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Fisherman on foot, harvesting shells, wearing a yoke with two buckets, Woman, Xiapu County, Fujiang Province, China
860-287127 - Fisherman on foot, harvesting shells, wearing a yoke with two buckets, Woman, Xiapu County, Fujiang Province, China
Fisherman on foot, harvesting shells, wearing a yoke with two buckets, Woman, Xiapu County, Fujiang Province, China
860-287125 - Fisherman on foot, harvesting shells, wearing a yoke with two buckets, Woman, Xiapu County, Fujiang Province, China
Traditional Sustainable Oyster Fishing, A man sorting oysters on a boat deck, Fal Estuary, Cornwall, England
1174-4355 - Traditional Sustainable Oyster Fishing, A man sorting oysters on a boat deck, Fal Estuary, Cornwall, England
Traditional Sustainable Oyster Fishing, a bucket full of oysters, Fal Estuary, Cornwall, England
1174-4361 - Traditional Sustainable Oyster Fishing, a bucket full of oysters, Fal Estuary, Cornwall, England
A fisherman working on a boat deck, sorting out oysters and other shellfish, Traditional sustainable oyster fishing on the River Fal, Fal Estuary, Cornwall, England
1174-4360 - A fisherman working on a boat deck, sorting out oysters and other shellfish, Traditional sustainable oyster fishing on the River Fal, Fal Estuary, Cornwall, England
Traditional Sustainable Oyster Fishing, River Fal, A fisherman tipping shells into the water, Fal Estuary, Cornwall, England
1174-4358 - Traditional Sustainable Oyster Fishing, River Fal, A fisherman tipping shells into the water, Fal Estuary, Cornwall, England
Traditional Sustainable Oyster Fishing, A fisherman opening a fishing creel on a boat deck, Fal Estuary, Cornwall, England
1174-4356 - Traditional Sustainable Oyster Fishing, A fisherman opening a fishing creel on a boat deck, Fal Estuary, Cornwall, England
Traditional sustainable oyster fishing, A fisherman on a sailing boat sorting the oyster catch , Fal Estuary, Cornwall, England
1174-4357 - Traditional sustainable oyster fishing, A fisherman on a sailing boat sorting the oyster catch , Fal Estuary, Cornwall, England
Night fishing on a squid, Japanese common squid or Japanese flying squid (Todarodes pacificus), Japan sea, Far East, Primorsky Krai, Russia
832-375053 - Night fishing on a squid, Japanese common squid or Japanese flying squid (Todarodes pacificus), Japan sea, Far East, Primorsky Krai, Russia
Vezo girl collecting squid in lagoon, Andavadoaka, Madagascar
1173-1556 - Vezo girl collecting squid in lagoon, Andavadoaka, Madagascar
Seashell hill, fishermen's waste on Cayo Crasqui Island, Islas Los Roques, Venezuela, Caribbean
832-326193 - Seashell hill, fishermen's waste on Cayo Crasqui Island, Islas Los Roques, Venezuela, Caribbean
Drying octopuses, Mykonos, Cyclades, Greece
832-227045 - Drying octopuses, Mykonos, Cyclades, Greece
Scallop shells in a basket in front of fishing boats and fishermen on the water, Mui Ne, Vietnam, Asia
832-221898 - Scallop shells in a basket in front of fishing boats and fishermen on the water, Mui Ne, Vietnam, Asia
Squid fishing boat.
981-64 - Squid fishing boat.
Squid fishing boat.
981-70 - Squid fishing boat.
Lobsters trapped in fishing net, Los Roques, Venezuela
1072-36 - Lobsters trapped in fishing net, Los Roques, Venezuela
Squid fishing boat.
981-58 - Squid fishing boat.
Squid fishing boat.
981-52 - Squid fishing boat.
Night fishery for Humbolt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) waters just outside Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico. MORE INFO: This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew.
979-5672 - Night fishery for Humbolt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) waters just outside Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico. MORE INFO: This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew.
Night fishery for Humbolt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) waters just outside Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico. MORE INFO: This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew.
979-5683 - Night fishery for Humbolt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) waters just outside Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico. MORE INFO: This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew.
Night fishery for Humbolt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) waters just outside Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico. This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew.    (rr)
979-3209 - Night fishery for Humbolt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) waters just outside Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico. This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew. (rr)
Night fishery for Humbolt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) waters just outside Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico. This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew.    (rr)
979-3206 - Night fishery for Humbolt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) waters just outside Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico. This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew. (rr)
Night fishery for Humbolt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) waters just outside Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico. MORE INFO: This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew.
979-5682 - Night fishery for Humbolt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) waters just outside Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico. MORE INFO: This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew.
Night fishery for Humbolt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) waters just outside Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico. This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew.
979-3208 - Night fishery for Humbolt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) waters just outside Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico. This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew.
Night fishery for Humbolt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) waters just outside Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico. This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew.
979-3207 - Night fishery for Humbolt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) waters just outside Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico. This panga fishery is the largest in Mexico, taking out some 100,000 metric tons of squid each year. This product is primarily sold to Korea and Japan. Fisherman receive roughly 20 pesos a kilo (about 10 cents a pound USD) for cleaned squid. A good night will yield one ton for a three man crew.
Scallops fishing, Bay of Saint-Brieuc, Cotes-dArmor, Bretagne, France
817-210647 - Scallops fishing, Bay of Saint-Brieuc, Cotes-dArmor, Bretagne, France
Jambiani beach, Fishermen, Zanzibar Island, Tanzania
817-35308 - Jambiani beach, Fishermen, Zanzibar Island, Tanzania
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