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    2011年06月02日
    インド海軍の潜水艦 “水面下”で軍拡競争

    インド・ビシャカパトナムに停泊する同国海軍の潜水艦=2006年2月(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 2011060200378

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    2020年05月07日
    印でガス漏れ、8人死亡

    インド、アンドラプラデシュ州ビシャカパトナム

    商品コード: 2020050701008

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    2020年05月07日
    印でガス漏れ、8人死亡

    インド、アンドラプラデシュ州ビシャカパトナム

    商品コード: 2020050701011

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    2020年05月07日
    印でガス漏れ、8人死亡

    インド、アンドラプラデシュ州ビシャカパトナム

    商品コード: 2020050701013

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    2020年05月07日
    印でガス漏れ、8人死亡

    インド、アンドラプラデシュ州ビシャカパトナム

    商品コード: 2020050701017

  •  Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India
    2021年03月31日
    Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India

    March 31, 2021, Visakhapatnam, India: A wildlife conservationist has captured disturbing scenes of plastic in fishing nets. ..Srikanth Mannepuri documented a catch in the Indian port city of Visakhapatnam in March 2021. It shows fish trapped within carrier bags and a large amount of plastic wrapping from brands including Snickers and Head & Shoulders shampoo. ..Srikanth explains: ââ¬ÅWe all know the curse of plastics. Itââ¬â¢s permanence. They do not disintegrate, they do not disappear. Now, look at the scale. A fishing net no bigger than 1km pulled out more plastic than fishes. And these are products that we use on a daily basis. Milk, Noodles, chocolates, chips. Imagine the scale of plastic floating in these oceans for years as death-traps and choking hazards. It is this plastic that gets consumed by fishes and enters our bodies as micro plastics. If this were to continue, the fisherman wouldnââ¬â¢t be pulling out fishes anymore. It would only be plastic. Imagine this future. Next time we casually dis...

    商品コード: 2021051110667

  •  Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India
    2021年03月31日
    Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India

    March 31, 2021, Visakhapatnam, India: A wildlife conservationist has captured disturbing scenes of plastic in fishing nets. ..Srikanth Mannepuri documented a catch in the Indian port city of Visakhapatnam in March 2021. It shows fish trapped within carrier bags and a large amount of plastic wrapping from brands including Snickers and Head & Shoulders shampoo. ..Srikanth explains: ââ¬ÅWe all know the curse of plastics. Itââ¬â¢s permanence. They do not disintegrate, they do not disappear. Now, look at the scale. A fishing net no bigger than 1km pulled out more plastic than fishes. And these are products that we use on a daily basis. Milk, Noodles, chocolates, chips. Imagine the scale of plastic floating in these oceans for years as death-traps and choking hazards. It is this plastic that gets consumed by fishes and enters our bodies as micro plastics. If this were to continue, the fisherman wouldnââ¬â¢t be pulling out fishes anymore. It would only be plastic. Imagine this future. Next time we casually dis...

    商品コード: 2021051110783

  •  Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India
    2021年03月31日
    Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India

    March 31, 2021, Visakhapatnam, India: A wildlife conservationist has captured disturbing scenes of plastic in fishing nets. ..Srikanth Mannepuri documented a catch in the Indian port city of Visakhapatnam in March 2021. It shows fish trapped within carrier bags and a large amount of plastic wrapping from brands including Snickers and Head & Shoulders shampoo. ..Srikanth explains: ââ¬ÅWe all know the curse of plastics. Itââ¬â¢s permanence. They do not disintegrate, they do not disappear. Now, look at the scale. A fishing net no bigger than 1km pulled out more plastic than fishes. And these are products that we use on a daily basis. Milk, Noodles, chocolates, chips. Imagine the scale of plastic floating in these oceans for years as death-traps and choking hazards. It is this plastic that gets consumed by fishes and enters our bodies as micro plastics. If this were to continue, the fisherman wouldnââ¬â¢t be pulling out fishes anymore. It would only be plastic. Imagine this future. Next time we casually dis...

    商品コード: 2021051202127

  •  Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India
    2021年03月31日
    Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India

    March 31, 2021, Visakhapatnam, India: A wildlife conservationist has captured disturbing scenes of plastic in fishing nets. ..Srikanth Mannepuri documented a catch in the Indian port city of Visakhapatnam in March 2021. It shows fish trapped within carrier bags and a large amount of plastic wrapping from brands including Snickers and Head & Shoulders shampoo. ..Srikanth explains: ââ¬ÅWe all know the curse of plastics. Itââ¬â¢s permanence. They do not disintegrate, they do not disappear. Now, look at the scale. A fishing net no bigger than 1km pulled out more plastic than fishes. And these are products that we use on a daily basis. Milk, Noodles, chocolates, chips. Imagine the scale of plastic floating in these oceans for years as death-traps and choking hazards. It is this plastic that gets consumed by fishes and enters our bodies as micro plastics. If this were to continue, the fisherman wouldnââ¬â¢t be pulling out fishes anymore. It would only be plastic. Imagine this future. Next time we casually dis...

    商品コード: 2021051110665

  •  Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India
    2021年03月31日
    Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India

    March 31, 2021, Visakhapatnam, India: A wildlife conservationist has captured disturbing scenes of plastic in fishing nets. ..Srikanth Mannepuri documented a catch in the Indian port city of Visakhapatnam in March 2021. It shows fish trapped within carrier bags and a large amount of plastic wrapping from brands including Snickers and Head & Shoulders shampoo. ..Srikanth explains: ââ¬ÅWe all know the curse of plastics. Itââ¬â¢s permanence. They do not disintegrate, they do not disappear. Now, look at the scale. A fishing net no bigger than 1km pulled out more plastic than fishes. And these are products that we use on a daily basis. Milk, Noodles, chocolates, chips. Imagine the scale of plastic floating in these oceans for years as death-traps and choking hazards. It is this plastic that gets consumed by fishes and enters our bodies as micro plastics. If this were to continue, the fisherman wouldnââ¬â¢t be pulling out fishes anymore. It would only be plastic. Imagine this future. Next time we casually dis...

    商品コード: 2021051110741

  •  Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India
    2021年03月31日
    Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India

    March 31, 2021, Visakhapatnam, India: A wildlife conservationist has captured disturbing scenes of plastic in fishing nets. ..Srikanth Mannepuri documented a catch in the Indian port city of Visakhapatnam in March 2021. It shows fish trapped within carrier bags and a large amount of plastic wrapping from brands including Snickers and Head & Shoulders shampoo. ..Srikanth explains: ââ¬ÅWe all know the curse of plastics. Itââ¬â¢s permanence. They do not disintegrate, they do not disappear. Now, look at the scale. A fishing net no bigger than 1km pulled out more plastic than fishes. And these are products that we use on a daily basis. Milk, Noodles, chocolates, chips. Imagine the scale of plastic floating in these oceans for years as death-traps and choking hazards. It is this plastic that gets consumed by fishes and enters our bodies as micro plastics. If this were to continue, the fisherman wouldnââ¬â¢t be pulling out fishes anymore. It would only be plastic. Imagine this future. Next time we casually dis...

    商品コード: 2021051110668

  •  Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India
    2021年03月31日
    Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India

    March 31, 2021, Visakhapatnam, India: A wildlife conservationist has captured disturbing scenes of plastic in fishing nets. ..Srikanth Mannepuri documented a catch in the Indian port city of Visakhapatnam in March 2021. It shows fish trapped within carrier bags and a large amount of plastic wrapping from brands including Snickers and Head & Shoulders shampoo. ..Srikanth explains: ââ¬ÅWe all know the curse of plastics. Itââ¬â¢s permanence. They do not disintegrate, they do not disappear. Now, look at the scale. A fishing net no bigger than 1km pulled out more plastic than fishes. And these are products that we use on a daily basis. Milk, Noodles, chocolates, chips. Imagine the scale of plastic floating in these oceans for years as death-traps and choking hazards. It is this plastic that gets consumed by fishes and enters our bodies as micro plastics. If this were to continue, the fisherman wouldnââ¬â¢t be pulling out fishes anymore. It would only be plastic. Imagine this future. Next time we casually dis...

    商品コード: 2021051110724

  •  Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India
    2021年03月31日
    Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India

    March 31, 2021, Visakhapatnam, India: A wildlife conservationist has captured disturbing scenes of plastic in fishing nets. ..Srikanth Mannepuri documented a catch in the Indian port city of Visakhapatnam in March 2021. It shows fish trapped within carrier bags and a large amount of plastic wrapping from brands including Snickers and Head & Shoulders shampoo. ..Srikanth explains: ââ¬ÅWe all know the curse of plastics. Itââ¬â¢s permanence. They do not disintegrate, they do not disappear. Now, look at the scale. A fishing net no bigger than 1km pulled out more plastic than fishes. And these are products that we use on a daily basis. Milk, Noodles, chocolates, chips. Imagine the scale of plastic floating in these oceans for years as death-traps and choking hazards. It is this plastic that gets consumed by fishes and enters our bodies as micro plastics. If this were to continue, the fisherman wouldnââ¬â¢t be pulling out fishes anymore. It would only be plastic. Imagine this future. Next time we casually dis...

    商品コード: 2021051110671

  •  Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India
    2021年03月31日
    Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India

    March 31, 2021, Visakhapatnam, India: A wildlife conservationist has captured disturbing scenes of plastic in fishing nets. ..Srikanth Mannepuri documented a catch in the Indian port city of Visakhapatnam in March 2021. It shows fish trapped within carrier bags and a large amount of plastic wrapping from brands including Snickers and Head & Shoulders shampoo. ..Srikanth explains: ââ¬ÅWe all know the curse of plastics. Itââ¬â¢s permanence. They do not disintegrate, they do not disappear. Now, look at the scale. A fishing net no bigger than 1km pulled out more plastic than fishes. And these are products that we use on a daily basis. Milk, Noodles, chocolates, chips. Imagine the scale of plastic floating in these oceans for years as death-traps and choking hazards. It is this plastic that gets consumed by fishes and enters our bodies as micro plastics. If this were to continue, the fisherman wouldnââ¬â¢t be pulling out fishes anymore. It would only be plastic. Imagine this future. Next time we casually dis...

    商品コード: 2021051110673

  •  Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India
    2021年03月31日
    Shocking Pictures Show Plastic Waste In Fishing Catch, India

    March 31, 2021, Visakhapatnam, India: A wildlife conservationist has captured disturbing scenes of plastic in fishing nets. ..Srikanth Mannepuri documented a catch in the Indian port city of Visakhapatnam in March 2021. It shows fish trapped within carrier bags and a large amount of plastic wrapping from brands including Snickers and Head & Shoulders shampoo. ..Srikanth explains: ââ¬ÅWe all know the curse of plastics. Itââ¬â¢s permanence. They do not disintegrate, they do not disappear. Now, look at the scale. A fishing net no bigger than 1km pulled out more plastic than fishes. And these are products that we use on a daily basis. Milk, Noodles, chocolates, chips. Imagine the scale of plastic floating in these oceans for years as death-traps and choking hazards. It is this plastic that gets consumed by fishes and enters our bodies as micro plastics. If this were to continue, the fisherman wouldnââ¬â¢t be pulling out fishes anymore. It would only be plastic. Imagine this future. Next time we casually dis...

    商品コード: 2021051110694

  •  New Species Of Gecko Discovered In India
    2022年05月31日
    New Species Of Gecko Discovered In India

    May 31, 2022, Bangalore, India: A new species of gecko has been discovered deep in the forests of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh in India. .Eublepharis pictus, also known as the Painted Leopard Gecko, was first spotted in 2017 by researchers Zeeshan A. Mirza of the National Centre for Biological Sciences in Bangalore and C. Gnaneswar of the Madras Crocodile Bank Trust in Chennai. They found a gecko in a water tank near a temple in Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, during a field survey. Back then, they identified it as belonging to the East Indian Leopard Gecko species (Eublepharis hardwickii)..ââ¬ÅThe species appears to be common in the hill forests, but its distinctness was only confirmed by other researchers,ââ¬Â Zeeshan Mirza explains..In a phylogenetic study, where they looked for the evolutionary history and relationships within and between the leopard gecko species in the genus Eublepharis, the researchers found that what had until then been considered a southern population of East Indian Leopard Gecko m...

    商品コード: 2022061803693

  •  New Species Of Gecko Discovered In India
    2022年05月31日
    New Species Of Gecko Discovered In India

    May 31, 2022, Bangalore, India: A new species of gecko has been discovered deep in the forests of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh in India. .Eublepharis pictus, also known as the Painted Leopard Gecko, was first spotted in 2017 by researchers Zeeshan A. Mirza of the National Centre for Biological Sciences in Bangalore and C. Gnaneswar of the Madras Crocodile Bank Trust in Chennai. They found a gecko in a water tank near a temple in Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, during a field survey. Back then, they identified it as belonging to the East Indian Leopard Gecko species (Eublepharis hardwickii)..ââ¬ÅThe species appears to be common in the hill forests, but its distinctness was only confirmed by other researchers,ââ¬Â Zeeshan Mirza explains..In a phylogenetic study, where they looked for the evolutionary history and relationships within and between the leopard gecko species in the genus Eublepharis, the researchers found that what had until then been considered a southern population of East Indian Leopard Gecko m...

    商品コード: 2022061803709

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