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1116-47262 - Pair of Zebra (Equus grevyi) stallions rise on hind feet to kick and bite each other as they fight on the floor of Ngorongoro Crater, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania
832-317863 - DEU, Germany, Essen : German police officer in a training situation where they learn to act in a madman situation. They should fight the gunman first before they look after victims. This is a result after a madman shooting in an Erfurt school in 2002 with
832-317865 - DEU, Germany, Essen : German police officer in a training situation where they learn to act in a madman situation. They should fight the gunman first before they look after victims. This is a result after a madman shooting in an Erfurt school in 2002 with
832-317864 - DEU, Germany, Essen : German police officer in a training situation where they learn to act in a madman situation. They should fight the gunman first before they look after victims. This is a result after a madman shooting in an Erfurt school in 2002 with
857-30896 - Kazuko Uezu, age 65, makes tofu before dawn in her small shop in the village of Hedo. Despite 50 years of practice "every batch tastes slightly different" says Kazuko who rises at 4-am seven days a week to make tofu. Traditional methods and a small production produces subtle variations in every batch despite the fact that tofu has only two ingredients, salt water and soy beans. Kazuko get the salt water from the East China Sea (just down the road from her house) but the soybeans come from America. Okinawan centenarians eat tofu daily and it is believed the high flavanoid content in tofu contributes to their longevity. Flavanoids are known to fight breast and prostate cancer and believed to combat heart disease.
857-31805 - Campesinos wash for market freshly-picked carrots in a river in Los Negros, Bolivia Friday, Nov. 12, 2004. Ernesto "Che" Guevara was captured by the Bolivian army in 1967 in a nearby valley and executed in La Higuera days later. His body was put on public display in the laundry room of the Vallegrande hospital, then secretly buried under the air strip for 30 years. Guevara and fellow communist guerillas were attempting to launch a continent-wide revolution modeled on Guevara's success in Cuba in the late 1950s. The Bolivian government recently began promoting the area where he fought, was captured, killed and burried for 30 years as the "Ruta del Che," or Che's Route.
857-31793 - Painted images of Ernesto "Che" Guevara stare from a pock-marked wall in La Higuera, Bolivia, Saturday, Nov. 13, 2004. Guevara was captured by the Bolivian army in 1967 in a nearby valley and executed in La Higuera days later. Guevara and fellow communist guerillas were attempting to launch a continent-wide revolution modeled on Guevara's success in Cuba in the late 1950s. The Bolivian government recently began promoting the area where he fought, was captured, killed and burried for 30 years as the "Ruta del Che," or Che's Route.
857-31820 - Vendors sell their wares at a street market in El Torno, Bolivia Friday, Nov. 12, 2004. Ernesto "Che" Guevara was captured by the Bolivian army in 1967 in a nearby valley and executed in La Higuera days later. His body was put on public display in the laundry room of the Vallegrande hospital, then secretly buried under the air strip for 30 years. Guevara and fellow communist guerillas were attempting to launch a continent-wide revolution modeled on Guevara's success in Cuba in the late 1950s. The Bolivian government recently began promoting the area where he fought, was captured, killed and burried for 30 years as the "Ruta del Che," or Che's Route.
857-30893 - Kazuko Uezu, age 65, makes tofu before dawn in her small shop in the village of Hedo. Despite 50 years of practice "every batch tastes slightly different" says Kazuko who rises at 4-am seven days a week to make tofu. Traditional methods and a small production produces subtle variations in every batch despite the fact that tofu has only two ingredients, salt water and soy beans. Kazuko get the salt water from the East China Sea (just down the road from her house) but the soybeans come from America. Okinawan centenarians eat tofu daily and it is believed the high flavanoid content in tofu contributes to their longevity. Flavanoids are known to fight breast and prostate cancer and believed to combat heart disease.
857-30895 - Kazuko Uezu, age 65, makes tofu before dawn in her small shop in the village of Hedo. Despite 50 years of practice "every batch tastes slightly different" says Kazuko who rises at 4-am seven days a week to make tofu. Traditional methods and a small production produces subtle variations in every batch despite the fact that tofu has only two ingredients, salt water and soy beans. Kazuko get the salt water from the East China Sea (just down the road from her house) but the soybeans come from America. Okinawan centenarians eat tofu daily and it is believed the high flavanoid content in tofu contributes to their longevity. Flavanoids are known to fight breast and prostate cancer and believed to combat heart disease.
1195-25 - Example of farming activity in the area of hanamerant, meket, ethiopia.The Farmers have to fight against the lack of rain and erosion of the soil. They produce 1 crop a year wich sustain food a couple of months only
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