Locals Pioneer Safer Fishing to Protect Seas Off Madagascar

Deep sea diving for the worm-like marine animals - a delicacy selling for hundreds of dollars in Asia - can lead to death, injury or paralysis, but many young men in the Indian Ocean island say they have no other means of survival, writes Nicky Milne for Thomson Reuters Foundation.


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A sea cucumber farmer tends her pen in Tampalove, southern Madagascar, February 19, 2018.

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