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Men sleep covered with a mosquito net on a bridge above a train station outside Yangon August 20, 2014. REUTERS/Soe Z

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Men sleep covered with a mosquito net on a bridge above a train station outside Yangon

A fisherman arranges his fishing net at a beach against the backdrop of pre-monsoon clouds in Kochi...A fisherman arranges his fishing net at a beach against the backdrop of pre-monsoon clouds in the southern Indian city of Kochi June 5, 2014. India's southern coast could witness the arrival of this year's monsoon in the next day or so after sporadic rains in recent days heralded the arrival of the wet season that is crucial to farmers in Asia's third-largest economy. REUTERS/Sivaram V. (INDIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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A fisherman arranges his net at a beach against the backdrop of pre-monsoon clouds in the southern Indian city of Kochi. India‘s southern coast is expected to witness the arrival of this year’s monsoon in the next day or so after sporadic rains in recent days heralded the arrival of the wet season that is crucial to farmers in Asia’s third-largest economy

An Indian fisherman casts his net into the Mohanadi River near Munduli some 30 kms away from Bhubaneswar on May 1, 2014. As the water level of the Mohanadi River and other rivers in the Indian state start to recede due to increasing temperatures, villagers living nearby turn to fishing to meet their consumption needs.

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An Indian fisherman casts his net into the Mahanadi river near Munduli, about 30km away from Bhubaneswar, eastern India, on Thursday

Belgian shrimp fisherman Xavier Vanbillemont rides a cart horse to haul a net out of the sea after catching shrimps during low tide at the coastal town of Oostduinkerke July 12, 2013. At the end of the fishing season, the fishermen and their mounts leave the water to empty the net and to put the contents into two wicker baskets fixed on each side of the horse. This traditional method of catching shrimps along the North Sea coast, which dates back to some 500 years, attracts tourists every summer.

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Belgian shrimp fisherman Xavier Vanbillemont and his horse haul a net out of the sea after catching shrimps during low tide at the coastal town of Oostduinkerke. This traditional method of catching shrimps along the North Sea coast, which dates back 500 years, attracts tourists every summer.