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Images Dated 18th July 2004

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BOLIVIAN WOMEN AYMARAS WALK ON HIGHWAY BY ILLAMPU MOUNTAIN RANGE Featured 18 Jul 2004 Print

BOLIVIAN WOMEN AYMARAS WALK ON HIGHWAY BY ILLAMPU MOUNTAIN RANGE

Bolivian women indigenous Aymara people walk on the highway near the Illampu mountain range in Achacachi, province of Omasuyos, 87 kms North of La Paz, July 18, 2004. Bolivians voted on Sunday in a national referendum that was to decide the future of the impoverish Andean country's vast natural gas reserves. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Eliana Aponte EA/HB - RP5DRIEGNOAA

Chimpanzee - female protecting her young from a male Featured 18 Jul 2004 Print

Chimpanzee - female protecting her young from a male

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Chimpanzee - female protecting her young from a male
Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage - Zambia - Africa
Pan troglodytes
Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage is recognised as the worlds largest dedicated sanctuary for orphaned chimps. As chimpanzees are not indigenous to Zambia it is not possible to free-release them locally, therefore 2, 000 acres of forest land has been designated to the chimps.
M. Watson
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© ? M.Watson/ardea.com

Chimpanzee - adult, with mouth open in tree with baby Featured 18 Jul 2004 Print

Chimpanzee - adult, with mouth open in tree with baby

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Chimpanzee - adult, with mouth open in tree with baby.
Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage - Zambia - Africa
Pan troglodytes
Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage is recognised as the worlds largest dedicated sanctuary for orphaned chimps. As chimpanzees are not indigenous to Zambia it is not possible to free-release them locally, therefore 2, 000 acres of forest land has been designated to the chimps.
M. Watson
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© ? M.Watson/ardea.com