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Sea Lamprey, a Portuguese Delicacy - 05 Mar 2008
Sea Lamprey, a Portuguese Delicacy - 05 Mar 2008
FOOD-PORTUGAL/LAMPREY
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March 05, 2008
Fisherman holds a sea lamprey caught in Mondego river, central Portugal, March 2, 2008. They're slimy,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Fisherman holds a sea lamprey caught in Mondego river
Fisherman holds a sea lamprey caught in Mondego river, central Portugal, March 2, 2008. They're slimy, pre-historic and considered a pest in North America. Meet sea lampreys, a creature that has Portuguese gourmets salivating this time of year. These freaks of nature that are neither fish, worm nor eel have survived for 360 million years, have long snake-like bodies and a sucker mouth adorned with sharp teeth worthy of any Hollywood sci-fi movie. Picture taken March 2, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
FOOD-PORTUGAL/LAMPREY
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March 05, 2008
A close up of a sea lamprey attached to the window of a fridge in a Lisbon restaurant March 2, 2008....
Lisbon, Portugal
A close up of a sea lamprey attached to the window of a fridge in a Lisbon restaurant
A close up of a sea lamprey attached to the window of a fridge in a Lisbon restaurant March 2, 2008. They're slimy, pre-historic and considered a pest in North America. Meet sea lampreys, a creature that has Portuguese gourmets salivating this time of year. These freaks of nature that are neither fish, worm nor eel have survived for 360 million years, have long snake-like bodies and a sucker mouth adorned with sharp teeth worthy of any Hollywood sci-fi movie. Picture taken March 2, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
FOOD-PORTUGAL/LAMPREY
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March 05, 2008
A waitress carries a pot of lamprey stew at the Montemor-o-Velho Food Festival in central Portugal March...
Lisbon, Portugal
A waitress carries a pot of lamprey stew at the Montemor-o-Velho Food Festival in central Portugal
A waitress carries a pot of lamprey stew at the Montemor-o-Velho Food Festival in central Portugal March 2, 2008. They're slimy, pre-historic and considered a pest in North America. Meet sea lampreys, a creature that has Portuguese gourmets salivating this time of year. These freaks of nature that are neither fish, worm nor eel have survived for 360 million years, have long snake-like bodies and a sucker mouth adorned with sharp teeth worthy of any Hollywood sci-fi movie. Picture taken March 2, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
FOOD-PORTUGAL/LAMPREY
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March 05, 2008
A fisherman holds onto a pole while trying to find sea lampreys in Mondego river, central Portugal, March...
Lisbon, Portugal
A fisherman holds onto a pole while trying to find sea lampreys in Mondego river
A fisherman holds onto a pole while trying to find sea lampreys in Mondego river, central Portugal, March 2, 2008. They're slimy, pre-historic and considered a pest in North America. Meet sea lampreys, a creature that has Portuguese gourmets salivating this time of year. These freaks of nature that are neither fish, worm nor eel have survived for 360 million years, have long snake-like bodies and a sucker mouth adorned with sharp teeth worthy of any Hollywood sci-fi movie. Picture taken March 2, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
FOOD-PORTUGAL/LAMPREY
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March 05, 2008
Chefs prepares a sea lamprey dish at the Montemor-o-Velho Food Festival in central Portugal March 2,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Chefs prepares a sea lamprey dish at the Montemor-o-Velho Food Festival in central Portugal
Chefs prepares a sea lamprey dish at the Montemor-o-Velho Food Festival in central Portugal March 2, 2008. They're slimy, pre-historic and considered a pest in North America. Meet sea lampreys, a creature that has Portuguese gourmets salivating this time of year. These freaks of nature that are neither fish, worm nor eel have survived for 360 million years, have long snake-like bodies and a sucker mouth adorned with sharp teeth worthy of any Hollywood sci-fi movie. Picture taken March 2, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
FOOD-PORTUGAL/LAMPREY
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March 05, 2008
A fisherman collects his nets while trying to find sea lampreys in Mondego river, central Portugal, March...
Lisbon, Portugal
A fisherman collects his nets while trying to find sea lampreys in Mondego river
A fisherman collects his nets while trying to find sea lampreys in Mondego river, central Portugal, March 2, 2008. They're slimy, pre-historic and considered a pest in North America. Meet sea lampreys, a creature that has Portuguese gourmets salivating this time of year. These freaks of nature that are neither fish, worm nor eel have survived for 360 million years, have long snake-like bodies and a sucker mouth adorned with sharp teeth worthy of any Hollywood sci-fi movie. Picture taken March 2, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
FOOD-PORTUGAL/LAMPREY
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March 05, 2008
A fisherman prepares to go sea lamprey fishing in Mondego river, central Portugal, March 2, 2008. They're...
Lisbon, Portugal
A fisherman prepares to go sea lamprey fishing in Mondego river
A fisherman prepares to go sea lamprey fishing in Mondego river, central Portugal, March 2, 2008. They're slimy, pre-historic and considered a pest in North America. Meet sea lampreys, a creature that has Portuguese gourmets salivating this time of year. These freaks of nature that are neither fish, worm nor eel have survived for 360 million years, have long snake-like bodies and a sucker mouth adorned with sharp teeth worthy of any Hollywood sci-fi movie. Picture taken March 2, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
FOOD-PORTUGAL/LAMPREY
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March 05, 2008
A fisherman departs to fish for sea lamprey in Mondego river, central Portugal, March 2, 2008. They're...
Lisbon, Portugal
A fisherman departs to fish for sea lamprey in Mondego river
A fisherman departs to fish for sea lamprey in Mondego river, central Portugal, March 2, 2008. They're slimy, pre-historic and considered a pest in North America. Meet sea lampreys, a creature that has Portuguese gourmets salivating this time of year. These freaks of nature that are neither fish, worm nor eel have survived for 360 million years, have long snake-like bodies and a sucker mouth adorned with sharp teeth worthy of any Hollywood sci-fi movie. Picture taken March 2, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
FOOD-PORTUGAL/LAMPREY
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March 05, 2008
A fisherman collects his nets while trying to find sea lampreys in Mondego river, central Portugal, March...
Lisbon, Portugal
A fisherman collects his nets while trying to find sea lampreys in Mondego river
A fisherman collects his nets while trying to find sea lampreys in Mondego river, central Portugal, March 2, 2008. They're slimy, pre-historic and considered a pest in North America. Meet sea lampreys, a creature that has Portuguese gourmets salivating this time of year. These freaks of nature that are neither fish, worm nor eel have survived for 360 million years, have long snake-like bodies and a sucker mouth adorned with sharp teeth worthy of any Hollywood sci-fi movie. Picture taken March 2, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
FOOD-PORTUGAL/LAMPREY
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March 05, 2008
Fishermen search for sea lampreys in Mondego river, central Portugal, March 2, 2008. They're slimy, pre-historic...
Lisbon, Portugal
Fishermen search for sea lampreys in Mondego river
Fishermen search for sea lampreys in Mondego river, central Portugal, March 2, 2008. They're slimy, pre-historic and considered a pest in North America. Meet sea lampreys, a creature that has Portuguese gourmets salivating this time of year. These freaks of nature that are neither fish, worm nor eel have survived for 360 million years, have long snake-like bodies and a sucker mouth adorned with sharp teeth worthy of any Hollywood sci-fi movie. Picture taken March 2, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
FOOD-PORTUGAL/LAMPREY
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March 05, 2008
A fisherman collects his nets while trying to find sea lampreys in Mondego river, central Portugal, March...
Lisbon, Portugal
A fisherman collects his nets while trying to find sea lampreys in Mondego river
A fisherman collects his nets while trying to find sea lampreys in Mondego river, central Portugal, March 2, 2008. They're slimy, pre-historic and considered a pest in North America. Meet sea lampreys, a creature that has Portuguese gourmets salivating this time of year. These freaks of nature that are neither fish, worm nor eel have survived for 360 million years, have long snake-like bodies and a sucker mouth adorned with sharp teeth worthy of any Hollywood sci-fi movie. Picture taken March 2, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
FOOD-PORTUGAL/LAMPREY
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March 05, 2008
A sea lamprey sucks the window of a fridge in Lisbon's restaurant Lisbon March 2, 2008. They're slimy,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Sea lamprey sucks the window of a fridge in Lisbon's restaurant
A sea lamprey sucks the window of a fridge in Lisbon's restaurant Lisbon March 2, 2008. They're slimy, pre-historic and considered a pest in North America. Meet sea lampreys, a creature that has Portuguese gourmets salivating this time of year. These freaks of nature that are neither fish, worm nor eel have survived for 360 million years, have long snake-like bodies and a sucker mouth adorned with sharp teeth worthy of any Hollywood sci-fi movie. Picture taken March 2, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
FOOD-PORTUGAL/LAMPREY
RTR1XX45
March 05, 2008
A fisherman returns to land after sea lamprey fishing in Mondego river, central Portugal, March 2, 2008....
Lisbon, Portugal
A fisherman returns to land after sea lamprey fishing in Mondego river
A fisherman returns to land after sea lamprey fishing in Mondego river, central Portugal, March 2, 2008. They're slimy, pre-historic and considered a pest in North America. Meet sea lampreys, a creature that has Portuguese gourmets salivating this time of year. These freaks of nature that are neither fish, worm nor eel have survived for 360 million years, have long snake-like bodies and a sucker mouth adorned with sharp teeth worthy of any Hollywood sci-fi movie. Picture taken March 2, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
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