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Nenet woman preparing fillets of muksun fish inside tent. Yar-Sale district. Yamal, Northwest Siberia, Russia. April 2016.
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90725845 Nenet woman preparing fillets of muksun fish inside tent. Yar-Sale district. Yamal, Northwest Siberia, Russia. April 2016.© Eric Baccega
Nenet woman preparing muksun fillet inside tent. Yar-Sale district. Yamal, Northwest Siberia, Russia. April 2016.
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90725844 Nenet woman preparing muksun fillet inside tent. Yar-Sale district. Yamal, Northwest Siberia, Russia. April 2016.© Eric Baccega
Leader Creek Fisheries cannery preparing fresh Sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) fillets for export worldwide.  Naknek, Bristol Bay, Alaska, July 2015.
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90715323 Leader Creek Fisheries cannery preparing fresh Sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) fillets for export worldwide. Naknek, Bristol Bay, Alaska, July 2015.© Jeff Rotman
Leader Creek Fisheries cannery preparing fresh Sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) fillets for export worldwide.  Naknek, Bristol Bay, Alaska. July 2015.
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90715322 Leader Creek Fisheries cannery preparing fresh Sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) fillets for export worldwide. Naknek, Bristol Bay, Alaska. July 2015.© Jeff Rotman
Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) ready  to be cooked.  Naknek River, Bristol Bay, Alaska, USA, June.
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90715302 Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) ready to be cooked. Naknek River, Bristol Bay, Alaska, USA, June.© Jeff Rotman
Native Alaskan preparing Sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) for traditional smoking.  Naknek, Bristol Bay, Alaska, USA, June. Model released.
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90715035 Native Alaskan preparing Sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) for traditional smoking. Naknek, Bristol Bay, Alaska, USA, June. Model released.© Jeff Rotman
A cooler filled with recently culled invasive lionfish (Pterois volitans) The Indo-Pacific lionfish are an invasive species on Caribbean reefs and free from natural predators thrive at much higher pop...  -  Alex Mustard/ npl
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90380439 A cooler filled with recently culled invasive lionfish (Pterois volitans) The Indo-Pacific lionfish are an invasive species on Caribbean reefs and free from natural predators thrive at much higher pop...© Alex Mustard / NPL
A cooler containing recently culled invasive Lionfish (Pterois volitans) The Indo-Pacific lionfish are an invasive species on Caribbean reefs and free from natural predators thrive at much higher popu...  -  Alex Mustard/ npl
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90380435 A cooler containing recently culled invasive Lionfish (Pterois volitans) The Indo-Pacific lionfish are an invasive species on Caribbean reefs and free from natural predators thrive at much higher popu...© Alex Mustard / NPL
Diver catching a Lionfish (Pterois volitans) in collection tube The Indo-Pacific lionfish are an invasive species on Caribbean reefs and free from natural predators thrive at much higher population de...  -  Alex Mustard/ npl
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90380413 Diver catching a Lionfish (Pterois volitans) in collection tube The Indo-Pacific lionfish are an invasive species on Caribbean reefs and free from natural predators thrive at much higher population de...© Alex Mustard / NPL
Preparation of Salmon (Salmo salar) fillets prior to smoking Connections to the Severn Estuary and traditional salmon fishing Wye and Severn Smokery, Gloucestershire, England, UK April 2010  -  David Woodfall/ npl
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90131479 Preparation of Salmon (Salmo salar) fillets prior to smoking Connections to the Severn Estuary and traditional salmon fishing Wye and Severn Smokery, Gloucestershire, England, UK April 2010© David Woodfall / NPL
Preparation of salmon fillets prior to smoking, Wye and Severn Smokery, Gloucestershire, England, UK April 2010  -  David Woodfall/ npl
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90131475 Preparation of salmon fillets prior to smoking, Wye and Severn Smokery, Gloucestershire, England, UK April 2010© David Woodfall / NPL
Woman rubbing salt into fillets of Caiman meat (Caiman crocodilus) on floating house in Amazon Rainforest, in Piagacu-Purus Sustainable Development Reserve, Amazonas State, Northern Brazil  -  Luiz Claudio Marigo/ npl
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90107830 Woman rubbing salt into fillets of Caiman meat (Caiman crocodilus) on floating house in Amazon Rainforest, in Piagacu-Purus Sustainable Development Reserve, Amazonas State, Northern Brazil© Luiz Claudio Marigo / NPL
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