Garifuna fisherman

Garifuna fisherman

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Credit: JIM WEST/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: Garifuna fisherman setting out in his canoe from the coast of the mainland of Central America to go spear fishing in the Caribbean Sea. The Garifuna people resulted from the intermingling of escaped West African slaves with natives of the West Indies. Photographed in in Hopkins Bay, near Hopkins, Belize.

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