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CHILE-FISH/
RTS5NPFJ 
February 20, 2022 
A view of dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Thousands of dead anchovies on the shores of Coliumo 
A view of dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez 
CHILE-FISH/
RTS5NPE1 
February 20, 2022 
A dog takes a dead anchovy washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Thousands of dead anchovies on the shores of Coliumo 
A dog takes a dead anchovy washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez 
CHILE-FISH/
RTS5NPE2 
February 20, 2022 
Workers remove dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Thousands of dead anchovies on the shores of Coliumo 
Workers remove dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez 
CHILE-FISH/
RTS5NPDX 
February 20, 2022 
A view of dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Thousands of dead anchovies on the shores of Coliumo 
A view of dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez 
CHILE-FISH/
RTS5NPDW 
February 20, 2022 
Workers remove dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Thousands of dead anchovies on the shores of Coliumo 
Workers remove dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez 
CHILE-FISH/
RTS5NPDV 
February 20, 2022 
A worker removes dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Thousands of dead anchovies on the shores of Coliumo 
A worker removes dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez 
CHILE-FISH/
RTS5NPDU 
February 20, 2022 
A worker removes dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Thousands of dead anchovies on the shores of Coliumo 
A worker removes dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez 
CHILE-FISH/
RTS5NPDR 
February 20, 2022 
Workers remove dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Thousands of dead anchovies on the shores of Coliumo 
Workers remove dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez 
CHILE-FISH/
RTS5NPDP 
February 20, 2022 
A woman walks next to thousands of dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion,... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Thousands of dead anchovies on the shores of Coliumo 
A woman walks next to thousands of dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez 
CHILE-FISH/
RTS5NPDM 
February 20, 2022 
A worker removes dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Thousands of dead anchovies on the shores of Coliumo 
A worker removes dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
CHILE-FISH/
RTS5NPDL 
February 20, 2022 
A worker removes dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Thousands of dead anchovies on the shores of Coliumo 
A worker removes dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez 
CHILE-FISH/
RTS5NPCC 
February 20, 2022 
A worker removes dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Thousands of dead anchovies on the shores of Coliumo 
A worker removes dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez 
CHILE-FISH/
RTS5NPCB 
February 20, 2022 
A woman holds up a dead anchovy washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Thousands of dead anchovies on the shores of Coliumo 
A woman holds up a dead anchovy washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez 
CHILE-FISH/
RTS5NPC7 
February 20, 2022 
A local resident uses a mobile phone to record dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Thousands of dead anchovies on the shores of Coliumo 
A local resident uses a mobile phone to record dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez 
CHILE-FISH/
RTS5NPC6 
February 20, 2022 
A view of dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Thousands of dead anchovies on the shores of Coliumo 
A view of dead anchovies washed up on the shores of the Coliumo beach near Concepcion, Chile February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez 
CHINA-LAKE/
RTS2VKUM 
December 20, 2019 
On Jan. 1 2020, China will ban fishing in environmentally sensitive regions along the Yangtze, China's... 
Jiujiang, China 
The Wider Image: Fishermen cry foul as China bids to fix drought-hit lake 
On Jan. 1 2020, China will ban fishing in environmentally sensitive regions along the Yangtze, China's longest river, and by the start of 2021, fishing throughout the Poyang itself will be prohibited for at least 10 years. Fan, who has worked half his life on the lake, said he and as many as 100,000 other fishermen were being unfairly blamed for mounting local environmental problems and must now find other ways to make a living. "Our sources of income have been cut off. We don't have anything else," he said. "To be honest, we shouldn't be collecting the coins at all because they are owned by the state, but it is only a tiny amount." The government says excessive fishing has brought stocks down to perilously low levels and put endangered species under threat, including China's last surviving river mammal, the Yangtze finless porpoise. But the Poyang, described by President Xi Jinping as a vital "kidney" filtering the water supplies of 40% of China's population, has also been hurt by intensive sand mining, untreated wastewater and the impact of the giant Three Gorges Dam some 560km (350 miles) upstream. Water in the Poyang, which spills off from the middle reaches of the Yangtze River in Jiangxi province, routinely declines in winter. But the lake is now at its lowest in 60 years. With little rain since July, hundreds of shrivelled anchovies and tiny shellfish have been baked into the exposed shoreline flats. REUTERS/Aly Song SEARCH "POYANG LAKE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching Text: CHINA-LAKE/ TEMPLATE OUT 
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKMM 
November 02, 2018 
View of a warehouse at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s... 
Matosinhos, Portugal 
View of a warehouse at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos 
View of a warehouse at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKMB 
November 02, 2018 
A view of cans in a deposit at Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018.... 
Matosinhos, Portugal 
A view of cans in a deposit at Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos 
A view of cans in a deposit at Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKM4 
November 02, 2018 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s... 
Matosinhos, Portugal 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKLS 
November 02, 2018 
Fish fillets are seen at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018.... 
Matosinhos, Portugal 
Fish fillets are seen at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos 
Fish fillets are seen at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKLC 
November 02, 2018 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s... 
Matosinhos, Portugal 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKL2 
November 02, 2018 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s... 
Matosinhos, Portugal 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKKI 
November 02, 2018 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s... 
Matosinhos, Portugal 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
OCEANS-TIDE/SARDINES
RTX6H5UE 
October 30, 2018 
Anchovies are seen after being removed from the boat at the port of Matosinhos in Portugal, May 29, 2018.... 
Matosinhos, Portugal 
Anchovies are seen after being removed from the boat at the port of Matosinhos in Portugal 
Anchovies are seen after being removed from the boat at the port of Matosinhos in Portugal, May 29, 2018. Picture taken May 29, 2018. To match Special Report OCEANS-TIDE/SARDINES REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
 GLOBAL-FISH/
RTX6GZRG 
October 29, 2018 
Anchovies are pictured in icy waters at a fish market in Mumbai, India, October 29, 2018. REUTERS/Francis... 
Mumbai, India 
Anchovies are pictured in icy waters at a fish market in Mumbai 
Anchovies are pictured in icy waters at a fish market in Mumbai, India, October 29, 2018. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas 
TURKEY-ECONOMY/LIRA-OFFERS
RTSUWLR 
December 06, 2016 
Senol Kurt works at his stall at a fish market in Ankara, Turkey, December 6, 2016. The sign reads, "1KG... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Senol Kurt works at his stall at a fish market in Ankara 
Senol Kurt works at his stall at a fish market in Ankara, Turkey, December 6, 2016. The sign reads, "1KG anchovy free for people who exchange 100 Dollars or more to Turkish Lira." REUTERS/Umit Bektas 
TURKEY-ECONOMY/LIRA-OFFERS
RTSUWLD 
December 06, 2016 
Senol Kurt works at his stall at a fish market in Ankara, Turkey, December 6, 2016. The sign reads that:... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Senol Kurt works at his stall at a fish market in Ankara 
Senol Kurt works at his stall at a fish market in Ankara, Turkey, December 6, 2016. The sign reads that: " 1 kg anchovy is free for people who exchanged 100 Dollars or more to Turkish lira." REUTERS/Umit Bektas 
PERU-FISHING/
RTR4VIM1 
March 30, 2015 
Fish for sale are seen at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March... 
Lima, Peru 
Fish for sale are seen at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima 
Fish for sale are seen at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March 30, 2015. The Ministry of Production formalized the start of the first industrial anchovy fishing season in the north-central zone from April 10. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-FISHING/
RTR4VIM0 
March 30, 2015 
A man sells fish at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March 30, 2015.... 
Lima, Peru 
Man sells fish at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima 
A man sells fish at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March 30, 2015. The Ministry of Production formalized the start of the first industrial anchovy fishing season in the north-central zone from April 10. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-FISHING/
RTR4VILY 
March 30, 2015 
Fish for sale are seen at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March... 
Lima, Peru 
Fish for sale are seen at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima 
Fish for sale are seen at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March 30, 2015. The Ministry of Production formalized the start of the first industrial anchovy fishing season in the north-central zone from April 10. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-FISHING/
RTR4VILJ 
March 30, 2015 
A woman sells fish at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March 30,... 
Lima, Peru 
Woman sells fish at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima 
A woman sells fish at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March 30, 2015. The Ministry of Production formalized the start of the first industrial anchovy fishing season in the north-central zone from April 10. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-FISHING/
RTR4VILH 
March 30, 2015 
Fish for sale are seen at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March... 
Lima, Peru 
Fish for sale are seen at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima 
Fish for sale are seen at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March 30, 2015. The Ministry of Production formalized the start of the first industrial anchovy fishing season in the north-central zone from April 10. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-FISHING/
RTR4VILG 
March 30, 2015 
A woman sells fish at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March 30,... 
Lima, Peru 
Woman sells fish at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima 
A woman sells fish at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March 30, 2015. The Ministry of Production formalized the start of the first industrial anchovy fishing season in the north-central zone from April 10. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-FISHING/
RTR4VIL2 
March 30, 2015 
A man carries a fish to a refrigerator truck at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts... 
Lima, Peru 
Man carries a fish to a refrigerator truck at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts... 
A man carries a fish to a refrigerator truck at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March 30, 2015. The Ministry of Production formalized the start of the first industrial anchovy fishing season in the north-central zone from April 10. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-FISHING/
RTR4VIL0 
March 30, 2015 
A man sells fish at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March 30, 2015.... 
Lima, Peru 
Man sells fish at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima 
A man sells fish at the fish market of Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March 30, 2015. The Ministry of Production formalized the start of the first industrial anchovy fishing season in the north-central zone from April 10. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
SPAIN-FOOD/
RTR4O8Z7 
February 04, 2015 
A man takes an anchovy during the Madrid Fusion XIIIth International Summit of Gastronomy in Madrid February... 
Madrid, Spain 
A man takes an anchovy during the Madrid Fusion XIIIth International Summit of Gastronomy in Madrid 
A man takes an anchovy during the Madrid Fusion XIIIth International Summit of Gastronomy in Madrid February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY) 
FUKUSHIMA-FISHERMEN/
RTX106UA 
May 31, 2013 
A laboratory technician chops an anchovy, which was caught close to the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi... 
KORIYAMA, Japan 
A laboratory technician chops an anchovy, preparing it for cesium testing at Fukushima Agricultural Technology... 
A laboratory technician chops an anchovy, which was caught close to the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, while preparing it for cesium testing at Fukushima Agricultural Technology Centre in Koriyama, Fukushima prefecture May 28, 2013. Commercial fishing has been banned near the tsunami-crippled nuclear complex since the March 2011 tsunami and earthquake. The only fishing that still takes place is for contamination research, and is carried out by small-scale fishermen contracted by the government. Picture taken May 28, 2013. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)

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CHILE/
RTXZ1DE 
April 26, 2013 
The wife of an unemployed fisherman cooks on a makeshift stove near unused fishing equipment at "Caleta... 
Concepcion, Chile 
The wife of an unemployed fisherman cooks on a makeshift stove near unused fishing equipment at "Caleta... 
The wife of an unemployed fisherman cooks on a makeshift stove near unused fishing equipment at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion city, some 500 km (311 miles) south of Santiago, April 25, 2013. A rapidly declining stock of sardines and anchovies for the first time in 30 years due to overfishing and climate change has threatened livelihoods in the local artisanal fishing industry, affecting more than 6,000 people. Authorities are seeking ways to help fishing unions in the Bio Bio region tide over their losses this year, which have amounted to about $12 billion pesos ($25.5 million), according to local media. Picture taken April 25, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra (CHILE - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS EMPLOYMENT) 
CHILE/
RTXZ1DD 
April 26, 2013 
Unemployed fishermen gather on a boat at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion city,... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Unemployed fishermen gather on a boat at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion city... 
Unemployed fishermen gather on a boat at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion city, some 500 km (311 miles) south of Santiago, April 24, 2013. A rapidly declining stock of sardines and anchovies for the first time in 30 years due to overfishing and climate change has threatened livelihoods in the local artisanal fishing industry, affecting more than 6,000 people. Authorities are seeking ways to help fishing unions in the Bio Bio region tide over their losses this year, which have amounted to about $12 billion pesos ($25.5 million), according to local media. Picture taken April 24, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra (CHILE - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS EMPLOYMENT) 
CHILE/
RTXZ1DC 
April 26, 2013 
An unemployed fisherman smokes a cigarette on the shores of "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay... 
Concepcion, Chile 
An unemployed fisherman smokes on the shores of "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion... 
An unemployed fisherman smokes a cigarette on the shores of "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion city, some 500 km (311 miles) south of Santiago, April 25, 2013. A rapidly declining stock of sardines and anchovies for the first time in 30 years due to overfishing and climate change has threatened livelihoods in the local artisanal fishing industry, affecting more than 6,000 people. Authorities are seeking ways to help fishing unions in the Bio Bio region tide over their losses this year, which have amounted to about $12 billion pesos ($25.5 million), according to local media. Picture taken April 25, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra (CHILE - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS EMPLOYMENT) 
CHILE/
RTXZ1DA 
April 26, 2013 
A religious statue of Saint Peter, the patron saint of fishermen, is pictured as unemployed fishermen... 
Concepcion, Chile 
A religious statue of Saint Peter, the patron saint of fishermen, is pictured as unemployed fishermen... 
A religious statue of Saint Peter, the patron saint of fishermen, is pictured as unemployed fishermen walk on the streets at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion city, some 500 km (311 miles) south of Santiago, April 24, 2013. A rapidly declining stock of sardines and anchovies for the first time in 30 years due to overfishing and climate change has threatened livelihoods in the local artisanal fishing industry, affecting more than 6,000 people. Authorities are seeking ways to help fishing unions in the Bio Bio region tide over their losses this year, which have amounted to about $12 billion pesos ($25.5 million), according to local media. Picture taken April 24, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra (CHILE - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT RELIGION ANIMALS) 
CHILE/
RTXZ1D6 
April 26, 2013 
A cat is pictured near unused fishing boats at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion... 
Concepcion, Chile 
A cat is pictured near unused fishing boats at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion... 
A cat is pictured near unused fishing boats at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion city, some 500 km (311 miles) south of Santiago, April 25, 2013. A rapidly declining stock of sardines and anchovies for the first time in 30 years due to overfishing and climate change has threatened livelihoods in the local artisanal fishing industry, affecting more than 6,000 people. Authorities are seeking ways to help fishing unions in the Bio Bio region tide over their losses this year, which have amounted to about $12 billion pesos ($25.5 million), according to local media. Picture taken April 25, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra (CHILE - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS EMPLOYMENT) 
CHILE/
RTXZ1D5 
April 26, 2013 
Unemployed fishermen gather in front of the closed shutters of a shop at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Unemployed fishermen gather in front of the closed shutters of a shop at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small... 
Unemployed fishermen gather in front of the closed shutters of a shop at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion city, some 500 km (311 miles) south of Santiago, April 24, 2013. A rapidly declining stock of sardines and anchovies for the first time in 30 years due to overfishing and climate change has threatened livelihoods in the local artisanal fishing industry, affecting more than 6,000 people. Authorities are seeking ways to help fishing unions in the Bio Bio region tide over their losses this year, which have amounted to about $12 billion pesos ($25.5 million), according to local media. Picture taken April 24, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra (CHILE - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS EMPLOYMENT) 
CHILE/
RTXZ1D2 
April 26, 2013 
Unemployed fishermen gather on their boats at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Unemployed fishermen gather on their boats at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion... 
Unemployed fishermen gather on their boats at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion city, some 500 km (311 miles) south of Santiago, April 24, 2013. A rapidly declining stock of sardines and anchovies for the first time in 30 years due to overfishing and climate change has threatened livelihoods in the local artisanal fishing industry, affecting more than 6,000 people. Authorities are seeking ways to help fishing unions in the Bio Bio region tide over their losses this year, which have amounted to about $12 billion pesos ($25.5 million), according to local media. Picture taken April 24, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra (CHILE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT) 
CHILE/
RTXZ1CZ 
April 26, 2013 
An unemployed fisherman stands at the door of a closed fishing union office at "Caleta Infiernillo",... 
Concepcion, Chile 
An unemployed fisherman stands at the door of a closed fishing union office at "Caleta Infiernillo",... 
An unemployed fisherman stands at the door of a closed fishing union office at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion city, some 500 km (311 miles) south of Santiago, April 24, 2013. A rapidly declining stock of sardines and anchovies for the first time in 30 years due to overfishing and climate change has threatened livelihoods in the local artisanal fishing industry, affecting more than 6,000 people. Authorities are seeking ways to help fishing unions in the Bio Bio region tide over their losses this year, which have amounted to about $12 billion pesos ($25.5 million), according to local media. Picture taken April 24, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra (CHILE - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS EMPLOYMENT) 
CHILE/
RTXZ1CU 
April 26, 2013 
Unused fishing boats are seen at the shores of "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion... 
Concepcion, Chile 
Unused fishing boats are seen at the shores of "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion... 
Unused fishing boats are seen at the shores of "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion city, some 500 km (311 miles) south of Santiago, April 25, 2013. A rapidly declining stock of sardines and anchovies for the first time in 30 years due to overfishing and climate change has threatened livelihoods in the local artisanal fishing industry, affecting more than 6,000 people. Authorities are seeking ways to help fishing unions in the Bio Bio region tide over their losses this year, which have amounted to about $12 billion pesos ($25.5 million), according to local media. Picture taken April 25, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra (CHILE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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December 23, 2012 
Pelicans gather while fishermen unload anchovy from the ships storage freezers at Peru's northern port... 
Chimbote, Peru 
Pelicans gather while fishermen unload anchovy from the ships storage freezers at Peru's northern port... 
Pelicans gather while fishermen unload anchovy from the ships storage freezers at Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 14, 2012. Peru is the world's top fishmeal exporter, producing about a third of worldwide supply. Last year it shipped abroad more than $2 billion in fishmeal and fish oil. The anchovy pulled from Peru's Pacific Ocean is sold as fishmeal that feeds pigs in China and farmed salmon in Europe. It's also squeezed into increasingly popular Omega-3 supplements. The government cut its quota for this summer's anchovy season by 68 percent to 810,000 tonnes, the smallest allowance in 25 years. Picture taken December 14, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
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December 23, 2012 
Fishermen load trucks storages freezers with anchovy at Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 14,... 
Chimbote, Peru 
Fishermen load trucks storages freezers with anchovy at Peru's northern port of Chimbote 
Fishermen load trucks storages freezers with anchovy at Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 14, 2012. Peru is the world's top fishmeal exporter, producing about a third of worldwide supply. Last year it shipped abroad more than $2 billion in fishmeal and fish oil. The anchovy pulled from Peru's Pacific Ocean is sold as fishmeal that feeds pigs in China and farmed salmon in Europe. It's also squeezed into increasingly popular Omega-3 supplements. The government cut its quota for this summer's anchovy season by 68 percent to 810,000 tonnes, the smallest allowance in 25 years. Picture taken December 14, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU/
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December 23, 2012 
Fishermen unload fish from a ship's storage freezer at Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 13,... 
Chimbote, Peru 
Fishermen unload fish from a ship's storage freezer at Peru's northern port of Chimbote 
Fishermen unload fish from a ship's storage freezer at Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 13, 2012. Peru is the world's top fishmeal exporter, producing about a third of worldwide supply. Last year it shipped abroad more than $2 billion in fishmeal and fish oil. The anchovy pulled from Peru's Pacific Ocean is sold as fishmeal that feeds pigs in China and farmed salmon in Europe. It's also squeezed into increasingly popular Omega-3 supplements. The government cut its quota for this summer's anchovy season by 68 percent to 810,000 tonnes, the smallest allowance in 25 years. Picture taken December 13, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU-FISHING/
RTR3BV4C 
December 23, 2012 
Fishermen pull ropes while casting the net to fish anchovy aboard in a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean,... 
Chimbote, Peru 
Fishermen pull ropes while casting net to fish anchovy aboard in a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean 
Fishermen pull ropes while casting the net to fish anchovy aboard in a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean, off of Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 21, 2012. Peru is the world's top fishmeal exporter, producing about a third of worldwide supply. Last year it shipped abroad more than $2 billion in fishmeal and fish oil. The anchovy pulled from Peru's Pacific Ocean is sold as fishmeal that feeds pigs in China and farmed salmon in Europe. It's also squeezed into increasingly popular Omega-3 supplements. The government cut its quota for this summer's anchovy season by 68 percent to 810,000 tonnes, the smallest allowance in 25 years. Picture taken December 21, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
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December 23, 2012 
A fishing boat is seen after fishing anchovy at Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 13, 2012.... 
Chimbote, Peru 
Fishing boat is seen after fishing anchovy at Peru's northern port of Chimbote 
A fishing boat is seen after fishing anchovy at Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 13, 2012. Peru is the world's top fishmeal exporter, producing about a third of worldwide supply. Last year it shipped abroad more than $2 billion in fishmeal and fish oil. The anchovy pulled from Peru's Pacific Ocean is sold as fishmeal that feeds pigs in China and farmed salmon in Europe. It's also squeezed into increasingly popular Omega-3 supplements. The government cut its quota for this summer's anchovy season by 68 percent to 810,000 tonnes, the smallest allowance in 25 years. Picture taken December 13, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
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December 23, 2012 
A fishing boat is seen before fishing anchovies at the Pacific Ocean, off of Peru's northern port of... 
Chimbote, Peru 
Fishing boat is seen before fishing anchovies at the Pacific Ocean 
A fishing boat is seen before fishing anchovies at the Pacific Ocean, off of Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 20, 2012. Peru is the world's top fishmeal exporter, producing about a third of worldwide supply. Last year it shipped abroad more than $2 billion in fishmeal and fish oil. The anchovy pulled from Peru's Pacific Ocean is sold as fishmeal that feeds pigs in China and farmed salmon in Europe. It's also squeezed into increasingly popular Omega-3 supplements. The government cut its quota for this summer's anchovy season by 68 percent to 810,000 tonnes, the smallest allowance in 25 years. Picture taken December 20, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
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December 23, 2012 
Fishermen arrive after fishing anchovy to Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 14, 2012. Peru is... 
Chimbote, Peru 
Fishermen arrive after fishing anchovy to Peru's northern port of Chimbote 
Fishermen arrive after fishing anchovy to Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 14, 2012. Peru is the world's top fishmeal exporter, producing about a third of worldwide supply. Last year it shipped abroad more than $2 billion in fishmeal and fish oil. The anchovy pulled from Peru's Pacific Ocean is sold as fishmeal that feeds pigs in China and farmed salmon in Europe. It's also squeezed into increasingly popular Omega-3 supplements. The government cut its quota for this summer's anchovy season by 68 percent to 810,000 tonnes, the smallest allowance in 25 years. Picture taken December 14, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU-FISHING/
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December 23, 2012 
A pot filled with anchovies is seen aboard a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean, off of Peru's northern... 
Chimbote, Peru 
Pot filled with anchovies is seen aboard a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean 
A pot filled with anchovies is seen aboard a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean, off of Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 14, 2012. Peru is the world's top fishmeal exporter, producing about a third of worldwide supply. Last year it shipped abroad more than $2 billion in fishmeal and fish oil. The anchovy pulled from Peru's Pacific Ocean is sold as fishmeal that feeds pigs in China and farmed salmon in Europe. It's also squeezed into increasingly popular Omega-3 supplements. The government cut its quota for this summer's anchovy season by 68 percent to 810,000 tonnes, the smallest allowance in 25 years. Picture taken December 14, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU/
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December 23, 2012 
Trucks are load with anchovies at Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 13, 2012. Peru is the world's... 
Chimbote, Peru 
Trucks are load with anchovies at Peru's northern port of Chimbote 
Trucks are load with anchovies at Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 13, 2012. Peru is the world's top fishmeal exporter, producing about a third of worldwide supply. Last year it shipped abroad more than $2 billion in fishmeal and fish oil. The anchovy pulled from Peru's Pacific Ocean is sold as fishmeal that feeds pigs in China and farmed salmon in Europe. It's also squeezed into increasingly popular Omega-3 supplements. The government cut its quota for this summer's anchovy season by 68 percent to 810,000 tonnes, the smallest allowance in 25 years. Picture taken December 13, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU/
RTR3BV3Z 
December 23, 2012 
Fishermen unload anchovies out of a ship's storage freezer at Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December... 
Chimbote, Peru 
Fishermen unload anchovies out of a ship's storage freezer at Peru's northern port of Chimbote 
Fishermen unload anchovies out of a ship's storage freezer at Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 12, 2012. Peru is the world's top fishmeal exporter, producing about a third of worldwide supply. Last year it shipped abroad more than $2 billion in fishmeal and fish oil. The anchovy pulled from Peru's Pacific Ocean is sold as fishmeal that feeds pigs in China and farmed salmon in Europe. It's also squeezed into increasingly popular Omega-3 supplements. The government cut its quota for this summer's anchovy season by 68 percent to 810,000 tonnes, the smallest allowance in 25 years. Picture taken December 12, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU-FISHING/
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December 23, 2012 
Fishermen take a break after fishing anchovy aboard in a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean, off of Peru's... 
Chimbote, Peru 
Fishermen take a break after fishing anchovy aboard in a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean 
Fishermen take a break after fishing anchovy aboard in a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean, off of Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 21, 2012. Peru is the world's top fishmeal exporter, producing about a third of worldwide supply. Last year it shipped abroad more than $2 billion in fishmeal and fish oil. The anchovy pulled from Peru's Pacific Ocean is sold as fishmeal that feeds pigs in China and farmed salmon in Europe. It's also squeezed into increasingly popular Omega-3 supplements. The government cut its quota for this summer's anchovy season by 68 percent to 810,000 tonnes, the smallest allowance in 25 years. Picture taken December 21, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU-FISHING/
RTR3BV3J 
December 23, 2012 
Fishermen eat breakfast after fishing for anchovy aboard in a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean, off... 
Chimbote, Peru 
Fishermen eat breakfast after fishing for anchovy aboard in a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean 
Fishermen eat breakfast after fishing for anchovy aboard in a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean, off of Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 21, 2012. Peru is the world's top fishmeal exporter, producing about a third of worldwide supply. Last year it shipped abroad more than $2 billion in fishmeal and fish oil. The anchovy pulled from Peru's Pacific Ocean is sold as fishmeal that feeds pigs in China and farmed salmon in Europe. It's also squeezed into increasingly popular Omega-3 supplements. The government cut its quota for this summer's anchovy season by 68 percent to 810,000 tonnes, the smallest allowance in 25 years. Picture taken December 21, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU-FISHING/
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December 23, 2012 
Industrial chimneys of fish meal are seen at Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 20, 2012. Peru... 
Chimbote, Peru 
Industrial chimneys of fish meal are seen at Peru's northern port of Chimbote 
Industrial chimneys of fish meal are seen at Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 20, 2012. Peru is the world's top fishmeal exporter, producing about a third of worldwide supply. Last year it shipped abroad more than $2 billion in fishmeal and fish oil. The anchovy pulled from Peru's Pacific Ocean is sold as fishmeal that feeds pigs in China and farmed salmon in Europe. It's also squeezed into increasingly popular Omega-3 supplements. The government cut its quota for this summer's anchovy season by 68 percent to 810,000 tonnes, the smallest allowance in 25 years. Picture taken December 20, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU-FISHING/
RTR3BV3G 
December 23, 2012 
A fisherman casts the net to fish anchovy aboard in a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean, off of Peru's... 
Chimbote, Peru 
Fisherman casts the net to fish anchovy aboard in a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean 
A fisherman casts the net to fish anchovy aboard in a fishing boat at the Pacific Ocean, off of Peru's northern port of Chimbote, December 14, 2012. Peru is the world's top fishmeal exporter, producing about a third of worldwide supply. Last year it shipped abroad more than $2 billion in fishmeal and fish oil. The anchovy pulled from Peru's Pacific Ocean is sold as fishmeal that feeds pigs in China and farmed salmon in Europe. It's also squeezed into increasingly popular Omega-3 supplements. The government cut its quota for this summer's anchovy season by 68 percent to 810,000 tonnes, the smallest allowance in 25 years. Picture taken December 14, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
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