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AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDF4
January 22, 2020
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burrow in a burned-out...
New South Wales, Australia
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burrow in a burned-out...
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burrow in a burned-out forest after wildfires outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDF2
January 22, 2020
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, drives through a burned-out forest after wildfires...
New South Wales, Australia
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, drives through a burned-out forest after wildfires...
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, drives through a burned-out forest after wildfires outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDF1
January 22, 2020
A water station that was installed for wombats and other animals by John Creighton, the founder of Wombat...
New South Wales, Australia
A water station that was installed for wombats and other animals by John Creighton, the founder of Wombat...
A water station that was installed for wombats and other animals by John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, is seen in a burned-out forest after a wildfire outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDEY
January 22, 2020
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burrow in a burned-out...
New South Wales, Australia
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burrow in a burned-out...
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burrow in a burned-out forest after wildfires outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDEV
January 22, 2020
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, checks a dead wombat female for cubs after it was...
New South Wales, Australia
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, checks a dead wombat female for cubs after it was...
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, checks a dead wombat female for cubs after it was killed by a car after its habitat was destroyed by wildfires outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDEU
January 22, 2020
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burned-out forest...
New South Wales, Australia
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burned-out forest...
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burned-out forest after wildfires outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDET
January 22, 2020
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burned-out forest...
New South Wales, Australia
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burned-out forest...
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burned-out forest after wildfires outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDEP
January 22, 2020
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burrow in a burned-out...
New South Wales, Australia
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burrow in a burned-out...
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burrow in a burned-out forest after wildfires outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDEO
January 22, 2020
A dead wombat female that was killed by a car after its habitat was destroyed by wildfires lies on a...
New South Wales, Australia
A dead wombat female that was killed by a car after its habitat was destroyed by wildfires lies on a...
A dead wombat female that was killed by a car after its habitat was destroyed by wildfires lies on a road outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. The blue marks indicate that it was checked by a volunteer of Wombat Care Bundanoon. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDEN
January 22, 2020
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, places feed for wombats and other animals in a...
New South Wales, Australia
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, places feed for wombats and other animals in a...
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, places feed for wombats and other animals in a burned-out forest after wildfires outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDEG
January 22, 2020
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burrow in a burned-out...
New South Wales, Australia
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burrow in a burned-out...
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burrow in a burned-out forest after wildfires outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDEF
January 22, 2020
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, unloads feed for wombats and other animals near...
New South Wales, Australia
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, unloads feed for wombats and other animals near...
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, unloads feed for wombats and other animals near a burned-out forest after wildfires outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDEE
January 22, 2020
Soot stains the hands of John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, after he looked for traces...
New South Wales, Australia
Soot stains the hands of John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, after he looked for traces...
Soot stains the hands of John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, after he looked for traces of wombats in a burned-out forest after wildfires outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDED
January 22, 2020
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burned-out forest...
New South Wales, Australia
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burned-out forest...
John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, looks for traces of wombats in a burned-out forest after wildfires outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDEB
January 22, 2020
A dead wombat female that was killed by a car after its habitat was destroyed by wildfires lies on a...
New South Wales, Australia
A dead wombat female that was killed by a car after its habitat was destroyed by wildfires lies on a...
A dead wombat female that was killed by a car after its habitat was destroyed by wildfires lies on a road outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. The blue marks indicate that it was checked by a volunteer of Wombat Care Bundanoon. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
USA-IGNOBEL/
RTS2QCE9
September 13, 2019
Patricia Yang accepts the 2019 Ig Nobel Prize in Physics for the study "How Do Wombats Make Cubed Poo?"...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Patricia Yang accepts the 2019 Ig Nobel Prize in Physics at the 29th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony...
Patricia Yang accepts the 2019 Ig Nobel Prize in Physics for the study "How Do Wombats Make Cubed Poo?" at the 29th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S., September 12, 2019. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
TENNIS-OPEN/MELBOURNE
RTX2Y1C5
January 09, 2017
Tennis player Rafael Nadal of Spain cuddles up to Lola, an Australian wombat in Sydney, January 9, 2017...
Sydney, Australia
Tennis player Rafael Nadal of Spain cuddles up to Lola, an Australian wombat
Tennis player Rafael Nadal of Spain cuddles up to Lola, an Australian wombat in Sydney, January 9, 2017 before the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne begins January 16. REUTERS/Jason Reed
TENNIS-OPEN/MELBOURNE
RTX2Y1AG
January 09, 2017
Tennis player Kei Nishikori of Japan cuddles up to Lola, an Australian wombat, in Sydney, January 9,...
Sydney, Australia
Tennis player Kei Nishikori of Japan cuddles up to Lola, an Australian wombat, in Sydney
Tennis player Kei Nishikori of Japan cuddles up to Lola, an Australian wombat, in Sydney, January 9, 2017 before the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne begins January 16. REUTERS/Jason Reed
TENNIS-OPEN/MELBOURNE
RTX2Y1AD
January 09, 2017
Tennis players Rafael Nadal (R) of Spain and Kei Nishikori of Japan cuddle up to Lola, an Australian...
Sydney, Australia
Tennis players Rafael Nadal of Spain and Kei Nishikori of Japan cuddle up to 'Lola' the Australian wombat...
Tennis players Rafael Nadal (R) of Spain and Kei Nishikori of Japan cuddle up to Lola, an Australian wombat, in Sydney, January 9, 2017 before the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne begins January 16. REUTERS/Jason Reed
TENNIS-OPEN/MELBOURNE
RTX2Y1AA
January 09, 2017
Tennis players Rafael Nadal (L) of Spain and Kei Nishikori of Japan cuddle up to Lola, an Australian...
Sydney, Australia
Tennis players Rafael Nadal of Spain and Kei Nishikori of Japan cuddle up to 'Lola' the Australian wombat...
Tennis players Rafael Nadal (L) of Spain and Kei Nishikori of Japan cuddle up to Lola, an Australian wombat, in Sydney, January 9, 2017 before the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne begins January 16. REUTERS/Jason Reed TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AUSTRALIA-CHINA/
RTR4EDM1
November 17, 2014
Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove (R) stands with China?s President Xi Jinping and his wife...
Canberra, Australia
Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove stands with China?s President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng...
Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove (R) stands with China?s President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan, as she holds a wombat in the grounds of Government House in Canberra November 17, 2014. Xi is on a three-day official visit to Australia. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS)
AUSTRALIA-CHINA/
RTR4EDL9
November 17, 2014
Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove (L) laughs as he stands with China?s President Xi Jinping...
Canberra, Australia
Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove laughs as he stands with China?s President Xi Jinping and...
Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove (L) laughs as he stands with China?s President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan, as she holds a wombat in the grounds of Government House in Canberra November 17, 2014. Xi is on a three-day official visit to Australia. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS)
AUSTRALIA-CHINA/
RTR4EDL5
November 17, 2014
China?s President Xi Jinping stands next to his wife Peng Liyuan as she holds a wombat in the grounds...
Canberra, Australia
China?s President Xi Jinping stands next to his wife Peng Liyuan as she holds a wombat in the grounds...
China?s President Xi Jinping stands next to his wife Peng Liyuan as she holds a wombat in the grounds of Government House in Canberra November 17, 2014. Xi is on a three-day official visit to Australia. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS)
AUSTRALIA-CHINA/
RTR4EDL0
November 17, 2014
Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove (R) stands with China's President Xi Jinping and his wife...
Canberra, Australia
Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove stands with China's President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng...
Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove (R) stands with China's President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan, as she holds a wombat in the grounds of Government House in Canberra November 17, 2014. Xi is on a three-day official visit to Australia. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA-CHINA/
RTR4EDKZ
November 17, 2014
China?s President Xi Jinping stands next to his wife Peng Liyuan as she holds a wombat in the grounds...
Canberra, Australia
China?s President Xi Jinping stands next to his wife Peng Liyuan as she holds a wombat in the grounds...
China?s President Xi Jinping stands next to his wife Peng Liyuan as she holds a wombat in the grounds of Government House in Canberra November 17, 2014. Xi is on a three-day official visit to Australia. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS)
AUSTRALIA-CHINA/
RTR4EDKW
November 17, 2014
Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove (R) stands with China?s President Xi Jinping and his wife...
Canberra, Australia
Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove stands with China?s President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng...
Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove (R) stands with China?s President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan (C), as she holds a wombat, in the grounds of Government House in Canberra November 17, 2014. Xi is on a three-day official visit to Australia. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TENNIS-OPEN
RTX17NFZ
January 21, 2014
Eugenie Bouchard of Canada holds a stuffed toy wombat given to her by fans after she won her women's...
Melbourne, Australia
Eugenie Bouchard of Canada holds a stuffed toy wombat given to her by fans after she won her women's...
Eugenie Bouchard of Canada holds a stuffed toy wombat given to her by fans after she won her women's singles quarter-final match against Ana Ivanovic of Serbia at the Australian Open 2014 tennis tournament in Melbourne January 21, 2014. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT TENNIS)
TENNIS-OPEN
RTX17NFS
January 21, 2014
Eugenie Bouchard of Canada holds a stuffed toy wombat given to her by fans after she won her women's...
Melbourne, Australia
Eugenie Bouchard of Canada holds a stuffed toy wombat given to her by fans after she won her women's...
Eugenie Bouchard of Canada holds a stuffed toy wombat given to her by fans after she won her women's singles quarter-final match against Ana Ivanovic of Serbia at the Australian Open 2014 tennis tournament in Melbourne January 21, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT TENNIS)
FRANCE/
RTR2QF8I
August 28, 2011
Matthew Murphy of The Wombats performs at the Rock en Seine Festival in Saint-Cloud, near Paris, August...
Saint-Cloud, France
Matthew Murphy of The Wombats performs at the Rock en Seine Festival in Saint-Cloud, near Paris
Matthew Murphy of The Wombats performs at the Rock en Seine Festival in Saint-Cloud, near Paris, August 27, 2011. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
FRANCE/
RTR2QF8F
August 28, 2011
Matthew Murphy of The Wombats performs at the Rock en Seine Festival in Saint-Cloud, near Paris, August...
Saint-Cloud, France
Matthew Murphy of The Wombats performs at the Rock en Seine Festival in Saint-Cloud, near Paris
Matthew Murphy of The Wombats performs at the Rock en Seine Festival in Saint-Cloud, near Paris, August 27, 2011. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
MOTORCYCLING-PRIX/
RTXTF7P
October 14, 2010
Derbi 125cc rider Pol Espargaro of Spain poses with a wombat during a media opportunity prior to the...
Phillip Island, Australia
Derbi 125cc rider Pol Espargaro of Spain poses with a wombat during a media opportunity prior to the...
Derbi 125cc rider Pol Espargaro of Spain poses with a wombat during a media opportunity prior to the Australian Grand Prix, on Phillip Island near Melbourne October 14, 2010. The Australian Grand Prix will take place on Sunday. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT MOTOR RACING ANIMALS)
MOTORCYCLING-PRIX/
RTXTF7O
October 14, 2010
Aprilia 125cc rider Danny Webb (L) and Suter Moto2 rider Scott Redding, both of Britain, pose with a...
Phillip Island, Australia
Aprilia 125cc rider Webb and Suter Moto2 rider Redding, both of Britain, pose with a wombat during a...
Aprilia 125cc rider Danny Webb (L) and Suter Moto2 rider Scott Redding, both of Britain, pose with a wombat during a media opportunity prior to the Australian Grand Prix on Phillip Island near Melbourne October 14, 2010. The Australian Grand Prix will take place on Sunday. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT MOTOR RACING ANIMALS)
MOTORCYCLING-PRIX/
RTXTF7K
October 14, 2010
Ducati MotoGP rider Aleix Espargaro of Spain mock kisses a wombat during a media opportunity prior to...
Phillip Island, Australia
Ducati MotoGP rider Aleix Espargaro of Spain mock kisses a wombat during a media opportunity prior to...
Ducati MotoGP rider Aleix Espargaro of Spain mock kisses a wombat during a media opportunity prior to the Australian Grand Prix on Phillip Island near Melbourne October 14, 2010. The Australian Grand Prix will take place on Sunday. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT MOTOR RACING ANIMALS)
BRITAIN/
RTX5GKK
January 11, 2008
Local band the Wombats perform as part of the opening ceremony to mark the start of Liverpool's year...
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Local band the Wombats perform as part of the opening ceremony to mark the start of Liverpool's year...
Local band the Wombats perform as part of the opening ceremony to mark the start of Liverpool's year as the European Capital of Culture in Liverpool, northern England January 11, 2008. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1Q1A9
May 24, 2007
A Common Wombat, one of three species of wombat, lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked...
Goulburn, Australia
A Common Wombat lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked with a red cross just outside...
A Common Wombat, one of three species of wombat, lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked with a red cross just outside the city of Goulburn, located 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Sydney, May 24, 2007. The largest-sized species, the Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat known as Australia's rarest marsupial, with only a single colony of around 110 living in a fenced-off area in the northern state of Queensland, has been listed in an American scientific magazine as an animal that faces extinction within a decade. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1Q1A8
May 24, 2007
A Common Wombat, one of three species of wombat, lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked...
Goulburn, Australia
A Common Wombat lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked with a red cross just outside...
A Common Wombat, one of three species of wombat, lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked with a red cross just outside the city of Goulburn, located 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Sydney, May 24, 2007. The largest-sized species, the Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat known as Australia's rarest marsupial, with only a single colony of around 110 living in a fenced-off area in the northern state of Queensland, has been listed in an American scientific magazine as an animal that faces extinction within a decade. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
WOMBATS
RTXNPY4
September 01, 2005
Abdul, a baby Hairy-nosed Wombat, is cradled by his keeper during a photocall at Sydney's Taronga Zoo...
Sydney, Australia
Abdul, a baby Hairy-nosed Wombat, is cradled by his keeper during a photocall at Sydney's Taronga Zo.....
Abdul, a baby Hairy-nosed Wombat, is cradled by his keeper during a photocall at Sydney's Taronga Zoo September 1, 2005. [A baby boom coupled with warm weather prompted the zoo to bring out a selection of baby animals, some who are being hand reared and requiring round-the-clock care.]
AUSTRALIA
RTRM4XO
September 01, 2005
Abdul, a baby Hairy-nosed Wombat, is cradled by his keeper during a photocall at Sydney's Taronga Zoo...
Sydney, Australia
Abdul, a baby Hairy-nosed Wombat, is cradled by his keeper at Taronga Zoo in Sydney.
Abdul, a baby Hairy-nosed Wombat, is cradled by his keeper during a photocall at Sydney's Taronga Zoo September 1, 2005. A baby boom coupled with warm weather prompted the zoo to bring out a selection of baby animals, some who are being hand reared and requiring round-the-clock care. REUTERS/Will Burgess WB/YH
WOMBATS
RTXNNPZ
July 28, 2005
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sleeps in a makeshift pouch after feeding time at Sydney's...
Sydney, Australia
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sleeps in a makeshift pouch after feeding time at S.....
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sleeps in a makeshift pouch after feeding time at Sydney's Taronga Zoo July 28, 2005. The orphaned baby wombat is being hand-raised by keeper Darrelyn Rainey who takes it home with her every day, and must feed it every four hours for at least the next three months.
WOMBATS
RTXNNPY
July 28, 2005
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat is being fed during feeding time at Sydney's Taronga...
Sydney, Australia
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat is being fed during feeding time at Sydney's Tarong.....
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat is being fed during feeding time at Sydney's Taronga Zoo July 28, 2005. The orphaned baby wombat is being hand-raised by keeper Darrelyn Rainey who takes it home with her every day, and must feed it every four hours for at least the next three months.
WOMBATS
RTXNNPX
July 28, 2005
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat is being fed during feeding time at Sydney's Taronga...
Sydney, Australia
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat is being fed during feeding time at Sydney's Tarong.....
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat is being fed during feeding time at Sydney's Taronga Zoo July 28, 2005. The orphaned baby wombat is being hand-raised by keeper Darrelyn Rainey who takes it home with her every day, and must feed it every four hours for at least the next three months.
AUSTRALIA
RTR15LGU
July 28, 2005
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat is being fed during feeding time at Sydney's Taronga...
Sydney, Australia
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat is being fed at Sydney's Taronga Zoo.
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat is being fed during feeding time at Sydney's Taronga Zoo July 28, 2005. The orphaned baby wombat is being hand-raised by keeper Darrelyn Rainey who takes it home with her every day, and must feed it every four hours for at least the next three months. REUTERS/David Gray DG/PN
AUSTRALIA
RTRIY93
July 28, 2005
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sits in a makeshift pouch during feeding time at Sydney's...
Sydney, Australia
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sits in a makeshift pouch during feeding time at ......
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sits in a makeshift pouch during feeding time at Sydney's Taronga Zoo. A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sits in a makeshift pouch during feeding time at Sydney's Taronga Zoo, July 28, 2005. The orphaned baby wombat is being hand-raised by keeper Darrelyn Rainey who takes it home with her every day, and must feed it every four hours for at least the next three months. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA
RTRIWK1
July 28, 2005
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sleeps in a makeshift pouch after feeding time at Sydney's...
Sydney, Australia
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sleeps in a makeshift pouch after feeding time ...
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sleeps in a makeshift pouch after feeding time at Sydney's Taronga Zoo. A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sleeps in a makeshift pouch after feeding time at Sydney's Taronga Zoo July 28, 2005. The orphaned baby wombat is being hand-raised by keeper Darrelyn Rainey who takes it home with her every day, and must feed it every four hours for at least the next three months. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA
RTRIWJI
July 28, 2005
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat is being fed during feeding time at Sydney's Taronga...
Sydney, Australia
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat is being fed at Sydney's Taronga Zoo.
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat is being fed during feeding time at Sydney's Taronga Zoo July 28, 2005. The orphaned baby wombat is being hand-raised by keeper Darrelyn Rainey who takes it home with her every day, and must feed it every four hours for at least the next three months. REUTERS/David Gray DG/PN
AUSTRALIA
RTRIWIZ
July 28, 2005
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sleeps in a makeshift pouch after feeding time at Sydney's...
Sydney, Australia
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sleeps in a makeshift pouch after feeding time ...
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sleeps in a makeshift pouch after feeding time at Sydney's Taronga Zoo. A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sleeps in a makeshift pouch after feeding time at Sydney's Taronga Zoo, July 28, 2005. The orphaned baby wombat is being hand-raised by keeper Darrelyn Rainey who takes it home with her every day, and must feed it every four hours for at least the next three months. REUTERS/David Gray Pictures of the Month July 2005
AUSTRALIA
RTRK571
March 17, 2003
The Crown Prince of Brunei, Al-Muhtadee Billah (L), looks at a native
Australian wombat called 'Digby"...
Sydney, Australia
THE CROWN PRINCE OF BRUNEI VISITS TARONGA ZOO IN SYDNEY.
The Crown Prince of Brunei, Al-Muhtadee Billah (L), looks at a native
Australian wombat called 'Digby" during a visit to Sydney's Taronga Zoo,
March 17, 2003. The prince is on an official visit to Australia and will
meet with Australian Prime Minister John Howard. PP03030024
REUTERS/James D Morgan

JDM/DL
AUSTRALIA
RTRFHKT
December 17, 2002
Japanese Crown Princess Masako (R) and Crown Prince Naruhito hold
wombats during their visit to Taronga...
Sydney, Australia
JAPANESE CROWN PRINCESS MASAKO AND PRINCE NARUHITO HOLD WOMBATS IN
SYDNEY.
Japanese Crown Princess Masako (R) and Crown Prince Naruhito hold
wombats during their visit to Taronga zoo in Sydney December 17, 2002.
The royal couple are on a three day visit to Australia. REUTERS/Dan
Peled/Pool

DP/JD
AUSTRALIA
RTRFHKL
December 17, 2002
Japanese Crown Princess Masako (R) hands over a wombat to Crown Prince
Naruhito during their visit to...
Sydney, Australia
JAPANESE CROWN PRINCESS MASAKO HANDS A WOMBAT TO PRINCE NARUHITO IN
SYDNEY.
Japanese Crown Princess Masako (R) hands over a wombat to Crown Prince
Naruhito during their visit to Taronga zoo in Sydney December 17, 2002.
The royal couple are on a three day visit to Australia. REUTERS/Dan
Peled/Pool

DP/JD
BRITAIN
RTRBUPZ
December 10, 2000
30, 2000.

PS/WS
Tortel, Chile
A DRAWING OF A WOMBAT BY PRINCE WILLIAM DURING RALEIGH INTERNATIONAL EXPEDITION IN CHILE.
30, 2000.

PS/WS
AUSTRALIA
RTXJ1QO
June 18, 1999
A police officer covers his nose as he stands downwind from the carcass of a wombat outside Melbourne's...
Melbourne, Australia
A police officer covers his nose as he stands downwind from the carcass of a wombat outside Melbourn.....
A police officer covers his nose as he stands downwind from the carcass of a wombat outside Melbourne's Stock Exchange Center June 18. Dead wombats were placed on the steps of the financial centre by an anti-woodchipping group pegging their protest to the G8 Summit being held in Germany. The public anti-woodchipping lobby say demands for woodchips by a Japanese company is ruining forests and killing native animals. ??»
MARKET PROTEST AUSTRALIA
RTRQ3VY
June 18, 1999
A police officer covers his nose as he stands downwind from the carcass of a wombat outside Melbourne's...
Melbourne, Australia
POLICEMAN AND DEAD WOMBAT AT ANARCHIST PROTEST IN MELBOURNE.
A police officer covers his nose as he stands downwind from the carcass of a wombat outside Melbourne's Stock Exchange Center June 18. Dead wombats were placed on the steps of the financial centre by an anti-woodchipping group pegging their protest to the G8 Summit being held in Germany. The public anti-woodchipping lobby say demands for woodchips by a Japanese company is ruining forests and killing native animals.

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MARKET PROTEST AUSTRALIA
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June 18, 1999
A police officer gives directions to a passerby (L) as a man (R) looks out from inside the Stock Exchange...
Melbourne, Australia
POLICEMAN GIVES DIRECTIONS DURING AN ANARCHIST DEMONSTRATION IN MELBOURNE.
A police officer gives directions to a passerby (L) as a man (R) looks out from inside the Stock Exchange Center in Melbourne June 18. At the feet of the constable lies the carcass of a wombat, a victim of roadkill and burnt logs dumped outside the financial centre by activists protesting against woodchipping and pegging their demonstartion to the G8 Summit by world leaders in Cologne. The public anti-woodchipping lobby say demands for woodchips by a Japanese company is ruining forests and killing animals.

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WOMBATS
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January 13, 1999
A five-month-old baby Australian Wombat is held by Sydney Taronga Zoo keeper Annabelle Sehlmeier before...
Sydney, Australia
A five-month-old baby Australian Wombat is held by Sydney Taronga Zoo keeper Annabelle Sehlmeier bef.....
A five-month-old baby Australian Wombat is held by Sydney Taronga Zoo keeper Annabelle Sehlmeier before being put on public display for the first time January 13. The young-furless wombat was found by a Veterinarian conducting research on the Australian mammals inside it's dead mother's pouch on the side of a New South Wales road.
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WOMBATS
RTXIOLI
January 13, 1999
A five-month-old baby Australian Wombat is held by Sydney Taronga Zoo keeper Annabelle Sehlmeier before...
Sydney, Australia
A five-month-old baby Australian Wombat is held by Sydney Taronga Zoo keeper Annabelle Sehlmeier bef.....
A five-month-old baby Australian Wombat is held by Sydney Taronga Zoo keeper Annabelle Sehlmeier before being put on public display for the first time January 13. The young-furless wombat was found by a Veterinarian conducting research on the Australian mammals inside it's dead mother's pouch on the side of a New South Wales road.
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AUSTRALIA
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January 13, 1999
A five-month-old baby Australian Wombat is held by Sydney Taronga Zoo keeper Annabelle Sehlmeier before...
Sydney, Australia
A BABY WOMBAT IS HELD BY A KEEPER AT SYDNEY'S TARONGA ZOO.
A five-month-old baby Australian Wombat is held by Sydney Taronga Zoo keeper Annabelle Sehlmeier before being put on public display for the first time January 13. The young-furless wombat was found by a Veterinarian conducting research on the Australian mammals inside it's dead mother's pouch on the side of a New South Wales road.

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AUSTRALIA
RTRKYME
January 13, 1999
A five-month-old baby Australian Wombat is held by Sydney Taronga Zoo keeper Annabelle Sehlmeier before...
Sydney, Australia
A BABY WOMBAT IS HELD BY A KEEPER AT SYDNEY'S TARONGA ZOO.
A five-month-old baby Australian Wombat is held by Sydney Taronga Zoo keeper Annabelle Sehlmeier before being put on public display for the first time January 13. The young-furless wombat was found by a Veterinarian conducting research on the Australian mammals inside it's dead mother's pouch on the side of a New South Wales road.

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