These women are catching fish in Pemba Bay, Mozambique. They have nets in their hands. However, this is not a fishing net. It is a mosquito net.
Even today, many people in Africa and other regions still suffer from malaria. One effective countermeasure is the use of "mosquito nets. These mosquito nets are sometimes used to catch fish.
Thus, fishing with fine mesh mosquito nets leads to the overfishing of even small juvenile fish, which leads to the destruction of the ecosystemfearThere are In addition, ingredients of insecticides applied to mosquito nets flow into waterways and affect the human bodypossibilityThere are also
There must be a lot of issues behind these problems.
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