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Alexandria harbor: Fishing boats in the harbor, fisherman, fishing, fishery
Aquarium with fish 2: How it made
Romania, Danube Delta
Danube: Delta - landscape, fishermen's, animals: Delta - landscape, , animals: Delta - landscape, people, animals
Falkland Islands harbor: Harbor of fishery, fishing ship, man in the control room, checking datas, ferryboat, abandoned ship at the shore
Fisherman: Fishermen pulling the fishing net out of the sea, people fixing the fishing net on the shore, repair, fishery, fishing, fish
Fishing: Fishermen on the lake, preparation of the equipments before leaving
Marilyn Monroe: Fishing with Arthur Miller
Night nature of Ukraine: a river, riverside, branches of trees. Three fishermen cooking over an open fire.
Pearl hunting: Pearl divers in the sea, oysters on the shore, divers warming near fire
Radiation: Ship, unloading, fish, dock, cargo, radiation, measure, measurement, contaminated, fish market, trash, throw, customer
Russia, Astrakhan Oblast
Russia: Caviar fishermens in Astrakhan Oblast Astrakhan Oblast (Russian: Астраха́нская о́бласть, Astrakhanskaya oblast) is a federal subject of Russia (an oblast). Its administrative center is the city of Astrakhan. Caviar, sometimes black caviar, is a luxury delicacy, consisting of processed, salted, non-fertilized sturgeon roe. The roe can be "fresh" (non-pasteurized) or pasteurized, the latter having much less gastronomic and economic value. Traditionally the designation caviar is only used for sturgeon roe, namely from the wild sturgeon species from the Caspian Sea, in most cases from Russia or Iran (Beluga, Ossetra and Sevruga caviars). These caviar varieties, according to their quality (flavour, size, consistency and colour) can reach (February 2009) prices between € 6,000 and € 12,000 per kilo, and are associated with gourmet and Haute cuisine environments. Presently, depending on specific national laws, the name caviar may be used by a variety of far less expensive products, substitutes and imitations of caviar, such as salmon roe (sometimes called red caviar), trout roe, lumpfish roe, etc. However, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization, roe from any species not Acipenseriformes (including Acipenseridae, or sturgeon strictu sensu, and Polyodontidae, or paddlefish) are not caviar, but "substitutes of caviar".This position is also adopted by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, the World Wide Fund for Nature, the United States Customs Service, and the Republic of France. Caviar is commercially marketed worldwide as a delicacy and is eaten as a garnish or a spread; for example, with hors d'œuvres.
United Kingdom, Scotland
Scottish countryside: Coast, sea, hill, mountain, land, River Dee, flora, fauna, fishing, fisherman
00:00 - 00:10 Contamination FIR: Section 29 Subsection (2c) No person shall hold, or offer for sale, transport, process, or attempt to process any carcass of seal any portion thereof intended for human consumption unless the seal, after eviscreation and pelting, had not come in contact with surfaces where contamination may occur. 00:47 - 01:04 Dumping Unwanted Seals and Seal Parts 01:34 - 01:44 Killing seals for their sex organ The sealers found this animal floating in the water...it's genitals had been removed. 02:24 - 02:35 Killing pregnant females and whitecoat foetuses.
00:00 - 00:10 Contamination FIR: Section 29 Subsection (2c) No person shall hold, or offer for sale, transport, process, or attempt to process any carcass of seal any portion thereof intended for human consumption unless the seal, after eviscreation and pelting, had not come in contact with surfaces where contamination may occur. 00:47 - 01:04 Dumping Unwanted Seals and Seal Parts
01:34 - 01:44 Killing seals for their sex organ The sealers found this animal floating in the water...it's genitals had been removed.
killing seals on the ice, ship
1995 Seal Hunter's Home Video File
00:00 - 00:06 Shooting seals and leaving them to suffer. MMR: Part 1, Section 8 No person shall attempt to kill a marine mammal except in a manneer that is designed to kill it quickly. 01:20 - 01:31 Uncounted seals Many seals, like this one, are wounded but never recovered. 03:51 - 04:00 OR "GAFF" MMR: Part 4, Section 28 (1a-d) Noperson shall fish for seals in any of Sealing Aeras 5 to 33 except with: a) a round club made of hardwood... b)an instrument know as a hakapik... c) a rifle and bullets... d) a shotgun...
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