Stock photography image - Making dry fish by the sea beach

Some fishes are left in the sunlight in the process of making dry fish. Dry fish is popular among local Bangladeshis and a bit expensive. While medium sized fishes turned red, the bigger fishes seem to be newly placed under the net.

 

 

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Making dry fish by the sea beach

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Contributor: Tasfin Atiq
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