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Pictured: A pair of workers repair thousands of metres of turquoise fishing nets before they head back out to sea. They painstakingly check the vast nets for any sign of damage or wear before knitting them back together. Once repaired, fishermen will use them to catch large shoals of anchovies off the coast of Vietnam. The nets are usually 300 to 500 metres wide, although some can be over 1,000 metres and can reach depths of 120 metres. SEE OUR COPY FOR FULL DETAILS. Please byline: Pham Hung/Solent News ? Pham Hung/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
2020-02-10
Pham Hung/Solent News & Photo Agency/Solent News/East News
Solent News
Pham Hung/Solent News & Photo Agency
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