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A group of about 100 African penguins are released into the sea near Cape Town September 16, 2005 after recovering at the SANCCOB (South African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds) rehabilitation centre. About 400 of these endangered birds were treated by volunteers at the centre after being affected by an oil slick. Conservation officials suspect the oil spill may have been the result of vessels illegally flushing bilges off the South African coast. Pictures of the Year 2005 REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/JJ

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Two Maasai men walk outside Enkereri village near Masai Mara Game Reserve April 3, 2008.A rocky cliff overlooking the Reserve marks a new front line in a conflict between people and wildlife that threatens the revival of Kenya's $1 billion tourism industry. Riots and ethnic violence that exploded after a disputed December 27 vote scared away almost all the foreign holidaymakers. The disappearance of tourist dollars has disturbed the delicate balance between predators in the reserve and the Maasai tribesmen living next to it, by causing the breakdown of a compensation scheme meant to stop them hunting lions. Picture taken April 3, 2008. To match feature KENYA-WILDLIFE/ REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)

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A South China tiger known as "Tiger Woods", one of fewer than 100 South China tigers in existence, tries to make a kill at the David Tang Tiger Breeding Center at Philippolis outside Bloemfontein July 11, 2007. The tiger is one of four that were brought into the 33, 000-hectare (81, 540-acre) Laohu Valley Reserve in South Africa's Free State province since September 2003 to mix in a wild environment, breed and brush up on their hunting skills before being returned to their native habitat in China. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)