Stock Photo - Brazilian fisherman attaching the sail to the wooden yard during the sunrise in Uruau, state Ceara, Brazil, 16 March 2004 Fishermen use a unique wooden raft boat called jangada which has an unfixed keel and a mast that make it practical for a use on the shallow sea and beaches of the nothern Brazil They keep their work and tradition for more than four hundred years Being a fisherman on jangada is highly dangerous job Jangadeiros spend up to several days on high-sea being tens of kilometres far from the coast, with no navigation on board In the last two decades jangadeiros have been facing up the pressure from motorized vessels which use modern, effective and environmentally destructive fishing methods

Stock Photo: Brazilian fisherman attaching the sail to the wooden yard during the sunrise in Uruau, state Ceara, Brazil, 16 March 2004  Fishermen use a unique wooden raft.

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