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INDIA-ANIMALS/
RTX3QT0T
December 13, 2017
Forest officials rescue a female leopard from a dry well after tranquilising it, at a residential area...
Guwahati, India
Forest officials rescue a female leopard from a dry well after tranquilising it, at a residential area...
Forest officials rescue a female leopard from a dry well after tranquilising it, at a residential area in Guwahati, India, December 13, 2017. REUTERS/Anuwar Hazarika TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDIA-ANIMALS/
RTX3QRCR
December 13, 2017
Forest officials rescue a female leopard from a dry well after tranquilising it, at a residential area...
Guwahati, India
Forest officials rescue a female leopard from a dry well after tranquilising it, at a residential area...
Forest officials rescue a female leopard from a dry well after tranquilising it, at a residential area in Guwahati, India, December 13, 2017. REUTERS/Anuwar Hazarika
MONGOLIA-HORSES/
RTS18UD7
June 27, 2017
A veterinary doctor covers a tranquilised Przewalski's horse from a sun at the acclimatisation enclosure...
Tabor, Czech Republic
A veterinary doctor covers a tranquilised Przewalski's horse from a sun at the acclimatisation enclosure...
A veterinary doctor covers a tranquilised Przewalski's horse from a sun at the acclimatisation enclosure in the village of Dolni Dobrejov near the city of Tabor, Czech Republic, June 18, 2017. Picture taken June 18, 2017. REUTERS/David W Cerny
MONGOLIA-HORSES/
RTS18UD4
June 27, 2017
A veterinary doctor holds a tranquilised Przewalski's horse at the acclimatisation enclosure in the village...
Tabor, Czech Republic
A veterinary doctor holds a tranquilised Przewalski's horse at the acclimatisation enclosure in the village...
A veterinary doctor holds a tranquilised Przewalski's horse at the acclimatisation enclosure in the village of Dolni Dobrejov near the city of Tabor, Czech Republic, June 18, 2017. Picture taken June 18, 2017. REUTERS/David W Cerny
KENYA-LION/COLLARING
RTSWYAC
January 23, 2017
Kenya Wildlife Services veterinarians take blood samples of a tranquilised 5-year-old lioness named Nyala...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenya Wildlife Services veterinarians take blood samples of a tranquilised 5-year-old lioness named Nyala...
Kenya Wildlife Services veterinarians take blood samples of a tranquilised 5-year-old lioness named Nyala as they set up a radio collar on her neck to track her pride's movements at the Nairobi National Park near Nairobi, Kenya January 23, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-LION/COLLARING
RTSWYA8
January 23, 2017
Kenya Wildlife Services veterinarians set up a radio collar on the neck of a tranquilised 5-year-old...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenya Wildlife Services veterinarians set up a radio collar on the neck of a tranquilised 5-year-old...
Kenya Wildlife Services veterinarians set up a radio collar on the neck of a tranquilised 5-year-old lioness named Nyala to track her pride's movements at the Nairobi National Park near Nairobi, Kenya January 23, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-LION/COLLARING
RTSWYA7
January 23, 2017
Kenya Wildlife Services veterinarians monitor a tranquilised 5-year-old lioness named Nyala after setting...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenya Wildlife Services veterinarians monitor a tranquilised 5-year-old lioness named Nyala after setting...
Kenya Wildlife Services veterinarians monitor a tranquilised 5-year-old lioness named Nyala after setting up a radio collar on her neck to track her pride's movements at the Nairobi National Park near Nairobi, Kenya January 23, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-LION/COLLARING
RTSWYA6
January 23, 2017
Kenya Wildlife Services veterinarians monitor a tranquilised 5-year-old lioness named Nyala after setting...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenya Wildlife Services veterinarians monitor a tranquilised 5-year-old lioness named Nyala after setting...
Kenya Wildlife Services veterinarians monitor a tranquilised 5-year-old lioness named Nyala after setting up a radio collar on her neck to track her pride's movements at the Nairobi National Park near Nairobi, Kenya January 23, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-LION/COLLARING
RTSWYA4
January 23, 2017
Kenya Wildlife Services veterinarians monitor a tranquilised 5-year-old lioness named Nyala after setting...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenya Wildlife Services veterinarians monitor a tranquilised 5-year-old lioness named Nyala after setting...
Kenya Wildlife Services veterinarians monitor a tranquilised 5-year-old lioness named Nyala after setting up a radio collar on her neck to track her pride's movements at the Nairobi National Park near Nairobi, Kenya January 23, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
NEPAL-ANIMALS/
RTX2F3CN
June 01, 2016
A tranquilized leopard is carried out from a house in Kathmandu, Nepal June 1, 2016. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar...
Kathmandu, Nepal
A tranquilized leopard is carried out from a house in Kathmandu
A tranquilized leopard is carried out from a house in Kathmandu, Nepal June 1, 2016. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
NEPAL-ANIMALS/
RTX2F36C
June 01, 2016
A tranquilized leopard is carried out from a house in Kathmandu, Nepal June 1, 2016. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar...
Kathmandu, Nepal
A tranquilized leopard is carried out from a house in Kathmandu
A tranquilized leopard is carried out from a house in Kathmandu, Nepal June 1, 2016. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-ANIMALS/
RTX2F35S
June 01, 2016
A tranquilized leopard lies near a toilet in a house in Kathmandu, Nepal June 1, 2016. REUTERS/Navesh...
Kathmandu, Nepal
A tranquilized leopard lies near a toilet in a house in Kathmandu
A tranquilized leopard lies near a toilet in a house in Kathmandu, Nepal June 1, 2016. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
THAILAND-TIGERS/
RTX2ETPW
May 30, 2016
A Buddhist monk walks past a tiger before officials start moving them from Thailand's controversial Tiger...
Kanchanaburi, Thailand
A Buddhist monk walks past a tiger before officials start moving them from Thailand's controversial Tiger...
A Buddhist monk walks past a tiger before officials start moving them from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple, a popular tourist destination which has come under fire in recent years over the welfare of its big cats in Kanchanaburi province, west of Bangkok, Thailand, May 30, 2016. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom
THAILAND-TIGERS/
RTX2ETO8
May 30, 2016
A sedated tiger is seen in a cage as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger...
Kanchanaburi, Thailand
A sedated tiger is seen in a cage as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger...
A sedated tiger is seen in a cage as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple, a popular tourist destination which has come under fire in recent years over the welfare of its big cats in Kanchanaburi province, west of Bangkok, Thailand, May 30, 2016. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom
THAILAND-TIGERS/
RTX2ETMB
May 30, 2016
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple,...
Kanchanaburi, Thailand
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple...
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple, a popular tourist destination which has come under fire in recent years over the welfare of its big cats in Kanchanaburi province, west of Bangkok, Thailand, May 30, 2016. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom
THAILAND-TIGERS/
RTX2ETIT
May 30, 2016
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple,...
Kanchanaburi, Thailand
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple...
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple, a popular tourist destination which has come under fire in recent years over the welfare of its big cats in Kanchanaburi province, west of Bangkok, Thailand, May 30, 2016. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom
THAILAND-TIGERS/
RTX2ETIS
May 30, 2016
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple,...
Kanchanaburi, Thailand
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple...
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple, a popular tourist destination which has come under fire in recent years over the welfare of its big cats in Kanchanaburi province, west of Bangkok, Thailand, May 30, 2016. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom
THAILAND-TIGERS/
RTX2ETIJ
May 30, 2016
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple,...
Kanchanaburi, Thailand
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple...
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple, a popular tourist destination which has come under fire in recent years over the welfare of its big cats in Kanchanaburi province, west of Bangkok, Thailand, May 30, 2016. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom
THAILAND-TIGERS/
RTX2ETIG
May 30, 2016
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple,...
Kanchanaburi, Thailand
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple...
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple, a popular tourist destination which has come under fire in recent years over the welfare of its big cats in Kanchanaburi province, west of Bangkok, Thailand, May 30, 2016. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND-TIGERS/
RTX2ETIF
May 30, 2016
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple,...
Kanchanaburi, Thailand
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple...
A sedated tiger is stretchered as officials start moving tigers from Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple, a popular tourist destination which has come under fire in recent years over the welfare of its big cats in Kanchanaburi province, west of Bangkok, Thailand, May 30, 2016. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom
GEORGIA-FLOOD/
RTX1GEP2
June 14, 2015
A man directs a hippopotamus after it was shot with a tranquilizer dart at a flooded street in Tbilisi,...
Tbilisi, Georgia
A man directs a hippopotamus after it was shot with a tranquilizer dart at a flooded street in Tbilisi...
A man directs a hippopotamus after it was shot with a tranquilizer dart at a flooded street in Tbilisi, Georgia, June 14, 2015. At least five people died and several are missing as a result of heavy rainfall and floods overnight in the Georgian capital Tbilisi, Georgian news agencies reported on Sunday. Animals from the city's zoo including tigers, lions, bears and wolves escaped from cages damaged by the rainfall. Some were captured or killed while the search for others goes on. REUTERS/Beso Gulashvili
KOSOVO
RTR3OF0J
May 09, 2014
Staff members carry a tranquilised brown bear for its check-up by foreign veterinaries at the Four Paws...
Pristina, Kosovo
Staff members carry a tranquilised brown bear for its check-up by foreign veterinaries at the Four Paws...
Staff members carry a tranquilised brown bear for its check-up by foreign veterinaries at the Four Paws Bear Sanctuary in Pristina, May 3, 2014. Six adult brown bears rescued from illegal private zoos all over Kosovo, and three recently found brown bear orphan cubs received thorough health check-ups and dental treatment. The four male adult bears Ero, Ari, Anik and Vini were castrated, so as not to be able to reproduce within captivity. Picture taken May 3, 2014. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
KENYA/
RTX10TT8
June 19, 2013
A Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) veterinary staff prepares sleep sedatives to be used on selected elephants...
Nanyuki, Kenya
A KWS veterinary staff prepares sleep sedatives to be used on selected elephants during a relocation...
A Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) veterinary staff prepares sleep sedatives to be used on selected elephants during a relocation exercise, aimed at relocating to a national park 10 elephants that were encroaching on community land, on the margins of the Ol Pejeta conservancy in central Kenya June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola (KENYA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
THAILAND/
RTX10T0Z
June 19, 2013
Wildlife rescue workers scan a microchip which is planted in a tranquilised lion on the outskirts of...
Bangkok, Thailand
Wildlife rescue workers scan a microchip which is planted in a tranquilised lion on the outskirts of...
Wildlife rescue workers scan a microchip which is planted in a tranquilised lion on the outskirts of Bangkok June 19, 2013. Thai police they confiscated more than a thousand wildlife animals on June 10, 2013 and will investigate to verify their origin. Almost 1,000 sugar gliders, 14 white lions, 12 peacocks, 17 marmosets and many other wild animals were found in cages in the suburbs of Bangkok REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS CRIME LAW)
KOSOVO/
RTXZZVT
May 25, 2013
An activist from Austrian NGO "Four Paws" tranquilises bears that are are seen in a cage at a private...
Prizren, Kosovo
An activist from Austrian NGO "Four Paws" tranquilises bears that are are seen in a cage at a private...
An activist from Austrian NGO "Four Paws" tranquilises bears that are are seen in a cage at a private zoo located next to a restaurant in the Kosovo town of Prizren, about 90 km (56 miles) southwest of the capital Pristina, May 22, 2013. Kosovo has launched a campaign, helped by "Four Paws", to seize wild bears held in restaurants and private zoos, responding to concerns over their dwindling numbers in the Balkan country's mountainous border areas. Picture taken May 22, 2013. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-RHINO
RTR2XM6K
February 10, 2012
Rangers hold a rhino during a media demonstration at the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve in the Cradle...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Rangers hold a rhino during a media demonstration at the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve in Johannesburg...
Rangers hold a rhino during a media demonstration at the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve in the Cradle of Humankind, outside Johannesburg February 9, 2012. A group of animal conservationists in South Africa accidentally killed a rhinoceros they were attempting to make safe from poachers in a botched public relations event. Spencer the rhino went into convulsions and died after he was shot with a tranquiliser dart in front of a crush of TV cameras and photographers who had been invited to document an operation to insert a poison capsule into his horn. Picture taken February 9, 2012. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ANIMALS)
SAFRICA-RHINO
RTR2XM6F
February 10, 2012
Rangers push a rhino during a media demonstration at the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve in the Cradle...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Rangers push a rhino during a media demonstration at the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve in Johannesburg...
Rangers push a rhino during a media demonstration at the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve in the Cradle of Humankind, outside Johannesburg February 9, 2012. A group of animal conservationists in South Africa accidentally killed a rhinoceros they were attempting to make safe from poachers in a botched public relations event. Spencer the rhino went into convulsions and died after he was shot with a tranquiliser dart in front of a crush of TV cameras and photographers who had been invited to document an operation to insert a poison capsule into his horn. Picture taken February 9, 2012. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ANIMALS)
SAFRICA-RHINO
RTR2XM6A
February 10, 2012
Rangers hold a rhino during a media demonstration at the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve in the Cradle...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Rangers hold a rhino during a media demonstration at the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve in Johannesburg...
Rangers hold a rhino during a media demonstration at the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve in the Cradle of Humankind, outside Johannesburg February 9, 2012. A group of animal conservationists in South Africa accidentally killed a rhinoceros they were attempting to make safe from poachers in a botched public relations event. Spencer the rhino went into convulsions and died after he was shot with a tranquiliser dart in front of a crush of TV cameras and photographers who had been invited to document an operation to insert a poison capsule into his horn. Picture taken February 9, 2012. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ANIMALS)
SAFRICA/
RTXS403
April 24, 2010
A Conservationist carries a darted fallow deer for relocation from Robben Island, off Cape Town, April...
Cape Town, South Africa
A Conservationist carries a darted fallow deer for relocation from Robben Island
A Conservationist carries a darted fallow deer for relocation from Robben Island, off Cape Town, April 24, 2010. About 75 of the non-indigenous deer are being relocated to the Lions Rock sanctuary by the Four Paws (Vier-Pfoten) conservation group. In recent years rabbits, cats and deer have been culled to lessen the negative environmental effects to the island, a World Heritage site where former President Nelson Mandela spent much of his 27 year incarceration. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
SAFRICA-
RTXS3ZU
April 24, 2010
Darted fallow deer await relocation from Robben Island, off Cape Town, April 24, 2010. About 75 of the...
Cape Town, South Africa
Darted fallow deer await relocation from Robben Island, off Cape Town
Darted fallow deer await relocation from Robben Island, off Cape Town, April 24, 2010. About 75 of the non-indigenous deer are being relocated to the Lions Rock sanctuary by the Four Paws (Vier-Pfoten) conservation group. In recent years rabbits, cats and deer have been culled to lessen the negative environmental effects to the island, a World Heritage site where former President Nelson Mandela spent much of his 27 year incarceration. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
INDIA
RTR29N86
January 30, 2010
Zoo officials carry a tranquilized tiger inside the Assam State Zoological cum Botanical Garden in Guwahati...
Guwahati, India
Zoo officials carry tranquilized tiger inside Assam State Zoological cum Botanical Garden in Guwahati...
Zoo officials carry a tranquilized tiger inside the Assam State Zoological cum Botanical Garden in Guwahati January 30, 2010. Two adult tigers on Saturday escaped from an enclosure at the Assam Zoo triggering panic among nearly 10,000 visitors, zoo officials said. Both the tigers were later tranquilized and taken to their cages, the officials added. REUTERS/Utpal Baruah (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
INDIA/
RTR29N7Y
January 30, 2010
One of the two adult tigers, with a tranquilizer dart on its body, walks inside the Assam State Zoological...
Guwahati, India
One of two adult tigers, with a tranquilizer dart on its body, walks inside Assam State Zoological cum...
One of the two adult tigers, with a tranquilizer dart on its body, walks inside the Assam State Zoological cum Botanical Garden in Guwahati January 30, 2010. Two adult tigers on Saturday escaped from an enclosure at the Assam Zoo triggering panic among nearly 10,000 visitors, zoo officials said. Both the tigers were later tranquilized and taken to their cages, the officials added. REUTERS/Utpal Baruah (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ROMANIA
RTR24OXO
June 15, 2009
Members of Forestry Institute rush around a brown bear after it was shot with a tranquilizer dart in...
Sinaia, Romania
Members of Forestry Institute rush around a brown bear after it was shot with a tranquilizer dart in...
Members of Forestry Institute rush around a brown bear after it was shot with a tranquilizer dart in the outskirts of Sinaia, 140 km north of Bucharest, June 15, 2009. Local authorities and members of the Forestry Institute started an operation to capture and relocate about 25 bears after many started to roam in the town in search for food. With half of Europe's brown bears - roughly 6,000 - living in the Carpathians mountains environmentalists and authorities are struggling to keep the wild animals and residents in mountain towns safe from each other. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
ROMANIA
RTR24OWR
June 15, 2009
George Sirbu from the Forestry Institute carries a brown bear cub to a cage after it was shot with a...
Sinaia, Romania
George Sirbu from the Forestry Institute carries a brown bear cub to a cage after it was shot with a...
George Sirbu from the Forestry Institute carries a brown bear cub to a cage after it was shot with a tranquiliser dart in the outskirts of Sinaia, 140 km north of Bucharest, June 15, 2009. Local authorities and members of the Forestry Institute started an operation to capture and relocate about 25 bears after many started to roam in the town in search for food. With half of Europe's brown bears - roughly 6,000 - living in the Carpathians mountains environmentalists and authorities are struggling to keep the wild animals and residents in mountain towns safe from each other. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
ROMANIA/
RTR24OU7
June 15, 2009
A brown bear is measured after being shot with a tranquiliser on the outskirts of Sinaia, 140 km (87...
Sinaia, Romania
A brown bear is measured after being shot with a tranquiliser on the outskirts of Sinaia
A brown bear is measured after being shot with a tranquiliser on the outskirts of Sinaia, 140 km (87 miles) north of Bucharest, June 15, 2009. Local authorities and members of the Forestry Institute started an operation to capture and relocate about 25 bears after many started to roam the town in search for food. With half of Europe's brown bears - roughly 6,000 - living in the Carpathians mountains, environmentalists and authorities are struggling to keep the wild animals and residents in mountain towns safe from each other. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA ANIMALS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA-KANGAROOS/
RTX5WAO
May 19, 2008
A kangaroo that escaped from the culling pen after it had been shot with a tranquilising dart is put...
Canberra, Australia
Kangaroo that escaped from culling pen is put into a bag by workers on a military base in Canberra
A kangaroo that escaped from the culling pen after it had been shot with a tranquilising dart is put into a bag by workers on a military base in Canberra May 19, 2008. Australia's military began culling hundreds of kangaroos at a defence base on Friday, enraging animal rights activists who vowed to stop the killings. REUTERS/Stefan Postles (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-KANGAROO/
RTX5TBL
May 17, 2008
Some of the kangaroos that are to be culled are seen on the Department of Defence property in Belconnen,...
Canberra, Australia
Some of the kangaroos that are to be culled are seen on the Department of Defence property in Belconnen,...
Some of the kangaroos that are to be culled are seen on the Department of Defence property in Belconnen, Canberra May 17, 2008. Authorities said kangaroos threatened other local species through overgrazing. The Australian government had withdrawn support for a plan to relocate the kangaroos because it would cost millions of dollars and was not considered an effective use of taxpayers' money, the department said. The kangaroos will be tranquilised with a dart gun then injected with the deadly chemical Lethabarb. REUTERS/Stefan Postles (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-KANGAROOS/
RTX5TBJ
May 17, 2008
The kangaroo killing pen cloaked by hessian, with freezers at the ready, is seen on the Department of...
Canberra, Australia
The kangaroo killing pen cloaked by hessian, with freezers at the ready, is seen on the Department of...
The kangaroo killing pen cloaked by hessian, with freezers at the ready, is seen on the Department of Defence property in Belconnen, Canberra May 17, 2008. Authorities said kangaroos threatened other local species through overgrazing. The Australian government had withdrawn support for a plan to relocate the animals because it would cost millions of dollars and was not considered an effective use of taxpayers' money, the department said. The kangaroos will be tranquilised with a dart gun then injected with the deadly chemical Lethabarb. REUTERS/Stefan Postles (AUSTRALIA)
KENYA/
RTR1YH3S
March 18, 2008
Kenya Wildlife Service veterinary officials prepare tranquiliser darts for elephants at the Maasai Mara...
Maasai Mara, Kenya
Kenya Wildlife Service veterinary officials prepare tranquiliser darts for elephants at the Maasai Mara...
Kenya Wildlife Service veterinary officials prepare tranquiliser darts for elephants at the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya's Rift Valley region, 200 km (124 miles) from Nairobi, March 18, 2008. Elephants had been fitted with the collars in August 2006 to monitor their ranging and movement patterns and establish whether the population remained in the Mara region. The exercise on Tuesday was to de-collar the elephants and study their movements based on information gathered from the the collar. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
KENYA/
RTR1YH2L
March 18, 2008
An elephant rests after being shot with a tranquiliser dart by the Kenya Wildlife Service veterinary...
Maasai Mara, Kenya
An elephant rests after being shot with a tranquiliser dart by the Kenya Wildlife Service veterinary...
An elephant rests after being shot with a tranquiliser dart by the Kenya Wildlife Service veterinary officials at the Maasai Mara National Reserve March 18, 2008. Elephants had been fitted with GPS collars in August 2006 to monitor their ranging and movement patterns and establish whether the population remained in the Mara region. The exercise on Tuesday was to de-collar the elephants and study their movements based on information gathered from the the collar. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
KENYA/
RTR1YH28
March 18, 2008
Kenya Wildlife Service veterinary officials prepare for take off on a mission to tranquilise elephants...
Maasai Mara, Kenya
Kenya Wildlife Service veterinary officials prepare for take off on a mission to tranquilise elephants...
Kenya Wildlife Service veterinary officials prepare for take off on a mission to tranquilise elephants at the Maasai Mara National Reserve March 18, 2008. The elephants were fitted with GPS collars in August 2006 to monitor their ranging and movement patterns and establish whether the population remained in the Mara region. The exercise on Tuesday was to de-collar the elephants and study their movements based on information gathered from the the collar. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
KENYA/
RTR1YH27
March 18, 2008
An elephant rests after being shot with a tranquiliser dart by the Kenya Wildlife Service veterinary...
Maasai Mara, Kenya
An elephant rests after being shot with a tranquiliser dart by the Kenya Wildlife Service veterinary...
An elephant rests after being shot with a tranquiliser dart by the Kenya Wildlife Service veterinary officials at the Maasai Mara National Reserve March 18, 2008. Elephants had been fitted with GPS collars in August 2006 to monitor their ranging and movement patterns and establish whether the population remained in the Mara region. The exercise on Tuesday was to de-collar the elephants and study their movements based on information gathered from the the collar. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
JAPAN/
RTR1MVOI
February 27, 2007
A zoo worker pretends to shoot a tranquiliser dart at another worker dressed as an orang-utan as part...
multiple cities, Japan
A zoo worker pretends to to shoot another worker dressed as an orang-utan in western Tokyo
A zoo worker pretends to shoot a tranquiliser dart at another worker dressed as an orang-utan as part of an animal escape drill at a zoo in western Tokyo February 27, 2007. Zoo workers practiced surrounding the escapee with nets before pretending to shoot it with a tranquilising dart and returning it to its enclosure. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1MVOD
February 27, 2007
A zoo worker dressed as an orang-utan pretends to escape from an enclosure as part of an animal escape...
Tokyo, Japan
A zoo worker dressed as an orang-utan pretends to escape from an enclosure in western Tokyo
A zoo worker dressed as an orang-utan pretends to escape from an enclosure as part of an animal escape drill at a zoo in western Tokyo February 27, 2007. Zoo workers practised surrounding the escapee with nets before pretending to shoot it with a tranquilising dart and returning it to its enclosure. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1MVOA
February 27, 2007
Children are frightened by a zoo worker dressed as an orang-utan pretending to escape from an enclosure...
Tokyo, Japan
Children are frightened by a zoo worker dressed as an orangutan in western Tokyo
Children are frightened by a zoo worker dressed as an orang-utan pretending to escape from an enclosure as part of an animal escape drill at a zoo in western Tokyo February 27, 2007. Zoo workers practiced surrounding the escapee with nets before pretending to shoot it with a tranquilising dart and returning it to its enclosure. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1MVO6
February 27, 2007
A zoo worker dressed as an orang-utan is interviewed by reporters following an animal escape drill at...
Tokyo, Japan
A zoo worker dressed as an orangutan is interviewed by reporters in western Tokyo
A zoo worker dressed as an orang-utan is interviewed by reporters following an animal escape drill at a zoo in western Tokyo February 27, 2007. Zoo workers practised surrounding the escapee with nets before pretending to shoot it with a tranquilising dart and returning it to its enclosure. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1MVO3
February 27, 2007
A zoo worker dressed as an orang-utan falls after being "shot" by another zoo worker with a simulated...
multiple cities, Japan
A zoo worker dressed as an orang-utan falls after being "shot" by another zoo worker in western Tokyo...
A zoo worker dressed as an orang-utan falls after being "shot" by another zoo worker with a simulated tranquiliser dart as part of an animal escape drill at a zoo in western Tokyo February 27, 2007. Zoo workers practiced surrounding the escapee with nets before pretending to shoot it with a tranquilising dart and returning it to its enclosure. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1MVO0
February 27, 2007
A zoo worker dressed as an orang-utan pretends to attack a zoo worker as part of an animal escape drill...
Tokyo, Japan
A zoo worker dressed as an orang-utan pretends to attack a zoo worker in western Tokyo
A zoo worker dressed as an orang-utan pretends to attack a zoo worker as part of an animal escape drill at a zoo in western Tokyo February 27, 2007. Zoo workers practised surrounding the escapee with nets before pretending to shoot it with a tranquilising dart and returning it to its enclosure. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
ISRAEL/
RTR1K8V4
December 10, 2006
Zoo workers carry an anaesthetized African lion named "Prince" at the Ramat Gan Safari near the central...
Ramat Gan, Israel
Zoo workers carry anaesthetized African lion at the Ramat Gan Safari
Zoo workers carry an anaesthetized African lion named "Prince" at the Ramat Gan Safari near the central Israeli city of Tel Aviv December 10, 2006. The lion was transported to a zoo in Zarka, Jordan, as a donation. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
SLOVENIA
RTR1CSHJ
April 25, 2006
Hunter Anton Marincin and veterinarian Tamara Cehovin (R) examine a tranquilised female bear in Masun,...
MASUN, Slovenia
Hunter Anton Marincin and veterinarian Tamara Cehovin examine a tranquilised female bear in Masun
Hunter Anton Marincin and veterinarian Tamara Cehovin (R) examine a tranquilised female bear in Masun, southern Slovenia on April 24, 2006. The three and a half year-old bear called Paloma will be released in Pirinea (south-east France). Four female bears and one male will be relocated, after an agreement between France and Slovenia. Picture taken April 24, 2006. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
JAPAN
RTR1BEKC
February 21, 2006
A zoo worker checks whether the mock gorilla is conscious after pretending to have shot it with a tranquiliser...
Tokyo, Japan
Zoo worker checks if mock gorilla is conscious during emergency drill in Tokyo
A zoo worker checks whether the mock gorilla is conscious after pretending to have shot it with a tranquiliser gun during a drill in Tokyo February 21, 2006 to prepare the Ueno zoo to deal with a situation in which a ferocious animal escapes from its enclosure. About 150 people including zoo employees, fire department and police officials took part in the annual drill. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
JAPAN
RTR16GG2
February 21, 2006
A zoo worker checks whether the mock gorilla is conscious after pretending to have shot it with a tranquiliser...
Tokyo, Japan
Zoo worker checks if mock gorilla is conscious during emergency drill in Tokyo
A zoo worker checks whether the mock gorilla is conscious after pretending to have shot it with a tranquiliser gun during a drill in Tokyo February 21, 2006 to prepare the Ueno zoo to deal with a situation in which a ferocious animal escapes from its enclosure. About 150 people including zoo employees, fire department and police officials took part in the annual drill. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
ENVIRONMENT TIGERS
RTR5648
March 12, 2005
Conservationists examine a tiger after it was tranquilised in a South African game reserve in the country's...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Conservationists examine a tiger after it was tranquilised in a South African game reserve in ...
Conservationists examine a tiger after it was tranquilised in a South African game reserve in the country's Free State province. Conservationists examine a tiger after it was tranquilised in a South African game reserve, in the country's Free State province, March 12, 2005. The animal is one of four rare Asian tigers, all brought up in captivity, that have been brought to Africa to learn how to hunt as part of a rewilding programe. The ultimate goal is for them to breed and impart their hunting skills to their offspring - who will be then be sent to a reserve in China.-Picture taken March 12, 2005-REUTERS/Ed Stoddard FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-ENVIRONMENT-TIGERS-
INDIA
RTR5DXX
June 28, 2004
Indian forest officials carry a tranquilised female leopard after it was caught in a residential area...
Bombay, India
FOREST OFFICIALS CARRY A LEOPARD AFTER IT WAS CAUGHT IN BOMBAY.
Indian forest officials carry a tranquilised female leopard after it was caught in a residential area in Bombay June 28, 2004. The leopard which had strayed into a densely populated residential area was caught after several hours of chasing. A series of leopard attacks this year has struck terror in India's financial hub of nearly 13 million, killing ten people in June alone and fourteen this year. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe AD/WS
INDIA
RTR5DX1
June 28, 2004
An Indian veterinary doctor injects additional tranquiliser in a female leopard after it was caught from...
Bombay, India
DOCTOR INJECTS TRANQUILISER IN A LEOPARD CAUGHT IN BOMBAY.
An Indian veterinary doctor injects additional tranquiliser in a female leopard after it was caught from a residential area in Bombay June 28, 2004. The leopard which had strayed into a thickly populated residential area was caught after several hours of chasing. A series of leopard attacks this year has struck terror in India's financial hub of nearly 13 million, killing ten people in June alone and fourteen this year. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe AD/ACM
INDIA
RTR5DSN
June 28, 2004
Indian forest officials carry tranquilised female leopard after it was caught from a residential area...
Bombay, India
FOREST OFFICIALS CARRY A LEOPARD AFTER IT WAS CAUGHT IN BOMBAY.
Indian forest officials carry tranquilised female leopard after it was caught from a residential area in Bombay June 28, 2004. The leopard which had strayed into a thickly populated residential area was caught after several hours of chasing. A series of leopard attacks this year has struck terror in India's financial hub of nearly 13 million, killing ten people in June alone and fourteen this year. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe AD/CRB
INDIA
RTR5DS7
June 28, 2004
Indian forest officials carry tranquilised female leopard after it was caught from a residential area...
Bombay, India
FOREST OFFICIALS CARRY A LEOPARD AFTER IT WAS CAUGHT IN BOMBAY.
Indian forest officials carry tranquilised female leopard after it was caught from a residential area in Bombay June 28, 2004. The leopard which had strayed into a thickly populated residential area was caught after several hours of chasing. A series of leopard attacks this year has struck terror in India's financial hub of nearly 13 million, killing ten people in June alone and fourteen this year. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe AD/CRB
INDIA
RTR5DRA
June 28, 2004
Indian forest officials carry a tranquilised female leopard after it was caught in a residential area...
India
FOREST OFFICIALS CARRY A LEOPARD AFTER IT WAS CAUGHT IN BOMBAY.
Indian forest officials carry a tranquilised female leopard after it was caught in a residential area in Bombay June 28, 2004. The leopard, which had strayed into a thickly populated residential area, was caught after several hours of chasing. A series of leopard attacks this year has struck terror in India's financial hub of nearly 13 million, killing ten people in June alone and fourteen this year. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe AD/TW
THAILAND ELEPHANT
RTR1BEZ
February 16, 2000
A hungry three-tonne bull elephant Plai Rungrueng storms along a street in downtown Bangkok late February...
Bangkok, Thailand
A RUNAWAY ELEPHANT IS HIT WITH A TRANQUILISER DART IN BANGKOK.
A hungry three-tonne bull elephant Plai Rungrueng storms along a street in downtown Bangkok late February 15 as a zoo worker chases it with a blow-dart pipe loaded with tranquiliser, after the elephant became enraged by a tourist taunting it with food. With habitat loss throughout Thailand and a growing lack of rural work, more elephant handlers are bringing their animals to the capital to capture tourist dollars.

JIR/DL
SPAIN ELEPHANT
RTRPI79
May 26, 1999
The keeper of elephant Clarissa tries to guide her into a van as she is falling asleep because of tranquilisers...
Madrid, Spain
KEEPER GUIDES TRANQUILIZED ELEPHANT INTO VAN.
The keeper of elephant Clarissa tries to guide her into a van as she is falling asleep because of tranquilisers in front of Madrid's downtown bourse May 26. A publicity stunt by an amusement park company went awry on Wednesday when two-tonne Clarissa broke free from her trainer and rampaged through central Madrid. The 12-year-old elephant was brought down to the bourse to promote Parques Reunidos amusement park and zoo managers stock market debut.

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