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Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) female, Huan Huan, holding baby age one month, Beauval Zoo, France.  September 2017.
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90770933 Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) female, Huan Huan, holding baby age one month, Beauval Zoo, France. September 2017.© Eric Baccega
Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) female, Huan Huan, holding baby age one month, Beauval Zoo, France.  September 2017.
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90770927 Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) female, Huan Huan, holding baby age one month, Beauval Zoo, France. September 2017.© Eric Baccega
Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) female, Huan Huan, holding baby age one month, Beauval Zoo, France.  September 2017.
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90770925 Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) female, Huan Huan, holding baby age one month, Beauval Zoo, France. September 2017.© Eric Baccega
Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) female, Huan Huan, holding baby age one month, Beauval Zoo, France.  September 2017.
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90770914 Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) female, Huan Huan, holding baby age one month, Beauval Zoo, France. September 2017.© Eric Baccega
Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) female, Huan Huan, holding baby age one month, Beauval Zoo, France.  September 2017.
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90770909 Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) female, Huan Huan, holding baby age one month, Beauval Zoo, France. September 2017.© Eric Baccega
Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) female, Huan Huan, holding baby age one month, Beauval Zoo, France.  September 2017.
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90770907 Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) female, Huan Huan, holding baby age one month, Beauval Zoo, France. September 2017.© Eric Baccega
Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) baby age one month, sleeping on blankets in incubator, Beauval Zoo, France. September 2017
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90770890 Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) baby age one month, sleeping on blankets in incubator, Beauval Zoo, France. September 2017© Eric Baccega
Rebecca Northey inspecting captive reared Water vole (Arvicola amphibius) selected for breeding programme to supply reintroduction project, Derek Gow Consultancy, near Lifton, Devon, UK, March 2014 Mo...  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673909 Rebecca Northey inspecting captive reared Water vole (Arvicola amphibius) selected for breeding programme to supply reintroduction project, Derek Gow Consultancy, near Lifton, Devon, UK, March 2014 Mo...© Nick Upton / NPL
Rebecca Northey inspecting captive reared Water vole (Arvicola amphibius) selected for breeding programme to supply reintroduction project, Derek Gow Consultancy, near Lifton, Devon, UK, March 2014 Mo...  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673907 Rebecca Northey inspecting captive reared Water vole (Arvicola amphibius) selected for breeding programme to supply reintroduction project, Derek Gow Consultancy, near Lifton, Devon, UK, March 2014 Mo...© Nick Upton / NPL
Rebecca Northey sexing male captive reared Water vole (Arvicola amphibius) during breeding programme to supply reintroduction project, Derek Gow Consultancy, near Lifton, Devon, UK, March 2014 Model r...  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673898 Rebecca Northey sexing male captive reared Water vole (Arvicola amphibius) during breeding programme to supply reintroduction project, Derek Gow Consultancy, near Lifton, Devon, UK, March 2014 Model r...© Nick Upton / NPL
Beth Wonnacott sexing captive reared Water vole (Arvicola amphibius) by blowing its fur to reveal its genitals, during breeding programme to supply reintroduction project, Derek Gow Consultancy, near...  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673897 Beth Wonnacott sexing captive reared Water vole (Arvicola amphibius) by blowing its fur to reveal its genitals, during breeding programme to supply reintroduction project, Derek Gow Consultancy, near...© Nick Upton / NPL
Rebecca Northey selecting Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) to pair up in breeding programme for reintroduction project Derek Gow Consultancy, near Lifton, Devon, UK, March 2014 Model released  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673896 Rebecca Northey selecting Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) to pair up in breeding programme for reintroduction project Derek Gow Consultancy, near Lifton, Devon, UK, March 2014 Model released© Nick Upton / NPL
Kathy Holder inspecting dark-haired Scottish race Water vole (Arvicola amphibius), part of breeding programme to for reintroduction project, Derek Gow Consultancy, near Lifton, Devon, UK, March 2014 M...  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673878 Kathy Holder inspecting dark-haired Scottish race Water vole (Arvicola amphibius), part of breeding programme to for reintroduction project, Derek Gow Consultancy, near Lifton, Devon, UK, March 2014 M...© Nick Upton / NPL
Baby Water vole (Arvicola amphibius) with its eyes still closed in nest within straw bale in breeding cage, part of breeding programme to supply reintroduction projects, Derek Gow Consultancy, near Li...  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673874 Baby Water vole (Arvicola amphibius) with its eyes still closed in nest within straw bale in breeding cage, part of breeding programme to supply reintroduction projects, Derek Gow Consultancy, near Li...© Nick Upton / NPL
Rebecca Northey unloading cages of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) selected for breeding for reintroduction project, Derek Gow Consultancy, near Lifton, Devon, UK, March 2014 Model released  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673873 Rebecca Northey unloading cages of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) selected for breeding for reintroduction project, Derek Gow Consultancy, near Lifton, Devon, UK, March 2014 Model released© Nick Upton / NPL
Researchers from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science lowering Scallop (Argopecten irradians) cage into sea. The Virginia scallop fishery collapsed in the 1930s as seagrass beds disappeared from t...
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90853449 Researchers from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science lowering Scallop (Argopecten irradians) cage into sea. The Virginia scallop fishery collapsed in the 1930s as seagrass beds disappeared from t...©
Researchers from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science pouring Scallops (Argopecten irradians) into cage. The Virginia scallop fishery collapsed in the 1930s as seagrass beds disappeared from the a...
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90853448 Researchers from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science pouring Scallops (Argopecten irradians) into cage. The Virginia scallop fishery collapsed in the 1930s as seagrass beds disappeared from the a...©
Bay scallops (Argopecten irradians). The Virginia scallop fishery collapsed in the 1930s as seagrass beds disappeared from the area. Raising scallops in cages where they are protected from predators a...
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90853447 Bay scallops (Argopecten irradians). The Virginia scallop fishery collapsed in the 1930s as seagrass beds disappeared from the area. Raising scallops in cages where they are protected from predators a...©
Bay scallop (Argopecten irradians) on hand. The Virginia scallop fishery collapsed in the 1930s as seagrass beds disappeared from the area. Protection from predators through use of cages as well as se...
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90853446 Bay scallop (Argopecten irradians) on hand. The Virginia scallop fishery collapsed in the 1930s as seagrass beds disappeared from the area. Protection from predators through use of cages as well as se...©
Scientists and researchers from Coral IVF project led by Southern Cross University looking down microscopes at night. Researchers scraping out reared Coral growing on settlement tiles before they can...
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90852631 Scientists and researchers from Coral IVF project led by Southern Cross University looking down microscopes at night. Researchers scraping out reared Coral growing on settlement tiles before they can...©
Scientists and researchers from Coral IVF project led by Southern Cross University looking down microscopes at night. Researchers scraping out reared Coral growing on settlement tiles before they can...
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90852630 Scientists and researchers from Coral IVF project led by Southern Cross University looking down microscopes at night. Researchers scraping out reared Coral growing on settlement tiles before they can...©
Coral larvae aged 5 days, microscopic image. Reared together with algae symbionts after capture of millions of Coral sperm and eggs. Coral IVF project led by Southern Cross University to replenish deg...
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90852629 Coral larvae aged 5 days, microscopic image. Reared together with algae symbionts after capture of millions of Coral sperm and eggs. Coral IVF project led by Southern Cross University to replenish deg...©
Scientists Dr. Dexter de la Cruz and Prof. Peter Harrison from Southern Cross University looking down microscopes at Coral larvae. Part of Coral IVF project to rear coral and replenish degraded sectio...
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90852628 Scientists Dr. Dexter de la Cruz and Prof. Peter Harrison from Southern Cross University looking down microscopes at Coral larvae. Part of Coral IVF project to rear coral and replenish degraded sectio...©
Coral larvae on a petri dish for counting under microscope. Reared together with algae symbionts after capture of millions of Coral sperm and eggs. Coral IVF project led by Southern Cross University t...
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90852627 Coral larvae on a petri dish for counting under microscope. Reared together with algae symbionts after capture of millions of Coral sperm and eggs. Coral IVF project led by Southern Cross University t...©
Bio-optical sensor to measure health and productivity of organisms that photosynthesise in Coral and Algae. Used by scientists from Coral IVF team working to replenish degraded sections of Great Barri...
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90852626 Bio-optical sensor to measure health and productivity of organisms that photosynthesise in Coral and Algae. Used by scientists from Coral IVF team working to replenish degraded sections of Great Barri...©
Biologist Katie Chartrand of James Cook University aerating and de-clumping Coral larvae in larval pool. The Coral IVF project led by Southern Cross University captures Coral sperm and eggs before rea...
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90852625 Biologist Katie Chartrand of James Cook University aerating and de-clumping Coral larvae in larval pool. The Coral IVF project led by Southern Cross University captures Coral sperm and eggs before rea...©
Harrison Integrated Spawn Catcher Rearer Inflatable Pool over Great Barrier Reef, aerial view. Coral spawn caught with arms during synchronised spawning event and held in pool. Larvae reared alongside...
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90852600 Harrison Integrated Spawn Catcher Rearer Inflatable Pool over Great Barrier Reef, aerial view. Coral spawn caught with arms during synchronised spawning event and held in pool. Larvae reared alongside...©
Coral larvae in octagonal inflatable nursery pool, aerial view. Larvae reared following mass Coral spawning event. Scientists from Coral Larval Restoration Project led by Southern Cross University sit...
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90852598 Coral larvae in octagonal inflatable nursery pool, aerial view. Larvae reared following mass Coral spawning event. Scientists from Coral Larval Restoration Project led by Southern Cross University sit...©
Harrison Integrated Spawn Catcher Rearer Inflatable Pool over Great Barrier Reef, aerial view. Coral spawn caught with arms during synchronised spawning event and held in pool. Larvae reared alongside...
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90852597 Harrison Integrated Spawn Catcher Rearer Inflatable Pool over Great Barrier Reef, aerial view. Coral spawn caught with arms during synchronised spawning event and held in pool. Larvae reared alongside...©
Staghorn coral (Acropora sp) aged one year settled on concrete settlement substrate that can be attached to reef in restoration. Queensland, Australia. 2019.
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90852590 Staghorn coral (Acropora sp) aged one year settled on concrete settlement substrate that can be attached to reef in restoration. Queensland, Australia. 2019.©
Coral polyps aged one month on plug substrate, reared following November spawning. National Sea Simulator, Australian Institute of Marine Science, Cape Ferguson, Queensland, Australia. 2019.
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90852582 Coral polyps aged one month on plug substrate, reared following November spawning. National Sea Simulator, Australian Institute of Marine Science, Cape Ferguson, Queensland, Australia. 2019.©
Tray of circular plug substrates hosting Coral polyps aged one month, reared following November spawning. National Sea Simulator, Australian Institute of Marine Science, Cape Ferguson, Queensland, Aus...
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90852576 Tray of circular plug substrates hosting Coral polyps aged one month, reared following November spawning. National Sea Simulator, Australian Institute of Marine Science, Cape Ferguson, Queensland, Aus...©
Ecologist Dr. Carly Randall studying tray of plug substrates hosting Coral polyps aged one month, reared following November spawning. Research aims to improve success of coral restoration through iden...
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90852575 Ecologist Dr. Carly Randall studying tray of plug substrates hosting Coral polyps aged one month, reared following November spawning. Research aims to improve success of coral restoration through iden...©
Mark Bushell in a laboratory with Deserta Grande wolf spiders (Hogna ingens) in rearing tanks, part of a captive breeding program, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol, UK. These are the first captive-bred su...
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90851626 Mark Bushell in a laboratory with Deserta Grande wolf spiders (Hogna ingens) in rearing tanks, part of a captive breeding program, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol, UK. These are the first captive-bred su...©
Partula or Polynesian tree snails in rearing containers in a breeding program. Some species are already extinct in the wild, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol, UK.
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90851625 Partula or Polynesian tree snails in rearing containers in a breeding program. Some species are already extinct in the wild, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol, UK.©
Zoo exhibit about the Deserta Grande wolf spiders (Hogna ingens) with breeding sub-adults from the wild, part of a captive breeding program. Bristol, UK.
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90851624 Zoo exhibit about the Deserta Grande wolf spiders (Hogna ingens) with breeding sub-adults from the wild, part of a captive breeding program. Bristol, UK.©
Deserta Grande wolf spider (Hogna ingens) breeding sub-adult from the wild in its rearing tank, part of a captive breeding program, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol, UK.
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90851623 Deserta Grande wolf spider (Hogna ingens) breeding sub-adult from the wild in its rearing tank, part of a captive breeding program, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol, UK.©
Children looking into submerged crates containing European terrapins (Emys orbicularis ingauna) captive-bred for release during an open day at Life Emys Project, Centro Emys, Albenga, Savona, Italy. M...
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90851622 Children looking into submerged crates containing European terrapins (Emys orbicularis ingauna) captive-bred for release during an open day at Life Emys Project, Centro Emys, Albenga, Savona, Italy. M...©
Golden frog (Atelopus varius) in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), Panama.
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90851621 Golden frog (Atelopus varius) in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), Panama.©
Harlequin frog (Atelopus varius) mating couple in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), critically endangered, Panama
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90851620 Harlequin frog (Atelopus varius) mating couple in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), critically endangered, Panama©
Harlequin frogs (Atelopus varius) in captivity, held in gloved hands at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), breeding program, Panama. Critically endangered.
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90851619 Harlequin frogs (Atelopus varius) in captivity, held in gloved hands at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), breeding program, Panama. Critically endangered.©
Harlequin frogs (Atelopus varius) in vivarium in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), breeding program, Panama. Critically endangered.
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90851618 Harlequin frogs (Atelopus varius) in vivarium in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), breeding program, Panama. Critically endangered.©
Edgardo Griffith holding a Harlequin frog (Atelopus varius) in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), Panama. Critically endangered. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
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90851617 Edgardo Griffith holding a Harlequin frog (Atelopus varius) in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), Panama. Critically endangered. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.©
Edgardo Griffith holding a Harlequin Frog (Atelopus varius) in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), Panama. Critically endangered. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
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90851616 Edgardo Griffith holding a Harlequin Frog (Atelopus varius) in captivity at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), Panama. Critically endangered. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.©
Harlequin frogs (Atelopus varius) females in captivity in vivaria at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), Panama. Critically endangered.
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90851615 Harlequin frogs (Atelopus varius) females in captivity in vivaria at the El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre (EVACC), Panama. Critically endangered.©
Vivaria used for captive breeding of Horned marsupial frogs (Gastrotheca cornuta) at the EVACC (El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre), El Valle de Anton, Panama.
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90851614 Vivaria used for captive breeding of Horned marsupial frogs (Gastrotheca cornuta) at the EVACC (El Valle de Anton Conservation Centre), El Valle de Anton, Panama.©
Visitor looking at the amphibian displays at the Panama Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Project Center, El Valle de Anton, Panama.
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90851613 Visitor looking at the amphibian displays at the Panama Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Project Center, El Valle de Anton, Panama.©
Visitors looking at the reptile and amphibian displays at the Panama Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Project Center, El Valle de Anton, Panama.
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90851612 Visitors looking at the reptile and amphibian displays at the Panama Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Project Center, El Valle de Anton, Panama.©
Deserta Grande wolf spiders (Hogna ingens) breeding sub-adults in their rearing tanks, part of a captive breeding program, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol, UK. These are the first captive-bred sub-adults...
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90851604 Deserta Grande wolf spiders (Hogna ingens) breeding sub-adults in their rearing tanks, part of a captive breeding program, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol, UK. These are the first captive-bred sub-adults...©
Deserta Grande wolf spiders (Hogna ingens) breeding sub-adult in its rearing tanks, part of a captive breeding program, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol, UK. These are the first captive-bred sub-adults, b...
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90851603 Deserta Grande wolf spiders (Hogna ingens) breeding sub-adult in its rearing tanks, part of a captive breeding program, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol, UK. These are the first captive-bred sub-adults, b...©
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