Madagascan fishing community

Madagascan fishing community

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Credit: ALEXIS ROSENFELD/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Madagascan fishing community. Fisherman teaching boys how to mend fishing nets. These fisherfolk are from the Vezo, a semi-nomadic people found in the coastal regions of southern and western Madagascar. The Vezo sustain themselves by sea fishing along the coasts. Photographed in the village of Sarodrano, Madagascar.

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