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BRITAIN-ZOO/STOCKTAKE
RTXG7PB1
August 26, 2021
Zookeeper Unnar Aervarsson weighs a Midwife Toad on a weighing spoon, during the annual stocktake at...
London, United Kingdom
Zookeeper Unnar Aervarsson weighs a Midwife Toad at ZSL London Zoo in London
Zookeeper Unnar Aervarsson weighs a Midwife Toad on a weighing spoon, during the annual stocktake at ZSL London Zoo, in London, Britain, August 26, 2021. REUTERS/John Sibley
BRITAIN-ZOO/STOCKTAKE
RTXG7P7F
August 26, 2021
Zookeeper Unnar Aervarsson attempts to weigh a Midwife Toad on a weighing spoon, during the annual stocktake...
London, United Kingdom
Zookeeper Unnar Aervarsson attempts to weigh a Midwife Toad at ZSL London Zoo in London
Zookeeper Unnar Aervarsson attempts to weigh a Midwife Toad on a weighing spoon, during the annual stocktake at ZSL London Zoo, in London, Britain, August 26, 2021. REUTERS/John Sibley
BRITAIN-ZOO/STOCKTAKE
RTXG7P7D
August 26, 2021
Zookeeper Unnar Aervarsson weighs a Midwife Toad on a weighing spoon, during the annual stocktake at...
London, United Kingdom
Zookeeper Unnar Aervarsson weighs a Midwife Toad at ZSL London Zoo in London
Zookeeper Unnar Aervarsson weighs a Midwife Toad on a weighing spoon, during the annual stocktake at ZSL London Zoo, in London, Britain, August 26, 2021. REUTERS/John Sibley
ALBANIA-ENVIRONMENT/VJOSA
RTXCV9I2
May 31, 2021
A toad is pictured at Shushica river, one of the biggest tributaries of the Vjosa river, which environmentalists...
SELENICA, Albania
Toad is pictured at Shushica river, in Selenica
A toad is pictured at Shushica river, one of the biggest tributaries of the Vjosa river, which environmentalists call 'the last wild river in Europe' in Selenica, Albania May 31, 2021. Picture taken May 31, 2021. REUTERS/Florion Goga
ALBANIA-ENVIRONMENT/VJOSA
RTXCV9MU
May 30, 2021
A toad is pictured in Shushica river, one of the biggest tributaries of the Vjosa river, which environmentalists...
BRATAJ, Albania
Toad is pictured in Shushica river, one of the biggest tributaries of the Vjosa river, in Brataj
A toad is pictured in Shushica river, one of the biggest tributaries of the Vjosa river, which environmentalists call 'the last wild river in Europe', in Brataj, Albania May 30, 2021. Picture taken May 30, 2021. REUTERS/Florion Goga
ALBANIA-ENVIRONMENT/VJOSA
RTXCV9KD
May 30, 2021
A toad is pictured by Shushica river, one of the biggest tributaries of the Vjosa river, which environmentalists...
BRATAJ, Albania
Toad is pictured by Shushica river, in Brataj
A toad is pictured by Shushica river, one of the biggest tributaries of the Vjosa river, which environmentalists call 'the last wild river in Europe', in Brataj, Albania May 30, 2021. Picture taken May 30, 2021. REUTERS/Florion Goga
USA-SOLAR/BROWNFIELDS
RTXDK6NL
May 26, 2021
An environmental worker holds a Fowlers Toad at the Toms River Solar Farm which was built on an EPA Superfund...
TOMS RIVER, UNITED STATES
Solar developers look to post-industrial sites for industry's dramatic growth
An environmental worker holds a Fowlers Toad at the Toms River Solar Farm which was built on an EPA Superfund site in Toms River, New Jersey, U.S., 26 May, 2021. Picture taken May 26, 2021. REUTERS/Dane Rhys
ENVIRONMENT-ESTONIA/FROGS
RTXBH3B1
April 14, 2021
A toad is pictured on the road in Tallinn, Estonia April 13, 2021. Picture taken on April 13, 2021. REUTERS/Janis...
Tallinn, Estonia
Estonian capital closes traffic to let frogs cross the road
A toad is pictured on the road in Tallinn, Estonia April 13, 2021. Picture taken on April 13, 2021. REUTERS/Janis Laizans
ENVIRONMENT-ESTONIA/FROGS
RTXBH35I
April 14, 2021
A toad is pictured on the road in Tallinn, Estonia April 13, 2021. Picture taken on April 13, 2021. REUTERS/Janis...
Tallinn, Estonia
Estonian capital closes traffic to let frogs cross the road
A toad is pictured on the road in Tallinn, Estonia April 13, 2021. Picture taken on April 13, 2021. REUTERS/Janis Laizans
ENVIRONMENT-ESTONIA/FROGS
RTXBH35H
April 14, 2021
A toad is pictured on the road in Tallinn, Estonia April 13, 2021. Picture taken on April 13, 2021. REUTERS/Janis...
Tallinn, Estonia
Estonian capital closes traffic to let frogs cross the road
A toad is pictured on the road in Tallinn, Estonia April 13, 2021. Picture taken on April 13, 2021. REUTERS/Janis Laizans
ENVIRONMENT-ESTONIA/FROGS
RTXBH335
April 14, 2021
A toad is pictured on the road in Tallinn, Estonia April 13, 2021. Picture taken on April 13, 2021. REUTERS/Janis...
Tallinn, Estonia
Estonian capital closes traffic to let frogs cross the road
A toad is pictured on the road in Tallinn, Estonia April 13, 2021. Picture taken on April 13, 2021. REUTERS/Janis Laizans
CLIMATE-CHANGE/USA-NAVAJO
RTX804AE
October 05, 2020
Leonard Sloan, 64, who is from Navajo Nation, holds a horned toad (also known as a 'horny' toad), against...
Gap, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Climate change is drying the lifeblood of Navajo ranchers as their lands become desert...
Leonard Sloan, 64, who is from Navajo Nation, holds a horned toad (also known as a 'horny' toad), against his chest whilst saying a prayer for rain in the Bodaway Chapter in the Navajo Nation, Gap, Arizona, U.S. September 17, 2020. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith SEARCH "NAVAJO KEITH" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
BRITAIN-FROG LADDERS/
RTS24XN4
November 07, 2018
A common frog is seen climbing out of a drain using an 'amphibian ladder' designed by the British Herpetological...
Warwickshire, United Kingdom
A common frog is seen climbing out of a drain using an 'amphibian ladder' designed by the British Herpetological...
A common frog is seen climbing out of a drain using an 'amphibian ladder' designed by the British Herpetological Society to help frogs, toads, salamanders and newts escape roadside gully pots, in Warwickshire, Britain, October 15, 2018. REUTERS/
BRITAIN-FROG LADDERS/
RTS24XN2
November 07, 2018
A common frog is seen climbing out of a drain using an 'amphibian ladder' designed by the British Herpetological...
Warwickshire, United Kingdom
A common frog is seen climbing out of a drain using an 'amphibian ladder' designed by the British Herpetological...
A common frog is seen climbing out of a drain using an 'amphibian ladder' designed by the British Herpetological Society to help frogs, toads, salamanders and newts escape roadside gully pots, in Warwickshire, Britain, October 15, 2018. Picture taken October 15, 2018. REUTERS/Matthew Stock
BRITAIN-FROG LADDERS/
RTS24XN1
November 07, 2018
A common frog is seen climbing out of a drain using an 'amphibian ladder' designed by the British Herpetological...
Warwickshire, United Kingdom
A common frog is seen climbing out of a drain using an 'amphibian ladder' designed by the British Herpetological...
A common frog is seen climbing out of a drain using an 'amphibian ladder' designed by the British Herpetological Society to help frogs, toads, salamanders and newts escape roadside gully pots, in Warwickshire, Britain, October 15, 2018. REUTERS/
AUSTRALIA-FROGS/
RTS1J9ZB
November 10, 2017
An Australian Green Tree frog named "Godzilla" sits on the hand of Kathy Potter of the Frog and Toad...
Sydney, Australia
An Australian Green Tree frog sits on the hand of Potter during the launch of the Australian Museum's...
An Australian Green Tree frog named "Godzilla" sits on the hand of Kathy Potter of the Frog and Toad Study Group during the launch of the Australian Museum's national frog count phone app called "FrogID" in Sydney, Australia, November 10, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AUSTRALIA-FROGS/
RTS1J9WU
November 09, 2017
An Australian Green Tree frog named "Godzilla" sits on the hand of Kathy Potter of the Frog and Toad...
Sydney, Australia
An Australian Green Tree frog sits on the hand of Potter during the launch of the Australian Museum's...
An Australian Green Tree frog named "Godzilla" sits on the hand of Kathy Potter of the Frog and Toad Study Group during the launch of the Australian Museum's national frog count phone app called "FrogID" in Sydney, Australia, November 10, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-FROGS/
RTS1J9WT
November 09, 2017
An Australian Green Tree frog named "Godzilla" sits on the hand of Kathy Potter of the Frog and Toad...
Sydney, Australia
An Australian Green Tree frog sits on the hand of Potter during the launch of the Australian Museum's...
An Australian Green Tree frog named "Godzilla" sits on the hand of Kathy Potter of the Frog and Toad Study Group during the launch of the Australian Museum's national frog count phone app called "FrogID" in Sydney, Australia, November 10, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-FROGS/
RTS1J9WS
November 09, 2017
An Australian Green Tree frog named "Godzilla" sits on the hand of Kathy Potter of the Frog and Toad...
Sydney, Australia
An Australian Green Tree frog sits on the hand of Potter during the launch of the Australian Museum's...
An Australian Green Tree frog named "Godzilla" sits on the hand of Kathy Potter of the Frog and Toad Study Group during the launch of the Australian Museum's national frog count phone app called "FrogID" in Sydney, Australia, November 10, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
VENEZUELA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1YU5I
December 15, 2015
A Dendrobates leucomelas frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs...
Caracas, Venezuela
A Dendrobates leucomelas frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas
A Dendrobates leucomelas frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs and toads are in critical danger due to climate change as rising temperatures complicate reproduction and spread a deadly fungus, say scientists, who liken the species to canaries in a coalmine warning of imminent danger. The survival of a group of nearly 20 frog and toad species, which top Venezuela's list of endangered species, may rest on a small group of academics in a Caracas laboratory attempting to recreate the amphibians' natural reproductive conditions. Picture taken on November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1YU5G
December 15, 2015
Luis Merlo, a veterinarian, works in the Dendrobates leucomelas frogs habitat, at the terrarium facilities...
Caracas, Venezuela
Luis Merlo, a veterinarian, works in the Dendrobates leucomelas frogs habitat, at the terrarium facilities...
Luis Merlo, a veterinarian, works in the Dendrobates leucomelas frogs habitat, at the terrarium facilities in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs and toads are in critical danger due to climate change as rising temperatures complicate reproduction and spread a deadly fungus, say scientists, who liken the species to canaries in a coalmine warning of imminent danger. The survival of a group of nearly 20 frog and toad species, which top Venezuela's list of endangered species, may rest on a small group of academics in a Caracas laboratory attempting to recreate the amphibians' natural reproductive conditions. Picture taken on November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1YU51
December 15, 2015
Luis Merlo, a veterinarian, works in the frogs habitats at the terrarium facilities in Caracas November...
Caracas, Venezuela
Luis Merlo, a veterinarian, works in the frogs habitats at the terrarium facilities in Caracas
Luis Merlo, a veterinarian, works in the frogs habitats at the terrarium facilities in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs and toads are in critical danger due to climate change as rising temperatures complicate reproduction and spread a deadly fungus, say scientists, who liken the species to canaries in a coalmine warning of imminent danger. The survival of a group of nearly 20 frog and toad species, which top Venezuela's list of endangered species, may rest on a small group of academics in a Caracas laboratory attempting to recreate the amphibians' natural reproductive conditions. Picture taken on November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1YU4Z
December 15, 2015
Luis Merlo, a veterinarian, works in the frogs habitats at the terrarium facilities in Caracas November...
Caracas, Venezuela
Luis Merlo, a veterinarian, works in the frogs habitats at the terrarium facilities in Caracas
Luis Merlo, a veterinarian, works in the frogs habitats at the terrarium facilities in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs and toads are in critical danger due to climate change as rising temperatures complicate reproduction and spread a deadly fungus, say scientists, who liken the species to canaries in a coalmine warning of imminent danger. The survival of a group of nearly 20 frog and toad species, which top Venezuela's list of endangered species, may rest on a small group of academics in a Caracas laboratory attempting to recreate the amphibians' natural reproductive conditions. Picture taken on November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1YU4Y
December 15, 2015
Luis Merlo, a veterinarian, fills glass containers with food for Drosophila melanogaster larvae, that...
Caracas, Venezuela
Luis Merlo, a veterinarian, fills glass containers with food for Drosophila melanogaster larvae, that...
Luis Merlo, a veterinarian, fills glass containers with food for Drosophila melanogaster larvae, that will be used as part of the diet for frogs, at the terrarium facilities in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs and toads are in critical danger due to climate change as rising temperatures complicate reproduction and spread a deadly fungus, say scientists, who liken the species to canaries in a coalmine warning of imminent danger. The survival of a group of nearly 20 frog and toad species, which top Venezuela's list of endangered species, may rest on a small group of academics in a Caracas laboratory attempting to recreate the amphibians' natural reproductive conditions. Picture taken on November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1YU4D
December 15, 2015
A Rhinella marina toad is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs and...
Caracas, Venezuela
A Rhinella marina toad is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas
A Rhinella marina toad is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs and toads are in critical danger due to climate change as rising temperatures complicate reproduction and spread a deadly fungus, say scientists, who liken the species to canaries in a coalmine warning of imminent danger. The survival of a group of nearly 20 frog and toad species, which top Venezuela's list of endangered species, may rest on a small group of academics in a Caracas laboratory attempting to recreate the amphibians' natural reproductive conditions. Picture taken on November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1YU4C
December 15, 2015
Drosophila melanogaster larvae, that will be used as part of the diet for frogs, are seen inside glass...
Caracas, Venezuela
Drosophila melanogaster larvae, that will be used as part of the diet for frogs, are seen inside glass...
Drosophila melanogaster larvae, that will be used as part of the diet for frogs, are seen inside glass containers at the terrarium facilities in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs and toads are in critical danger due to climate change as rising temperatures complicate reproduction and spread a deadly fungus, say scientists, who liken the species to canaries in a coalmine warning of imminent danger. The survival of a group of nearly 20 frog and toad species, which top Venezuela's list of endangered species, may rest on a small group of academics in a Caracas laboratory attempting to recreate the amphibians' natural reproductive conditions. Picture taken on November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1YU4A
December 15, 2015
A Mannophryne herminae frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs...
Caracas, Venezuela
A Mannophryne herminae frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas
A Mannophryne herminae frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs and toads are in critical danger due to climate change as rising temperatures complicate reproduction and spread a deadly fungus, say scientists, who liken the species to canaries in a coalmine warning of imminent danger. The survival of a group of nearly 20 frog and toad species, which top Venezuela's list of endangered species, may rest on a small group of academics in a Caracas laboratory attempting to recreate the amphibians' natural reproductive conditions. Picture taken on November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1YU49
December 15, 2015
A Leptodactylus fuscus frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs...
Caracas, Venezuela
A Leptodactylus fuscus frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas
A Leptodactylus fuscus frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs and toads are in critical danger due to climate change as rising temperatures complicate reproduction and spread a deadly fungus, say scientists, who liken the species to canaries in a coalmine warning of imminent danger. The survival of a group of nearly 20 frog and toad species, which top Venezuela's list of endangered species, may rest on a small group of academics in a Caracas laboratory attempting to recreate the amphibians' natural reproductive conditions. Picture taken on November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1YU48
December 15, 2015
A Ceratophrys calcarata frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs...
Caracas, Venezuela
A Ceratophrys calcarata frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas
A Ceratophrys calcarata frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs and toads are in critical danger due to climate change as rising temperatures complicate reproduction and spread a deadly fungus, say scientists, who liken the species to canaries in a coalmine warning of imminent danger. The survival of a group of nearly 20 frog and toad species, which top Venezuela's list of endangered species, may rest on a small group of academics in a Caracas laboratory attempting to recreate the amphibians' natural reproductive conditions. Picture taken on November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1YU46
December 15, 2015
A Trachycephalus venulosus frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs...
Caracas, Venezuela
A Trachycephalus venulosus frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas
A Trachycephalus venulosus frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs and toads are in critical danger due to climate change as rising temperatures complicate reproduction and spread a deadly fungus, say scientists, who liken the species to canaries in a coalmine warning of imminent danger. The survival of a group of nearly 20 frog and toad species, which top Venezuela's list of endangered species, may rest on a small group of academics in a Caracas laboratory attempting to recreate the amphibians' natural reproductive conditions. Picture taken on November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1YU45
December 15, 2015
A Hypsiboas crepitans frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs...
Caracas, Venezuela
A Hypsiboas crepitans frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas
A Hypsiboas crepitans frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs and toads are in critical danger due to climate change as rising temperatures complicate reproduction and spread a deadly fungus, say scientists, who liken the species to canaries in a coalmine warning of imminent danger. The survival of a group of nearly 20 frog and toad species, which top Venezuela's list of endangered species, may rest on a small group of academics in a Caracas laboratory attempting to recreate the amphibians' natural reproductive conditions. Picture taken on November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
VENEZUELA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1YU44
December 15, 2015
An Ameerega trivittatus frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs...
Caracas, Venezuela
An Ameerega trivittatus frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas
An Ameerega trivittatus frog is pictured at a terrarium in Caracas November 30, 2015. Venezuelan frogs and toads are in critical danger due to climate change as rising temperatures complicate reproduction and spread a deadly fungus, say scientists, who liken the species to canaries in a coalmine warning of imminent danger. The survival of a group of nearly 20 frog and toad species, which top Venezuela's list of endangered species, may rest on a small group of academics in a Caracas laboratory attempting to recreate the amphibians' natural reproductive conditions. Picture taken on November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
RTS46GQ
October 12, 2015
A girl takes a saxophone lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS)...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A girl takes a saxophone lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS)...
A girl takes a saxophone lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio, Costa Rica August 29, 2015. The SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youth living in La Carpio , in an area known to locals as " La Cueva del Sapo" (The Toad's Cave), known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the center. Picture taken August 29, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
RTS46GO
October 12, 2015
A young man walks to attend his music lessons at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A young man walks to attend his music lessons at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social...
A young man walks to attend his music lessons at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio, Costa Rica August 29, 2015. The SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youth living in La Carpio , in an area known to locals as "La Cueva del Sapo" (The Toad's Cave), known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the center. Picture taken August 29, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
RTS46GM
October 12, 2015
A young man plays drums outside the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS)...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A young man plays drums outside Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center...
A young man plays drums outside the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio, Costa Rica August 29, 2015. The SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youth living in La Carpio , in an area known to locals as " La Cueva del Sapo" (The Toad's Cave), known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the center. Picture taken August 29, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
RTS46GG
October 12, 2015
Ruben Escoriano, 6, takes fiddle lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Ruben Escoriano, 6, takes fiddle lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion...
Ruben Escoriano, 6, takes fiddle lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio, Costa Rica August 29, 2015. The SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youth living in La Carpio , in an area known to locals as " La Cueva del Sapo" (The Toad's Cave), known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the center. Picture taken August 29, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
RTS46GF
October 12, 2015
Ruben Escoriano, 6, poses for a picture outside of his house before his fiddle lesson at the Integral...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Ruben Escoriano, 6, poses for a picture outside of his house before his fiddle lesson at the Integral...
Ruben Escoriano, 6, poses for a picture outside of his house before his fiddle lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio, Costa Rica October 8, 2015. The SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youth living in La Carpio , in an area known to locals as " La Cueva del Sapo" (The Toad's Cave), known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the center. Picture taken October 8, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
RTS46GE
October 12, 2015
A girl takes fiddle lessons at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS)...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A girl takes fiddle lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS)...
A girl takes fiddle lessons at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio, Costa Rica September 12, 2015. The SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youth living in La Carpio , in an area known to locals as " La Cueva del Sapo" (The Toad's Cave), known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the centre. Picture taken September 12, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
RTS468A
October 12, 2015
Young men play ball outside at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS)...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Young men play ball outside at the SIFAIS center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio,
Young men play ball outside at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio, Costa Rica September 12,2015. SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youth living in La Carpio , in an area known to locals as "La Cueva del Sapo" (The Toad's Cave), known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the center. Picture taken September 12,2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
GERMANY-ANIMALS/
RTR4JIZS
December 29, 2014
A journalist takes a photo of a Colorado River toad during the annual inventory in Hagenbeck's zoo in...
Hamburg, Germany
A journalist takes a photo of a Colorado River toad during the annual inventory in Hagenbeck's zoo in...
A journalist takes a photo of a Colorado River toad during the annual inventory in Hagenbeck's zoo in Hamburg, northern Germany December 29, 2014. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
BOLIVIA/
RTX10WHH
June 21, 2013
Offerings of miniature houses, money and toads are displayed on Pajchiri mountain, where Aymara people...
La Paz, Bolivia
Offerings of miniature houses, money and toads are displayed on Pajchiri mountain
Offerings of miniature houses, money and toads are displayed on Pajchiri mountain, where Aymara people receive the first sunbeam in the Aymara new year celebrations, 90 km (56 miles) north of La Paz, June 21, 2013. The Aymara new year celebrations coincides with the Winter Solstice. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
MEXICO/
RTR3CS2O
January 22, 2013
A child arrives with her toad to receive blessings from a priest outside San Pablo Catholic church in...
Mexico City, Mexico
A child arrives with her toad to receive blessings from a priest outside San Pablo Catholic church in...
A child arrives with her toad to receive blessings from a priest outside San Pablo Catholic church in Iztapalapa, on the outskirts of Mexico City January 21, 2013. Residents take their animals to churches to be blessed during the ceremony commemorating the Feast of San Antonio Abad, the patron saint of domestic animals. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS RELIGION)
BRITAIN/
RTR33TFI
June 18, 2012
A traditional British dish of sausages baked in batter, called 'Toad in the Hole' is photographed in...
London, United Kingdom
A traditional British dish of sausages baked in batter, called 'toad in the Hole' is photographed in...
A traditional British dish of sausages baked in batter, called 'Toad in the Hole' is photographed in London, June 6, 2012. A menu of oddly named and sometimes oddly tasting traditional British dishes awaits adventurous diners visiting London for the Olympic Games this summer. Picture taken June 6, 2012. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD SPORT OLYMPICS)

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BRITAIN/
RTR33TFD
June 18, 2012
A traditional British dish of sausages baked in batter, called 'Toad in the Hole', is photographed in...
London, United Kingdom
A traditional British dish of sausages baked in batter, called 'toad in the Hole', is photographed in...
A traditional British dish of sausages baked in batter, called 'Toad in the Hole', is photographed in London, June 6, 2012. A menu of oddly named and sometimes oddly tasting traditional British dishes awaits adventurous diners visiting London for the Olympic Games this summer. Picture taken June 6, 2012. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD SPORT OLYMPICS)

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June 18, 2012
Scotch eggs (clockwise from top L), jellied eels, toad in the hole, and tea and biscuits are seen in...
London, United Kingdom
Scotch eggs, jellied eels, toad in the hole, and tea and biscuits are seen in this combination photograph...
Scotch eggs (clockwise from top L), jellied eels, toad in the hole, and tea and biscuits are seen in this combination photograph made June 13, 2012. A menu of oddly named and sometimes oddly tasting traditional British dishes awaits adventurous diners visiting London for the Olympic Games this summer. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD SPORT OLYMPICS)

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February 15, 2012
A cayenne stubfoot toad sits in a terrarium at the zoo in Zurich February 15, 2012. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann...
Zurich, Switzerland
A cayenne stubfoot toad sits in a terrarium at the zoo in Zurich
A cayenne stubfoot toad sits in a terrarium at the zoo in Zurich February 15, 2012. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ANIMALS)
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February 15, 2012
A Cayenne stubfoot toad sits on a leaf in a terrarium at the zoo in Zurich February 15, 2012. REUTERS/Arnd...
Zurich, Switzerland
A Cayenne stubfoot toad sits in a terrarium at the zoo in Zurich
A Cayenne stubfoot toad sits on a leaf in a terrarium at the zoo in Zurich February 15, 2012. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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Animals
Frog Threatened by Killer Fungus - 13 Jun 2011
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June 10, 2011
A thumbnail-sized juvenile Toad Mountain harlequin frog sits on a leaf before being released after biologists...
CERRO SAPO, Panama
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A thumbnail-sized juvenile Toad Mountain harlequin frog sits on a leaf before being released after biologists from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute checked it for a lethal fungus on Panama's Cerro Sapo March 29, 2011. The endangered frogs are likely to be wiped out in the wild by the imminent arrival of frog chytrid, a fungus that has decimated amphibian species across the globe in recent decades. Panama's Cerro Sapo is one of the few regions still partly free from the fungus. Picture taken March 29, 2011. To match feature PANAMA-FROGS/ REUTERS/Sean Mattson (PANAMA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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June 10, 2011
Roberto Ibanez, a zoologist at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama, collects Toad Mountain...
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Roberto Ibanez, a zoologist at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama, collects Toad Mountain harlequin frog tadpoles in a rock stream pool on the slopes of Cerro Sapo March 28, 2011. The endangered frogs are likely to be wiped out in the wild by the imminent arrival of frog chytrid, a fungus that has decimated amphibian species across the globe in recent decades. Panama's Cerro Sapo is one of the few regions still partly free from the fungus. Picture taken March 28, 2011. To match feature PANAMA-FROGS/ REUTERS/Sean Mattson (PANAMA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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June 10, 2011
Roberto Ibanez, a zoologist at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama, swabs a Toad Mountain...
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Roberto Ibanez, a zoologist at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama, swabs a Toad Mountain harlequin frog for frog chytrid fungus before its transfer to a captive conservation program in Panama City at Cerro Sapo March 28, 2011. The endangered frogs are likely to be wiped out in the wild by the imminent arrival of frog chytrid, a fungus that has decimated amphibian species across the globe in recent decades. Panama's Cerro Sapo is one of the few regions still partly free from the fungus. Picture taken March 28, 2011. To match feature PANAMA-FROGS/ REUTERS/Sean Mattson (PANAMA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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June 10, 2011
Gustavo Dogirama (L) packs a cooler filled with Toad Mountain harlequin frogs onto a horse on the foothills...
CERRO SAPO, Panama
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Gustavo Dogirama (L) packs a cooler filled with Toad Mountain harlequin frogs onto a horse on the foothills of Panama's Cerro Sapo March 30, 2011. The frogs were captured for a conservation program in Panama City, which scientists say is probably the species' only chance at surviving the imminent arrival of frog chytrid, a lethal fungus that has decimated amphibian species across the globe in recent decades. Panama's Cerro Sapo is one of the few regions still partly free from the fungus. Picture taken March 30, 2011. To match feature PANAMA-FROGS/ REUTERS/Sean Mattson (PANAMA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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June 10, 2011
Toad Mountain harlequin frogs sit in plastic bags awaiting transfer to a captive conservation program...
CERRO SAPO, Panama
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Toad Mountain harlequin frogs sit in plastic bags awaiting transfer to a captive conservation program in Panama City during an expedition by scientists from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute to Cerro Sapo March 29, 2011. The endangered frogs are likely to be wiped out in the wild by the imminent arrival of frog chytrid, a fungus that has decimated amphibian species across the globe in recent decades. Panama's Cerro Sapo is one of the few regions still partly free from the fungus. Picture taken March 29, 2011. To match feature PANAMA-FROGS/ REUTERS/Sean Mattson (PANAMA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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June 10, 2011
Biologist Angel Sosa swabs a Toad Mountain harlequin frog for frog chytrid fungus before its transfer...
CERRO SAPO, Panama
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Biologist Angel Sosa swabs a Toad Mountain harlequin frog for frog chytrid fungus before its transfer to a captive conservation program in Panama City during an expedition to Cerro Sapo March 28, 2011. The endangered frogs are likely to be wiped out in the wild by the imminent arrival of frog chytrid, a fungus that has decimated amphibian species across the globe in recent decades. Panama's Cerro Sapo is one of the few regions still partly free from the fungus. Picture taken March 28, 2011. To match feature PANAMA-FROGS/ REUTERS/Sean Mattson (PANAMA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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June 10, 2011
Biologist Angel Sosa measures a Toad Mountain harlequin frog before its transfer to a captive conservation...
CERRO SAPO, Panama
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Biologist Angel Sosa measures a Toad Mountain harlequin frog before its transfer to a captive conservation program in Panama City during an expedition to Cerro Sapo March 26, 2011. The endangered frogs are likely to be wiped out in the wild by the imminent arrival of frog chytrid, a fungus that has decimated amphibian species across the globe in recent decades. Panama's Cerro Sapo is one of the few regions still partly free from the fungus. Picture taken March 26, 2011. To match feature PANAMA-FROGS/ REUTERS/Sean Mattson (PANAMA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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June 10, 2011
Toad Mountain harlequin frogs in amplexus climb up a rock stream on the slopes of Panama's Cerro Sapo...
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Toad Mountain harlequin frogs in amplexus climb up a rock stream on the slopes of Panama's Cerro Sapo March 28, 2011. The endangered frogs are likely to be wiped out in the wild by the imminent arrival of frog chytrid, a fungus that has decimated amphibian species across the globe in recent decades. Panama's Cerro Sapo is one of the few regions still partly free from the fungus. Picture taken March 28, 2011. To match feature PANAMA-FROGS/ REUTERS/Sean Mattson (PANAMA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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June 10, 2011
Biologist Jorge Guerrel puts a tiny Toad Mountain harlequin frog into a plastic bag for weighing and...
CERRO SAPO, Panama
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Biologist Jorge Guerrel puts a tiny Toad Mountain harlequin frog into a plastic bag for weighing and measuring on the slopes of Panama's Cerro Sapo March, 26, 2011. The endangered frog is likely to be wiped out in the wild by the imminent arrival of frog chytrid, a fungus that has decimated amphibian species across the globe in recent decades. Panama's Cerro Sapo is one of the few regions still partly free from the fungus. Picture taken March 26, 2011. To match feature PANAMA-FROGS/ REUTERS/Sean Mattson (PANAMA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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June 10, 2011
A Toad Mountain harlequin frog sits in a plastic bag after being captured by biologists in Panama's Cerro...
CERRO SAPO, Panama
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A Toad Mountain harlequin frog sits in a plastic bag after being captured by biologists in Panama's Cerro Sapo March 26, 2011. The endangered frog is likely to be wiped out in the wild by the imminent arrival of frog chytrid, a fungus that has decimated amphibian species across the globe in recent decades. Panama's Cerro Sapo is one of the few regions still partly free from the fungus. Picture taken March 26, 2011. To match feature PANAMA-FROGS/ REUTERS/Sean Mattson (PANAMA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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June 10, 2011
Biologist Nancy Fairchild holds bags containing Toad Mountain harlequin frogs captured on Panama's Cerro...
CERRO SAPO, Panama
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Biologist Nancy Fairchild holds bags containing Toad Mountain harlequin frogs captured on Panama's Cerro Sapo March 26, 2011. The endangered frog is likely to be wiped out in the wild by the imminent arrival of frog chytrid, a fungus that has decimated amphibian species across the globe in recent decades. Panama's Cerro Sapo is one of the few regions still partly free from the fungus. Picture taken March 26, 2011. To match feature PANAMA-FROGS/ REUTERS/Sean Mattson (PANAMA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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April 21, 2011
A man waits for customers near gold turtles and toads on display at a jewellery shop in Seoul April 21,...
Seoul, South Korea
A man waits for customers near gold turtles and toads on display at a jewellery shop in Seoul
A man waits for customers near gold turtles and toads on display at a jewellery shop in Seoul April 21, 2011. Gold prices hit record highs for a fifth session on Thursday and silver rallied to its strongest since 1980 as the dollar slid to a three-year low against a basket of major currencies and oil prices rallied. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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