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BRITAIN-EU/FISH
RTX1WBMX
November 29, 2015
Retired skipper Dennis Avery poses for a photograph in the wheelhouse of his former trawler the Ross...
Grimsby, United Kingdom
Retired skipper Dennis Avery poses for a photograph in the wheelhouse of his former trawler the Ross...
Retired skipper Dennis Avery poses for a photograph in the wheelhouse of his former trawler the Ross Tiger, now on display at the Fishing Heritage Centre in Grimsby, Britain November 17, 2015. Avery leads guided tours of the moored vessel and tells visitors what it was like to be a fisherman in the heyday of Grimsby's fishing fleet, before it went into decline. The European Union is not an abstract concept in Grimsby, an English port where many blame EU fishing quotas for destroying livelihoods, but views on whether Britain should quit the club are more nuanced than the decaying fish docks suggest. Photograph taken November 17, 2015. REUTERS/Phil Noble
INDIA-ECONOMY/EXPORTS
RTX13EPF
September 09, 2013
A fisherman casts his fishing net in the waters of the Vembanad lake as a container ship is seen docked...
VEMBANAD, India
A fisherman casts his fishing net in the waters of the Vembanad lake as a container ship is seen docked...
A fisherman casts his fishing net in the waters of the Vembanad lake as a container ship is seen docked in the background at a port in Vallarpadam in the southern Indian city of Kochi September 5, 2013. The upside of the Indian rupee's slump is an export boom that sets the economy straight, right? Wrong. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh echoed classical economic theory when he told parliament last month that the plunging rupee, which has lost 18 percent against the dollar since selling pressure picked up in May, would spur exports and discourage imports. Some industries are bracing for a depreciation bonanza and exports are already climbing. They rose at a double-digit pace over a year earlier in the last two months, but for a hosts of reasons, Asia's third-largest economy is unlikely to see the sort of sustained export-led revival that nursed the Tiger economies to the east back to health after the 1997 crisis decimated their currencies. To go with Insight INDIA-ECONOMY/EXPORTS Picture taken September 5, 2013. REUTERS/Sivaram V (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
BASEBALL/
RTX137KY
September 04, 2013
A fan fishes for a loose ball during batting practice before the Detroit Tigers face the Boston Red Sox...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Fan fishes for loose ball during batting practice before Detroit Tigers face Boston Red Sox in MLB American...
A fan fishes for a loose ball during batting practice before the Detroit Tigers face the Boston Red Sox in their MLB American League Baseball game in Boston, Massachusetts, September 4, 2013. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL)
AFGHANISTAN/GERMANY
RTR3BKL8
December 14, 2012
German Bundeswehr armed forces soldiers mount the rotor blades of a Tiger attack helicopter at Camp Marmal...
Masar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan
German Bundeswehr armed forces soldiers mount the rotor blades of a Tiger attack helicopter at Camp Marmal...
German Bundeswehr armed forces soldiers mount the rotor blades of a Tiger attack helicopter at Camp Marmal in Mazar-e-Sharif, northern Afghanistan, December 14, 2012. The first two German Bundeswehr armed forces Tiger attack helicopters arrived on Friday in Afghanistan. Picture taken with a fish-eye lens. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR3924N
October 12, 2012
A Swedish Saab Gripen D fighter jet is seen in a hangar during a media presentation at the Swiss Army...
Emmen, Switzerland
Swedish Saab Gripen D fighter jet is seen in a hangar during a media presentation at the Swiss Army Airbase...
A Swedish Saab Gripen D fighter jet is seen in a hangar during a media presentation at the Swiss Army Airbase in Emmen, central Switzerland October 12, 2012. The Swiss Army plans to replace their older Tiger fighter jets with the Saab Gripen planes. Picture taken with a fish-eye lens. REUTERS/Michael Buholzer (SWITZERLAND - Tags: TRANSPORT MILITARY POLITICS)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYH6
March 07, 2012
Nhorn Saroen walks to his new home in Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012....
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
Nhorn Saroen walks to his new home in Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Nhorn Saroen, 52, is among hundreds of families who have been moved inland, after signing away their property, from a fishing village. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYEP
March 07, 2012
Nhorn Saroen talks to Reuters reporters near his new home in Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
Nhorn Saroen talks to Reuters reporters near his new home in Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Nhorn Saroen, 52, is among hundreds of families who have been moved inland, after signing away their property, from a fishing village. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYEO
March 07, 2012
Nhorn Saroen talks to Reuters reporters near his new home in Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
Nhorn Saroen talks to Reuters reporters near his new home in Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Nhorn Saroen, 52, is among hundreds of families who have been moved inland, after signing away their property, from a fishing village. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
RUSSIA/
RTR2V2J2
December 10, 2011
Opposition activists wave the flag of local opposition movement "Tiger" as they hold a rally to protest...
Vladivostok, Russia
Opposition activists hold a rally to protest against violations at the parliamentary elections in Russia's...
Opposition activists wave the flag of local opposition movement "Tiger" as they hold a rally to protest against what they say are violations at the parliamentary elections, in Russia's far eastern city of Vladivostok December 10, 2011. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's opponents hope to bring large numbers of people out onto the streets across Russia on Saturday for rallies that will test their ability to channel outrage over allegations of election fraud into a powerful protest movement. The banner reads "Fish rots". REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CIVIL UNREST)
SPAIN/
RTR2SWXF
October 19, 2011
A sand tiger shark (Carcharhinus taurus) and other fish species swim inside a tank in Palma Aquarium...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
A sand tiger shark and other fish species swim inside a tank in Palma Aquarium in Mallorca
A sand tiger shark (Carcharhinus taurus) and other fish species swim inside a tank in Palma Aquarium on the the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca October 20, 2011. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: ANIMALS)
SPAIN/
RTR2SWX9
October 19, 2011
A sand tiger shark (Carcharhinus taurus) and other fish species swim inside a tank in Palma Aquarium...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
A sand tiger shark and other fish species swim inside a tank in Palma Aquarium in Mallorca
A sand tiger shark (Carcharhinus taurus) and other fish species swim inside a tank in Palma Aquarium in the the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca October 20, 2011. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: ANIMALS)
SPAIN/
RTR2SNXZ
October 14, 2011
A sand tiger shark (Carcharhinus Taurus) and other fish species swim inside a tank during a presentation...
Madrid, Spain
A sand tiger shark and other fish species swim inside a tank in the Madrid's Zoo Aquarium
A sand tiger shark (Carcharhinus Taurus) and other fish species swim inside a tank during a presentation of the European Shark Week in the Madrid's Zoo Aquarium October 14, 2011. Members of the Shark Alliance in Europe run a week of activities demanding that policy makers secure the future health of shark populations. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: ANIMALS)
SPAIN/
RTR2QL9P
August 30, 2011
A young tourist places his hand on the glass of the big blue tank where sand tiger sharks (Carcharhinus...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
A shark is seen swimming in an aquarium on the Spanish island of Mallorca
A young tourist places his hand on the glass of the big blue tank where sand tiger sharks (Carcharhinus Taurus ) and other fish species swim in the Palma Aquarium on the Spanish island of Mallorca August 31, 2011. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: ANIMALS)
SRILANKA/
RTXUY7M
November 23, 2010
Fishermen unload their morning catch to bring to a small market near the beach in Weligama November 23,...
WELIGAMA, Sri Lanka
Fishermen unload their morning catch to bring to a small market near the beach in Weligama
Fishermen unload their morning catch to bring to a small market near the beach in Weligama November 23, 2010. Sri Lanka's president Mahinda Rajapaksa proposed a 2011 budget on Monday promising a swathe of tax cuts including trying to promote the fishing industry by exempting them from taxes for five years. However, there were few specifics about how revenue would be raised in the budget, the first full-year spending plan since the country won a quarter-century war over the Tamil Tigers separatists in May 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT FOOD)
SRILANKA/
RTXUY7C
November 23, 2010
A fisherman walks back to his boat after bringing his morning catch to a small market near the beach...
WELIGAMA, Sri Lanka
A fisherman walks back to his boat after bringing his morning catch to a small market near the beach...
A fisherman walks back to his boat after bringing his morning catch to a small market near the beach in Weligama November 23, 2010. Sri Lanka's president Mahinda Rajapaksa proposed a 2011 budget on Monday promising a swathe of tax cuts including trying to promote the fishing industry by exempting them from taxes for five years. However, there were few specifics about how revenue would be raised in the budget, the first full-year spending plan since the country won a quarter-century war over the Tamil Tigers separatists in May 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS FOOD)
SRILANKA/
RTXUY7B
November 23, 2010
Fishermen check their nets for any fish they missed before brining them to market in Weligama November...
WELIGAMA, Sri Lanka
Fishermen check their nets for any fish they missed before brining them to market in Weligama
Fishermen check their nets for any fish they missed before brining them to market in Weligama November 23, 2010. Sri Lanka's president Mahinda Rajapaksa proposed a 2011 budget on Monday promising a swathe of tax cuts including trying to promote the fishing industry by exempting them from taxes for five years. However, there were few specifics about how revenue would be raised in the budget, the first full-year spending plan since the country won a quarter-century war over the Tamil Tigers separatists in May 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS FOOD)
SRILANKA-BUDGET/
RTXUY76
November 23, 2010
A fisherman sorts fish that he bought at a small market near the beach in Weligama November 23, 2010....
WELIGAMA, Sri Lanka
A fisherman sorts fish that he just bought at a small market near the beach in Weligama
A fisherman sorts fish that he bought at a small market near the beach in Weligama November 23, 2010. Sri Lanka's president Mahinda Rajapaksa proposed a 2011 budget on Monday promising a swathe of tax cuts including trying to promote the fishing industry by exempting them from taxes for five years. However, there were few specifics about how revenue would be raised in the budget, the first full-year spending plan since the country won a quarter-century war over the Tamil Tigers separatists in May 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS FOOD)
OIL-RIG/LEAK
RTR2ELY7
May 31, 2010
Darryl Young of New Orleans, Louisiana does a Second Line dance while blessing the cleanup workers and...
GRAND ISLE, UNITED STATES
Young of New Orleans, Louisiana does a Second Line dance while blessing cleanup workers and soldiers...
Darryl Young of New Orleans, Louisiana does a Second Line dance while blessing the cleanup workers and soldiers with the Louisiana National Guard as they work on a Tiger Dam to protect Grand Isle from encroaching oil brought in from a high tide in Grand Isle, Louisiana on May 31, 2010. Oil from BP's out-of-control Gulf of Mexico oil spill could threaten the Mississippi and Alabama coasts this week, U.S. forecasters said on Monday, as public anger surged over the country's worst environmental disaster. As a health precaution, U.S. authorities have closed all fishing in 25 percent of Gulf of Mexico U.S. federal waters. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
OIL-RIG/LEAK
RTR2ELXU
May 31, 2010
Darryl Young of New Orleans, Louisiana does a Second Line dance while blessing the cleanup workers and...
GRAND ISLE, UNITED STATES
Young of New Orleans, Louisiana does a Second Line dance while blessing cleanup workers and soldiers...
Darryl Young of New Orleans, Louisiana does a Second Line dance while blessing the cleanup workers and soldiers with the Louisiana National Guard as they work on a Tiger Dam to protect Grand Isle from encroaching oil brought in from a high tide in Grand Isle, Louisiana on May 31, 2010. Oil from BP's out-of-control Gulf of Mexico oil spill could threaten the Mississippi and Alabama coasts this week, U.S. forecasters said on Monday, as public anger surged over the country's worst environmental disaster. As a health precaution, U.S. authorities have closed all fishing in 25 percent of Gulf of Mexico U.S. federal waters. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
OIL-RIG/LEAK
RTR2ELXS
May 31, 2010
Darryl Young of New Orleans, Louisiana does a second line dance while blessing the cleanup workers and...
GRAND ISLE, UNITED STATES
Young of New Orleans, Louisiana does a second line dance while blessing cleanup workers and soldiers...
Darryl Young of New Orleans, Louisiana does a second line dance while blessing the cleanup workers and soldiers with the Louisiana National Guard as they work on a Tiger Dam to protect Grand Isle from encroaching oil brought in from a high tide in Grand Isle, Louisiana on May 31, 2010. Oil from BP's out-of-control Gulf of Mexico oil spill could threaten the Mississippi and Alabama coasts this week, U.S. forecasters said on Monday, as public anger surged over the country's worst environmental disaster. As a health precaution, U.S. authorities have closed all fishing in 25 percent of Gulf of Mexico U.S. federal waters. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
OIL-RIG/LEAK
RTR2ELXN
May 31, 2010
A cleanup worker walks beside the Tiger Dam set up by the Louisiana National Guard to protect Grand Isle...
GRAND ISLE, UNITED STATES
A cleanup worker walks beside the Tiger Dam set up by the Louisiana National Guard to protect Grand Isle...
A cleanup worker walks beside the Tiger Dam set up by the Louisiana National Guard to protect Grand Isle from encroaching oil brought in from a high tide in Grand Isle, Louisiana on May 31, 2010. Oil from BP's out-of-control Gulf of Mexico oil spill could threaten the Mississippi and Alabama coasts this week, U.S. forecasters said on Monday, as public anger surged over the country's worst environmental disaster. As a health precaution, U.S. authorities have closed all fishing in 25 percent of Gulf of Mexico U.S. federal waters. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
SRILANKA-REFUGEES
RTR28AE8
December 22, 2009
A resettled Singhalese woman holds a plate containing her family's breakfast of fried fish and chillies...
Vavuniya, Sri Lanka
A resettled Singhalese woman holds a plate containing her family's breakfast of fried fish and chillies...
A resettled Singhalese woman holds a plate containing her family's breakfast of fried fish and chillies in a resettlement camp near Vavuniya, 254 km (158 miles) north of Colombo, December 22, 2009. The Singhalese villages in the area were displaced by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) during the 30-year war, before the government resettled the residents in October 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA)
KOREA/
RTR1VQOX
January 13, 2008
A boy drops a line in a hole on a frozen river during a trout fishing event in Hwacheon, about 20 km...
HWACHEON, South Korea
A boy drops a line in a hole on a frozen river during a trout fishing event in Hwacheon near DMZ
A boy drops a line in a hole on a frozen river during a trout fishing event in Hwacheon, about 20 km (12 miles) south of the demilitarised zone separating two Koreas, northeast of Seoul January 13, 2008. More than 1,000,000 people attend at the annual ice festival which lasts for three weeks in January. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
BASEBALL/
RTR1RL22
July 07, 2007
Television reporter Natsuko Aoike presents a gift basket of "Star Fish" fruit to Boston Red Sox pitcher...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Television reporter Aoike presents gift basket to Boston Red Sox pitcher Okajima before start of American...
Television reporter Natsuko Aoike presents a gift basket of "Star Fish" fruit to Boston Red Sox pitcher Hideki Okajima in honor of him joining the 2007 All-Star Final Vote before the start of their American League MLB baseball game against the Detroit Tigers in Detroit, Michigan July 7, 2007. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1NSK1
March 23, 2007
A tiger rug is placed on the shelves at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property Repository...
Commerce City, UNITED STATES
A tiger rug is placed on the shelves at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property Repository...
A tiger rug is placed on the shelves at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property Repository in Commerce City, Colorado March 22, 2007. The Repository holds thousands of illegal wildlife trade artefacts confiscated at ports of entry to the United States. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1NSJX
March 23, 2007
A collection of cat rugs are placed on the shelves at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property...
Commerce City, UNITED STATES
A collection of cat rugs are placed on the shelves at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property...
A collection of cat rugs are placed on the shelves at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property Repository in Commerce City, Colorado March 22, 2007. The Repository holds thousands of illegal wildlife trade artefacts confiscated at ports of entry to the United States. On the shelves are (L-R) a leopard, a clouded leopard, a leopard and two tigers. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1NSAP
March 23, 2007
Tiger rugs are seen on the shelves of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property Repository...
Commerce City, UNITED STATES
Tiger rugs are seen on the shelves of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property Repository...
Tiger rugs are seen on the shelves of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property Repository in Commerce City, Colorado March 22, 2007. The Repository holds thousands of illegal wildlife trade artefacts confiscated at ports of entry to the United States. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1NSAI
March 23, 2007
A collection of cat rugs are placed on the shelves at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property...
Commerce City, UNITED STATES
A collection of cat rugs are placed on the shelves at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property...
A collection of cat rugs are placed on the shelves at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property Repository in Commerce City, Colorado March 22, 2007. The Repository holds thousands of illegal wildlife trade artefacts confiscated at ports of entry to the United States. On the shelves are (L-R) a leopard, a clouded leopard, a leopard and two tigers. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1NSA7
March 23, 2007
A tiger rug is placed on the shelves at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property Repository...
Commerce City, UNITED STATES
A tiger rug is placed on the shelves at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property Repository...
A tiger rug is placed on the shelves at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property Repository in Commerce City, Colorado March 22, 2007. The Repository holds thousands of illegal wildlife trade artefacts confiscated at ports of entry to the United States. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1NS7B
March 22, 2007
Bernadette Atencio, Supervisory Wildlife Repository Specialist, at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service...
Commerce City, UNITED STATES
Bernadette Atencio opens a bag containing a tiger rug in Commerce City
Bernadette Atencio, Supervisory Wildlife Repository Specialist, at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Property Repository opens a bag containing a tiger rug in Commerce City, Colorado March 22, 2007. The Repository holds thousands of illegal wildlife trade artefacts confiscated at ports of entry to the United States. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
SRILANKA-SETTLEMENT
RTR1NKAF
March 17, 2007
Boys paddle a fishing boat in a lagoon in captured Tamil rebel territory in the east of the island at...
Vakarai, Sri Lanka
To match feature SRILANKA-SETTLEMENT
Boys paddle a fishing boat in a lagoon in captured Tamil rebel territory in the east of the island at Vakarai March 16, 2007. An estimated 120,000-150,000 people have been displaced by artillery duels and air raids in recent months as the military drove the Tigers from a stronghold near the strategic port of Trincomalee, 155 miles (250 km) northeast of Colombo, and refugees continue to flee an army offensive further south. Picture taken March 16, 2007. To match feature SRILANKA-SETTLEMENT REUTERS/ Buddhika Weerasinghe (SRI LANKA)
SRILANKA WAR/TOURISM
RTR1KOY3
December 26, 2006
A fisherman rows his traditional boat in the fishing port of Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka December 18, 2006....
Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka
To match feature SRILANKA-WAR/TOURISM
A fisherman rows his traditional boat in the fishing port of Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka December 18, 2006. Thousands of travellers normally flock to this sun-kissed, palm-fringed spot on Sri Lanka's southwest coast, renowned for its coral reefs and ochre beaches. But most tourists have stayed away this year, deterred by renewed civil war between the state and Tamil Tiger rebels that has killed 3,000 people this year alone amid a rash of land battles, air raids and suicide bombings. To match feature SRILANKA-WAR/TOURISM REUTERS/Buddhika Weerasinghe (SRI LANKA)
USA
RTR1HDM1
September 16, 2006
Jared Lilly plays music with an I-Fish at the Tiger Electronics Totally Tech Tour (T3) in New York City...
UNITED STATES
Lilly plays music with an I-Fish at the Tiger Electronics Totally Tech Tour in New York City
Jared Lilly plays music with an I-Fish at the Tiger Electronics Totally Tech Tour (T3) in New York City September 15, 2006. The I-Fish lights up and moves according to the music played on it. REUTERS/Tiger Electronics/Bill Kostroun/Handout (UNITED STATES)
PERU
RTXOUXT
July 20, 2006
A Uros woman walks next to tiger headed totora reed boats on Uros Island in Lake Titicaca July 19, 2006....
Puno, Peru
A Uros woman walks next to tiger headed totora reed boats on Uros Island in Lake Titicaca July 19, 2.....
A Uros woman walks next to tiger headed totora reed boats on Uros Island in Lake Titicaca July 19, 2006. The Uros Islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood.
PERU
RTR1FNM6
July 20, 2006
An Uro woman walks next to tiger-headed totora reed boats on Uros Island in Lake Titicaca July 19, 2006....
Puno, Peru
An Uro woman walks next to tiger-headed totora reed boats on Uros island in Lake Titicaca
An Uro woman walks next to tiger-headed totora reed boats on Uros Island in Lake Titicaca July 19, 2006. The Uros Islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uro people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU)
MAURITANIA FISHING
RTR1D8AF
May 10, 2006
Fishermen arrive on a wooden fishing boat in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou, March 12, 2006....
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING
Fishermen arrive on a wooden fishing boat in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou, March 12, 2006. Mauritania's shores, where the Sahara meets the Atlantic ocean, are home to one of the world's largest concentrations of fish, crustaceans and molluscs, as well as hammerhead and tiger sharks, dolphins, turtles and rays. Despite its natural wealth and population of just three million, the Islamic Republic, which straddles Arab and black West Africa, is one of the world's poorest nations. To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING REUTERS/Juan Medina
MAURITANIA FISHING
RTR1D8AD
May 10, 2006
Fishermen sit inside a wooden fishing boat in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou, March 12, 2006....
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING
Fishermen sit inside a wooden fishing boat in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou, March 12, 2006. Mauritania's shores, where the Sahara meets the Atlantic ocean, are home to one of the world's largest concentrations of fish, crustaceans and molluscs, as well as hammerhead and tiger sharks, dolphins, turtles and rays. Despite its natural wealth and population of just three million, the Islamic Republic, which straddles Arab and black West Africa, is one of the world's poorest nations. To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING REUTERS/Juan Medina
MAURITANIA FISHING
RTR1D8AC
May 10, 2006
Fishermen stand inside a wooden fishing boat in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou March 12, 2006....
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING
Fishermen stand inside a wooden fishing boat in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou March 12, 2006. Mauritania's shores, where the Sahara meets the Atlantic ocean, are home to one of the world's largest concentrations of fish, crustaceans and molluscs, as well as hammerhead and tiger sharks, dolphins, turtles and rays. Despite its natural wealth and population of just three million, the Islamic Republic, which straddles Arab and black West Africa, is one of the world's poorest nations. To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING REUTERS/Juan Medina
MAURITANIA FISHING
RTR1D8AA
May 10, 2006
A man sits in front of small wooden fishing boats in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou, March 12,...
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING
A man sits in front of small wooden fishing boats in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou, March 12, 2006. Mauritania's shores, where the Sahara meets the Atlantic ocean, are home to one of the world's largest concentrations of fish, crustaceans and molluscs, as well as hammerhead and tiger sharks, dolphins, turtles and rays. Despite its natural wealth and population of just three million, the Islamic Republic, which straddles Arab and black West Africa, is one of the world's poorest nations. To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING REUTERS/Juan Medina
MAURITANIA FISHING
RTR1D8A9
May 10, 2006
Fishermen sit inside small wooden fishing boats in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou March 12,...
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING
Fishermen sit inside small wooden fishing boats in the Mauritanian port city of Nouadhibou March 12, 2006. Mauritania's shores, where the Sahara meets the Atlantic ocean, are home to one of the world's largest concentrations of fish, crustaceans and molluscs, as well as hammerhead and tiger sharks, dolphins, turtles and rays. Despite its natural wealth and population of just three million, the Islamic Republic, which straddles Arab and black West Africa, is one of the world's poorest nations. To match feature MAURITANIA FISHING REUTERS/Juan Medina
SRILANKA NAVAL
RTR18ND7
January 21, 2006
Sri Lankan soldiers patrol near the fishing harbour area in Trincomalee, eastern Sri Lanka, January 21,...
Trincomalee, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan soldiers patrol near fishing harbor area in Trincomalee, eastern Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan soldiers patrol near the fishing harbour area in Trincomalee, eastern Sri Lanka, January 21, 2006. Off Sri Lanka's east coast, navy fast attack boat crews nervously eye local fishermen through heavy machinegun sights, worried they may soon be fighting Tamil Tiger rebels for control of crucial sea-lanes. Picture taken January 21, 2006. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
SRILANKA NAVAL
RTR18N5I
January 21, 2006
Tamil fishermen sell their fish at Nillavelli fishing harbor in Trincomalee, eastern Sri Lanka, January...
Trincomalee, Sri Lanka
Tamil fishermen sell their fish at Nillavelli fishing harbor in Trincomalee, eastern Sri Lanka
Tamil fishermen sell their fish at Nillavelli fishing harbor in Trincomalee, eastern Sri Lanka, January 21, 2006. Off Sri Lanka's east coast, navy fast attack boat crews nervously eye local fishermen through heavy machinegun sights, worried they may soon be fighting Tamil Tiger rebels for control of crucial sea-lanes. Picture taken January 21, 2006. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
SRILANKA
RTR1BNHO
December 29, 2005
A Sri Lankan fisherman spreads his fishing net at a lagoon in Batticaloa, eastern Sri Lanka, December...
Batticaloa, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan fisherman spreads his fishing net at a lagoon in Batticaloa
A Sri Lankan fisherman spreads his fishing net at a lagoon in Batticaloa, eastern Sri Lanka, December 29, 2005. As the white-clad body of slain pro-Tamil Tiger rebel politician Joseph Pararajasingam lay in a hall on Thursday, mourners blamed the government and international monitors warned that the country may be sliding back into civil war. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
TSUNAMI SRI LANKA ELECTION
RTR19R4Q
October 31, 2005
A Sri Lankan fisherman repairs his fishing net at a temporary house in Asia's tsunami hit Pareliya, southern...
Ambalngoda, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan fisherman repairs his fishing net at a temporary house in Asia's tsunami hit Pareliya
A Sri Lankan fisherman repairs his fishing net at a temporary house in Asia's tsunami hit Pareliya, southern Sri Lanka, October 31, 2005. Seen as roughly neck and neck with Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapakse in the Nov. 17 poll, aides of main opposition United National Party presidential candidate Ranil Wickremesinghe say he is gaining support in areas hit hard by the tsunami -- although the election is still expected to centre on the economy and ongoing peace process with the rebel Tamil Tigers. Photo taken October 31, 2005. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
CATS
RTXNIH3
May 25, 2005
A cat relaxes at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 24, 2005. The park,...
Corbett, India
A cat relaxes at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 24, 2005. The pa.....
A cat relaxes at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 24, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. [Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds. Picture taken on May 24, 2005.]
INDIA
RTXNIGZ
May 25, 2005
An India woman pulls a fishing net while she collects prawns at Bali Island in the Sunderbans mangrove...
Bali Island, India
An India woman pulls a fishing net while she collects prawns at Bali Island in the Sunderbans mangro.....
An India woman pulls a fishing net while she collects prawns at Bali Island in the Sunderbans mangrove forest delta May 24, 2005. Collection of tiger prawn seeds is threatening the Sunderland's mangrove ecology. Thousands of people have turned to collecting prawn seeds, using nylon nets, which are dragged along the riverbanks. Sunderbans is the riverine mangrove marshlands along the coast of the Bay of Bengal and one of the last surviving natural habitats of the tiger. Pictures taken on May 24, 2005.
MONKEYS
RTXNIGP
May 25, 2005
A monkey sits on a branch in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India,...
Corbett, India
A monkey sits on a branch in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in I.....
A monkey sits on a branch in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 25, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered [Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds.]
INDIA
RTRCCF2
May 25, 2005
Picture shows the eye of an elephant at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India,...
Corbett, India
Picture shows the eye of an elephant at Corbett National Park in north India.
Picture shows the eye of an elephant at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 25, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/TC
INDIA
RTRCCEF
May 25, 2005
A park worker rides an elephant at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May...
Corbett, India
A park worker rides an elephant at Corbett National Park, in north India.
A park worker rides an elephant at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 25, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/TC
INDIA
RTRCCE5
May 25, 2005
Picture shows the eye of an elephant at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India,...
Corbett, India
Picture shows the eye of an elephant at Corbett National Park, in north India.
Picture shows the eye of an elephant at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 25, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan PP05050270 DB/TC
INDIA
RTRCCDQ
May 25, 2005
Monkeys sit in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 25, 2005....
Corbett, India
Monkeys sit in the jungle at Corbett National Park in north India.
Monkeys sit in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 25, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/TC
INDIA
RTRCCDB
May 25, 2005
A monkey sits on a branch in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India,...
Corbett, India
A monkey sits on a branch in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern India.
A monkey sits on a branch in the jungle at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 25, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/TC
INDIA
RTRCDEE
May 24, 2005
An India woman pulls a fishing net while she collects prawns at Bali Island in the Sunderbans mangrove...
Bali Island, India
An India woman pulls a fishing net while she collects prawns at Bali Island in the Sunderbans ...
An India woman pulls a fishing net while she collects prawns at Bali Island in the Sunderbans mangrove forest delta. An India woman pulls a fishing net while she collects prawns at Bali Island in the Sunderbans mangrove forest delta May 24, 2005. Collection of tiger prawn seeds is threatening the Sunderland's mangrove ecology. Thousands of people have turned to collecting prawn seeds, using nylon nets, which are dragged along the riverbanks. Sunderbans is the riverine mangrove marshlands along the coast of the Bay of Bengal and one of the last surviving natural habitats of the tiger. Pictures taken on May 24, 2005. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw
INDIA
RTRCCFE
May 24, 2005
A cat relaxes at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 24, 2005. The park,...
Corbett, India
A cat relaxes at Corbett National Park in north India.
A cat relaxes at Corbett National Park, in northern Uttaranchal state in India, May 24, 2005. The park, established in 1936, covers an area of 520 sq km (200 sq mi) in the Siwalik Range of the Sub-Himalayas. Its main purpose has been to protect the plant and animal life in the valley of the Ramganga River, especially the endangered Bengal tiger, of which there are now about 100 in the park, and the gharial, a species of fish-eating crocodile. The park also contains elephants, hyenas, jackals, bears, several species of deer and monkey, and more than 600 species of birds. Picture taken on May 24, 2005. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/TC
TSUNAMI SRILANKA REBELS
RTRAEXB
May 07, 2005
A Tamil fisherman repairs his fishing net in a temporary house in the Tamil Tiger rebel stronghold of...
Mulathive, Sri Lanka
A Tamil fisherman repairs his fishing net in a temporary house in the Tamil Tiger rebel ...
A Tamil fisherman repairs his fishing net in a temporary house in the Tamil Tiger rebel stronghold of Mulathive, Sri Lanka. A Tamil fisherman repairs his fishing net in a temporary house in the Tamil Tiger rebel stronghold of Mulathive, Sri Lanka May 7, 2005. A three-year truce between the Sri Lankan government and Tamil Tiger rebel is in jeopardy as Colombo has failed to fulfil its promises to restore normalcy and has eliminated prominent Tamils, a top rebel leader said on Saturday. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
TSUNAMI SRILANKA REBELS
RTRAEX2
May 07, 2005
A Tamil fisherman repairs his fishing net in a temporary house in the Tamil Tiger rebel stronghold Mulathive,...
Mulathive, Sri Lanka
A Tamil fisherman repairs his fishing net in a temporary house in the Tamil Tiger rebel ...
A Tamil fisherman repairs his fishing net in a temporary house in the Tamil Tiger rebel stronghold Mulathive, Sri Lanka. A Tamil fisherman repairs his fishing net in a temporary house in the Tamil Tiger rebel stronghold Mulathive, Sri Lanka May 7, 2005. A three-year truce between the Sri Lankan government and Tamil Tiger rebel is in jeopardy as Colombo has failed to fulfil its promises to restore normalcy and has eliminated prominent Tamils, a top rebel leader said on Saturday. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
LANKA CHARLES QUAKE
RTRON1B
February 28, 2005
Britain's Prince Charles listens as a fisherman describes how his fishing boat was destroyed by the tsunami...
Colombo
Britain's Prince Charles listens as a fisherman describes how his fishing boat was destroyed by ...
Britain's Prince Charles listens as a fisherman describes how his fishing boat was destroyed by the tsunami in Batticaloa. Britain's Prince Charles (L) listens as a fisherman describes how his fishing boat was destroyed by the tsunami in Batticaloa in northern Sri Lanka February 28, 2005. Prince Charles flew to Sri Lanka's restive east on Monday to meet survivors of Asia's tsunami, but will steer well clear of Tamil Tiger rebels who control pockets of jungle there despite an invitation to visit. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
COLOMBIA BUSH
RTR15CG2
November 20, 2004
A man gives fish to tiger sharks in Islas del Rosario, near Cartagena, Colombia, November 20, 2004. U.S....
Cartagena, Colombia
A man gives fish to tiger sharks in Islas del Rosario before the visit of US President George W. Bush....
A man gives fish to tiger sharks in Islas del Rosario, near Cartagena, Colombia, November 20, 2004. U.S. President George W. Bush will visit Cartagena, Colombia, on November 22. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera PP04110153 DM
PERU
RTXN1L8
November 09, 2004
- PHOTO TAKEN 05NOV04 - A Uro woman guides a tourists on a tiger headed totora reed boat on Lake Titicaca...
Puno, Peru
- PHOTO TAKEN 05NOV04 - A Uro woman guides a tourists on a tiger headed totora reed boat on Lake Tit.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 05NOV04 - A Uro woman guides a tourists on a tiger headed totora reed boat on Lake Titicaca with Uros island on the background, November 5, 2004. The Floating Islands of Uros are made by natives from compacted beds of totora reeds. The islands are located in Lake Titicaca, the worlds highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people who live on the islands fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood.
MB
RTRFBRU
November 05, 2004
A Uro woman guides a tourists on a tiger headed totora reed boat on Lake Titicaca with Uros island on...
Puno, Peru
Uro woman guides tourists on a tiger headed totora reed boat on Lake Titicaca.
A Uro woman guides a tourists on a tiger headed totora reed boat on Lake Titicaca with Uros island on the background, November 5, 2004. The Floating Islands of Uros are made by natives from compacted beds of totora reeds. The islands are located in Lake Titicaca, the worlds highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people who live on the islands fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
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