Equatorial Guinea : Photos

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A Ghana fan cheers for the team during their 2015 African Cup of Nations Group C soccer match against Algeria in Mongomo January 23, 2015. (REUTERS/Mike Hutchings)




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3C-EGE Boeing 737-7FB(WL) BBJ Equatorial Guinea Government

c/n 33367/1189. At Geneva-Cointrin Airport.




Western Lowland Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla)

Kokamo and her baby Munroe Western Lowland Gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park located in the City of Escondido California U.S.A.

Since this photograph was taken in 2012 Munroe is now five years old.

Western gorillas are a critically endangered species. They have been plagued by exceptionally high levels of disease and hunting, which has resulted in a population decline of over sixty percent in the past 20 to 25 years.
In 2007, IUCN's status for western gorillas was changed from endangered to critically endangered. This change occurred when it was discovered that the main subspecies, the western lowland gorilla, had been devastated by the commercial bushmeat trade, the Ebola virus and the spread of logging, which alters forest structure and facilitates poaching. Their population has declined by more than 60 percent over the last 20 to 25 years, with about one-third of the total population found in protected areas affected by the Ebola virus in the last 15 years. Cross River gorillas are also subject to hunting and habitat loss due to forest conversion, and their current population is small and fragmented.




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Desembarcando los pescados de los cayucos.

Desembarcando los pescados de los cayucos. ©FAO/BernalVilela




Reunión de análisis y validación de resultados después de la misión

Reunión de análisis y validación de resultados después de la misión. ©FAO/BernalVilela




Realizando encuestas del consumo de pescado

Realizando encuestas del consumo de pescado. ©FAO/BernalVilela




Pescadores tirando del chinchorro desde el mar.

Pescadores tirando del chinchorro desde el mar. ©FAO/BernalVilela




Pescadores tirando la red en chicnchorro.

Pescadores tirando la red en chinchorro. ©FAO/BernalVilela




Mujer procesando pescado en Iyubu

Mujer procesando pescado en Iyubu ©FAO/BernalVilela




Cayuco para faenar con chinchorro. Milong-Milong

Cayuco para faenar ©FAO/BernalVilela




Llevando el pescado al mercado.

Llevando el pescado al mercado. ©FAO/BernalVilela




Preparando la verdura para la venta

Preparando la verdura para la venta ©FAO/Mometolo




Cosecha de berenjena local

Cosecha de berenjena local en Guinea Ecuatorial. ©FAO/Mometolo




Pescado salado puesto al sol

Pescado salado puesto al sol para secarse en Annobón. ©FAO/BernalVilela




Salando pescado en S. Antonio de Palea

Salando pescado en S. Antonio de Palea Guinea Ecuatorial.
©FAO/BernalVilela




Primera venta de pescados.

Primera venta de pescados. ©FAO/BernalVilela




Mujer procesadora de pescado en Iyubu

Mujer procesadora de pescado en Iyubu. ©FAO/BernalVilela




Plantación de ocro

Plantación de ocro
©FAO/Mometolo





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