help beat back inflation.]
ARGENTINA
RTXOINH
April 27, 2006
Workers pack pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west...
SAN ANDRES DE GILES, Argentina
Workers pack pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) we.....
Workers pack pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west of Buenos Aires April 27, 2006. Argentina is famed for its succulent steaks, made from poky cows that roam the grassy plains under a wide-open sky. Pigs s[quat and squinty, aren't anywhere in the picture. But with beef costing more and inflation fears abounding, the government wants to shows Argentines that pork can be just as delicious as beef and cheaper. This comes after President Nestor Kirchner urged a boycott of beef to help beat back inflation.]
ARGENTINA
RTXOING
April 27, 2006
A worker arranges pig carcasses at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles)...
SAN ANDRES DE GILES, Argentina
A worker arranges pig carcasses at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 .....
A worker arranges pig carcasses at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west of Buenos Aires April 27, 2006. Argentina is famed for its succulent steaks, made from poky cows that roam the grassy plains under a wide-open sky. [Pigs squat and squinty, aren't anywhere in the picture. But with beef costing more and inflation fears abounding, the government wants to shows Argentines that pork can be just as delicious as beef and cheaper. This comes after President Nestor Kirchner urged a boycott of beef to help beat back inflation.]
ARGENTINA PORK
RTR1CV5D
April 27, 2006
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles)...
SAN ANDRES DE GILES, Argentina
Workers process pork meat at meat processing plant in Argentina
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west of Buenos Aires April 27, 2006. Argentina is famed for its succulent steaks, made from poky cows that roam the grassy plains under a wide-open sky. Pigs squat and squinty, aren't anywhere in the picture. But with beef costing more and inflation fears abounding, the government wants to show Argentines that pork can be just as delicious as beef and cheaper. This comes after President Nestor Kirchner urged a boycott of beef to help beat back inflation. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA
RTR1CV5C
April 27, 2006
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles)...
SAN ANDRES DE GILES, Argentina
Workers process pork meat at meat processing plant in Argentina
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west of Buenos Aires April 27, 2006. Argentina is famed for its succulent steaks, made from poky cows that roam the grassy plains under a wide-open sky. Pigs squat and squinty, aren't anywhere in the picture. But with beef costing more and inflation fears abounding, the government wants to shows Argentines that pork can be just as delicious as beef and cheaper. This comes after President Nestor Kirchner urged a boycott of beef to help beat back inflation. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA PORK
RTR1CV5A
April 27, 2006
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles)...
SAN ANDRES DE GILES, Argentina
Workers process pork meat at meat processing plant in Argentina
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west of Buenos Aires April 27, 2006. Argentina is famed for its succulent steaks, made from poky cows that roam the grassy plains under a wide-open sky. Pigs squat and squinty, aren't anywhere in the picture. But with beef costing more and inflation fears abounding, the government wants to shows Argentines that pork can be just as delicious as beef and cheaper. This comes after President Nestor Kirchner urged a boycott of beef to help beat back inflation. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA PORK
RTR1CV59
April 27, 2006
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles)...
SAN ANDRES DE GILES, Argentina
Workers process pork meat at meat processing plant in Argentina
Workers process pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west of Buenos Aires April 27, 2006. Argentina is famed for its succulent steaks, made from poky cows that roam the grassy plains under a wide-open sky. Pigs squat and squinty, aren't anywhere in the picture. But with beef costing more and inflation fears abounding, the government wants to shows Argentines that pork can be just as delicious as beef and cheaper. This comes after President Nestor Kirchner urged a boycott of beef to help beat back inflation. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA PORK
RTR1CV58
April 27, 2006
A worker arranges pig carcasses at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles)...
SAN ANDRES DE GILES, Argentina
Worker arranges pig carcasses at a meat processing plant in Argentina
A worker arranges pig carcasses at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west of Buenos Aires April 27, 2006. Argentina is famed for its succulent steaks, made from poky cows that roam the grassy plains under a wide-open sky. Pigs squat and squinty, aren't anywhere in the picture. But with beef costing more and inflation fears abounding, the government wants to shows Argentines that pork can be just as delicious as beef and cheaper. This comes after President Nestor Kirchner urged a boycott of beef to help beat back inflation. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA
RTR1CV54
April 27, 2006
A worker arranges pig carcasses at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles)...
SAN ANDRES DE GILES, Argentina
Worker arranges pig carcasses at meat processing plant in Argentina
A worker arranges pig carcasses at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west of Buenos Aires April 27, 2006. Argentina is famed for its succulent steaks, made from poky cows that roam the grassy plains under a wide-open sky. Pigs squat and squinty, aren't anywhere in the picture. But with beef costing more and inflation fears abounding, the government wants to shows Argentines that pork can be just as delicious as beef and cheaper. This comes after President Nestor Kirchner urged a boycott of beef to help beat back inflation. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA PORK
RTR1CV53
April 27, 2006
Workers pack pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west...
SAN ANDRES DE GILES, Argentina
Workers pack pork at meat processing plant in Argentina
Workers pack pork meat at a meat processing plant in San Andres de Giles, about 100 km (62 miles) west of Buenos Aires April 27, 2006. Argentina is famed for its succulent steaks, made from poky cows that roam the grassy plains under a wide-open sky. Pigs squat and squinty, aren't anywhere in the picture. But with beef costing more and inflation fears abounding, the government wants to shows Argentines that pork can be just as delicious as beef and cheaper. This comes after President Nestor Kirchner urged a boycott of beef to help beat back inflation. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
KENYA LOVE
RTR1657P
February 13, 2006
A Maasai woman picks succulent leaves for her treatment in Enoombarbali, Narok district, 200 km (124...
ENOOMBARBALI, Kenya
Maasai woman picks leaves for her treatment in Enoombarbali, Kenya
A Maasai woman picks succulent leaves for her treatment in Enoombarbali, Narok district, 200 km (124 miles) west of the Kenyan capital Nairobi February 11, 2006. In Kenya's Maasailand, sometimes the war of love requires a weapon more potent than heart-shaped chocolates or a dozen red roses. And when hope fades and acts of bravery fail, many a loveless warrior turns to traditional healer Nashuru Kipeen, whose armoury of sweet-smelling herbs is known for curing the ache of a broken heart. Photo taken February 11, 2006. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA LOVE
RTR1ASIF
February 11, 2006
A Maasai woman picks succulent leaves for her treatment in Enoombarbali, Narok district, 200 km (124...
ENOOMBARBALI, Kenya
Maasai woman picks leaves for her treatment in Enoombarbali, Kenya
A Maasai woman picks succulent leaves for her treatment in Enoombarbali, Narok district, 200 km (124 miles) west of the Kenyan capital Nairobi February 11, 2006. In Kenya's Maasailand, sometimes the war of love requires a weapon more potent than heart-shaped chocolates or a dozen red roses. And when hope fades and acts of bravery fail, many a loveless warrior turns to traditional healer Nashuru Kipeen, whose armoury of sweet-smelling herbs is known for curing the ache of a broken heart. Photo taken February 11, 2006. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
CHICKENS
RTXL90I
May 22, 2002
A six-month old hen weighing 2.2 kg, stands on some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot....
Rehovt, Israel
A six-month old hen weighing 2.2 kg, stands on some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in R.....
A six-month old hen weighing 2.2 kg, stands on some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture department of the university have genetically engineered bare-skinned chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating.
CHICKENS
RTXL90H
May 22, 2002
A six-month old featherless hen weighing 2.2 kg, flaps its wings May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University...
Rehovt, Israel
A six-month old featherless hen weighing 2.2 kg, flaps its wings May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew Universi.....
A six-month old featherless hen weighing 2.2 kg, flaps its wings May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture department of the university have genetically bred bare-skinned chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating.
CHICKENS
RTXL90E
May 22, 2002
An eight-month old featherless rooster weighing 3.3kg, flaps its wings May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University...
Rehovt, Israel
An eight-month old featherless rooster weighing 3.3kg, flaps its wings May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew Un.....
An eight-month old featherless rooster weighing 3.3kg, flaps its wings May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture department of the university have genetically bred bare-skinned chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating.
CHICKENS
RTXL90D
May 22, 2002
Two featherless chickens walk around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot....
Rehovt, Israel
Two featherless chickens walk around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot......
Two featherless chickens walk around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture department of the university have genetically bred bare-skinned chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating.
CHICKENS
RTXL90C
May 22, 2002
Two featherless chickens walk around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot....
Rehovt, Israel
Two featherless chickens walk around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot......
Two featherless chickens walk around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture department of the university have genetically bred bare-skinned chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating.
CHICKENS
RTXL90B
May 22, 2002
Two featherless chickens peck around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot....
Rehovt, Israel
Two featherless chickens peck around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot......
Two featherless chickens peck around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture department of the university have genetically bred bare-skinned chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating.
CHICKENS
RTXL90A
May 22, 2002
An eight-month old rooster weighing 3.3kg, stands on some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University...
Rehovt, Israel
An eight-month old rooster weighing 3.3kg, stands on some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew Universit.....
An eight-month old rooster weighing 3.3kg, stands on some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture department of the university have genetically engineered bare-skinned chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating.
CHICKENS
RTXL909
May 22, 2002
A featherless runs on some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists...
Rehovt, Israel
A featherless runs on some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientist.....
A featherless runs on some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture department of the university have genetically bred bare-skinned chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating.
CHICKENS
RTXL908
May 22, 2002
Two featherless chickens peck around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot....
Rehovt, Israel
Two featherless chickens peck around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot......
Two featherless chickens peck around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture department of the university have genetically bred bare-skinned chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating.
ISRAEL CHICKEN
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May 22, 2002
A six-month old hen weighing 2.2 kg, stands on some grass May 22, 2002
at the Hebrew University in Rehovot....
Rehovt
FEATHERLESS CHICKEN STANDS ON GRASS AT HEBREW UNIVERSITY IN REHOVOT.
A six-month old hen weighing 2.2 kg, stands on some grass May 22, 2002
at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the
Agriculture department of the university have genetically bred
bare-skinned chickens as part of a research project to develop
succulent, low fat poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked
chicken, as the bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers
large amounts of money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from
overheating. REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

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ISRAEL CHICKEN
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May 22, 2002
A six-month old featherless hen weighing 2.2 kg, flaps its wings May
22, 2002 at the Hebrew University...
Rehovt
FEATHERLESS CHICKEN FLAPS ITS WINGS AT HEBREW UNIVERSITY IN REHOVOT.
A six-month old featherless hen weighing 2.2 kg, flaps its wings May
22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the
Agriculture department of the university have genetically bred
bare-skinned chickens as part of a research project to develop
succulent, low fat poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked
chicken, as the bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers
large amounts of money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from
overheating. REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

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ISRAEL CHICKEN
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May 22, 2002
Two featherless chickens walk around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the
Hebrew University in Rehovot....
Rehovt
FEATHERLESS CHICKENS WALK ABOUT ON GRASS AT HEBREW UNIVERSITY IN
REHOVOT.
Two featherless chickens walk around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the
Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture
department of the university have genetically bred bare-skinned
chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat
poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the
bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of
money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating.
REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

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ISRAEL CHICKEN
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May 22, 2002
An eight-month old featherless rooster weighing 3.3kg, flaps its wings
May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University...
Rehovt
FEATHERLESS ROOSTER FLAPS ITS WINGS AT HEBREW UNIVERSITY IN REHOVOT.
An eight-month old featherless rooster weighing 3.3kg, flaps its wings
May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at
the Agriculture department of the university have genetically
bred bare-skinned chickens as part of a research project to
develop succulent, low fat poultry that is environmentally friendly.
The naked chicken, as the bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry
farmers large amounts of money on ventilation to prevent their chickens
from overheating. REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

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ISRAEL CHICKEN
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May 22, 2002
Two featherless chickens peck around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the
Hebrew University in Rehovot....
Rehovt
FEATHERLESS CHICKENS WALK ABOUT ON GRASS AT HEBREW UNIVERSITY IN
REHOVOT.
Two featherless chickens peck around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the
Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture
department of the university have genetically bred bare-skinned
chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat
poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the
bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of
money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating.
REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

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ISRAEL CHICKEN
RTR5G6Z
May 22, 2002
Two featherless chickens walk around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the
Hebrew University in Rehovot....
Rehovt
FEATHERLESS CHICKENS WALK ABOUT ON GRASS AT HEBREW UNIVERSITY IN
REHOVOT.
Two featherless chickens walk around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the
Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture
department of the university have genetically bred bare-skinned
chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat
poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the
bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of
money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating.
REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

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ISRAEL CHICKEN
RTR5G6R
May 22, 2002
An eight-month old rooster weighing 3.3kg, stands on some grass May 22,
2002 at the Hebrew University...
Rehovt
FEATHERLESS ROOSTER STANDS ON GRASS AT HEBREW UNIVERSITY IN REHOVOT.
An eight-month old rooster weighing 3.3kg, stands on some grass May 22,
2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the
Agriculture department of the university have genetically bred
bare-skinned chickens as part of a research project to develop
succulent, low fat poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked
chicken, as the bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers
large amounts of money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from
overheating. REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

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ISRAEL CHICKEN
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May 22, 2002
A featherless runs on some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University
in Rehovot. Israeli scientists...
Rehovt
FEATHERLESS CHICKENS RUNS ALONG GRASS AT HEBREW UNIVERSITY IN REHOVOT.
A featherless runs on some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University
in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture department of the
university have genetically bred bare-skinned chickens as part of
a research project to develop succulent, low fat poultry that is
environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the bird has been
dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of money on
ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating. REUTERS/Havakuk
Levison

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ISRAEL CHICKEN
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May 22, 2002
Two featherless chickens peck around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the
Hebrew University in Rehovot....
Rehovt
FEATHERLESS CHICKENS WALK ABOUT ON GRASS AT HEBREW UNIVERSITY IN
REHOVOT.
Two featherless chickens peck around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the
Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture
department of the university have genetically bred bare-skinned
chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat
poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the
bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of
money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating.
REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

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YEAREND PICTURES
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May 21, 2002
An eight-month old rooster weighing 3.3kg, stands on some grass May 22, 2002
at the Hebrew University...
Rehovt
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
An eight-month old rooster weighing 3.3kg, stands on some grass May 22, 2002
at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture
department of the university have genetically engineered bare-skinned
chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat poultry
that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the bird has been
dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of money on
ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE
REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

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