Spear fishing, Malaysia

Spear fishing, Malaysia

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Caption: Spear fishing, Malaysia. Bajau sea gypsy spearfisherman freediving down to the seabed holding a home-made speargun, with his ourigger canoe on the surface above (top left). 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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