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Honduran Mosquitia: land of poverty and crippled divers

When he left the depths of the Caribbean Sea, Ernesto McLean could no longer walk: lobster fishing without proper equipment left him crippled, like thousands of divers in the remote region of the Honduran Mosquitia.

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