Zanzibar fishermen

• Zanzibar fishermen

Zanzibar fishermen

A few years ago off the coast of Tanzania, fishermen caught coelacanth - an ancient fish thought to be extinct 70 million years ago. This is a small but scary-looking creature belongs to the genus lobe-finned fish that have the muscles at the base of the fin. Biologists believe that they first came onto land from the water.

In Zanzibar, a huge number of fishing villages. Also there are many tour operators who arrange for visiting exotic fishing for dorado or blue giant trevally. But local is just a job: heavy, boring and exhausting. Wives of fishermen also help husbands and take the catch for sale at the market ...

Zanzibar fishermen

Low tide. Boats lie on the bank

Zanzibar fishermen

The fishermen are engaged in repair:

Zanzibar fishermen

The big boats give birth to between two poles, so that they did not fail on his side:

Zanzibar fishermen

Around a lot of slime:

Zanzibar fishermen

Strolling along the beach, he saw a group of women with empty buckets and basins:

Zanzibar fishermen

According to an old Russian sign, this meeting does not portend anything good. However, we in Tanzania, then it certainly does not work:

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Women briskly walked to the boat, which had just came to the beach:

Zanzibar fishermen

I decided to go and see what could be so distribute:

Zanzibar fishermen

It turned out to a fishing boat with a catch:

Zanzibar fishermen

At the bottom in big bags lay small-fry, like a sprat:

Zanzibar fishermen

The fishermen scooped her drawers and piled women basins:

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Women suffered the catch to shore, and fishermen pulled nets for washing:

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Authentic action and in some ways even mystical:

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And this is another team with basins ready. Expect his boat in the shade:

Zanzibar fishermen

It is necessary to think, this little fish is sold on the local market and is worth a penny. At the same time, the organization of fishing for white people (with access to the sea and all of the terms) worth hundreds of dollars. Here's a justice.