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PHILIPPINES-QUAKE
RTX14EJM
October 17, 2013
A tarsier, a species among the world's smallest primates, hugs a branch after it was evacuated to a conservation...
Bohol, Philippines
Tarsier, a species among the world's smallest primates, hugs a branch after it was evacuated to a conservation...
A tarsier, a species among the world's smallest primates, hugs a branch after it was evacuated to a conservation centre at the tourist town of Lobok, Bohol, in after an earthquake struck central Philippines October 17, 2013. The Philippines started to clear roads blocked by debris on Thursday as it reckoned up the cost of this week's powerful earthquake, with the death toll rising to at least 158. Tens of thousands of residents of Bohol island, which took the brunt of Tuesday's 7.2 magnitude quake, remained living outdoors, for fear of aftershocks bringing down damaged homes. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
PHILIPPINES-QUAKE
RTX14EJL
October 17, 2013
A tarsier, a species among the world's smallest primates, hugs a branch after it was evacuated to a conservation...
Bohol, Philippines
Tarsier, species among the world's smallest primates, hugs a branch after it was evacuated to a conservation...
A tarsier, a species among the world's smallest primates, hugs a branch after it was evacuated to a conservation centre at the tourist town of Lobok, Bohol, in after an earthquake struck central Philippines October 17, 2013. The Philippines started to clear roads blocked by debris on Thursday as it reckoned up the cost of this week's powerful earthquake, with the death toll rising to at least 158. Tens of thousands of residents of Bohol island, which took the brunt of Tuesday's 7.2 magnitude quake, remained living outdoors, for fear of aftershocks bringing down damaged homes. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
PHILIPPINES-QUAKE
RTX14EJK
October 17, 2013
A tarsier, a species among the world's smallest primates, hugs a branch after it was evacuated to a conservation...
Bohol, Philippines
Tarsier, among world's smallest primates, hugs a branch after it was evacuated to a conservation centre...
A tarsier, a species among the world's smallest primates, hugs a branch after it was evacuated to a conservation centre at the tourist town of Lobok, Bohol, in after an earthquake struck central Philippines October 17, 2013. The Philippines started to clear roads blocked by debris on Thursday as it reckoned up the cost of this week's powerful earthquake, with the death toll rising to at least 158. Tens of thousands of residents of Bohol island, which took the brunt of Tuesday's 7.2 magnitude quake, remained living outdoors, for fear of aftershocks bringing down damaged homes. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
RTXHPIU
May 16, 2009
A Pygmy Tarsier is seen in Tangkoko forest of Indonesia's north Sulawesi province May 15, 2009. Pygmy...
Indonesia
Pygmy Tarsier is seen in Tangkoko forest of Indonesia's north Sulawesi province
A Pygmy Tarsier is seen in Tangkoko forest of Indonesia's north Sulawesi province May 15, 2009. Pygmy Tarsiers, which are 10-15 cm long and weigh about 98-120 grams, are one of the smallest and rarest primates in the world, according to locals. Picture taken May 15, 2009. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTXHPHP
May 16, 2009
A Pygmy Tarsier is seen in Tangkoko forest of Indonesia's north Sulawesi province May 15, 2009. Pygmy...
Indonesia
Pygmy Tarsier is seen in Tangkoko forest of Indonesia's north Sulawesi province
A Pygmy Tarsier is seen in Tangkoko forest of Indonesia's north Sulawesi province May 15, 2009. Pygmy Tarsiers, which are 10-15 cm long and weigh about 98-120 grams, are one of the smallest and rarest primates in the world, according to locals. Picture taken May 15, 2009. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR1R9BK
June 28, 2007
A Philippine Tarsier sits on the branch of a tree at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources'...
LOBOC, Philippines
A Philippine Tarsier sits on branch of tree at Department of Environment and Natural Resources' conservation...
A Philippine Tarsier sits on the branch of a tree at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources' conservation area along the Loboc riverbanks in Bohol June 27, 2007. Picture taken June 27, 2007. REUTERS/Rina Ota (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR1R9BG
June 28, 2007
A man takes a photo of Philippine Tarsiers at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources' conservation...
LOBOC, Philippines
Man takes photo of Philippine Tarsiers at Department of Environment and Natural Resources' conservation...
A man takes a photo of Philippine Tarsiers at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources' conservation area along the Loboc riverbanks in Bohol June 27, 2007. Picture taken June 27, 2007. REUTERS/Rina Ota (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR1R9BE
June 28, 2007
A Philippine Tarsier sits on the branch of a tree at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources'...
LOBOC, Philippines
Philippine Tarsier sits on branch of tree at Department of Environment and Natural Resources' conservation...
A Philippine Tarsier sits on the branch of a tree at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources' conservation area along the Loboc riverbanks in Bohol June 27, 2007. Picture taken June 27, 2007. REUTERS/Rina Ota (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR1R9BA
June 28, 2007
Philippine Tarsiers sit on the branches of a tree at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources'...
LOBOC, Philippines
Philippine Tarsiers sit on branches of tree at Department of Environment and Natural Resources' conservation...
Philippine Tarsiers sit on the branches of a tree at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources' conservation area along the Loboc riverbanks in Bohol June 27, 2007. Picture taken June 27, 2007. REUTERS/Rina Ota (PHILIPPINES)
TARSIERS
RTXO5O1
January 20, 2006
Tarsiers, the smallest primates in the world and considered an endangered species, cling to a tree branch...
Bohol, Philippines
Tarsiers, the smallest primates in the world and considered an endangered species, cling to a tree b.....
Tarsiers, the smallest primates in the world and considered an endangered species, cling to a tree branch inside a cage in a captive breeding center in Loboc, Bohol province in central Philippines January 20, 2006.
TARSIERS
RTXO5O0
January 20, 2006
A tarsier, the smallest primate in the world and considered an endangered species, reaches for a cricket...
Bohol, Philippines
A tarsier, the smallest primate in the world and considered an endangered species, reaches for a cri.....
A tarsier, the smallest primate in the world and considered an endangered species, reaches for a cricket inside a cage in a captive breeding center in Loboc, Bohol province in the central Philippines January 20, 2006.
TARSIERS
RTXO5NZ
January 20, 2006
Tarsiers, the smallest primates in the world and considered an endangered species, inside a cage in a...
Bohol, Philippines
Tarsiers, the smallest primates in the world and considered an endangered species, inside a cage in .....
Tarsiers, the smallest primates in the world and considered an endangered species, inside a cage in a captive breeding center in Loboc, Bohol province in central Philippines January 20, 2006.
PHILIPPINES
RTR18HXE
January 20, 2006
Tarsiers, the smallest primates in the world and considered an endangered species, inside a cage in a...
Bohol, Philippines
Tarsiers inside cage in central Philippines
Tarsiers, the smallest primates in the world and considered an endangered species, inside a cage in a captive breeding center in Loboc, Bohol province in central Philippines January 20, 2006. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo
PHILIPPINES
RTR18HXD
January 20, 2006
A tarsier, the smallest primate in the world and considered an endangered species, reaches for a cricket...
Bohol, Philippines
A tarsier reaches for cricket inside cage in central Philippines
A tarsier, the smallest primate in the world and considered an endangered species, reaches for a cricket inside a cage in a captive breeding center in Loboc, Bohol province in the central Philippines January 20, 2006. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo PP06010215
PHILIPPINES
RTR18HPU
January 20, 2006
Tarsiers, the smallest primates in the world and considered an endangered species, cling to a tree branch...
Bohol, Philippines
Tarsiers cling to tree branch inside cage in central Philippines
Tarsiers, the smallest primates in the world and considered an endangered species, cling to a tree branch inside a cage in a captive breeding center in Loboc, Bohol province in central Philippines January 20, 2006. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo
RTR530M
July 03, 1997
Britain's Prince Charles (C) holds in his palm one of two endangered tarsiers, the World's smallest primate,...
Philippines
PRINCE CHARLES HOLDS IN HIS PALM ONE OF TWO ENDANGERED TARSIERS
Britain's Prince Charles (C) holds in his palm one of two endangered tarsiers, the World's smallest primate, which were presented to him by Philippine President Fidel Ramos and First Lady Amelita Ramos (R) during his visit at the presidential palace in Manila July 3. The environmentally-conscious Prince, after the symbolic presentation, immediately gave back the large-eared saucer-eyed primates so they could be returned to their home in the southern Philippines.

PHILIPPINES PRINCE
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