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IRELAND-ANIMALS/
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June 22, 2021
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) comb through the grass and undergrowth during their...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) 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/
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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 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/
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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 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/
RTXDLZTZ
June 22, 2021
Zoology student Hannah Condon lets a days old fallow deer fawn run off after the team at University College...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology student Hannah Condon lets a days old fallow deer fawn run off after the team at University College Dublin (UCD) tagged it as part of their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns during their 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/
RTXDLZTX
June 22, 2021
A fallow deer fawn that is only days old looks through the long grass after Zoology students at University...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
A fallow deer fawn that is only days old looks through the long grass after Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) tagged it as part of their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns during their 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/
RTXDLZSL
June 22, 2021
Zoology student Ellen O'Hagan from University College Dublin (UCD) combs through the grass and undergrowth...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology student Ellen O'Hagan from University College Dublin (UCD) combs 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/
RTXDLZSM
June 22, 2021
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) comb through the grass and undergrowth during their...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) 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/
RTXDLZSO
June 22, 2021
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) comb through the grass and undergrowth during their...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) 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/
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/
RTXDLZQ5
June 22, 2021
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) comb through the grass and undergrowth during their...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) 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/
RTXDLZQ4
June 22, 2021
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) hold their butterfly nets during their fawn tagging...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) hold their butterfly nets 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/
RTXDLZNW
June 22, 2021
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) comb through the grass and undergrowth during their...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) 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/
RTXDLZNV
June 22, 2021
Zoology student Hannah Condon uses a disinfectant wipe on a days old fallow deer fawn's ear after taking...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology student Hannah Condon uses a disinfectant wipe on a days old fallow deer fawn's ear after taking a DNA sample from it with the team at University College Dublin (UCD) as part of their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns during their 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/
RTXDLZNP
June 22, 2021
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) comb through the grass and undergrowth during their...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) 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/
RTXDLZNO
June 22, 2021
Zoology student Hannah Condon holds her fawn catching butterfly net as she follows the team at University...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology student Hannah Condon holds her fawn catching butterfly net as she follows the team at University College Dublin (UCD) during their fawn tagging programme where they catch, weigh, sample DNA, measure and tag fawns as part of their 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/
RTXDLZLC
June 22, 2021
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) catch a fawn in their butterfly nets in the grass...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) catch a fawn in their butterfly nets in 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/
RTXDLZLF
June 22, 2021
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) take a blood sample from a days old fawn during their...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) take a blood sample from a days old fawn 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/
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/
RTXDLZL6
June 22, 2021
A tagged days old fawn returns to hide in the undergrowth and long grass after it was released during...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
A tagged days old fawn returns to hide in the undergrowth and long grass after it was released during the University College Dublin (UCD) Zoology 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/
RTXDLZL5
June 22, 2021
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) document their findings during their fawn tagging...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) document their findings 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/
RTXDLZIU
June 22, 2021
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) document their findings during their fawn tagging...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) document their findings 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/
RTXDLZIR
June 22, 2021
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) restrain a fawn during their fawn tagging programme...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) restrain a fawn 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/
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/
RTXDLZIF
June 22, 2021
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) take a blood sample from a days old fawn during their...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) take a blood sample from a days old fawn 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/
RTXDLZES
June 22, 2021
Remains of a predated dead fawn are seen as Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) comb...
Dublin, Ireland
Newborn fallow deer fawn tagging underway at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland
Remains of a predated dead fawn are seen as Zoology students at University College Dublin (UCD) comb through the long 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/
RTXDLZ9Z
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
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/KAZAKHSTAN-WILDLIFE
RTS38VPU
May 25, 2020
A specialist of the Institute of Zoology takes pictures in Ile-Alatau National Park in the mountains...
Almaty Region, Kazakhstan
A specialist of the Institute of Zoology takes pictures in Ile-Alatau National Park near Almaty
A specialist of the Institute of Zoology takes pictures in Ile-Alatau National Park in the mountains near Almaty, Kazakhstan, May 22, 2020. Picture taken May 22, 2020. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/KAZAKHSTAN-WILDLIFE
RTS38VPO
May 25, 2020
Specialists of the Institute of Zoology set up a camera trap in Ile-Alatau National Park in the mountains...
Almaty Region, Kazakhstan
Specialists of the Institute of Zoology set up a camera trap in Ile-Alatau National Park near Almaty
Specialists of the Institute of Zoology set up a camera trap in Ile-Alatau National Park in the mountains near Almaty, Kazakhstan, May 22, 2020. Picture taken May 22, 2020. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
KENYA-RHINOS/
RTS31NM9
February 11, 2020
Test tubes containing samples of black rhinos' excrements are seen at the Zoology lab of the Maseno University,...
MASENO, Kenya
Test tubes containing samples of black rhinos' excrements are seen at the Zoology lab of the Maseno University...
Test tubes containing samples of black rhinos' excrements are seen at the Zoology lab of the Maseno University, in Maseno, western Kenya, January 30, 2020. Picture taken January 30, 2020. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
KENYA-RHINOS/
RTS31NM8
February 11, 2020
PhD student Collins Kipkorir Kebeni points to data comparing human and rhino antibiotics resistance on...
MASENO, Kenya
PhD student Collins Kipkorir Kebeni points to data comparing human and rhino antibiotics resistance on...
PhD student Collins Kipkorir Kebeni points to data comparing human and rhino antibiotics resistance on a computer at the Zoology lab of the Maseno University, in Maseno, western Kenya, January 30, 2020. Picture taken January 30, 2020. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
KENYA-RHINOS/
RTS31NM7
February 11, 2020
PhD student Collins Kipkorir Kebeni holds a petri dish containing samples of black rhinos' excrements...
MASENO, Kenya
PhD student Collins Kipkorir Kebeni holds a petri dish containing samples of black rhinos' excrements...
PhD student Collins Kipkorir Kebeni holds a petri dish containing samples of black rhinos' excrements at the Zoology lab of the Maseno University, in Maseno, western Kenya, January 30, 2020. Picture taken January 30, 2020. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
KENYA-RHINOS/
RTS31NM5
February 11, 2020
Professor Patrick Onyango, Professor David Mimka Onyango, Dr. Paul O. Angienda, Professor David Mimka...
MASENO, Kenya
Professor Patrick Onyango, Professor David Mimka Onyango, Dr. Paul O. Angienda, Professor David Mimka...
Professor Patrick Onyango, Professor David Mimka Onyango, Dr. Paul O. Angienda, Professor David Mimka Onyango and PhD student Collins Kipkorir Kebeni look at a computer at the Zoology lab of the Maseno University, in Maseno, western Kenya, January 30, 2020. Picture taken January 30, 2020. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
KENYA-RHINOS/
RTS31NM3
February 11, 2020
PhD student Collins Kipkorir Kebeni is seen at the Zoology lab of the Maseno University, in Maseno, western...
MASENO, Kenya
PhD student Collins Kipkorir Kebeni is seen at the Zoology lab of the Maseno University, in Maseno
PhD student Collins Kipkorir Kebeni is seen at the Zoology lab of the Maseno University, in Maseno, western Kenya, January 30, 2020. Picture taken January 30, 2020. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
KENYA-RHINOS/
RTS31NM1
February 11, 2020
PhD student Collins Kipkorir Kebeni holds a test tube containing samples of black rhinos' excrements...
MASENO, Kenya
PhD student Collins Kipkorir Kebeni holds a test tube containing samples of black rhinos' excrements...
PhD student Collins Kipkorir Kebeni holds a test tube containing samples of black rhinos' excrements are seen at the Zoology lab of the Maseno University, in Maseno, western Kenya, January 30, 2020. Picture taken January 30, 2020. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
KENYA-ELEPHANT/
RTS3116U
February 06, 2020
Kenyan researchers perform taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, one of Africa's last remaining giant...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan researchers perform taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, elephant at the National Museums of Kenya...
Kenyan researchers perform taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, one of Africa's last remaining giant "tusker" elephant that died in Kenya aged 50 in Amboseli National Park, at the osteology section in the zoology department at the National Museums of Kenya (NMK) in Nairobi, Kenya February 6, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ELEPHANT/
RTS3116N
February 06, 2020
Kenyan researchers perform taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, one of Africa's last remaining giant...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan researchers perform taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, elephant at the at the National Museums...
Kenyan researchers perform taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, one of Africa's last remaining giant "tusker" elephant that died in Kenya aged 50 in Amboseli National Park, at the osteology section in the zoology department at the National Museums of Kenya (NMK) in Nairobi, Kenya February 6, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ELEPHANT/
RTS3116L
February 06, 2020
Houseflies are seen on the carcass of Big Tim, one of Africa's last remaining giant "tusker" elephant...
Nairobi, Kenya
Houseflies are seen on the carcass of Big Tim, elephant that died during his taxidermy at the National...
Houseflies are seen on the carcass of Big Tim, one of Africa's last remaining giant "tusker" elephant that died in Kenya aged 50 in Amboseli National Park, during his taxidermy at the osteology section in the zoology department at the National Museums of Kenya (NMK) in Nairobi, Kenya February 6, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ELEPHANT/
RTS3116I
February 06, 2020
Kenyan researchers perform taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, one of Africa's last remaining giant...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan researchers perform taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, elephant at the National Museums of Kenya...
Kenyan researchers perform taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, one of Africa's last remaining giant "tusker" elephant that died in Kenya aged 50 in Amboseli National Park, at the osteology section in the zoology department at the National Museums of Kenya (NMK) in Nairobi, Kenya February 6, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ELEPHANT/
RTS3116H
February 06, 2020
A Kenyan researcher performs taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, one of Africa's last remaining giant...
Nairobi, Kenya
A Kenyan researcher performs taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, elephant at the National Museums of...
A Kenyan researcher performs taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, one of Africa's last remaining giant "tusker" elephant that died in Kenya aged 50 in Amboseli National Park, at the osteology section in the zoology department at the National Museums of Kenya (NMK) in Nairobi, Kenya February 6, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ELEPHANT/
RTS3116D
February 06, 2020
Kenyan researchers perform taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, one of Africa's last remaining giant...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan researchers perform taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, elephant at the osteology section in...
Kenyan researchers perform taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, one of Africa's last remaining giant "tusker" elephant that died in Kenya aged 50 in Amboseli National Park, at the osteology section in the zoology department at the National Museums of Kenya (NMK) in Nairobi, Kenya February 6, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ELEPHANT/
RTS31168
February 06, 2020
Kenyan researchers perform taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, one of Africa's last remaining giant...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan researchers perform taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, elephant at the osteology section in...
Kenyan researchers perform taxidermy on the carcass of Big Tim, one of Africa's last remaining giant "tusker" elephant that died in Kenya aged 50 in Amboseli National Park, at the osteology section in the zoology department at the National Museums of Kenya (NMK) in Nairobi, Kenya February 6, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
OLYMPICS-2020/CAPYBARA
RTS30Q6W
February 04, 2020
Capybaras sit inside a hot tub full of apples at Izu Shaboten Zoo in Ito, Japan February 1, 2020. Picture...
Ito, Japan
Capybaras sit inside a hot tub full of apples at Izu Shaboten Zoo in Ito
Capybaras sit inside a hot tub full of apples at Izu Shaboten Zoo in Ito, Japan February 1, 2020. Picture taken February 1, 2020. REUTERS/Sakura Murakami
GERMANY-PANDAS/
RTS2ZYTT
January 29, 2020
Panda twin cubs Paule (Meng Yuan) and Pit (Meng Xiang) and mother panda Meng Meng are seen during their...
Berlin, Germany
Panda twin cubs Paule (Meng Yuan) and Pit (Meng Xiang) and mother panda Meng Meng are seen during their...
Panda twin cubs Paule (Meng Yuan) and Pit (Meng Xiang) and mother panda Meng Meng are seen during their first appearance in their enclosure at the Berlin Zoo in Berlin, Germany January 29, 2020. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch REFILE - CORRECTING YEAR
YEMEN-SECURITY/ZOO
RTS2ZUXX
January 28, 2020
A bearded vulture is pictured at the Sanaa Zoo, Yemen January 20, 2020. Picture taken January 20, 2020....
Sanaa, Yemen
Bearded vulture is pictured at the Sanaa Zoo
A bearded vulture is pictured at the Sanaa Zoo, Yemen January 20, 2020. Picture taken January 20, 2020. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/CHIMPANZEE
RTS2YT6N
January 17, 2020
A newborn chimpanzee baby holds its mother's toe with the mouth at the Sao Paulo Zoo, in Sao Paulo, Brazil,...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A newborn chimpanzee baby holds its mother's toe with the mouth at the Sao Paulo Zoo, in Sao Paulo
A newborn chimpanzee baby holds its mother's toe with the mouth at the Sao Paulo Zoo, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, January 17, 2020. REUTERS/Rahel Patrasso TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/CHIMPANZEE
RTS2YT6M
January 17, 2020
The chimpanzee "Tina" holds its newborn baby at Sao Paulo Zoo in Sao Paulo, Brazil, January, 17, 2020....
Sao Paulo, Brazil
The chimpanzee "Tina" holds her newborn baby at Sao Paulo Zoo in Sao Paulo
The chimpanzee "Tina" holds its newborn baby at Sao Paulo Zoo in Sao Paulo, Brazil, January, 17, 2020. REUTERS/Rahel Patrasso
MEXICO-ANIMALS/GIRAFFE
RTS2XWOE
January 10, 2020
A baby giraffe is pictured at its enclosure at the Chapultepec zoo in Mexico City, Mexico January 10,...
Mexico City, Mexico
Baby giraffe is pictured at its enclosure at the Chapultepec zoo in Mexico City
A baby giraffe is pictured at its enclosure at the Chapultepec zoo in Mexico City, Mexico January 10, 2020. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
MEXICO-ANIMALS/GIRAFFE
RTS2XWNT
January 10, 2020
A baby giraffe is pictured at its enclosure at the Chapultepec zoo in Mexico City, Mexico January 10,...
Mexico City, Mexico
Baby giraffe is pictured at its enclosure at the Chapultepec zoo in Mexico City
A baby giraffe is pictured at its enclosure at the Chapultepec zoo in Mexico City, Mexico January 10, 2020. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
MEXICO-ANIMALS/GIRAFFE
RTS2XWNO
January 10, 2020
A baby giraffe is pictured next to his mother at their enclosure at the Chapultepec zoo in Mexico City,...
Mexico City, Mexico
Baby giraffe is pictured next to his mother at their enclosure at the Chapultepec zoo in Mexico City
A baby giraffe is pictured next to his mother at their enclosure at the Chapultepec zoo in Mexico City, Mexico January 10, 2020. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
MEXICO-ANIMALS/GIRAFFE
RTS2XWNN
January 10, 2020
A baby giraffe is pictured at its enclosure at the Chapultepec zoo in Mexico City, Mexico January 10,...
Mexico City, Mexico
Baby giraffe is pictured at its enclosure at the Chapultepec zoo in Mexico City
A baby giraffe is pictured at its enclosure at the Chapultepec zoo in Mexico City, Mexico January 10, 2020. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
MEXICO-ANIMALS/GIRAFFE
RTS2XWN6
January 10, 2020
A baby giraffe is pictured at its enclosure at the Chapultepec zoo in Mexico City, Mexico January 10,...
Mexico City, Mexico
Baby giraffe is pictured at its enclosure at the Chapultepec zoo in Mexico City
A baby giraffe is pictured at its enclosure at the Chapultepec zoo in Mexico City, Mexico January 10, 2020. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
NICARAGUA-ANIMALS/
RTS2QCKB
September 13, 2019
Fatima, a two-year-old hippopotamus rescued from a circus, swims at the zoo in Managua, Nicaragua September...
Managua, Nicaragua
Fatima, a two-year-old hippopotamus rescued from a circus, swims at the zoo in Managua
Fatima, a two-year-old hippopotamus rescued from a circus, swims at the zoo in Managua, Nicaragua September 12, 2019. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
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