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CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WABX
May 24, 2019
Beachgoers are seen near a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
Beachgoers are seen near a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point...
Beachgoers are seen near a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WABW
May 24, 2019
Beachgoers are seen near a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
Beachgoers are seen near a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point...
Beachgoers are seen near a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WABR
May 24, 2019
A man touches the tail of a dead gray whale with his foot on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
A man touches the tail of a dead gray whale with his foot on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National...
A man touches the tail of a dead gray whale with his foot on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WABQ
May 24, 2019
A man runs away from a dead gray whale as a wave crashes onto its carcass on Limantour Beach at Point...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
A man runs away from a dead gray whale as a wave crashes onto its carcass on Limantour Beach at Point...
A man runs away from a dead gray whale as a wave crashes onto its carcass on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WABO
May 24, 2019
A man peeks into the mouth of a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
A man peeks into the mouth of a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in...
A man peeks into the mouth of a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WABN
May 24, 2019
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north...
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WABM
May 24, 2019
Waves crash on a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station,...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
Waves crash on a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station,...
Waves crash on a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WABL
May 24, 2019
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north...
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WABJ
May 24, 2019
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north...
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WABH
May 24, 2019
A beachgoer looks at a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
A beachgoer looks at a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes...
A beachgoer looks at a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WABF
May 24, 2019
Waves crash on the carcass of a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
Waves crash on the carcass of a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in...
Waves crash on the carcass of a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WABE
May 24, 2019
Beachgoers look at a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
Beachgoers look at a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes...
Beachgoers look at a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WABB
May 24, 2019
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north...
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WABA
May 24, 2019
Beachgoers look at a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
Beachgoers look at a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes...
Beachgoers look at a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WAB9
May 24, 2019
Waves crash on the carcass of a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
Waves crash on the carcass of a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in...
Waves crash on the carcass of a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WAB8
May 24, 2019
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north...
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WAB7
May 24, 2019
Waves crash on the carcass of a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
Waves crash on the carcass of a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in...
Waves crash on the carcass of a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WAB6
May 24, 2019
Waves crash on the carcass of a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north...
Waves crash on the carcass of a dead gray whale on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-WHALE/
RTX6WAB0
May 24, 2019
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north...
Point Reyes Station, UNITED STATES
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north...
A dead gray whale rests on Limantour Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore in Point Reyes Station, north of San Francisco, California, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TD18
October 26, 2015
Ryan Teremy of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres discusses the sinking of the whale-watching...
Tofino, Canada
Ryan Teremy of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres discusses the sinking of the whale-watching...
Ryan Teremy of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres discusses the sinking of the whale-watching boat Leviathan II during a news conference in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when the Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday, and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The boat, carrying 24 passengers and three crew, sank on Sunday afternoon, sparking a rescue effort by the Canadian military, Coast Guard, fishermen and mariners from a nearby Aboriginal community. Five people were confirmed dead and one was missing, while 21 were rescued. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TD15
October 26, 2015
Jamie Bray, owner of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching...
Tofino, Canada
Bray, owner of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching...
Jamie Bray, owner of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching boat Leviathan II during a news conference in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when the Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday, and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The boat, carrying 24 passengers and three crew, sank on Sunday afternoon, sparking a rescue effort by the Canadian military, Coast Guard, fishermen and mariners from a nearby Aboriginal community. Five people were confirmed dead and one was missing, while 21 were rescued. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TD0T
October 26, 2015
Jamie Bray, owner of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching...
Tofino, Canada
Bray, owner of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching...
Jamie Bray, owner of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching boat Leviathan II during a news conference in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when the Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday, and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The boat, carrying 24 passengers and three crew, sank on Sunday afternoon, sparking a rescue effort by the Canadian military, Coast Guard, fishermen and mariners from a nearby Aboriginal community. Five people were confirmed dead and one was missing, while 21 were rescued. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TD0S
October 26, 2015
Corene Inouye, Director of Operations for Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the...
Tofino, Canada
Inouye, Director of Operations for Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking...
Corene Inouye, Director of Operations for Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching boat Leviathan II during a news conference in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when the Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday, and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The boat, carrying 24 passengers and three crew, sank on Sunday afternoon, sparking a rescue effort by the Canadian military, Coast Guard, fishermen and mariners from a nearby Aboriginal community. Five people were confirmed dead and one was missing, while 21 were rescued. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TD0R
October 26, 2015
Jamie Bray, owner of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching...
Tofino, Canada
Bray, owner of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching...
Jamie Bray, owner of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching boat Leviathan II during a news conference in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when the Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday, and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The boat, carrying 24 passengers and three crew, sank on Sunday afternoon, sparking a rescue effort by the Canadian military, Coast Guard, fishermen and mariners from a nearby Aboriginal community. Five people were confirmed dead and one was missing, while 21 were rescued. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TD0G
October 26, 2015
Corene Inouye, Director of Operations for Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the...
Tofino, Canada
Inouye, Director of Operations for Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking...
Corene Inouye, Director of Operations for Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching boat Leviathan II during a news conference in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when the Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday, and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The boat, carrying 24 passengers and three crew, sank on Sunday afternoon, sparking a rescue effort by the Canadian military, Coast Guard, fishermen and mariners from a nearby Aboriginal community. Five people were confirmed dead and one was missing, while 21 were rescued. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TD0F
October 26, 2015
Jamie Bray, owner of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching...
Tofino, Canada
Bray, owner of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching...
Jamie Bray, owner of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching boat Leviathan II during a news conference in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when the Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday, and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The boat, carrying 24 passengers and three crew, sank on Sunday afternoon, sparking a rescue effort by the Canadian military, Coast Guard, fishermen and mariners from a nearby Aboriginal community. Five people were confirmed dead and one was missing, while 21 were rescued. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TD0E
October 26, 2015
Jamie Bray, owner of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching...
Tofino, Canada
Bray, owner of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching...
Jamie Bray, owner of Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres, discusses the sinking of the whale-watching boat Leviathan II during a news conference in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when the Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday, and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The boat, carrying 24 passengers and three crew, sank on Sunday afternoon, sparking a rescue effort by the Canadian military, Coast Guard, fishermen and mariners from a nearby Aboriginal community. Five people were confirmed dead and one was missing, while 21 were rescued. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC8W
October 26, 2015
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015....
Tofino, Canada
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. A tour boat with 27 passengers on board sunk off the coast of British Columbia, killing an unknown number of people, rescue officials said on Sunday. A search for survivors is ongoing, according to the Joint Rescue Victoria Coordination Centre in Tofino, British Columbia. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC8T
October 26, 2015
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015....
Tofino, Canada
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC8B
October 26, 2015
An (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) RCMP officer brings a piece of dive equipment to a police boat in...
Tofino, Canada
An (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) RCMP officer brings a piece of dive equipment to a police boat in...
An (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) RCMP officer brings a piece of dive equipment to a police boat in preparation for a dive team to search the capsized whale watching boat in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC3A
October 26, 2015
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015....
Tofino, Canada
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC37
October 26, 2015
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015.Five...
Tofino, Canada
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015.Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC36
October 26, 2015
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015....
Tofino, Canada
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC35
October 26, 2015
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015....
Tofino, Canada
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC2W
October 26, 2015
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015....
Tofino, Canada
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC2V
October 26, 2015
Jamie's Whale Watching Station office building in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons...
Tofino, Canada
Jamie's Whale Watching Station office building in Tofino
Jamie's Whale Watching Station office building in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC2S
October 26, 2015
Jamie's Whale Watching Station office building in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons...
Tofino, Canada
Jamie's Whale Watching Station office building in Tofino
Jamie's Whale Watching Station office building in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC2R
October 26, 2015
Jamie's Whale Watching sign in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when...
Tofino, Canada
Jamie's Whale Watching sign in Tofino
Jamie's Whale Watching sign in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC2P
October 26, 2015
Jamie's Whale Watching sign in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when...
Tofino, Canada
Jamie's Whale Watching sign in Tofino
Jamie's Whale Watching sign in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC2O
October 26, 2015
Jamie's Whale Watching Station office building in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons...
Tofino, Canada
Jamie's Whale Watching Station office building in Tofino
Jamie's Whale Watching Station office building in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC1M
October 26, 2015
Jamie's Whale Watching sign in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when...
Tofino, Canada
Jamie's Whale Watching sign in Tofino,
Jamie's Whale Watching sign in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC1C
October 26, 2015
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015....
Tofino, Canada
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC17
October 26, 2015
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015....
Tofino, Canada
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CANADA-BOAT/
RTX1TC11
October 26, 2015
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015....
Tofino, Canada
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino
A tour boat sits idle at Jamie's Whale Watching Station in Tofino, British Columbia October 26, 2015. Five Britons were killed when a Canadian whale-watching boat sank on Sunday and authorities were still searching on Monday for a sixth person feared drowned in the frigid waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia. The Leviathan II, a three-deck cruiser that can carry up to 46 people, was operated by Jamie's Whaling Station and Adventure Centres. REUTERS/Kevin Light
ANTARCTIC-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX14WB2
November 01, 2013
An Adelie penguin stands atop a block of melting ice near the French station at Dumont d’Urville in East...
DUMONT D'URVILLE, Antarctica
An Adelie penguin stands atop a block of melting ice near the French station at Dumont d’Urville in East...
An Adelie penguin stands atop a block of melting ice near the French station at Dumont d’Urville in East Antarctica January 23, 2010. Russia and the Ukraine on November 1, 2013 again scuttled plans to create the world's largest ocean sanctuary in Antarctica, pristine waters rich in energy and species such as whales, penguins and vast stocks of fish, an environmentalist group said. The Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources wound up a week-long meeting in Hobart, Australia, considering proposals for two "marine protected areas" aimed at conserving the ocean wilderness from fishing, drilling for oil and other industrial interests. Picture taken January 23, 2010. To match story ANTARCTIC-ENVIRONMENT/ REUTERS/Pauline Askin (ANTARCTICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS ANIMALS)
ANTARCTIC-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX14WAX
November 01, 2013
Adelie penguins stand atop ice near the French station at Dumont d’Urville in East Antarctica January...
multiple cities, Antarctica
Adelie penguins stand atop ice near the French station at Dumont d’Urville in East Antarctica
Adelie penguins stand atop ice near the French station at Dumont d’Urville in East Antarctica January 22, 2010. Russia and the Ukraine on November 1, 2013 again scuttled plans to create the world's largest ocean sanctuary in Antarctica, pristine waters rich in energy and species such as whales, penguins and vast stocks of fish, an environmentalist group said. The Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources wound up a week-long meeting in Hobart, Australia, considering proposals for two "marine protected areas" aimed at conserving the ocean wilderness from fishing, drilling for oil and other industrial interests. Picture taken January 22, 2010. To match story ANTARCTIC-ENVIRONMENT/ REUTERS/Pauline Askin (ANTARCTICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MALDIVES
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August 18, 2011
A four meter giant manta ray swims near a cleaning station just outside Hanifaru Bay of Maldives' remote...
HANIFARU BAY, Maldives
A four meter giant manta ray swims near a cleaning station just outside Hanifaru Bay of Maldives' remote...
A four meter giant manta ray swims near a cleaning station just outside Hanifaru Bay of Maldives' remote Baa Atoll, August 11, 2011. Every year, hundreds of whale sharks and giant manta rays gather for their annual feeding frenzy of plankton in July and August, in the geologically unique Hanifaru Bay. For reasons of conservation, Maldives is likely to shut down Hanifaru Bay to divers, making this the last season divers can see this one-of-a-kind phenomenon. REUTERS/David Loh (MALDIVES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
MALDIVES
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August 11, 2011
Scuba divers watch as a four meter giant manta ray visits a cleaning station just outside Hanifaru Bay...
HANIFARU BAY, Maldives
Scuba divers watch as a four meter giant manta ray visits a cleaning station just outside Hanifaru Bay...
Scuba divers watch as a four meter giant manta ray visits a cleaning station just outside Hanifaru Bay of Maldives' remote Baa Atoll, August 11, 2011. Every year, hundreds of whale sharks and giant manta rays gather for their annual feeding frenzy of plankton in July and August, in the geologically unique Hanifaru Bay. For reasons of conservation, Maldives is likely to shut down Hanifaru Bay to divers, making this the last season divers can see this one-of-a-kind phenomenon. REUTERS/David Loh (MALDIVES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
WHALING/
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June 30, 2010
Workers prepare to tow fin whale meat to a processing plant at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Workers prepare to tow fin whale meat to a processing plant at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about...
Workers prepare to tow fin whale meat to a processing plant at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about 70 km (43.5 miles) north of Reykjavik June 29, 2010. Three fin whales were caught in waters to the west of Iceland on Tuesday during the start of the fin whale season. A worldwide moratorium on commercial whaling remains in place after talks to replace it with a controlled cull of some species collapsed on June 23, 2010 at the International Whaling Commission's (IWC) annual meeting. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
WHALING/
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June 30, 2010
Pieces of fin whale meat are laid out before being packed at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about 70...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Pieces of fin whale meat are laid out before being packed at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about 70...
Pieces of fin whale meat are laid out before being packed at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about 70 km (43.5 miles) north of Reykjavik June 29, 2010. Three fin whales were caught in waters to the west of Iceland on Tuesday during the start of the fin whale season. A worldwide moratorium on commercial whaling remains in place after talks to replace it with a controlled cull of some species collapsed on June 23, 2010 at the International Whaling Commission's (IWC) annual meeting. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
WHALING/
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June 30, 2010
Workers examine the carcass of a fin whale at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about 70 km (43.5 miles)...
Reykjavik, multiple countries
Workers examine the carcass of a fin whale at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about 70 km north of Reykjavik...
Workers examine the carcass of a fin whale at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about 70 km (43.5 miles) north of Reykjavik June 29, 2010. Three fin whales were caught in waters to the west of Iceland on Tuesday during the start of the fin whale season. A worldwide moratorium on commercial whaling remains in place after talks to replace it with a controlled cull of some species collapsed on June 23, 2010 at the International Whaling Commission's (IWC) annual meeting. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
WHALING/
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June 30, 2010
A worker (R) hoses a fin whale down as others tow it up a ramp to a processing plant at the Hvalfjordur...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Workers tow a fin whale up a ramp to a processing plant at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about 70...
A worker (R) hoses a fin whale down as others tow it up a ramp to a processing plant at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about 70 km (43.5 miles) north of Reykjavik June 29, 2010. Three fin whales were caught in waters to the west of Iceland on Tuesday during the start of the fin whale season. A worldwide moratorium on commercial whaling remains in place after talks to replace it with a controlled cull of some species collapsed on June 23, 2010 at the International Whaling Commission's (IWC) annual meeting. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
WHALING/
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June 30, 2010
Workers extract meat from a fin whale at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about 70 km (43.5 miles) north...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Workers extract meat from a fin whale at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about 70 km north of Reykjavik...
Workers extract meat from a fin whale at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about 70 km (43.5 miles) north of Reykjavik June 29, 2010. Three fin whales were caught in waters to the west of Iceland on Tuesday during the start of the fin whale season. A worldwide moratorium on commercial whaling remains in place after talks to replace it with a controlled cull of some species collapsed on June 23, 2010 at the International Whaling Commission's (IWC) annual meeting.
REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
WHALING/
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June 30, 2010
Workers extract meat from the carcass of a fin whale at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about 70 km...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Workers extract meat from the carcass of a fin whale at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about 70 km...
Workers extract meat from the carcass of a fin whale at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, about 70 km (43.5 miles) north of Reykjavik June 29, 2010. Three fin whales were caught in waters to the west of Iceland on Tuesday during the start of the fin whale season. A worldwide moratorium on commercial whaling remains in place after talks to replace it with a controlled cull of some species collapsed on June 23, 2010 at the International Whaling Commission's (IWC) annual meeting.
REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
ANTARCTICA/
RTXAYT2
November 25, 2008
A whale fossil is seen near to the Commandante Ferraz Brazilian Antarctic Station located in Admiralty...
multiple cities, Antarctica
A whale fossil is seen near to the Commandante Ferraz Brazilian Antarctic Station
A whale fossil is seen near to the Commandante Ferraz Brazilian Antarctic Station located in Admiralty Bay, King George Island on the Antarctic continent November 25, 2008. The whale fossil was constructed by French explorer Jacques Cousteau in 1979. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (ANTARCTICA)
CHILE-WHALES/IWC
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June 28, 2008
A woman covers her nose as she looks at a butchered Baird's Beaked whale at Wada port in Minamiboso,...
MINAMIBOSO, Japan
A woman covers her nose as she looks at a butchered Baird's Beaked whale at Wada port in Minamiboso,...
A woman covers her nose as she looks at a butchered Baird's Beaked whale at Wada port in Minamiboso, southeast of Tokyo, June 28, 2008. Whales emerged the big losers as a weeklong International Whaling Commission meeting wrapped up in Chile on Friday, conservation groups said after anti-whaling nations failed to halt No. 1 hunter Japan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
CHILE-WHALES/IWC
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June 28, 2008
Workers butcher a Baird's Beaked whale at Wada port in Minamiboso, southeast of Tokyo, June 28, 2008....
MINAMIBOSO, Japan
Workers butcher a Baird's Beaked whale at Wada port in Minamiboso, southeast of Tokyo
Workers butcher a Baird's Beaked whale at Wada port in Minamiboso, southeast of Tokyo, June 28, 2008. Whales emerged the big losers as a weeklong International Whaling Commission meeting wrapped up in Chile on Friday, conservation groups said after anti-whaling nations failed to halt No. 1 hunter Japan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
CHILE-WHALES/IWC
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June 28, 2008
Workers butcher a Baird's Beaked whale at Wada port in Minamiboso, southeast of Tokyo, June 28, 2008....
MINAMIBOSO, Japan
Workers butcher a Baird's Beaked whale at Wada port in Minamiboso, southeast of Tokyo
Workers butcher a Baird's Beaked whale at Wada port in Minamiboso, southeast of Tokyo, June 28, 2008. Whales emerged the big losers as a weeklong International Whaling Commission meeting wrapped up in Chile on Friday, conservation groups said after anti-whaling nations failed to halt No. 1 hunter Japan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
CHILE-WHALES/IWC
RTX7F3N
June 28, 2008
Workers butcher a Baird's Beaked whale at Wada port in Minamiboso, southeast of Tokyo, June 28, 2008....
MINAMIBOSO, Japan
Workers butcher a Baird's Beaked whale at Wada port in Minamiboso, southeast of Tokyo
Workers butcher a Baird's Beaked whale at Wada port in Minamiboso, southeast of Tokyo, June 28, 2008. Whales emerged the big losers as a weeklong International Whaling Commission meeting wrapped up in Chile on Friday, conservation groups said after anti-whaling nations failed to halt No. 1 hunter Japan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
CHILE-WHALES/IWC
RTX7F3E
June 28, 2008
Workers butcher a Baird's Beaked whale at Wada port in Minamiboso, southeast of Tokyo, June 28, 2008....
MINAMIBOSO, Japan
Workers butcher a Baird's Beaked whale at Wada port in Minamiboso, southeast of Tokyo
Workers butcher a Baird's Beaked whale at Wada port in Minamiboso, southeast of Tokyo, June 28, 2008. Whales emerged the big losers as a weeklong International Whaling Commission meeting wrapped up in Chile on Friday, conservation groups said after anti-whaling nations failed to halt No. 1 hunter Japan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
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