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Members of the Prizma Ensemble wearing full solid-coloured bodysuits walk pest ultra orthodox jewish men as they take part in the 6th Jane's walk Jerusalem in Jerusalem Israel. May 6, 2016. (Photo by Baz Ratner/Reuters)

Members of the Prizma Ensemble wearing full solid-coloured bodysuits walk pest ultra orthodox jewish men as they take part in the 6th Jane's walk Jerusalem in Jerusalem, Israel May 6, 2016. Jane's Walk is a global walking tour movement, inspired by US-Canadian author and activist Jane Jacobs. (Photo by Baz Ratner/Reuters)
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07 May 2016 13:06:00
“Oak Sunrise” by professional photographer Alan Price has won the International Garden Photographer of the Year, “Celebrating Our Oaks” competition, run in partnership with Action Oak. Action Oak is a campaign to protect the UK’s oak trees from threats including pests and diseases. (Photo by Alan Price/IGOTY)

“Oak Sunrise” by professional photographer Alan Price has won the International Garden Photographer of the Year, “Celebrating Our Oaks” competition, run in partnership with Action Oak. Action Oak is a campaign to protect the UK’s oak trees from threats including pests and diseases. (Photo by Alan Price/IGOTY)
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10 Jan 2019 00:03:00


One of ten little spotted kiwi is released on Motuihe Island, a conservation pest-free island close to Auckland, on March 21, 2009 in Auckland, New Zealand. Eventually up to 40 endangered kiwi birds will be relocated to the island. (Photo by Hannah Johnston/Getty Images)
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03 Apr 2011 15:13:00
A picture made available on 13 May 2016 shows A Tiwa girl performing her traditional dance as they celebrated the Wanchuwa festival in Karbi Anglong District of Assam state, India, 11 May 2016. Wanchuwa is one of the most important festivals of the Tiwa tribal community living in the hills as it is related with agriculture which is the mainstay of their economy. Tiwas pray for a bountiful harvest during this festival and to protect their crops from pest and other natural calamities. (Photo by EPA/Stringer)

A picture made available on 13 May 2016 shows A Tiwa girl performing her traditional dance as they celebrated the Wanchuwa festival in Karbi Anglong District of Assam state, India, 11 May 2016. Wanchuwa is one of the most important festivals of the Tiwa tribal community living in the hills as it is related with agriculture which is the mainstay of their economy. Tiwas pray for a bountiful harvest during this festival and to protect their crops from pest and other natural calamities. Tiwa is a major tribe of Assam state who practice Jhum or shifting cultivation for their living in the hills. (Photo by EPA/Stringer)
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14 May 2016 11:45:00
In this October 15, 2014 file photo, Katsu Nakamura, sky division manager for Yamaha USA, moves the RMax unmanned helicopter into position before a demonstration of its aerial application capabilities at the University of California, Davis' Oakville Station test vineyard in Oakville, Calif. Researchers at UC Davis have been studying the effectiveness of the drone's ability for spraying pest control and nutritional materials on the test vineyard in California's Napa Valley. (Photo by Rich Pedroncelli/AP Photo)

In this October 15, 2014 file photo, Katsu Nakamura, sky division manager for Yamaha USA, moves the RMax unmanned helicopter into position before a demonstration of its aerial application capabilities at the University of California, Davis' Oakville Station test vineyard in Oakville, Calif. Researchers at UC Davis have been studying the effectiveness of the drone's ability for spraying pest control and nutritional materials on the test vineyard in California's Napa Valley. (Photo by Rich Pedroncelli/AP Photo)
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07 Jan 2015 14:00:00
Cooktown Hog Hunt

Tom Nevins guts a feral pig sow during hunting on Silver Plains Station on October 8, 2011 outside of Coen, Australia. Feral pigs are recognised as environmental and agricultural pests reported to have a population of up to 23.5 million over around half of Australia. The Cooktown Hog Hunt is held annually with this year's hunting window open from registration at 2pm on Friday to the end of weigh in at 2pm on Sunday afternoon. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)
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12 Oct 2011 11:30:00
Indian Runner ducks march past farm buildings at the Vergenoegd wine estate near Cape Town, South Africa, May 16, 2016. (Photo by Mike Hutchings/Reuters)

Indian Runner ducks march past farm buildings at the Vergenoegd wine estate near Cape Town, South Africa, May 16, 2016. Each day, a quack squad of killer ducks are released for the first of two sorties at South Africa's Vergenoegd wine farm in Stellenbosch. Their mission – seek and destroy thousands of pests out to ruin the season's harvest. Fanning out across the vineyards, some 1,000 Indian Runner ducks hone in on their hidden targets with uncanny precision, locating the tiny white dune snails feasting on budding vines. (Photo by Mike Hutchings/Reuters)
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27 May 2016 13:06:00
In this Tuesday, September 12, 2017 photo, Amornrat Simapsaisan, a local shop manager, watches before she ate watermelon salad with bamboo worms, at Inspects in the Backyard restaurant, Bangkok, Thailand. Tucking into insects is nothing new in Thailand, where street vendors pushing carts of fried crickets and buttery silkworms have long fed locals and adventurous tourists alike. But bugs are now fine-dining at the Bangkok bistro aiming to revolutionize views of nature’s least-loved creatures and what you can do with them. She tucked in quite happily to her watermelon and cricket salad on a recent evening.  “It’s tasty. It’s munchy”, she said. (Photo by Sakchai Lalit/AP Photo)

In this Tuesday, September 12, 2017 photo, Amornrat Simapsaisan, a local shop manager, watches before she ate watermelon salad with bamboo worms, at Inspects in the Backyard restaurant, Bangkok, Thailand. Tucking into insects is nothing new in Thailand, where street vendors pushing carts of fried crickets and buttery silkworms have long fed locals and adventurous tourists alike. But bugs are now fine-dining at the Bangkok bistro aiming to revolutionize views of nature’s least-loved creatures and what you can do with them. She tucked in quite happily to her watermelon and cricket salad on a recent evening. “It’s tasty. It’s munchy”, she said. (Photo by Sakchai Lalit/AP Photo)
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04 Oct 2017 06:54:00