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Arrival in Lorient (city of sailing) of the schooner Tara, after 2 years of expedition to the Pacific to study corals (October 27, 2018), FranceArrival in Lorient (city of sailing) of the schooner Tara, after 2 years of expedition to the Pacific to study corals (October 27, 2018), FranceArrival in Lorient (city of sailing) of the schooner Tara, after 2 years of expedition to the Pacific to study corals (October 27, 2018), France© Till Jacket / BiosphotoJPG - RMExclusive sale possible

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In Cuetzalam, the Totonac tradition of voladores is still very much alive. On the village square, a group of dancers throw themselves from the top of an enormous rough-hewn tree trunk. In the surrounding villages, each square still has its volador pole. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeIn Cuetzalam, the Totonac tradition of voladores is still very much alive. On the village square, a group of dancers throw themselves from the top of an enormous rough-hewn tree trunk. In the surrounding villages, each square still has its volador pole. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeIn Cuetzalam, the Totonac tradition of voladores is still very much alive. On the village square, a group of dancers throw themselves from the top of an enormous rough-hewn tree trunk. In the surrounding villages, each square still has its volador pole. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Covered in bees, Mister Yang Chuan tries to smile to the gathered crowd while the anchormen from CCTV4 continue the program with a lot of courage. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Covered in bees, Mister Yang Chuan tries to smile to the gathered crowd while the anchormen from CCTV4 continue the program with a lot of courage. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Covered in bees, Mister Yang Chuan tries to smile to the gathered crowd while the anchormen from CCTV4 continue the program with a lot of courage. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Panda lake, Jiuzhaigou valley, Sichuan, ChinaPanda lake, Jiuzhaigou valley, Sichuan, ChinaPanda lake, Jiuzhaigou valley, Sichuan, China© Sylvain Cordier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Five colors lake, Jiuzhaigou valley, Sichuan, ChinaFive colors lake, Jiuzhaigou valley, Sichuan, ChinaFive colors lake, Jiuzhaigou valley, Sichuan, China© Sylvain Cordier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Five colors lake, Jiuzhaigou valley, Sichuan, ChinaFive colors lake, Jiuzhaigou valley, Sichuan, ChinaFive colors lake, Jiuzhaigou valley, Sichuan, China© Sylvain Cordier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Snakes on St. Dominic Statue - Snakes Ceremony Cocullo Italy ; Every year, the 1st of may, there is a religious ceremony where a Saint Domenico statue, covered with four-lined snakes is paraded in the village streets.<br>This tradition, today a catholic one, has a pagan origin. It’s said to be linked to the adoration of the goddess Angizzia by the ancient Marsi civilization. This goddess was supposed to protect people from venons, including the snake ones.<br>After this time, this protection has been attributed to saint Domenico, a monk who stayed 7 years in Cocullo.<br>This saint is not the theologian Saint Domenic, founder of the Dominican order, and sometimes wrongly quoted to be the founder of the Holy Inquisition while he was already dead at that time, but a local saint, called Domenico di Foligno, an Umbria place where he was born in 951, and also sometimes Domenico di Sora, a Latium place where he died in 1031. In Cocullo, he is supposed to have made a miracle : as the village was invaded by venomous snakes, he charmed them with his flute, making them harmless.<br>A sanctuary was then built that became a pilgrimage location, and the snake ceremony was created.Snakes on St. Dominic Statue - Snakes Ceremony Cocullo ItalySnakes on St. Dominic Statue - Snakes Ceremony Cocullo Italy ; Every year, the 1st of may, there is a religious ceremony where a Saint Domenico statue, covered with four-lined snakes is paraded in the village streets.
This tradition, today a catholic one, has a pagan origin. It’s said to be linked to the adoration of the goddess Angizzia by the ancient Marsi civilization. This goddess was supposed to protect people from venons, including the snake ones.
After this time, this protection has been attributed to saint Domenico, a monk who stayed 7 years in Cocullo.
This saint is not the theologian Saint Domenic, founder of the Dominican order, and sometimes wrongly quoted to be the founder of the Holy Inquisition while he was already dead at that time, but a local saint, called Domenico di Foligno, an Umbria place where he was born in 951, and also sometimes Domenico di Sora, a Latium place where he died in 1031. In Cocullo, he is supposed to have made a miracle : as the village was invaded by venomous snakes, he charmed them with his flute, making them harmless.
A sanctuary was then built that became a pilgrimage location, and the snake ceremony was created.
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Statue of St. Dominic - Snakes Ceremony Cocullo Italy ; Every year, the 1st of may, there is a religious ceremony where a Saint Domenico statue, covered with four-lined snakes is paraded in the village streets.<br>This tradition, today a catholic one, has a pagan origin. It’s said to be linked to the adoration of the goddess Angizzia by the ancient Marsi civilization. This goddess was supposed to protect people from venons, including the snake ones.<br>After this time, this protection has been attributed to saint Domenico, a monk who stayed 7 years in Cocullo.<br>This saint is not the theologian Saint Domenic, founder of the Dominican order, and sometimes wrongly quoted to be the founder of the Holy Inquisition while he was already dead at that time, but a local saint, called Domenico di Foligno, an Umbria place where he was born in 951, and also sometimes Domenico di Sora, a Latium place where he died in 1031. In Cocullo, he is supposed to have made a miracle : as the village was invaded by venomous snakes, he charmed them with his flute, making them harmless.<br>A sanctuary was then built that became a pilgrimage location, and the snake ceremony was created.Statue of St. Dominic - Snakes Ceremony Cocullo ItalyStatue of St. Dominic - Snakes Ceremony Cocullo Italy ; Every year, the 1st of may, there is a religious ceremony where a Saint Domenico statue, covered with four-lined snakes is paraded in the village streets.
This tradition, today a catholic one, has a pagan origin. It’s said to be linked to the adoration of the goddess Angizzia by the ancient Marsi civilization. This goddess was supposed to protect people from venons, including the snake ones.
After this time, this protection has been attributed to saint Domenico, a monk who stayed 7 years in Cocullo.
This saint is not the theologian Saint Domenic, founder of the Dominican order, and sometimes wrongly quoted to be the founder of the Holy Inquisition while he was already dead at that time, but a local saint, called Domenico di Foligno, an Umbria place where he was born in 951, and also sometimes Domenico di Sora, a Latium place where he died in 1031. In Cocullo, he is supposed to have made a miracle : as the village was invaded by venomous snakes, he charmed them with his flute, making them harmless.
A sanctuary was then built that became a pilgrimage location, and the snake ceremony was created.
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Preparations of snakes - Snakes Ceremony Cocullo Italy ; Every year, the 1st of may, there is a religious ceremony where a Saint Domenico statue, covered with four-lined snakes is paraded in the village streets.<br>This tradition, today a catholic one, has a pagan origin. It’s said to be linked to the adoration of the goddess Angizzia by the ancient Marsi civilization. This goddess was supposed to protect people from venons, including the snake ones.<br>After this time, this protection has been attributed to saint Domenico, a monk who stayed 7 years in Cocullo.<br>This saint is not the theologian Saint Domenic, founder of the Dominican order, and sometimes wrongly quoted to be the founder of the Holy Inquisition while he was already dead at that time, but a local saint, called Domenico di Foligno, an Umbria place where he was born in 951, and also sometimes Domenico di Sora, a Latium place where he died in 1031. In Cocullo, he is supposed to have made a miracle : as the village was invaded by venomous snakes, he charmed them with his flute, making them harmless.<br>A sanctuary was then built that became a pilgrimage location, and the snake ceremony was created.Preparations of snakes - Snakes Ceremony Cocullo ItalyPreparations of snakes - Snakes Ceremony Cocullo Italy ; Every year, the 1st of may, there is a religious ceremony where a Saint Domenico statue, covered with four-lined snakes is paraded in the village streets.
This tradition, today a catholic one, has a pagan origin. It’s said to be linked to the adoration of the goddess Angizzia by the ancient Marsi civilization. This goddess was supposed to protect people from venons, including the snake ones.
After this time, this protection has been attributed to saint Domenico, a monk who stayed 7 years in Cocullo.
This saint is not the theologian Saint Domenic, founder of the Dominican order, and sometimes wrongly quoted to be the founder of the Holy Inquisition while he was already dead at that time, but a local saint, called Domenico di Foligno, an Umbria place where he was born in 951, and also sometimes Domenico di Sora, a Latium place where he died in 1031. In Cocullo, he is supposed to have made a miracle : as the village was invaded by venomous snakes, he charmed them with his flute, making them harmless.
A sanctuary was then built that became a pilgrimage location, and the snake ceremony was created.
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Preparations of snakes - Snakes Ceremony Cocullo Italy ; Every year, the 1st of may, there is a religious ceremony where a Saint Domenico statue, covered with four-lined snakes is paraded in the village streets.<br>This tradition, today a catholic one, has a pagan origin. It’s said to be linked to the adoration of the goddess Angizzia by the ancient Marsi civilization. This goddess was supposed to protect people from venons, including the snake ones.<br>After this time, this protection has been attributed to saint Domenico, a monk who stayed 7 years in Cocullo.<br>This saint is not the theologian Saint Domenic, founder of the Dominican order, and sometimes wrongly quoted to be the founder of the Holy Inquisition while he was already dead at that time, but a local saint, called Domenico di Foligno, an Umbria place where he was born in 951, and also sometimes Domenico di Sora, a Latium place where he died in 1031. In Cocullo, he is supposed to have made a miracle : as the village was invaded by venomous snakes, he charmed them with his flute, making them harmless.<br>A sanctuary was then built that became a pilgrimage location, and the snake ceremony was created.Preparations of snakes - Snakes Ceremony Cocullo ItalyPreparations of snakes - Snakes Ceremony Cocullo Italy ; Every year, the 1st of may, there is a religious ceremony where a Saint Domenico statue, covered with four-lined snakes is paraded in the village streets.
This tradition, today a catholic one, has a pagan origin. It’s said to be linked to the adoration of the goddess Angizzia by the ancient Marsi civilization. This goddess was supposed to protect people from venons, including the snake ones.
After this time, this protection has been attributed to saint Domenico, a monk who stayed 7 years in Cocullo.
This saint is not the theologian Saint Domenic, founder of the Dominican order, and sometimes wrongly quoted to be the founder of the Holy Inquisition while he was already dead at that time, but a local saint, called Domenico di Foligno, an Umbria place where he was born in 951, and also sometimes Domenico di Sora, a Latium place where he died in 1031. In Cocullo, he is supposed to have made a miracle : as the village was invaded by venomous snakes, he charmed them with his flute, making them harmless.
A sanctuary was then built that became a pilgrimage location, and the snake ceremony was created.
© Alain Mafart-Renodier / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Presentations Snakes - Snakes Ceremony Cocullo Italy  ; Every year, the 1st of may, there is a religious ceremony where a Saint Domenico statue, covered with four-lined snakes is paraded in the village streets.<br>This tradition, today a catholic one, has a pagan origin. It’s said to be linked to the adoration of the goddess Angizzia by the ancient Marsi civilization. This goddess was supposed to protect people from venons, including the snake ones.<br>After this time, this protection has been attributed to saint Domenico, a monk who stayed 7 years in Cocullo.<br>This saint is not the theologian Saint Domenic, founder of the Dominican order, and sometimes wrongly quoted to be the founder of the Holy Inquisition while he was already dead at that time, but a local saint, called Domenico di Foligno, an Umbria place where he was born in 951, and also sometimes Domenico di Sora, a Latium place where he died in 1031. In Cocullo, he is supposed to have made a miracle : as the village was invaded by venomous snakes, he charmed them with his flute, making them harmless.<br>A sanctuary was then built that became a pilgrimage location, and the snake ceremony was created.Presentations Snakes - Snakes Ceremony Cocullo Italy Presentations Snakes - Snakes Ceremony Cocullo Italy ; Every year, the 1st of may, there is a religious ceremony where a Saint Domenico statue, covered with four-lined snakes is paraded in the village streets.
This tradition, today a catholic one, has a pagan origin. It’s said to be linked to the adoration of the goddess Angizzia by the ancient Marsi civilization. This goddess was supposed to protect people from venons, including the snake ones.
After this time, this protection has been attributed to saint Domenico, a monk who stayed 7 years in Cocullo.
This saint is not the theologian Saint Domenic, founder of the Dominican order, and sometimes wrongly quoted to be the founder of the Holy Inquisition while he was already dead at that time, but a local saint, called Domenico di Foligno, an Umbria place where he was born in 951, and also sometimes Domenico di Sora, a Latium place where he died in 1031. In Cocullo, he is supposed to have made a miracle : as the village was invaded by venomous snakes, he charmed them with his flute, making them harmless.
A sanctuary was then built that became a pilgrimage location, and the snake ceremony was created.
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Arrival of Sulmona bishop - Snakes ceremony Cocullo Italy ; Every year, the 1st of may, there is a religious ceremony where a Saint Domenico statue, covered with four-lined snakes is paraded in the village streets.<br>This tradition, today a catholic one, has a pagan origin. It’s said to be linked to the adoration of the goddess Angizzia by the ancient Marsi civilization. This goddess was supposed to protect people from venons, including the snake ones.<br>After this time, this protection has been attributed to saint Domenico, a monk who stayed 7 years in Cocullo.<br>This saint is not the theologian Saint Domenic, founder of the Dominican order, and sometimes wrongly quoted to be the founder of the Holy Inquisition while he was already dead at that time, but a local saint, called Domenico di Foligno, an Umbria place where he was born in 951, and also sometimes Domenico di Sora, a Latium place where he died in 1031. In Cocullo, he is supposed to have made a miracle : as the village was invaded by venomous snakes, he charmed them with his flute, making them harmless.<br>A sanctuary was then built that became a pilgrimage location, and the snake ceremony was created.Arrival of Sulmona bishop - Snakes ceremony Cocullo ItalyArrival of Sulmona bishop - Snakes ceremony Cocullo Italy ; Every year, the 1st of may, there is a religious ceremony where a Saint Domenico statue, covered with four-lined snakes is paraded in the village streets.
This tradition, today a catholic one, has a pagan origin. It’s said to be linked to the adoration of the goddess Angizzia by the ancient Marsi civilization. This goddess was supposed to protect people from venons, including the snake ones.
After this time, this protection has been attributed to saint Domenico, a monk who stayed 7 years in Cocullo.
This saint is not the theologian Saint Domenic, founder of the Dominican order, and sometimes wrongly quoted to be the founder of the Holy Inquisition while he was already dead at that time, but a local saint, called Domenico di Foligno, an Umbria place where he was born in 951, and also sometimes Domenico di Sora, a Latium place where he died in 1031. In Cocullo, he is supposed to have made a miracle : as the village was invaded by venomous snakes, he charmed them with his flute, making them harmless.
A sanctuary was then built that became a pilgrimage location, and the snake ceremony was created.
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Nesting Elegant Terns crowd together in large numbersNesting Elegant Terns crowd together in large numbersNesting Elegant Terns crowd together in large numbers© Christopher Swann / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Crowd of Truffles with a dog Chartreuse France ; Foothills of Chartreuse.Crowd of Truffles with a dog Chartreuse FranceCrowd of Truffles with a dog Chartreuse France ; Foothills of Chartreuse.© Jean-Baptiste Strobel / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parade Elephant Asian Elephant Festival Xayabury Laos Parade Elephant Asian Elephant Festival Xayabury Laos Parade Elephant Asian Elephant Festival Xayabury Laos © Jean-François Mutzig / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Crowd of black truffle with Dog Provence FranceCrowd of black truffle with Dog Provence FranceCrowd of black truffle with Dog Provence France© Michel Gunther / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Pontifical Mass and blessing of the animals in Paris France ; With Archbishop Dominique Philippe (Paris 15th)Pontifical Mass and blessing of the animals in Paris FrancePontifical Mass and blessing of the animals in Paris France ; With Archbishop Dominique Philippe (Paris 15th)© Jean-Luc & Françoise Ziegler / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Pontifical Mass and blessing of the animals in Paris] ; With Archbishop Dominique Philippe (Paris 15th)Pontifical Mass and blessing of the animals in Paris]Pontifical Mass and blessing of the animals in Paris] ; With Archbishop Dominique Philippe (Paris 15th)© Jean-Luc & Françoise Ziegler / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Feast of the Japanese Giant Salamander in Japan Yubara ; Procession of two floats, one with a male giant salamander and another one with a female.Feast of the Japanese Giant Salamander in Japan YubaraFeast of the Japanese Giant Salamander in Japan Yubara ; Procession of two floats, one with a male giant salamander and another one with a female.© Cyril Ruoso / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Boats filled with people on the Ganges in Varanasi IndiaBoats filled with people on the Ganges in Varanasi IndiaBoats filled with people on the Ganges in Varanasi India© Antoine Boureau / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Awareness day in the biological study of soil France ; The biological study of the ground, led by agronomists was conducted as part of the implementation of a school orchard. It has been a day of awareness for the Association Sentiers Fruitiers.Awareness day in the biological study of soil FranceAwareness day in the biological study of soil France ; The biological study of the ground, led by agronomists was conducted as part of the implementation of a school orchard. It has been a day of awareness for the Association Sentiers Fruitiers.© Denis Bringard / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Demonstration against shale gas in Ardeche FranceDemonstration against shale gas in Ardeche FranceDemonstration against shale gas in Ardeche France© Jean-Philippe Vantighem / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Carnival in Saint-Laurent-de-Cerdans Pyrenees-OrientalesCarnival in Saint-Laurent-de-Cerdans Pyrenees-OrientalesCarnival in Saint-Laurent-de-Cerdans Pyrenees-Orientales© Thierry Le Quay / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Ethiopian Christmas in Jalmada grounds in Addis Abeba ; Diginitaries from all aver the town join for the day religious festivities, including the Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church Abuna Paulos.Ethiopian Christmas in Jalmada grounds in Addis AbebaEthiopian Christmas in Jalmada grounds in Addis Abeba ; Diginitaries from all aver the town join for the day religious festivities, including the Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church Abuna Paulos.© Michel Laplace-Toulouse / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Crowd on the rink in Central Park in winter New YorkCrowd on the rink in Central Park in winter New YorkCrowd on the rink in Central Park in winter New York© Philippe Giraud / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Traffic and crowds on Fifth Avenue in New YorkTraffic and crowds on Fifth Avenue in New YorkTraffic and crowds on Fifth Avenue in New York© Philippe Giraud / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Common coots taking evasive during Marsh Harrier attackCommon coots taking evasive during Marsh Harrier attackCommon coots taking evasive during Marsh Harrier attack© Lee Dalton / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Free consultation in a village in IndiaFree consultation in a village in IndiaFree consultation in a village in India© Gil Chamberland / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Free consultation in a village in India

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Free consultation in a village in India

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Children playing on the tracks of Calcultta IndiaChildren playing on the tracks of Calcultta IndiaChildren playing on the tracks of Calcultta India© Gil Chamberland / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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On the track of Calcultta IndiaOn the track of Calcultta IndiaOn the track of Calcultta India© Gil Chamberland / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Bhils rally at the Festival of Baneshwar India ; Every year, in january or february, the bhil tribes are joigning together for the Baneswar fair. This place is at the confluence of the Mahi and Som rivers where the families throw the aches of their deads and purify in the waters.Bhils rally at the Festival of Baneshwar IndiaBhils rally at the Festival of Baneshwar India ; Every year, in january or february, the bhil tribes are joigning together for the Baneswar fair. This place is at the confluence of the Mahi and Som rivers where the families throw the aches of their deads and purify in the waters.© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Plant market Zoological and Botanical Garden Mulhouse Plant market Zoological and Botanical Garden Mulhouse Plant market Zoological and Botanical Garden Mulhouse © Claude Thouvenin / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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