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DISPLACED PENGUINS ARE RETURNED TO SEA NEAR CAPE TOWN Featured Africa Print

DISPLACED PENGUINS ARE RETURNED TO SEA NEAR CAPE TOWN

Formerly oiled penguins taste freedom as they are returned to the sea near
Cape Town, July 28 2000. The birds were among thousands of penguins rescued
in a mass evacuation after an ore carrier sank recently close to their
breeding grounds on islands north west of Cape Town. Conservation groups and
volunteers have been feeding and cleaning the birds in a converted warehouse
in the city. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/MIKE HUTCHINGS MH/WS

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Camels are seen before being exported to Middle East countries, at the loading zone Featured Africa Print

Camels are seen before being exported to Middle East countries, at the loading zone

Camels are seen before being exported to Middle East countries, at the loading zone at the sea port in Somalia's capital Mogadishu August 3, 2013. The dock workers at Mogadishu's port have to carry cargo on their backs to clear berths for the ships waiting out at sea. The dilapidated facility has no functioning cranes and the vessels must use their own gear to unload once they make it in. Yet the port is one of the Somali government's main sources of revenue, despite minimal investment over the years. Picture taken August 3. To match Feature SOMALIA-PORT/ REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT MARITIME ANIMALS) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE ALSO SEE: GM1EA361RDC01 - GM1E9AA1SSI01

To match feature story ENVIRONMENT-CITES-LIONS Featured Africa Print

To match feature story ENVIRONMENT-CITES-LIONS

A lion is seen passing in front of a zebra in Kenya's national park Masai Mara in this March 2004 file photo. Even the King of the Jungle needs a hand staying alive on his own turf. That is what the government of Kenya thinks as far as the majestic African lion, a symbol of the continent and one of its most feared predators, is concerned. The Kenya Wildlife Service is pushing the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), to give the African lion, panthera leo, its most protected status. Current conservative estimates place the African lion population at 23,000, Kenya wrote in its proposal. Picture taken on March 2004. FEATURE-MATCHER REUTERS/Radu Sigheti NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE RSS/THI - RP5DRHYCORAA