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USA-WEATHER/WILDFIRES
RTXEM71N
July 20, 2021
The New York City skyline is seen through a cover of wildlife smoke from the Edge at Hudson Yards in...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City skyline is seen through cover of wildfire smoke
The New York City skyline is seen through a cover of wildlife smoke from the Edge at Hudson Yards in New York, U.S. July 20, 2021. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon
USA-WEATHER/WILDFIRES
RTXEM70B
July 20, 2021
Visitors view the New York City skyline through a cover of wildlife smoke from the Edge at Hudson Yards...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City skyline is seen through cover of wildfire smoke
Visitors view the New York City skyline through a cover of wildlife smoke from the Edge at Hudson Yards in New York, U.S. July 20, 2021. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon
USA-WEATHER/WILDFIRES
RTXEM705
July 20, 2021
The Empire State Building is seen through a cover of wildlife smoke from the Edge at Hudson Yards in...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City skyline is seen through cover of wildfire smoke
The Empire State Building is seen through a cover of wildlife smoke from the Edge at Hudson Yards in New York City, U.S. July 20, 2021. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon
USA-WEATHER/WILDFIRES
RTXEM6W2
July 20, 2021
Visitors view the New York City skyline while it is covered by wildlife smoke from the Edge at Hudson...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City skyline is seen through cover of wildfire smoke
Visitors view the New York City skyline while it is covered by wildlife smoke from the Edge at Hudson Yards in New York, U.S. July 20, 2021. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon
LEBANON-CRISIS/ANIMALS-RESCUE
RTXEIL31
July 18, 2021
Dr Marina Ivanova, FOUR PAWS veterinarian, prepares to tranquilize the two Syrian brown bears to be relocated...
Tyre, Lebanon
Spared starvation, two bears in Lebanon head to the United States
Dr Marina Ivanova, FOUR PAWS veterinarian, prepares to tranquilize the two Syrian brown bears to be relocated to a U.S. wildlife sanctuary, before their departure in Tyre, southern Lebanon July 18, 2021. REUTERS/Issam Abdallah
LEBANON-CRISIS/ANIMALS-RESCUE
RTXEIKZP
July 18, 2021
Jason Mier, director of Animals Lebanon, Amir Khalil, head of project development at FOUR PAWS International,...
Tyre, Lebanon
Spared starvation, two bears in Lebanon head to the United States
Jason Mier, director of Animals Lebanon, Amir Khalil, head of project development at FOUR PAWS International, and Dr Marina Ivanova, FOUR PAWS veterinarian, carry out a medical checkup for one of the two Syrian brown bears to be relocated to a U.S. wildlife sanctuary, before its departure in Tyre, southern Lebanon July 18, 2021. REUTERS/Issam Abdallah
LEBANON-CRISIS/ANIMALS-RESCUE
RTXEIKOK
July 18, 2021
Jason Mier, Animals Lebanon director, carries with others one of the two Syrian brown bears to be relocated...
Tyre, Lebanon
Spared starvation, two bears in Lebanon head to the United States
Jason Mier, Animals Lebanon director, carries with others one of the two Syrian brown bears to be relocated to a wildlife sanctuary in the U.S., before its departure in Tyre, southern Lebanon July 18, 2021. REUTERS/Issam Abdallah
LEBANON-CRISIS/ANIMALS-RESCUE
RTXEIKKL
July 18, 2021
People move the crate with one of the two Syrian brown bears to be relocated to a wildlife sanctuary...
Tyre, Lebanon
Spared starvation, two bears in Lebanon head to the United States
People move the crate with one of the two Syrian brown bears to be relocated to a wildlife sanctuary in the U.S. inside, in Tyre, Lebanon July 18, 2021. REUTERS/Issam Abdallah
LEBANON-CRISIS/ANIMALS-RESCUE
RTXEIKKD
July 18, 2021
The paws of one of the two Syrian brown bears to be relocated to a wildlife sanctuary in the U.S. are...
Tyre, Lebanon
Spared starvation, two bears in Lebanon head to the United States
The paws of one of the two Syrian brown bears to be relocated to a wildlife sanctuary in the U.S. are pictured before its departure, in Tyre, Lebanon July 18, 2021. REUTERS/Issam Abdallah
CAMBODIA-LION/
RTXE0EWT
July 05, 2021
A confiscated pet lion poses with a dog as it arrived back home from the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Confiscated pet lion reunited with owner in Cambodia
A confiscated pet lion poses with a dog as it arrived back home from the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center after Prime Minister Hun Sen ordered authorities to return the animal in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, July 5, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu
CAMBODIA-LION/
RTXE0BR9
July 05, 2021
A confiscated pet lion poses with its owner, surnamed Guo, as it arrived back home from the Phnom Tamao...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Confiscated pet lion reunited with owner in Cambodia
A confiscated pet lion poses with its owner, surnamed Guo, as it arrived back home from the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center after Prime Minister Hun Sen ordered authorities to return the animal in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, July 5, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu
CAMBODIA-LION/
RTXE0BRB
July 05, 2021
A confiscated pet lion poses with a dog as it arrived back home from the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Confiscated pet lion reunited with owner in Cambodia
A confiscated pet lion poses with a dog as it arrived back home from the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center after Prime Minister Hun Sen ordered authorities to return the animal in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, July 5, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu
CAMBODIA-LION/
RTXE0BRA
July 05, 2021
A confiscated pet lion poses for a photo as it arrived back home from the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Confiscated pet lion reunited with owner in Cambodia
A confiscated pet lion poses for a photo as it arrived back home from the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center after Prime Minister Hun Sen ordered authorities to return the animal in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, July 5, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu
CAMBODIA-LION/
RTXE0BR8
July 05, 2021
A confiscated pet lion poses with its owner, surnamed Guo, as it arrived back home from the Phnom Tamao...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Confiscated pet lion reunited with owner in Cambodia
A confiscated pet lion poses with its owner, surnamed Guo, as it arrived back home from the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center after Prime Minister Hun Sen ordered authorities to return the animal in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, July 5, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu
VIETNAM-ENVIRONMENT/PANGOLIN
RTXDSY7W
June 24, 2021
An Asian palm civet is being treated at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center, Cuc Phuong National Park,...
Ninh Binh, Vietnam
Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center
An Asian palm civet is being treated at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center, Cuc Phuong National Park, Ninh Binh province, Vietnam, June 24, 2021. Picture taken June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Thanh Hue
VIETNAM-ENVIRONMENT/PANGOLIN
RTXDSY7V
June 24, 2021
A man watches results from a camera trap at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center, Cuc Phuong National...
Ninh Binh, Vietnam
Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center
A man watches results from a camera trap at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center, Cuc Phuong National Park, Ninh Binh province, Vietnam, June 24, 2021. Picture taken June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Thanh Hue
VIETNAM-ENVIRONMENT/PANGOLIN
RTXDSY7U
June 24, 2021
A man holds a pangolin at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center in Cuc Phuong National Park, Ninh Binh...
Ninh Binh, Vietnam
Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center
A man holds a pangolin at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center in Cuc Phuong National Park, Ninh Binh province, Vietnam, June 24, 2021. Picture taken June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Thanh Hue
VIETNAM-ENVIRONMENT/PANGOLIN
RTXDSY7T
June 24, 2021
Thai Van Nguyen feeds a pangolin at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center in Cuc Phuong National Park,...
Ninh Binh, Vietnam
Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center
Thai Van Nguyen feeds a pangolin at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center in Cuc Phuong National Park, Ninh Binh province, Vietnam, June 24, 2021. Picture taken June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Thanh Hue
VIETNAM-ENVIRONMENT/PANGOLIN
RTXDSY7S
June 24, 2021
A camera trap is seen at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center, Cuc Phuong National Park, Ninh Binh province,...
Ninh Binh, Vietnam
Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center
A camera trap is seen at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center, Cuc Phuong National Park, Ninh Binh province, Vietnam, June 24, 2021. Picture taken June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Thanh Hue
VIETNAM-ENVIRONMENT/PANGOLIN
RTXDSY7R
June 24, 2021
Tran Van Truong, 28, works at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center, Cuc Phuong National Park, Ninh Binh...
Ninh Binh, Vietnam
Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center
Tran Van Truong, 28, works at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center, Cuc Phuong National Park, Ninh Binh province, Vietnam, June 24, 2021. Picture taken June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Thanh Hue
VIETNAM-ENVIRONMENT/PANGOLIN
RTXDSY7Q
June 24, 2021
A pangolin eats at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center, Cuc Phuong National Park, Ninh Binh province,...
Ninh Binh, Vietnam
Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center
A pangolin eats at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center, Cuc Phuong National Park, Ninh Binh province, Vietnam, June 24, 2021. Picture taken June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Thanh Hue
VIETNAM-ENVIRONMENT/PANGOLIN
RTXDSY3T
June 24, 2021
A man places bamboo food containers inside a pangolin cage at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center,...
Ninh Binh, Vietnam
Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center
A man places bamboo food containers inside a pangolin cage at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center, Cuc Phuong National Park, Ninh Binh province, Vietnam, June 24, 2021. Picture taken June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Thanh Hue
VIETNAM-ENVIRONMENT/PANGOLIN
RTXDSY3P
June 24, 2021
A pangolin stands next to a keeper at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center, Cuc Phuong National Park,...
Ninh Binh, Vietnam
Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center
A pangolin stands next to a keeper at Save Vietnam's Wildlife rescue center, Cuc Phuong National Park, Ninh Binh province, Vietnam, June 24, 2021. Picture taken June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Thanh Hue
SRI LANKA-SHIP/
RTXDLU60
June 24, 2021
A wildlife department member loads dead sea turtles that were washed ashore on a beach weeks after the...
Panadura, Sri Lanka
A wildlife department member loads dead sea turtles that were washed ashore on a beach weeks after the...
A wildlife department member loads dead sea turtles that were washed ashore on a beach weeks after the MV X-Press Pearl container ship caught fire and sank off the coast of Colombo, in Panadura, Sri Lanka June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
SRI LANKA-SHIP/
RTXDLU3Q
June 24, 2021
A wildlife department member loads a dead sea turtle that was washed ashore on a beach weeks after the...
Panadura, Sri Lanka
A wildlife department member loads a dead sea turtle that was washed ashore on a beach weeks after the...
A wildlife department member loads a dead sea turtle that was washed ashore on a beach weeks after the MV X-Press Pearl container ship caught fire and sank off the coast of Colombo, in Panadura, Sri Lanka June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZXR
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads the Zoology students as she measures a fawn's leg after combing through the grass and undergrowth during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZXQ
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) holds...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) holds the legs of a days old fawn showing the dew claws still visible after leading the Zoology through the grass and undergrowth during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZVB
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) measures...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) measures a fawn's leg during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZV9
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads the Zoology students as she measures a days old fawn's heartbeat after they combed through the grass and undergrowth during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZV6
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) lets...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) lets a days old fallow deer fawn out of its weighing bag after documenting it as part of their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZV5
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) lets...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) lets a days old fallow deer fawn out of its weighing bag after documenting it as part of their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZV4
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) lets...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) lets a days old fallow deer fawn out of its weighing bag after documenting it as part of their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZV2
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) lets...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) lets a days old fallow deer fawn out of its weighing bag after documenting it as part of their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZTY
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads the Zoology students as they catch a fawn in their butterfly nets after combing through the grass and undergrowth during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZQC
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads the Zoology students as they comb through the grass and undergrowth during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZQB
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads the Zoology students as Ellen O'Hagan restrains the fawn they just caught in their butterfly nets after they combed through the grass and undergrowth during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZNT
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads the Zoology students as they comb through the grass and undergrowth during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZNU
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads the Zoology students as they measure a fawn's legs after combing through the grass and undergrowth during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZNN
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) lets...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) lets a days old fallow deer fawn out of its weighing bag after documenting it as part of their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZNM
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) closes...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) closes her eyes as she lets a days old fallow deer fawn out of its weighing bag after documenting it as part of their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZLA
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) lets...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) lets a days old fallow deer fawn out of its weighing bag after documenting it as part of their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZL9
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads the Zoology students as they restrain a days old fawn after combing through the grass and undergrowth during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZL8
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) puts...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) puts a days old fallow deer fawn into a weighing bag after documenting it as part of their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZIS
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) puts...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) puts a fawn skin sample into a test tube during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZIQ
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) restrains...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) restrains a days old fawn as Zoology student Ellen O'Hagan holds its head during the UCD fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZIL
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) uses...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) uses a measuring tape around a fawn's belly during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZIK
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) tags...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) tags a days old fawn's ear as Zoology student Ellen O'Hagan holds its head during the UCD fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZIH
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads the Zoology students as she shaves off a fawn hair sample to test for cortisol to measure stress, during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZG5
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) restrains...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) restrains a days old fawn as Zoology student Ellen O'Hagan holds its head during the UCD fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ANIMALS/
RTXDLZF0
June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) measures...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) measures a fawn's leg during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh
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June 22, 2021
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Laura Griffin, PHD student in Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour at University College Dublin (UCD) leads the Zoology students as they comb through the grass and undergrowth during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of the annual June stocktake of each of the Phoenix Park's newborn fallow deer fawns which number on average at 100 born each year, in Dublin, Ireland June 22, 2021. Picture taken June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
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The northern shore of St. George, Alaska, U.S., May 25, 2021. Picture taken on May 25, 2021. REUTERS/Nathan...
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On an Alaska island, an indigenous mayor struggles to save wildlife
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On an Alaska island, an indigenous mayor struggles to save wildlife
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The skeleton of a seabird rests on a sign advertising tours of the former sealing plant on St. George,...
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ST GEORGE, UNITED STATES
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June 17, 2021
A former patrol vessel, named the St. George, rests on the northern shore of St. George, Alaska, U.S.,...
ST GEORGE, UNITED STATES
On an Alaska island, an indigenous mayor struggles to save wildlife
A former patrol vessel, named the St. George, rests on the northern shore of St. George, Alaska, U.S., May 22, 2021. Picture taken on drone May 22, 2021. REUTERS/Nathan Howard
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Models and paintings of the Pribilof Islands??? seabirds line the wall of the Pribilof Fur Seal Monument...
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On an Alaska island, an indigenous mayor struggles to save wildlife
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June 17, 2021
Part of the island???s herd of more than 300 reindeer move across the tundra on St. George, Alaska, U.S.,...
ST GEORGE, UNITED STATES
On an Alaska island, an indigenous mayor struggles to save wildlife
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Laurence Prokopiof, a retired commercial fisherman and the current pubic works director for the city,...
ST GEORGE, UNITED STATES
On an Alaska island, an indigenous mayor struggles to save wildlife
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Subdeacon Alexis Prokopiof, who was born and raised on the island, visits his father’s grave in the...
ST GEORGE, UNITED STATES
On an Alaska island, an indigenous mayor struggles to save wildlife
Subdeacon Alexis Prokopiof, who was born and raised on the island, visits his father’s grave in the cemetery on St. George, Alaska, U.S., May 24, 2021. Picture taken May 24, 2021. REUTERS/Nathan Howard
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