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            Photo by Brent Stirton @brentstirton | Benin/Burkina Faso border, May 2019: Three mud-spattered young men emerge exhausted from a day of waist-deep mud fishing in a lake where fishing is banned for conservation reasons. The villagers of Sanjou live on the edge of Pendjari National Park, and they are permitted to engage in this fishing festival for only three days every three years. All the villagers bring nets and baskets, and within moments it’s a mud-soaked frenzy, with over 3,000 people in the water. Fishing camps are banned within the park and in border areas, as they often become poaching camps. Fish populations also desperately need
to recover from unrelenting commercial operations. The park employs locals for all its work as a means of compensation, and there seems to be understanding as a result. Pendjari anchors the transnational West-Arly–Pendjari reserve, which covers 35,000 square kilometers. This is the largest remaining intact ecosystem in West Africa and is still in a state of mismanagement. The nonprofit African Parks hopes to resolve that by initially addressing Pendjari while working alongside the government of Benin, which has invited the group in. This image is part of coverage for a story on @africanparksnetwork for an upcoming issue of @natgeo magazine.

Photo by Brent Stirton @brentstirton | Benin/Burkina Faso border, May 2019: Three mud-spattered young men emerge exhausted from a day of waist-deep mud fishing in a lake where fishing is banned for conservation reasons. The villagers of Sanjou live on the edge of Pendjari National Park, and they are permitted to engage in this fishing festival for only three days every three years. All the villagers bring nets and baskets, and within moments it’s a mud-soaked frenzy, with over 3,000 people in the water. Fishing camps are banned within the park and in border areas, as they often become poaching camps. Fish populations also desperately need to recover from unrelenting commercial operations. The park employs locals for all its work as a means of compensation, and there seems to be understanding as a result. Pendjari anchors the transnational West-Arly–Pendjari reserve, which covers 35,000 square kilometers. This is the largest remaining intact ecosystem in West Africa and is still in a state of mismanagement. The nonprofit African Parks hopes to resolve that by initially addressing Pendjari while working alongside the government of Benin, which has invited the group in. This image is part of coverage for a story on @africanparksnetwork for an upcoming issue of @natgeo magazine. #conservation #fishing #benin #fishing #africa

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Photos by Pete Muller @pete_k_muller | I rent a basic cottage at the river’s edge where the sounds of the Mathioya are always present. I follow John Ngaii Moses, a nimble man who, at the age of 57, moves across wet stones with a grace and confidence of someone younger. His life began at a time when the valley’s beauty was tainted by conflict and injustice. John was born in an internment camp above the river in the village of Kamuturi in 1961, during a period of “emergency law,” when British colonists interned tens of thousands of Kenyans as they sought to suppress an armed movement for independence. The story of his birth reminds me, as other situations have, that men can enact violence and cruelty even in the most serene of places. In the coming days I’m sharing photos and excerpts of an essay that appears in the August issue of @natgeo magazine. I travel a lot and people often ask about my favorite place. Without equivocation, it is the lush highlands of central Kenya. There is no place closer to my heart. Follow me @pete_k_muller for more observations of our world. #kenya #flyfishing #fishing #africa

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Photo by Pete Muller @pete_k_muller | It was to waters that I returned, nearly three decades later, in search of solace and connection. Between assignments, I began to drive out from the chaos of the capital of Nairobi, where I live, to the undulating hills that surround central Kenya’s Ragati and Mathioya Rivers. The slow-flowing Ragati drifts through protected indigenous forest, where a network of paths, used by humans, leopards, elephants, and buffalo, cut through lush vegetation. The Mathioya is a clear, impressive river that rushes through the heartland of Kenyan tea production, between the slopes of the Aberdares Mountains and the glacial peaks of Mount Kenya. Both rivers are home to populations of furtive brown and rainbow trout maintained through the stocking programs of the few nearby fishing clubs and lodges. In the coming days I’m sharing photos and excerpts of a written essay that appears in the current issue of @natgeo magazine. I travel a lot and people often ask about my favorite place. Without equivocation, it is the lush highlands of central Kenya. There is no place closer to my heart. #kenya #flyfishing #fishing #africa

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Photos by Pete Muller @pete_k_muller | As John and I traverse the river, I realize that our definitions of fly-fishing vary. John, like nearly all people who fish for sustenance rather than recreation, prefers to catch fish than spar with them, and so sometimes baits his line. His method is effective. But for my more meditative aims, I decide to pursue a slower, and far less fruitful, purist approach. John could teach me about the river, about its history and ecology, but the subtleties of technical fly-fishing would be my own to learn. Follow me @pete_k_muller for more stories and observations of our world. I’m sharing photos and excerpts of a written essay that appears in the current issue of @natgeo magazine. I travel a lot and people often ask about my favorite place. Without equivocation, it is the lush highlands of central Kenya. There is no place closer to my heart. #kenya #flyfishing #fishing #africa

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Photos by Pete Muller @pete_k_muller | So began a period of quiet study, through books and websites, trial and error, in this graceful, patient art. I made nearly a dozen trips to the rivers of central Kenya before feeling even a nibble from the trout below. But despite an initial lack of success, my excursions created both ease and excitement within me. As I’d walk and cast, and sit and write, I understood that the hooking of fish was but an excuse to explore and observe. To notice the sweet, enveloping scent of angel trumpets as the sun begins to set behind the hills. To watch pairs of black African ducks surf the current as midmorning sun chases out the mist. To once again consider things both bigger and smaller than me. And as the fish began to take my flies, I came to know that the river had given me more than I had initially asked for. I’d arrived in search of peace and pastime, a counterweight to the stresses in my life. But as I waded in the eddies, in a cathedral of mist and wood and leaves, I felt connected, as I did on the summer days of my childhood, when sand sharks and puffer fish made my heart beat with curiosity and wonder. Follow me @pete_k_muller for more reflections on the world and our place in it. #kenya #africa #flyfishing #fishing #travel

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            Photo by Ira Block @irablockphoto | A boater heads out in the  early morning fog on Inle Lake in Myanmar. This freshwater lake, in Shan state, is the second largest in the country, measuring about 13 miles long and 7 miles wide. It's home to the Intha fisherman, known for their "leg rowing" and conical fishing nets. Besides fishing, the lake supports unusual activities, like farming on floating islands and a textile industry that creates cloth from the stems of the lotus plant. Villages on the lake are made up of homes built on stilts that are connected by bamboo walkways.

Photo by Ira Block @irablockphoto | A boater heads out in the early morning fog on Inle Lake in Myanmar. This freshwater lake, in Shan state, is the second largest in the country, measuring about 13 miles long and 7 miles wide. It's home to the Intha fisherman, known for their "leg rowing" and conical fishing nets. Besides fishing, the lake supports unusual activities, like farming on floating islands and a textile industry that creates cloth from the stems of the lotus plant. Villages on the lake are made up of homes built on stilts that are connected by bamboo walkways. #followme @irablockphoto to see more images from the world. #inlelake #myanmar #fishing #irablock

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Photo by Pete Muller @pete_k_muller | Fly-fishing, with its knot-tying, wading, and rhythmic casting, embodied a type of artistry that seemed a meditative antidote to the chaos I’d photographed in recent years. I hadn't cast a fishing line since the age of 10 or so, when I used bait and lures to fish the Atlantic waters that surrounded the places I lived as a child, first along the coast of New Jersey and, later, in Massachusetts. My mother’s boyfriend at the time taught me the basics. He was a large, avuncular man who’d been an interrogator in the Special Forces, an experience that left him with his own scars. As he affixed lures to his line, he explained that he could handle little more than fishing and taking photographs, the latter his chosen profession after leaving the military. At dusk along the jetties, his hand resting comfortably on the rod, he seemed at ease. In the coming days I’m sharing photos and excerpts of a written essay that appears in the current issue of @natgeo magazine. I travel a lot and people often ask about my favorite place. Without equivocation, it is the lush highlands of central #kenya. There is no place closer to my heart. #kenya #africa #flyfishing #fishing

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            Photo by Hannah Reyes Morales @hannahreyesmorales | A gray day out at sea was lit up by this spear fisherman. I've met some remarkable small-scale fisherfolk out here in the islands of the Philippines. For our archipelago, located in the center of the world's marine biodiversity, fishing is a way of life for many coastal communities. They know the language of the sea, they help scientists identify species of fish, they understand weather patterns intimately by looking out into the horizon. They are also among the first to witness the devastation happening in our oceans. Follow me @hannahreyesmorales for more stories from the

Photo by Hannah Reyes Morales @hannahreyesmorales | A gray day out at sea was lit up by this spear fisherman. I've met some remarkable small-scale fisherfolk out here in the islands of the Philippines. For our archipelago, located in the center of the world's marine biodiversity, fishing is a way of life for many coastal communities. They know the language of the sea, they help scientists identify species of fish, they understand weather patterns intimately by looking out into the horizon. They are also among the first to witness the devastation happening in our oceans. Follow me @hannahreyesmorales for more stories from the #philippines, and beyond. #Surigao #fishing

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            Photo by @CristinaMittermeier | A tangle of blue netting blankets the ground as small-scale fishermen mend their nets. With a significant decrease in high-value fish in the area, it can be difficult to get a fair day’s catch. However, with an annual two-month-long fishing ban in place by the government of Tamil Nadu, the waters are, for a short period of time, free of mechanized trawlers. This may allow fish stocks to recover enough so that fishermen can return to their humble boats, in hopes of catching more than a handful of fish a day. Overfishing, pollution, and climate change have all diminished fish stocks upon which these men depend. Extended bans and better management are imperative to prevent a complete collapse.

Photo by @CristinaMittermeier | A tangle of blue netting blankets the ground as small-scale fishermen mend their nets. With a significant decrease in high-value fish in the area, it can be difficult to get a fair day’s catch. However, with an annual two-month-long fishing ban in place by the government of Tamil Nadu, the waters are, for a short period of time, free of mechanized trawlers. This may allow fish stocks to recover enough so that fishermen can return to their humble boats, in hopes of catching more than a handful of fish a day. Overfishing, pollution, and climate change have all diminished fish stocks upon which these men depend. Extended bans and better management are imperative to prevent a complete collapse. #followme at @CristinaMittermeier and explore my feed for more photos of communities whose health is linked to that of our oceans. #india #fishing #ocean #community #photography

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Going with the flow 🐟 how crazy is this video 🤯 These little anchovies took shelter by hiding under the boat - just adding a few short-lived seconds of safety from the ravenous common dolphins. Video and caption by @seataceans • • • • #anchovies #fish #fishing #whales #whalewatching #discoverocean #pacific #oceans #wildlifephotography #Gopro #nature #wildcalifornia #newportbeach #diving #Gopro #california #newportbeach #Newport #cali #usa #visualsofearth #conservation

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            Xiphactinus fossil at Natural History Museum in Kansas

Xiphactinus (from Latin and Greek for "sword-ray") was a genus of large (4.5 to 6 metres (15 to 20 ft)) predatory marine bony fish that lived during the Late Cretaceous (Albian to Maastrichtian). When alive, the fish would have resembled a gargantuan, fanged tarpon (to which it was, however, not related). The species Portheus molossus described by Cope is a junior synonym of X. audax. Skeletal remains of Xiphactinus have come from the Carlile Shale and Greenhorn Limestone of Kansas (where the first Xiphactinus fossil was discovered during the 1850s in the Niobrara Chalk), and Cretaceous formations all over the East Coast (most notably Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, and New Jersey) in the United States, as well as Europe, Australia, the Kanguk and Ashville Formations of Canada, and La Luna Formation of Venezuela.
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Xiphactinus fossil at Natural History Museum in Kansas Xiphactinus (from Latin and Greek for "sword-ray") was a genus of large (4.5 to 6 metres (15 to 20 ft)) predatory marine bony fish that lived during the Late Cretaceous (Albian to Maastrichtian). When alive, the fish would have resembled a gargantuan, fanged tarpon (to which it was, however, not related). The species Portheus molossus described by Cope is a junior synonym of X. audax. Skeletal remains of Xiphactinus have come from the Carlile Shale and Greenhorn Limestone of Kansas (where the first Xiphactinus fossil was discovered during the 1850s in the Niobrara Chalk), and Cretaceous formations all over the East Coast (most notably Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, and New Jersey) in the United States, as well as Europe, Australia, the Kanguk and Ashville Formations of Canada, and La Luna Formation of Venezuela. . . Visit our website 📲 💻 www.paleontologyworld.com ✔ for more info. . . Biggest Paleontology fan page on Facebook, with over 277,000 Followers! . 📍Science 📍Curiosities 📍PaleoArt 📍Funny Stuff . 💻 Facebook ▶Paleontology ⌨ . 💻 Instagram ▶@paleontologyworld_com . 🚨 Activate Post Notifications! 🚨 . 🔴 Don't Forget to Double Tap & Tag Your Friends. 👫 . 💻 YouTube ▶ Paleontology World . 💻 Pinterest ▶ Paleontology World . . 🚫 ATTENTION! 🚫 Spammers, Vulgar or Offending language in the Comment Section will be dealt with Permanent Ban without prior warning. . . #xiphactinus #paleontology #paleontologia #prehistoric #dinosaur #dinosaurs #dinosaurios #Dinosaurier #dinosauri #dinomite #dinosaurio #dinosaure #dinossauro #skeleton #museum #fossils #europe #australia #venezuela #kansas #science #trex #tyrannosaurusrex #jurassicpark #jurassicworld #cretaceus #Canada #fisheye #fishing #fish

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            Indignación, rabia y tristeza 😡😥 Eso es lo que ha causado la emisión de una resolución que regula la cuota de pesca artesanal en Colombia para el 2020. La medida del Ministerio de Agricultura (que ya se había emitido en el pasado) autoriza en el mar caribe la pesca de 125 toneladas de tiburón, de las cuales 5,2 corresponden a aletas y 350 toneladas de tiburón en el Pacífico. 🦈 📷: EFE

Indignación, rabia y tristeza 😡😥 Eso es lo que ha causado la emisión de una resolución que regula la cuota de pesca artesanal en Colombia para el 2020. La medida del Ministerio de Agricultura (que ya se había emitido en el pasado) autoriza en el mar caribe la pesca de 125 toneladas de tiburón, de las cuales 5,2 corresponden a aletas y 350 toneladas de tiburón en el Pacífico. 🦈 📷: EFE #tiburones #shark #ambiente #environment #animales #animal #animals #pesca #fishing #Colombia #Océano #ocean #mar #sea

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            Africa, Somalia, Mogadishu. 10/10/2015. A man carries a shark through the streets of Mogadishu. A recent escalation of plunders of Somali waters by foreign fishing vessels could mean the return of hijackings, locals warn.

The country's waters have been exploited by illegal fisheries and the economic infrastructure that once provided jobs has been ravaged.

Photographer: Born in Parma in 1976, Marco Gualazzini began his career as a photographer in 2004, with his home town’s local daily, La Gazzetta di Parma. His works include reportage photography on microfinance in India, on the freedom of expression in Myanmar, on the discrimination of minorities in Pakistan. 
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Africa, Somalia, Mogadishu. 10/10/2015. A man carries a shark through the streets of Mogadishu. A recent escalation of plunders of Somali waters by foreign fishing vessels could mean the return of hijackings, locals warn. The country's waters have been exploited by illegal fisheries and the economic infrastructure that once provided jobs has been ravaged. Photographer: Born in Parma in 1976, Marco Gualazzini began his career as a photographer in 2004, with his home town’s local daily, La Gazzetta di Parma. His works include reportage photography on microfinance in India, on the freedom of expression in Myanmar, on the discrimination of minorities in Pakistan. For the last few years he has been covering Africa extensively. He devised and took part in the creation of a documentary for the Italian national TV network RAI on the caste system in India, which has been selected at IDFA- The International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, and has been awarded with the Best Camera Work Award at the Aljazeera International Documentary Film Festival 2014. Gualazzini published in national and international titles and he has received numerous accolades, including the Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography Recipient in 2013, the PDN and the World Press Photo. @marcogualazzini Marco Gualazzini | Ir Images #africa #Somali #fishing #economic #everydayafrica #reportagespotlight #photooftheday #exposure #composition #moment #photojournalism #people

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The biggest known Mawsonia specimen from Egypt and the new find from Brazil.

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Mawsonia was a genus of prehistoric coelacanth fish, and the largest of this group, up to 4 meters long. It lived during the Cretaceous period (Albian and Cenomanian stages, about 99 to 112 million years ago). Fossils have been found in the Tegana and Aoufous Formations of Morocco, the Continental Intercalaire Formation of Algeria and Tunisia and the Ain el Guettar Formation of Tunisia, Africa, the Babouri Figuil Basin of Cameroon and the Bahia Group and Alcântara and Missão Velha Formations of Brazil, South America. Mawsonia was first described by British palaeontologist Arthur Smith Woodward in 1907.
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New Mawsonia 🐟 The biggest known Mawsonia specimen from Egypt and the new find from Brazil. By Hyrotrioskjan on DeviantART 〰 Mawsonia was a genus of prehistoric coelacanth fish, and the largest of this group, up to 4 meters long. It lived during the Cretaceous period (Albian and Cenomanian stages, about 99 to 112 million years ago). Fossils have been found in the Tegana and Aoufous Formations of Morocco, the Continental Intercalaire Formation of Algeria and Tunisia and the Ain el Guettar Formation of Tunisia, Africa, the Babouri Figuil Basin of Cameroon and the Bahia Group and Alcântara and Missão Velha Formations of Brazil, South America. Mawsonia was first described by British palaeontologist Arthur Smith Woodward in 1907. . . Visit our website 📲 💻 www.paleontologyworld.com ✔ for more info. . . Biggest Paleontology fan page on Facebook, with over 277,000 Followers! . 📍Science 📍Curiosities 📍PaleoArt 📍Funny Stuff . 💻 Facebook ▶Paleontology ⌨ . 💻 Instagram ▶@paleontologyworld_com . 🚨 Activate Post Notifications! 🚨 . 🔴 Don't Forget to Double Tap & Tag Your Friends. 👫 . 💻 YouTube ▶ Paleontology World . 💻 Pinterest ▶ Paleontology World . . 🚫 ATTENTION! 🚫 Spammers, Vulgar or Offending language in the Comment Section will be dealt with Permanent Ban without prior warning. . . #mawsonia #paleontology #paleontologia #prehistoric #dinosaur #dinosaurs #dinosaurios #Dinosaurier #dinosauri #dinomite #dinosaurio #dinosaure #dinossauro #coelacanth #human #fossils #egypt #Brazil #Brasil #photo #science #trex #tyrannosaurusrex #jurassicpark #jurassicworld #cretaceus #africa #fisheye #fishing #fish

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            Cát Bà Archipelago, Vietnam. 20°44'12.0"N, 107°03'44.0"E.
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Cát Bà Archipelago, Vietnam. 20°44'12.0"N, 107°03'44.0"E. • “Cát Bà Archipelago in northern Vietnam. It is made up of 367 islands that span 100 square miles (260 sq. km) in the southeastern edge of Lan Ha Bay. The largest island — also called Cát Bà — has roughly 13,000 inhabitants, with an additional 4,000 people living on floating fishing villages off the coast.” • Like what I share? Curating this page demands a huge effort. Help me keep my work, buy me a coffee via paypal: ko-fi.com/fanmaps (link in my bio). • Help us grow our community: Tell a friend about our page! • Source imagery: @rcrdb Via: @dailyoverview • #map #world #country #population #cartography #geography #earth #globe #people #planet #history #economy #island #archipelago #Vietnam #VietnamWar #asia #water #sea #ocean #nature #fishing #trump #war #southestasia

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Warga Desa Bakung Permai, Kalimantan Barat, melakukan panen ikan tapah di Sungai Nerian, Rabu (30/10). Hasilnya, warga berhasil menangkap ratusan ikan air tawar tersebut. Bahkan, dua di antaranya memiliki berat setara dengan manusia, yakni 54 dan 56 kilogram. Untuk menangkap ikan tapah, mereka mengenakan alat tradisional berupa kujor atau biasa disebut tombak.⁠ -⁠ Konten ini merupakan partner resmi 1001 Media Online kumparan, @hipontianak⁠ -⁠ Simak selengkapnya dengan klik link di bio, atau download aplikasi kumparan di App Store dan Google Play.⁠⠀⁠ -⁠⠀⁠ #kumparanNEWS #ikan #mancing #kalimantan #kalbar #ikansungai #fishing #trendingtopic #info #videoviral #videooftheday #beritahariini #berita #beritaterkini #terbaru #indonesia #viral #news #like4like #instalike #Repost #instadaily #instanews #instavideo #kumparan