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Amazon River Dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) rescued from drying irrigation ditch off the Orinoco River, Lago De Prata, Brazil  -  Flip Nicklin
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00088725 Amazon River Dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) rescued from drying irrigation ditch off the Orinoco River, Lago De Prata, Brazil© Flip Nicklin
Amazon River Dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) rescued from drying irrigation ditch off the Orinoco River, Lago De Prata, Brazil
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00087787 Amazon River Dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) rescued from drying irrigation ditch off the Orinoco River, Lago De Prata, Brazil© Flip Nicklin
Amazon River Dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) rescued from drying irrigation ditch off the Orinoco River, Lago De Prata, Brazil  -  Flip Nicklin
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00088745 Amazon River Dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) rescued from drying irrigation ditch off the Orinoco River, Lago De Prata, Brazil© Flip Nicklin
Amazon River Dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) rescued from drying irrigation ditch off the Orinoco River, Lago De Prata, Brazil  -  Flip Nicklin
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00087815 Amazon River Dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) rescued from drying irrigation ditch off the Orinoco River, Lago De Prata, Brazil© Flip Nicklin
Amazon River Dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) male and female rescued from a drying irrigation ditch off of the Orinoco River and moved to the man-made Silver Lake in the town of Lagoa da Prata, Brazil  -  Flip Nicklin
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00087788 Amazon River Dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) male and female rescued from a drying irrigation ditch off of the Orinoco River and moved to the man-made Silver Lake in the town of Lagoa da Prata, Brazil© Flip Nicklin
Female parent Burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia) cooling in an irrigation ditch, Marana, Arizona, USA.
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90873837 Female parent Burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia) cooling in an irrigation ditch, Marana, Arizona, USA.©
Burrowing owls (Athene cunicularia), one with head turned 180 degrees, in their burrow under a concrete irrigation ditch, Marana, Arizona, USA. November.
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90860688 Burrowing owls (Athene cunicularia), one with head turned 180 degrees, in their burrow under a concrete irrigation ditch, Marana, Arizona, USA. November.©
Irrigation ditch near Echuca, Victoria, these were installed during a drought which lasted from 1996-2011. Australia. February 2010.
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90780966 Irrigation ditch near Echuca, Victoria, these were installed during a drought which lasted from 1996-2011. Australia. February 2010.© Ashley Cooper
Irrigation ditch near Echuca, Victoria, Australia during drought which lasted from 1996-2011. Farming suffered greatly and would be impossible to grow crops or rear animals without irrigation water wh...
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90780945 Irrigation ditch near Echuca, Victoria, Australia during drought which lasted from 1996-2011. Farming suffered greatly and would be impossible to grow crops or rear animals without irrigation water wh...© Ashley Cooper
Japanese Medaka (Oryzias latipes) school swimming in an irrigation ditch, Nagasaki, Japan  -  Shinji Kusano/ Nature Production
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00444662 Japanese Medaka (Oryzias latipes) school swimming in an irrigation ditch, Nagasaki, Japan© Shinji Kusano/ Nature Production
Greater Sandhill Cranes (Grus canadensis tabida) foraging in a steamy irrigation ditch Bosque del Apache, New Mexico, USA, February  -  Charlie Summers/ npl
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90272447 Greater Sandhill Cranes (Grus canadensis tabida) foraging in a steamy irrigation ditch Bosque del Apache, New Mexico, USA, February© Charlie Summers / NPL
Flood irrigation canal feeding to Pecan (Carya illinoinensis) orchards, Hatch, Rio Grande Valley, Dona Ana County, New Mexico, U.S.A., February  -  Chris & Tilde Stuart/ FLPA
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80177378 Flood irrigation canal feeding to Pecan (Carya illinoinensis) orchards, Hatch, Rio Grande Valley, Dona Ana County, New Mexico, U.S.A., February© Chris & Tilde Stuart / FLPA
Onion (Allium sp) crop, newly planted field on irrigation system, Hatch, Rio Grande Valley, Dona Ana County, New Mexico, USA., February  -  Chris & Tilde Stuart/ FLPA
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80177368 Onion (Allium sp) crop, newly planted field on irrigation system, Hatch, Rio Grande Valley, Dona Ana County, New Mexico, USA., February© Chris & Tilde Stuart / FLPA
Ditches dug in hillside field, to help collect rainfall and prevent rapid soil erosion, Rwanda  -  Wayne Hutchinson/ FLPA
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80100355 Ditches dug in hillside field, to help collect rainfall and prevent rapid soil erosion, Rwanda© Wayne Hutchinson / FLPA
Lady farmer and advisor discussing irrigation ditches in banana grove, to help collect rainfall and prevent rapid soil erosion, Rwanda  -  Wayne Hutchinson/ FLPA
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80100354 Lady farmer and advisor discussing irrigation ditches in banana grove, to help collect rainfall and prevent rapid soil erosion, Rwanda© Wayne Hutchinson / FLPA
Nursery growing fodder trees, which add nitrogen to soil, making it more fertile, Rwanda  -  Wayne Hutchinson/ FLPA
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80100349 Nursery growing fodder trees, which add nitrogen to soil, making it more fertile, Rwanda© Wayne Hutchinson / FLPA
Farmer digging ditch on hillside, to help collect rainfall and prevent rapid soil erosion, Rwanda  -  Wayne Hutchinson/ FLPA
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80100342 Farmer digging ditch on hillside, to help collect rainfall and prevent rapid soil erosion, Rwanda© Wayne Hutchinson / FLPA
Rice (Oryza sativa) crop, view of paddyfields and irrigation ditch, Rwanda  -  Wayne Hutchinson/ FLPA
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80100276 Rice (Oryza sativa) crop, view of paddyfields and irrigation ditch, Rwanda© Wayne Hutchinson / FLPA
Recently cleared drainage ditch, to allow cultivation of previously wet field for cereal crop, Tincleton, Dorset, England, april  -  FLPA/ FLPA
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80068271 Recently cleared drainage ditch, to allow cultivation of previously wet field for cereal crop, Tincleton, Dorset, England, april© FLPA / FLPA
Crop irrigation, workers digging irrigation channel, poplar trees protecting land against erosion, China  -  Mary Cherry/ FLPA
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80043898 Crop irrigation, workers digging irrigation channel, poplar trees protecting land against erosion, China© Mary Cherry / FLPA
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