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FOOTBALL-NFL-PIT-BUF/
RTS2V2RO
December 16, 2019
Dec 15, 2019; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; A Pittsburgh Steelers fan dressed as a Christmas Tree roots for his...
Pittsburgh, UNITED STATES
NFL: Buffalo Bills at Pittsburgh Steelers
Dec 15, 2019; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; A Pittsburgh Steelers fan dressed as a Christmas Tree roots for his team against the Buffalo Bills during the fourth quarter at Heinz Field. The Bills won 17-10. Mandatory Credit: Philip G. Pavely-USA TODAY Sports
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MANGROVE FOREST
RTX6Z1H2
June 12, 2019
Mangrove forests are pictured on the Caratingui river in Cairu, state of Bahia, Brazil, March 31, 2019....
CAIRU, Brazil
Mangrove forests are pictured on the Caratingui river in Cairu
Mangrove forests are pictured on the Caratingui river in Cairu, state of Bahia, Brazil, March 31, 2019. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
USA-WEATHER/ALABAMA
RTX6PODQ
March 04, 2019
Police tape is seen across uprooted tree roots after two deadly back-to-back tornadoes, in Beauregard,...
BEAUREGARD, UNITED STATES
Police tape is seen across uprooted tree roots after back-to-back tornadoes in Beauregard
Police tape is seen across uprooted tree roots after two deadly back-to-back tornadoes, in Beauregard, Alabama, U.S., March 4, 2019. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage
ROOTSTECH-CONFERENCE/DNA
RTX6P3H9
February 28, 2019
Attendees look at displays at the Family Tree Maker booth at the RootsTech annual genealogical event...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
Attendees look at displays at the Family Tree Maker booth at the RootsTech annual genealogical event...
Attendees look at displays at the Family Tree Maker booth at the RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S., February 28, 2019. REUTERS/George Frey
GLOBAL-WASTE/
RTX6OXBQ
February 27, 2019
Trash is seen in the roots of trees at the edge of a river, in San Jose, Costa Rica February 27, 2019....
San Jose, Costa Rica
Trash is seen in the roots of trees at the edge of a river, in San Jose
Trash is seen in the roots of trees at the edge of a river, in San Jose, Costa Rica February 27, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
CLIMATECHANGE-INDIA/ISLANDS
RTS2902B
December 05, 2018
Children stand on the roots of broken coconut trees on the coastline on Ghoramara Island, India, October...
Ghoramara Island, India
Children stand on the roots of broken coconut trees on the coastline on Ghoramara Island
Children stand on the roots of broken coconut trees on the coastline on Ghoramara Island, India, October 23, 2018. Picture taken on October 23, 2018. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri
CLIMATECHANGE-INDIA/ISLANDS
RTS2901I
December 05, 2018
A child stands on the roots of a broken coconut tree on the coastline on Ghoramara Island, India, August...
Ghoramara Island, India
A child stands on the roots of a broken coconut tree on the coastline on Ghoramara Island
A child stands on the roots of a broken coconut tree on the coastline on Ghoramara Island, India, August 18, 2018. Picture taken on August 18, 2018. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri
OCEANS-TIDE/SHRIMP
RTX6H5NP
October 30, 2018
The roots of mangrove trees are seen along a river in Pitas, Sabah, Malaysia, July 6, 2018. Picture taken...
PITAS, Malaysia
The roots of mangrove trees are seen along a river in Pitas
The roots of mangrove trees are seen along a river in Pitas, Sabah, Malaysia, July 6, 2018. Picture taken July 6, 2018. To match Special Report OCEANS-TIDE/SHRIMP REUTERS/Edgar Su
BRAZIL-DEFORESTATION/
RTS1Z2JK
August 28, 2018
Branches and roots are piled on a farm after deforestation in Palmeirante, Brazil February 16, 2018....
PALMERANTE, Brazil
Branches and roots are piled on a farm after deforestation in Palmeirante
Branches and roots are piled on a farm after deforestation in Palmeirante, Brazil February 16, 2018. Picture taken February 16, 2018. To match Special Report BRAZIL-DEFORESTATION/ REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
EUROPE-SUGAR/CROPS
RTS1X87B
August 13, 2018
A sugar beet plant is seen in a field in Vis-en-Artois, France, August 13, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol...
VIS-EN-ARTOIS, France
A sugar beet plant is seen in a field in Vis-en-Artois
A sugar beet plant is seen in a field in Vis-en-Artois, France, August 13, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
ELSALVADOR-COFFEE/SPECIALTY
RTX67H3X
June 04, 2018
The roots of an old coffee tree are seen in a farm in Santa Ana, El Salvador on May 25, 2018. Picture...
Santa Ana, El Salvador
The roots of an old coffee tree are seen in a farm in Santa Ana
The roots of an old coffee tree are seen in a farm in Santa Ana, El Salvador on May 25, 2018. Picture taken on May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
SPAIN-AGRICULTURE/
RTX4Y7JV
February 21, 2018
A sprout of the roots of a cut down almond in a quarantine area around a tree infected with the xylella...
multiple cities, Spain
A sprout of the roots of a cut down almond in a quarantine area around a tree infected with the xylella...
A sprout of the roots of a cut down almond in a quarantine area around a tree infected with the xylella fastidiosa bacteria or Pierce disease is growing in Castell de Guadalest, Alicante province, Spain, February 21, 2018. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
SPAIN-AGRICULTURE/
RTX4Y7J9
February 21, 2018
Farmers Carmen Solbes (L) and Jose Ponsoda observe a sprout of the roots of a cut down almond in a quarantine...
multiple cities, Spain
Farmers Carmen Solbes and Jose Ponsoda observe a sprout of the roots of a cut down almond in a quarantine...
Farmers Carmen Solbes (L) and Jose Ponsoda observe a sprout of the roots of a cut down almond in a quarantine area around a tree infected with the xylella fastidiosa bacteria or Pierce disease in Castell de Guadalest, Alicante province, Spain, February 21, 2018. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
STORM-MARIA/
RTS1DYYY
September 26, 2017
The roots of an large old tree felled last week by Hurricane Maria sit amid debris including a memorial...
Frederiksted, Virgin Islands (U.S)
The roots of an large old tree felled last week by Hurricane Maria sit amid debris including a memorial...
The roots of an large old tree felled last week by Hurricane Maria sit amid debris including a memorial stone broken off from part of the church grounds' wall, in Frederiksted, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake
STORM-MARIA/
RTS1DYYN
September 26, 2017
The roots of an large old tree felled last week by Hurricane Maria sit amid debris including a memorial...
Frederiksted, Virgin Islands (U.S)
The roots of an large old tree felled last week by Hurricane Maria sit amid debris including a memorial...
The roots of an large old tree felled last week by Hurricane Maria sit amid debris including a memorial stone broken off from part of the church grounds' wall, in Frederiksted, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MINING
RTX3G8IR
September 14, 2017
A wildcat gold miner, or garimpeiro, uses high-pressure jets of water to dislodge rock material at a...
CREPURIZAO, Brazil
The Wider Image: Brazilians toil for gold in illegal Amazon mines
A wildcat gold miner, or garimpeiro, uses high-pressure jets of water to dislodge rock material at a wildcat mine, also known as garimpo, at a deforested area of Amazon rainforest near Crepurizao, in the municipality of Itaituba, Para State, Brazil, August 2, 2017. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "WILDCAT MINING" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HONGKONG-ANNIVERSARY/TIMELINE
RTS18YYS
June 28, 2017
A plaque is partly hidden between the roots of a banyan tree at the King George V Memorial Park in Hong...
Hong Kong, China
Anniversary: Hong Kong: 20 years since the end of British rule
A plaque is partly hidden between the roots of a banyan tree at the King George V Memorial Park in Hong Kong, one of the few parks bearing former colonial links to the territory's past, May 12, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip SEARCH "HONGKONG TIMELINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX2ZFYJ
February 03, 2017
Tree roots are seen Thengar Char island in the Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh, February 2, 2017. Picture taken...
THENGAR CHAR, Bangladesh
Tree roots are seen Thengar Char island
Tree roots are seen Thengar Char island in the Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh, February 2, 2017. Picture taken February 2, 2017. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
THAILAND-AYUTTHAYA/
RTST2LN
November 24, 2016
A combination picture shows a Buddha head entwined within the roots of a tree (C) and the remains of...
Ayutthaya, Thailand
A combination picture shows a Buddha head entwined within the roots of a tree (C) and the remains of...
A combination picture shows a Buddha head entwined within the roots of a tree (C) and the remains of Buddha statues in the ruins of the ancient city of Ayutthaya, Thailand July 14, 2016. Pictures taken July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Jorge Silva TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND-AYUTTHAYA/
RTST1Z1
November 24, 2016
A Buddha head entwined within the roots of a tree is seen in the ruins of the ancient city of Ayutthaya,...
Ayutthaya, Thailand
A Buddha head entwined within the roots of a tree is seen in the ruins of the ancient city of Ayutthaya...
A Buddha head entwined within the roots of a tree is seen in the ruins of the ancient city of Ayutthaya, Thailand July 14, 2016. Picture taken July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
THAILAND-AYUTTHAYA/
RTST1YQ
November 24, 2016
A combination picture shows a Buddha head entwined within the roots of a tree (C) and the remains of...
Ayutthaya, Thailand
A combination picture shows a Buddha head entwined within the roots of a tree (C) and the remains of...
A combination picture shows a Buddha head entwined within the roots of a tree (C) and the remains of Buddha statues in the ruins of the ancient city of Ayutthaya, Thailand July 14, 2016. Pictures taken July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
CUBA-MIGRANTS/PANAMA
RTX1W0WB
November 26, 2015
A Cuban migrant holds onto a tree root as he descends a hill after crossing the border from Colombia...
Guna Yala, Panama
A Cuban migrant holds onto a tree root as he descends a hill after crossing the border from Colombia...
A Cuban migrant holds onto a tree root as he descends a hill after crossing the border from Colombia through the jungle into La Miel in the province of Guna Yala November 26, 2015. Scores of Cubans have come to shore at a remote outpost in Panama near the Colombian border as they seek overland passage towards the United States fearing a recent detente between Washington and Havana could end their preferential treatment. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
WEATHER-SEATTLE/
RTS81IV
November 20, 2015
A man looks into a hole left by the root ball of a fallen tree at American Legion Memorial Park in Everett,...
Everett, UNITED STATES
A man looks into a hole left by the root ball of a fallen tree at American Legion Memorial Park in Everett,...
A man looks into a hole left by the root ball of a fallen tree at American Legion Memorial Park in Everett, Washington November 19, 2015. About 185,000 homes and businesses remained without power in Washington state late on Wednesday, after a storm blew down trees and triggered mudslides, killing at least three people, authorities said. Governor Jay Inslee declared a statewide emergency because of the storm, which left a wide swath of the Puget Sound region under flood watches and warnings. REUTERS/David Ryder
WEATHER-SEATTLE/
RTS81HT
November 20, 2015
The roots of a fallen tree are pictured at American Legion Memorial Park in Everett, Washington November...
Everett, UNITED STATES
The roots of a fallen tree are pictured at American Legion Memorial Park in Everett, Washington
The roots of a fallen tree are pictured at American Legion Memorial Park in Everett, Washington November 19, 2015. About 185,000 homes and businesses remained without power in Washington state late on Wednesday, after a storm blew down trees and triggered mudslides, killing at least three people, authorities said. Governor Jay Inslee declared a statewide emergency because of the storm, which left a wide swath of the Puget Sound region under flood watches and warnings. REUTERS/David Ryder
IVORYCOAST-COCOA/ENVIRONMENT
RTS319L
October 05, 2015
A fire set by a farmer burns the roots of a tree to kill it inside the protected Gouin-Debe forest in...
BLOLEQUIN, Cote D'Ivoire
A fire set by a farmer burns the roots of a tree to kill it inside the protected Gouin-Debe forest
A fire set by a farmer burns the roots of a tree to kill it inside the protected Gouin-Debe forest in Blolequin department, western Ivory Coast August 17, 2015. Picture taken August 17, 2015. To match Insight IVORYCOAST-COCOA/ENVIRONMENT REUTERS/Luc Gnago
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTS1U8T
September 19, 2015
The root of a tree is seen in a burnt palm plantation area near Tanjung Siapi Api port in Palembang,...
Palembang, Indonesia
The root of a tree is seen in a burnt palm plantation area near Tanjung Siapi Api port in Palembang
The root of a tree is seen in a burnt palm plantation area near Tanjung Siapi Api port in Palembang, on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, September 19, 2015. Indonesia will take 30 days to bring smouldering forest fires under control, the national disaster management agency said on Friday, as smog from the fires pushes pollution in Southeast Asia to record highs. REUTERS/Beawiharta
USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX1BNKF
May 05, 2015
A gardener if framed by red tree roots of a sculpture called "Romeo and Juliet" in front of the U.S....
Washington, United States of America
A gardener works beside a sculpture at the U.S. Botanical Garden in Washington
A gardener if framed by red tree roots of a sculpture called "Romeo and Juliet" in front of the U.S. Botanic Garden in Washington May 5, 2015. The sculpture is part of the "Exposed: The Secret Life of Roots" exhibit at the U.S. Botanic Garden. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTR4QJJ6
February 21, 2015
French President Francois Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree to mark the 50th anniversary...
Paris, France
French President Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of oak tree during a planting ceremony in the...
French President Francois Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree to mark the 50th anniversary of the French National Forest Office (ONF) in the gardens of the Elysee Palace in Paris February 21, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS)
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTR4QJJ1
February 21, 2015
French President Francois Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree to mark the 50th anniversary...
Paris, France
French President Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of oak tree during a planting ceremony in the...
French President Francois Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree to mark the 50th anniversary of the French National Forest Office (ONF) in the gardens of the Elysee Palace in Paris February 21, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS)
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTR4QJIF
February 21, 2015
French President Francois Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree to mark the 50th anniversary...
Paris, France
French President Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of oak tree during a planting ceremony in the...
French President Francois Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree to mark the 50th anniversary of the French National Forest Office (ONF) in the gardens of the Elysee Palace in Paris February 21, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS)
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTR4QJ0H
February 21, 2015
French President Francois Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree to mark the 50th anniversary...
Paris, France
French President Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree at the Elysee Palace in Paris
French President Francois Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree to mark the 50th anniversary of the French National Forest Office (ONF) in the gardens of the Elysee Palace in Paris February 21, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS)
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTR4QJ0G
February 21, 2015
French President Francois Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree to mark the 50th anniversary...
Paris, France
French President Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree at the Elysee Palace in Paris
French President Francois Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree to mark the 50th anniversary of the French National Forest Office (ONF) in the gardens of the Elysee Palace in Paris February 21, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS)
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTR4QIZT
February 21, 2015
French President Francois Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree to mark the 50th anniversary...
Paris, France
French President Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree at the Elysee Palace in Paris
French President Francois Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree to mark the 50th anniversary of the French National Forest Office (ONF) in the gardens of the Elysee Palace in Paris February 21, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS)
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTR4QIZP
February 21, 2015
French President Francois Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree to mark the 50th anniversary...
Paris, France
French President Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree at the Elysee Palace in Paris
French President Francois Hollande shovels earth onto the roots of an oak tree to mark the 50th anniversary of the French National Forest Office (ONF) in the gardens of the Elysee Palace in Paris February 21, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-STORM/SANDY
RTR4BXQY
October 28, 2014
Sea grass and tree roots are seen along the Fire Island National Seashore on one side of a breach in...
FIRE ISLAND, UNITED STATES
Sea grass and tree roots are seen along the Fire Island National Seashore on one side of a breach in...
Sea grass and tree roots are seen along the Fire Island National Seashore on one side of a breach in Fire Island, New York, October 27, 2014. Superstorm Sandy that killed at least 159 people and destroyed more than 650,000 homes when it slammed the U.S. East Coast two years ago, also tore two breaches through the long barrier island that lies across the murky Great South Bay from New York's Long Island. The gap that remains open is allowing the Atlantic Ocean to surge in and out of the bay, and the water near the breach is cleaner, with more plentiful fish, than it has been in decades. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
USA-STORM/SANDY
RTR4BXJY
October 28, 2014
Tree roots are seen along the Fire Island National Seashore on one side of a breach in Fire Island, New...
FIRE ISLAND, UNITED STATES
Tree roots are seen along the Fire Island National Seashore on one side of a breach in Fire Island
Tree roots are seen along the Fire Island National Seashore on one side of a breach in Fire Island, New York, October 27, 2014. Superstorm Sandy that killed at least 159 people and destroyed more than 650,000 homes when it slammed the U.S. East Coast two years ago, also tore two breaches through the long barrier island that lies across the murky Great South Bay from New York's Long Island. The gap that remains open is allowing the Atlantic Ocean to surge in and out of the bay, and the water near the breach is cleaner, with more plentiful fish, than it has been in decades. Picture taken October 27, 2014. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
USA-FLORIDA/ORCHIDS
RTR3KZ08
April 12, 2014
Recently planted orchids grow inside a carefully controlled lab at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Recently planted orchids grow inside a carefully controlled lab at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden...
Recently planted orchids grow inside a carefully controlled lab at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Miami, Florida April 8, 2014. Inside a small bright lab, nestled behind sprawling Banyan trees in Miami's Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, scientists and volunteers tend to tens of thousands of just-germinated orchids tucked in glass bottles. Fifty thousand more with long verdant leaves wait in a nearby nursery. In the coming weeks, crews in bucket trucks, usually used to fix power lines, will lift the fragile plants onto trees that line south Florida's roads, hoping they will take root and re-establish the blanket of millions of brightly colored flowers that once covered the state. The effort to reintroduce millions of orchids in Miami was inspired by a similar undertaking in Singapore that began in the mid-1990s, said Carl Lewis, who leads the Million Orchid Project as director of the botanic garden. A handful of the Florida species that Fairchild scientists are hoping to repopulate grow in limited numbers at the garden. Picture taken April 8, 2014. REUTERS/Zachary Fagenson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA-FLORIDA/ORCHIDS
RTR3KYZX
April 12, 2014
Volunteer Andrew Reeve removes and replants orchids that have grown too large for their existing cultivation...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Volunteer Reeve removes and replants orchids that have grown too large for their existing cultivation...
Volunteer Andrew Reeve removes and replants orchids that have grown too large for their existing cultivation bottles at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Miami, Florida April 8, 2014. Inside a small bright lab, nestled behind sprawling Banyan trees in Miami's Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, scientists and volunteers tend to tens of thousands of just-germinated orchids tucked in glass bottles. Fifty thousand more with long verdant leaves wait in a nearby nursery. In the coming weeks, crews in bucket trucks, usually used to fix power lines, will lift the fragile plants onto trees that line south Florida's roads, hoping they will take root and re-establish the blanket of millions of brightly colored flowers that once covered the state. The effort to reintroduce millions of orchids in Miami was inspired by a similar undertaking in Singapore that began in the mid-1990s, said Carl Lewis, who leads the Million Orchid Project as director of the botanic garden. A handful of the Florida species that Fairchild scientists are hoping to repopulate grow in limited numbers at the garden. Picture taken April 8, 2014. REUTERS/Zachary Fagenson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA-FLORIDA/ORCHIDS
RTR3KYZW
April 12, 2014
Volunteer Mike Reeve prepares a new batch of bottles to be filled with orchid seeds at Fairchild Tropical...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Volunteer Reeve prepares a new batch of bottles to be filled with orchid seeds at Fairchild Tropical...
Volunteer Mike Reeve prepares a new batch of bottles to be filled with orchid seeds at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Miami, Florida April 8, 2014. Inside a small bright lab, nestled behind sprawling Banyan trees in Miami's Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, scientists and volunteers tend to tens of thousands of just-germinated orchids tucked in glass bottles. Fifty thousand more with long verdant leaves wait in a nearby nursery. In the coming weeks, crews in bucket trucks, usually used to fix power lines, will lift the fragile plants onto trees that line south Florida's roads, hoping they will take root and re-establish the blanket of millions of brightly colored flowers that once covered the state. The effort to reintroduce millions of orchids in Miami was inspired by a similar undertaking in Singapore that began in the mid-1990s, said Carl Lewis, who leads the Million Orchid Project as director of the botanic garden. A handful of the Florida species that Fairchild scientists are hoping to repopulate grow in limited numbers at the garden. Picture taken April 8, 2014. REUTERS/Zachary Fagenson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA-FLORIDA/ORCHIDS
RTR3KYZQ
April 12, 2014
A Pine Pink Orchid (Bletia purpurea) is seen at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Miami, Florida April...
Miami, UNITED STATES
A Pine Pink Orchid is seen at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Miami, Florida
A Pine Pink Orchid (Bletia purpurea) is seen at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Miami, Florida April 8, 2014. Inside a small bright lab, nestled behind sprawling Banyan trees in Miami's Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, scientists and volunteers tend to tens of thousands of just-germinated orchids tucked in glass bottles. Fifty thousand more with long verdant leaves wait in a nearby nursery. In the coming weeks, crews in bucket trucks, usually used to fix power lines, will lift the fragile plants onto trees that line south Florida's roads, hoping they will take root and re-establish the blanket of millions of brightly colored flowers that once covered the state. The effort to reintroduce millions of orchids in Miami was inspired by a similar undertaking in Singapore that began in the mid-1990s, said Carl Lewis, who leads the Million Orchid Project as director of the botanic garden. A handful of the Florida species that Fairchild scientists are hoping to repopulate grow in limited numbers at the garden. Pine Pink Orchid is one of the species the garden hopes to repopulate in the wild. Picture taken April 8, 2014. REUTERS/Zachary Fagenson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA-FLORIDA/ORCHIDS
RTR3KYZM
April 12, 2014
Cigar Orchids (Cyrtopodium punctatum) are seen at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Miami, Florida...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Cigar Orchids are seen at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Miami, Florida
Cigar Orchids (Cyrtopodium punctatum) are seen at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Miami, Florida April 8, 2014. Inside a small bright lab, nestled behind sprawling Banyan trees in Miami's Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, scientists and volunteers tend to tens of thousands of just-germinated orchids tucked in glass bottles. Fifty thousand more with long verdant leaves wait in a nearby nursery. In the coming weeks, crews in bucket trucks, usually used to fix power lines, will lift the fragile plants onto trees that line south Florida's roads, hoping they will take root and re-establish the blanket of millions of brightly colored flowers that once covered the state. The effort to reintroduce millions of orchids in Miami was inspired by a similar undertaking in Singapore that began in the mid-1990s, said Carl Lewis, who leads the Million Orchid Project as director of the botanic garden. A handful of the Florida species that Fairchild scientists are hoping to repopulate grow in limited numbers at the garden. The Cigar Orchid is one of the species the garden hopes to repopulate in the wild. Picture taken April 8, 2014. REUTERS/Zachary Fagenson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
 USA-PENNSYLVANIA/IRISH
RTR3GBKN
March 09, 2014
Historian Frank Watson (R), and brothers Bill Schandelmeier (L) and Earl Schandelmeier search for artifacts...
MALVERN, UNITED STATES
Historian Watson and brothers Bill and Earl Schandelmeier search for artifacts in the melting snow atop...
Historian Frank Watson (R), and brothers Bill Schandelmeier (L) and Earl Schandelmeier search for artifacts in the melting snow atop a tree trunk at the site of Duffy's Cut in Malvern, Pennsylvania March 8, 2014. Exposed roots found under a stump near railroad tracks in a place now known as Duffy's Cut, once held in their grip buttons, human bones and old coffin nails - vital clues in a centuries-old unsolved mystery. The stump, pulled up several years ago, stood over the final resting place of seven of 57 Irish laborers who perished at the railroad construction site in 1832, during an outbreak of cholera and violence. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
 USA-PENNSYLVANIA/IRISH
RTR3GBKM
March 09, 2014
Historian Frank Watson and brothers Bill and Earl Schandelmeier search for artifacts in the melting snow...
MALVERN, UNITED STATES
Historian Watson and brothers Bill and Earl Schandelmeier search for artifacts in the melting snow atop...
Historian Frank Watson and brothers Bill and Earl Schandelmeier search for artifacts in the melting snow atop a tree trunk at the site of Duffy's Cut in Malvern, Pennsylvania March 8, 2014. Exposed roots found under a stump near railroad tracks in a place now known as Duffy's Cut, once held in their grip buttons, human bones and old coffin nails - vital clues in a centuries-old unsolved mystery. The stump, pulled up several years ago, stood over the final resting place of seven of 57 Irish laborers who perished at the railroad construction site in 1832, during an outbreak of cholera and violence. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
 USA-PENNSYLVANIA/IRISH
RTR3GBKJ
March 09, 2014
Historian Frank Watson searches for artifacts atop a tree trunk at the site of Duffy's Cut in Malvern,...
MALVERN, UNITED STATES
Historian Watson searches for artifacts atop a tree trunk at the site of Duffy's Cut in Malvern
Historian Frank Watson searches for artifacts atop a tree trunk at the site of Duffy's Cut in Malvern, Pennsylvania March 8, 2014. Exposed roots found under a stump near railroad tracks in a place now known as Duffy's Cut, once held in their grip buttons, human bones and old coffin nails - vital clues in a centuries-old unsolved mystery. The stump, pulled up several years ago, stood over the final resting place of seven of 57 Irish laborers who perished at the railroad construction site in 1832, during an outbreak of cholera and violence. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
 USA-PENNSYLVANIA/IRISH
RTR3GBKI
March 09, 2014
Historian Frank Watson (R), and brothers Bill Schandelmeier (L) and Earl Schandelmeier search for artifacts...
MALVERN, UNITED STATES
Historian Watson and brothers, Bill, and Earl Schandelmeier search for artifacts in the melting snow...
Historian Frank Watson (R), and brothers Bill Schandelmeier (L) and Earl Schandelmeier search for artifacts in the melting snow atop a tree trunk at the site of Duffy's Cut in Malvern, Pennsylvania March 8, 2014. Exposed roots found under a stump near railroad tracks in a place now known as Duffy's Cut, once held vital clues in a centuries-old unsolved mystery. The stump, pulled up several years ago, stood over the final resting place of seven of 57 Irish laborers who perished at the railroad construction site in 1832, during an outbreak of cholera and violence. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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Digging for White Gold - 28 Dec 2013
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December 27, 2013
A truffle is seen on a table in Alba, north-western Italy November 11, 2013. Located in the heart of...
Alba, Italy
A truffle is seen on a table in Alba north-western Italy
A truffle is seen on a table in Alba, north-western Italy November 11, 2013. Located in the heart of the Langhe - the hilly southern area of Italy's northwestern Piedmont region - Alba is the country's capital of white truffles, a variety of the prized fungus which grows underground. Truffles are found two to eight inches (5-20cm) below the ground near the roots of trees. They give off an odour which lasts for a limited period of time and can be detected with the assistance of well-trained dogs and experienced hunters. Output of white truffles, which are not cultivated and only grow naturally in forests, has fallen in Italy over the past few years, largely because climate change has brought a damaging mix of drought and torrential rains. Picture taken November 11, 2013. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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December 27, 2013
A slice of white truffle is seen in this illustration photograph taken in Rome November 19, 2013. Located...
Rome, Italy
A slice of white truffle is seen in this illustration photograph taken in Rome
A slice of white truffle is seen in this illustration photograph taken in Rome November 19, 2013. Located in the heart of the Langhe - the hilly southern area of Italy's northwestern Piedmont region - Alba is the country's capital of white truffles, a variety of the prized fungus which grows underground. Truffles are found two to eight inches (5-20cm) below the ground near the roots of trees. They give off an odour which lasts for a limited period of time and can be detected with the assistance of well-trained dogs and experienced hunters. Output of white truffles, which are not cultivated and only grow naturally in forests, has fallen in Italy over the past few years, largely because climate change has brought a damaging mix of drought and torrential rains. Picture taken November 19, 2013. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY)

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December 27, 2013
A seller shows a truffle to consumers at the truffle market in Alba, north-western Italy November 9,...
Alba, Italy
A seller shows a truffle to consumers at the truffle market in Alba, north-western Italy
A seller shows a truffle to consumers at the truffle market in Alba, north-western Italy November 9, 2013. Located in the heart of the Langhe - the hilly southern area of Italy's northwestern Piedmont region - Alba is the country's capital of white truffles, a variety of the prized fungus which grows underground. Truffles are found two to eight inches (5-20cm) below the ground near the roots of trees. They give off an odour which lasts for a limited period of time and can be detected with the assistance of well-trained dogs and experienced hunters. Output of white truffles, which are not cultivated and only grow naturally in forests, has fallen in Italy over the past few years, largely because climate change has brought a damaging mix of drought and torrential rains. Picture taken November 9, 2013. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY)

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December 27, 2013
Cardoon with white truffle and pear is seen at the Guido restaurant in Serralunga d'Alba, in north-western...
SERRALUNGA D'ALBA, Italy
Cardoon with white truffle and pear is seen at the Guido restaurant in Serralunga d'Alba, north-western...
Cardoon with white truffle and pear is seen at the Guido restaurant in Serralunga d'Alba, in north-western Italy November 11, 2013. Located in the heart of the Langhe - the hilly southern area of Italy's northwestern Piedmont region - Alba is the country's capital of white truffles, a variety of the prized fungus which grows underground. Truffles are found two to eight inches (5-20cm) below the ground near the roots of trees. They give off an odour which lasts for a limited period of time and can be detected with the assistance of well-trained dogs and experienced hunters. Output of white truffles, which are not cultivated and only grow naturally in forests, has fallen in Italy over the past few years, largely because climate change has brought a damaging mix of drought and torrential rains. Picture taken November 11, 2013. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY)

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December 27, 2013
Alessandro Boglione, chef at the Grinzane Cavour castle restaurant, cooks pasta after the World Alba...
Alba, Italy
Alessandro Boglione, chef at the Grinzane Cavour castle restaurant, cooks pasta after the World Alba...
Alessandro Boglione, chef at the Grinzane Cavour castle restaurant, cooks pasta after the World Alba WhiteTruffles Auction in Grinzane Cavour near Alba, in north-western Italy November 10, 2013. The two biggest truffles at the auction sold for 90,000 euros (about $120,000) to a buyer from Hong Kong. Located in the heart of the Langhe - the hilly southern area of Italy's northwestern Piedmont region - Alba is the country's capital of white truffles, a variety of the prized fungus which grows underground. Truffles are found two to eight inches (5-20cm) below the ground near the roots of trees. They give off an odour which lasts for a limited period of time and can be detected with the assistance of well-trained dogs and experienced hunters. Output of white truffles, which are not cultivated and only grow naturally in forests, has fallen in Italy over the past few years, largely because climate change has brought a damaging mix of drought and torrential rains. Picture taken November 10, 2013. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY)

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December 27, 2013
Photographers take pictures of two truffles weighing 950 grams (2.09 pounds) during the World Alba White...
GRINZANE CAVOUR, Italy
Costa smells a truffle at his restaurant in Monchiero near Alba northwestern Italy
Photographers take pictures of two truffles weighing 950 grams (2.09 pounds) during the World Alba White Truffle Auction in Grinzane Cavour near Alba, in north-western Italy November 10, 2013. The two biggest truffles at the auction sold for 90,000 euros (about $120,000) to a buyer from Hong Kong. Located in the heart of the Langhe - the hilly southern area of Italy's northwestern Piedmont region - Alba is the country's capital of white truffles, a variety of the prized fungus which grows underground. Truffles are found two to eight inches (5-20cm) below the ground near the roots of trees. They give off an odour which lasts for a limited period of time and can be detected with the assistance of well-trained dogs and experienced hunters. Output of white truffles, which are not cultivated and only grow naturally in forests, has fallen in Italy over the past few years, largely because climate change has brought a damaging mix of drought and torrential rains. Picture taken November 10, 2013. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY)

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Truffle hunter Ezio Costa, 66, smells a truffle at his restaurant in Monchiero near Alba north-western...
Monchiero, Italy
Costa smells a truffle at his restaurant in Monchiero near Alba northwestern Italy
Truffle hunter Ezio Costa, 66, smells a truffle at his restaurant in Monchiero near Alba north-western Italy, November 9, 2013. Costa's family have been truffle hunters for four generations. Located in the heart of the Langhe - the hilly southern area of Italy's northwestern Piedmont region - Alba is the country's capital of white truffles, a variety of the prized fungus which grows underground. Truffles are found two to eight inches (5-20cm) below the ground near the roots of trees. They give off an odour which lasts for a limited period of time and can be detected with the assistance of well-trained dogs and experienced hunters. Output of white truffles, which are not cultivated and only grow naturally in forests, has fallen in Italy over the past few years, largely because climate change has brought a damaging mix of drought and torrential rains. Picture taken November 9, 2013. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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Truffle hunter Ezio Costa, 66, inspects a truffle as he sits outside his restaurant in Monchiero near...
Monchiero, Italy
Costa inspects a truffle as he sits outside his restaurant in Monchiero near Alba northwestern Italy
Truffle hunter Ezio Costa, 66, inspects a truffle as he sits outside his restaurant in Monchiero near Alba northwestern Italy, November 9, 2013. Costa's family have been truffle hunters for four generations. Located in the heart of the Langhe - the hilly southern area of Italy's northwestern Piedmont region - Alba is the country's capital of white truffles, a variety of the prized fungus which grows underground. Truffles are found two to eight inches (5-20cm) below the ground near the roots of trees. They give off an odour which lasts for a limited period of time and can be detected with the assistance of well-trained dogs and experienced hunters. Output of white truffles, which are not cultivated and only grow naturally in forests, has fallen in Italy over the past few years, largely because climate change has brought a damaging mix of drought and torrential rains. Picture taken November 9, 2013. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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Truffle hunter Ezio Costa, 66, inspects a truffle that was found by his dog Jolly in the woods in Monchiero...
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Costa inspects a truffle that was found by his dog in the woods in Monchiero near Alba northwestern Italy...
Truffle hunter Ezio Costa, 66, inspects a truffle that was found by his dog Jolly in the woods in Monchiero near Alba northwestern Italy November 9, 2013. Costa's family have been truffle hunters for four generations. Located in the heart of the Langhe - the hilly southern area of Italy's northwestern Piedmont region - Alba is the country's capital of white truffles, a variety of the prized fungus which grows underground. Truffles are found two to eight inches (5-20cm) below the ground near the roots of trees. They give off an odour which lasts for a limited period of time and can be detected with the assistance of well-trained dogs and experienced hunters. Output of white truffles, which are not cultivated and only grow naturally in forests, has fallen in Italy over the past few years, largely because climate change has brought a damaging mix of drought and torrential rains. Picture taken November 9, 2013. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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Truffle hunter Ezio Costa, 66, picks up a truffle that was found by his dog Jolly in the woods in Monchiero...
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Costa picks up a truffle that was found by his dog in the woods in Monchiero near Alba northwestern Italy...
Truffle hunter Ezio Costa, 66, picks up a truffle that was found by his dog Jolly in the woods in Monchiero near Alba northwestern Italy November 9, 2013. Costa's family have been truffle hunters for four generations. Located in the heart of the Langhe - the hilly southern area of Italy's northwestern Piedmont region - Alba is the country's capital of white truffles, a variety of the prized fungus which grows underground. Truffles are found two to eight inches (5-20cm) below the ground near the roots of trees. They give off an odour which lasts for a limited period of time and can be detected with the assistance of well-trained dogs and experienced hunters. Output of white truffles, which are not cultivated and only grow naturally in forests, has fallen in Italy over the past few years, largely because climate change has brought a damaging mix of drought and torrential rains. Picture taken November 9, 2013. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY)

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Truffle hunter Ezio Costa, 66, searches for truffles with his dog Jolly in the woods in Monchiero near...
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Costa searches for truffles with his dog in the woods in Monchiero near Alba northwestern Italy
Truffle hunter Ezio Costa, 66, searches for truffles with his dog Jolly in the woods in Monchiero near Alba northwestern Italy November 9, 2013. Costa's family have been truffle hunters for four generations. Located in the heart of the Langhe - the hilly southern area of Italy's northwestern Piedmont region - Alba is the country's capital of white truffles, a variety of the prized fungus which grows underground. Truffles are found two to eight inches (5-20cm) below the ground near the roots of trees. They give off an odour which lasts for a limited period of time and can be detected with the assistance of well-trained dogs and experienced hunters. Output of white truffles, which are not cultivated and only grow naturally in forests, has fallen in Italy over the past few years, largely because climate change has brought a damaging mix of drought and torrential rains. Picture taken November 9, 2013. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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Truffle hunter Ezio Costa, 66, search for truffles with his dog Jolly in a wood in Monchiero near Alba...
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Costa searches for truffles with his dog in the woods in Monchiero near Alba northwestern Italy
Truffle hunter Ezio Costa, 66, search for truffles with his dog Jolly in a wood in Monchiero near Alba northwestern Italy November 9, 2013. Costa's family have been truffle hunters for four generations. Located in the heart of the Langhe - the hilly southern area of Italy's northwestern Piedmont region - Alba is the country's capital of white truffles, a variety of the prized fungus which grows underground. Truffles are found two to eight inches (5-20cm) below the ground near the roots of trees. They give off an odour which lasts for a limited period of time and can be detected with the assistance of well-trained dogs and experienced hunters. Output of white truffles, which are not cultivated and only grow naturally in forests, has fallen in Italy over the past few years, largely because climate change has brought a damaging mix of drought and torrential rains. Picture taken November 9, 2013. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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Costa searches for truffles with his dog in the woods in Monchiero near Alba northwestern Italy
Truffle hunter Ezio Costa, 66, searches for truffles with his dog Jolly in the woods in Monchiero near Alba, northwestern Italy November 9, 2013. Costa's family have been truffle hunters for four generation. Located in the heart of the Langhe - the hilly southern area of Italy's northwestern Piedmont region - Alba is the country's capital of white truffles, a variety of the prized fungus which grows underground. Truffles are found two to eight inches (5-20cm) below the ground near the roots of trees. They give off an odour which lasts for a limited period of time and can be detected with the assistance of well-trained dogs and experienced hunters. Output of white truffles, which are not cultivated and only grow naturally in forests, has fallen in Italy over the past few years, largely because climate change has brought a damaging mix of drought and torrential rains. Picture taken November 9, 2013. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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Vineyards are seen at sunset in Serralunga d'Alba, in northwestern Italy November 11, 2013. Located in...
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Vineyards are seen at sunset in Serralunga d'Alba, in northwestern Italy
Vineyards are seen at sunset in Serralunga d'Alba, in northwestern Italy November 11, 2013. Located in the heart of the Langhe - the hilly southern area of Italy's northwestern Piedmont region - Alba is the country's capital of white truffles, a variety of the prized fungus which grows underground. Truffles are found two to eight inches (5-20cm) below the ground near the roots of trees. They give off an odour which lasts for a limited period of time and can be detected with the assistance of well-trained dogs and experienced hunters. Output of white truffles, which are not cultivated and only grow naturally in forests, has fallen in Italy over the past few years, largely because climate change has brought a damaging mix of drought and torrential rains. Picture taken November 11, 2013. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY)

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