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Worker performing the maintenance of a wind turbine. New Caledonia.Worker performing the maintenance of a wind turbine. New Caledonia.Worker performing the maintenance of a wind turbine. New Caledonia.© Nicolas-Alain Petit / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Worker cleaning solar panels, New Caledonia.Worker cleaning solar panels, New Caledonia.Worker cleaning solar panels, New Caledonia.© Nicolas-Alain Petit / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Worker cleaning solar panels, New Caledonia.Worker cleaning solar panels, New Caledonia.Worker cleaning solar panels, New Caledonia.© Nicolas-Alain Petit / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Worker holding ferronickel shot in front of molten furnaces. New Caledonia. Ferronickel contains 23 to 27% nickel. It is used to produce high quality stainless steel.Worker holding ferronickel shot in front of molten furnaces. New Caledonia. Ferronickel contains 23 to 27% nickel. It is used to produce high quality stainless steel.Worker holding ferronickel shot in front of molten furnaces. New Caledonia. Ferronickel contains 23 to 27% nickel. It is used to produce high quality stainless steel.© Nicolas-Alain Petit / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Worker in a pearl farm - French Polynesia Worker in a pearl farm - French Polynesia Worker in a pearl farm - French Polynesia © Laurent Lhoté / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Worker in a pearl farm - French Polynesia Worker in a pearl farm - French Polynesia Worker in a pearl farm - French Polynesia © Laurent Lhoté / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Harvest Salad in a tunnel allotment France Harvest Salad in a tunnel allotment France Harvest Salad in a tunnel allotment France © Denis Bringard / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Worker on a construction site shipbreaking Bangladesh ; A worker entering the boat in the morning by using a ladder made ​​in-house. In other cases it also uses the string anchor. Falls from the pontoon boat or trying to access is a major cause of fatal accidents on construction sites.<br>On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Worker on a construction site shipbreaking BangladeshWorker on a construction site shipbreaking Bangladesh ; A worker entering the boat in the morning by using a ladder made ​​in-house. In other cases it also uses the string anchor. Falls from the pontoon boat or trying to access is a major cause of fatal accidents on construction sites.
On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.
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Worker on a construction site shipbreaking Bangladesh ; A worker

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Worker climbing a ladder by boat Bangladesh ; A worker entering the boat in the morning by using a scale home-made. In other cases it also uses the string anchor. Falls from the pontoon boat or trying to access is a major cause of fatal accidents on construction sites.<br>On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Worker climbing a ladder by boat BangladeshWorker climbing a ladder by boat Bangladesh ; A worker entering the boat in the morning by using a scale home-made. In other cases it also uses the string anchor. Falls from the pontoon boat or trying to access is a major cause of fatal accidents on construction sites.
On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.
© Pierre Torset / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Worker climbing a ladder by boat Bangladesh ; A worker entering

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Worker on a ship-breaking yard Bangladesh ; Once the various parts of the boat arrivals on the beach, they can be cut by workers using torches. In general, each cutter is assisted by a wizard.<br>On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Worker on a ship-breaking yard BangladeshWorker on a ship-breaking yard Bangladesh ; Once the various parts of the boat arrivals on the beach, they can be cut by workers using torches. In general, each cutter is assisted by a wizard.
On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.
© Pierre Torset / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Worker on a ship-breaking yard Bangladesh ; Once the various parts of the boat arrivals on the beach, they can be cut by workers using torches. In general, each cutter is assisted by a wizard.<br>On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Worker on a ship-breaking yard BangladeshWorker on a ship-breaking yard Bangladesh ; Once the various parts of the boat arrivals on the beach, they can be cut by workers using torches. In general, each cutter is assisted by a wizard.
On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.
© Pierre Torset / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Worker working in a shipbreaking yard Bangladesh  ; Before the workday, in the precarious allocated dormitories for workers.<br>On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Worker working in a shipbreaking yard Bangladesh Worker working in a shipbreaking yard Bangladesh  ; Before the workday, in the precarious allocated dormitories for workers.
On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.
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Worker working in a shipbreaking yard Bangladesh  ; Before the

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Feet of a construction worker in shipbreaking Bangladesh ; On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Feet of a construction worker in shipbreaking BangladeshFeet of a construction worker in shipbreaking Bangladesh ; On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.© Pierre Torset / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Feet of a construction worker in shipbreaking Bangladesh ; On

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Worker on a ship breaking yards in Bangladesh ; On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Worker on a ship breaking yards in BangladeshWorker on a ship breaking yards in Bangladesh ; On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.© Pierre Torset / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Worker on a ship breaking yards in Bangladesh ; On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Worker on a ship breaking yards in BangladeshWorker on a ship breaking yards in Bangladesh ; On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.© Pierre Torset / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Worker on a ship breaking yards in Bangladesh ; After a day's work.<br>On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Worker on a ship breaking yards in BangladeshWorker on a ship breaking yards in Bangladesh ; After a day's work.
On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.
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Worker on a ship breaking yards in Bangladesh ; After a day's

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Worker on a ship breaking yards in Bangladesh ; Using a shovel as much as his hands, a worker removes the mixture of oil residue and sludge accumulated in order to alleviate the tank ship, and thus allow the advantage of approaching the beach with a winch.<br>On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Worker on a ship breaking yards in BangladeshWorker on a ship breaking yards in Bangladesh ; Using a shovel as much as his hands, a worker removes the mixture of oil residue and sludge accumulated in order to alleviate the tank ship, and thus allow the advantage of approaching the beach with a winch.
On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.
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Worker on a ship-breaking yard Bangladesh ; Worker breaking a block of granite used as weights in the boats. His supervisor gave him glasses at the time of the photo.<br>On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Worker on a ship-breaking yard BangladeshWorker on a ship-breaking yard Bangladesh ; Worker breaking a block of granite used as weights in the boats. His supervisor gave him glasses at the time of the photo.
On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.
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Worker on a ship-breaking yard Bangladesh ; Worker breaking a

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Worker on a shipbreaking yards in Bangladesh ; Cutters metal plates on the shipbreaking yards.<br>On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Worker on a shipbreaking yards in BangladeshWorker on a shipbreaking yards in Bangladesh ; Cutters metal plates on the shipbreaking yards.
On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.
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Worker on a shipbreaking yards in Bangladesh ; Cutters metal

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On a shipbreaking yards in Bangladesh ; Using a shovel as much as his hands, a worker removes the mixture of oil residue and sludge accumulated in order to alleviate the tank ship, and thus allow the nearer to the beach with a winch. On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.On a shipbreaking yards in BangladeshOn a shipbreaking yards in Bangladesh ; Using a shovel as much as his hands, a worker removes the mixture of oil residue and sludge accumulated in order to alleviate the tank ship, and thus allow the nearer to the beach with a winch. On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.© Pierre Torset / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Basil drying Garden worker Aygalades Marseille FranceBasil drying Garden worker Aygalades Marseille FranceBasil drying Garden worker Aygalades Marseille France© Philippe Giraud / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Workers preparing the tar in a roadside VietnamWorkers preparing the tar in a roadside VietnamWorkers preparing the tar in a roadside Vietnam© Jean-François Mutzig / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Worker on a construction of a canal in Madagascar Worker on a construction of a canal in Madagascar Worker on a construction of a canal in Madagascar © Jean-François Mutzig / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Portrait of a worker near Morondava Madagascar ; He works to repair a roadPortrait of a worker near Morondava MadagascarPortrait of a worker near Morondava Madagascar ; He works to repair a road© Jean-François Mutzig / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Trout farming Worker in trout pondTrout farming Worker in trout pondTrout farming Worker in trout pond© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Worker working in a sawmill on Rio Branco Brazil ; In this sawmill, they work only some wood coming from forest managed permanently<br>FSC : Forest Stewardship CouncilWorker working in a sawmill on Rio Branco BrazilWorker working in a sawmill on Rio Branco Brazil ; In this sawmill, they work only some wood coming from forest managed permanently
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Home of seringueiros with a blister and a placard Brazil ; Placard reminds of program " light for all " thrown by the gourvernement Lula. In Brazil, the seringueiro is a worker loaded with the collection of latex.Home of seringueiros with a blister and a placard BrazilHome of seringueiros with a blister and a placard Brazil ; Placard reminds of program " light for all " thrown by the gourvernement Lula. In Brazil, the seringueiro is a worker loaded with the collection of latex.© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Crop of Brazil nuts by Seringueiros Brazil ; In Brazil the seringueiro is a worker loaded with the collection of latexCrop of Brazil nuts by Seringueiros BrazilCrop of Brazil nuts by Seringueiros Brazil ; In Brazil the seringueiro is a worker loaded with the collection of latex© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Seringueiro fabricating the flour of Manioc in the forestSeringueiro fabricating the flour of Manioc in the forestSeringueiro fabricating the flour of Manioc in the forest© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Meeting with a seringueiro in the forest in Brazil ; Leonardo Sobral, forested engineer in ONG Imaflora, is loaded with the certification of FSC of forests. In Brazil, the seringueiro is a worker loaded with the collection of latex.Meeting with a seringueiro in the forest in BrazilMeeting with a seringueiro in the forest in Brazil ; Leonardo Sobral, forested engineer in ONG Imaflora, is loaded with the certification of FSC of forests. In Brazil, the seringueiro is a worker loaded with the collection of latex.© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Meeting with a seringueiro in the forest in Brazil ; Leonardo

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Fire of forest undoubtedly caused by seringueiros ; In Brazil, the seringueiro is a worker loaded with the collection of latex.Fire of forest undoubtedly caused by seringueirosFire of forest undoubtedly caused by seringueiros ; In Brazil, the seringueiro is a worker loaded with the collection of latex.© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Tenderness between a worker and a female buffalo Italy Tenderness between a worker and a female buffalo Italy Tenderness between a worker and a female buffalo Italy © Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Tenderness between a worker and a female buffalo Italy 

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Worker pushing a table covered with mozzarella ; Manufacture of Mozzarella di Bufala Campana in Italy Worker pushing a table covered with mozzarellaWorker pushing a table covered with mozzarella ; Manufacture of Mozzarella di Bufala Campana in Italy © Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Worker lifting a piece of pate de mozzarella  ; Manufacture of Mozzarella di Bufala Campana in Italy Worker lifting a piece of pate de mozzarella Worker lifting a piece of pate de mozzarella  ; Manufacture of Mozzarella di Bufala Campana in Italy © Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Worker handling a roll of mozzarella ; Manufacture of Mozzarella di Bufala Campana in Italy Worker handling a roll of mozzarellaWorker handling a roll of mozzarella ; Manufacture of Mozzarella di Bufala Campana in Italy © Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Worker stirring pulp mozzarella in a barrel  ; Manufacture of Mozzarella di Bufala Campana in Italy Worker stirring pulp mozzarella in a barrel Worker stirring pulp mozzarella in a barrel  ; Manufacture of Mozzarella di Bufala Campana in Italy © Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Worker stirring pulp mozzarella in a barrel  ; Manufacture of Mozzarella di Bufala Campana in Italy Worker stirring pulp mozzarella in a barrel Worker stirring pulp mozzarella in a barrel  ; Manufacture of Mozzarella di Bufala Campana in Italy © Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Worker stirring pulp mozzarella in a barrel  ; Manufacture of Mozzarella di Bufala Campana in Italy Worker stirring pulp mozzarella in a barrel Worker stirring pulp mozzarella in a barrel  ; Manufacture of Mozzarella di Bufala Campana in Italy © Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Warehouse used for refrigerators ; Waste Treatment Center of Somergie. Metz. Moselle Warehouse used for refrigeratorsWarehouse used for refrigerators ; Waste Treatment Center of Somergie. Metz. Moselle © Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Laborer working in a room filled with computers  ; Waste Treatment Center of Somergie. Metz. Moselle Laborer working in a room filled with computers Laborer working in a room filled with computers  ; Waste Treatment Center of Somergie. Metz. Moselle © Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Worker to a treadmill in a disassembly workshop ; Waste Treatment Center of SomergieWorker to a treadmill in a disassembly workshopWorker to a treadmill in a disassembly workshop ; Waste Treatment Center of Somergie© Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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