Spear fishing, Malaysia

Spear fishing, Malaysia

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Caption: Spear fishing, Malaysia. Bajau sea gypsy spearfisherman freediving and walking on the seabed hunting for fish with a home-made speargun. The Bajau people are born, live and die at sea, and are capable of diving to depths of 20 metres for several minutes, on just a single breath. They also have excellent underwater vision. Photographed off Mabul Island, Sabah, Malaysia.

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