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ENVIRONMENT/DUTCH-EELS
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October 12, 2009
Fisherman Aart van der Waal (R) drinks a cup of coffee with eel smoker Joost Kant in the southern Dutch...
S'GRAVENDEEL, Netherlands
To match feature ENVIRONMENT/DUTCH-EELS
Fisherman Aart van der Waal (R) drinks a cup of coffee with eel smoker Joost Kant in the southern Dutch village of S'Gravendeel September 30, 2009. When Van der Waal chose 20 years ago to fish for eel rather than join the legal profession, he didn't expect to be told someday to make a choice between making a living and breaking the law. Fishing the muddy, shallow canals near his home for plump, fattened eels that the Dutch consider a delicacy smoked on toast or in bread -- and which are eaten in stews across Europe -- is no longer allowed during October and November. Picture taken September 30, 2009. To match feature ENVIRONMENT/DUTCH-EELS REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS SOCIETY POLITICS)
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