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A young Vezo fisherman off the coast of Madagascar. The Vezo (the word means "people who fish") rely entirely on fishing, who for the past 2,000 years have been navigating the stretch of the Indian Ocean that separates Madagascar from the African continent in hand-carved pirogues like the one seen here.
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Young Vezo Fisherman