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English: A schoolchild walks past a row of fishing boats on the beach near Alligator Pond, Jamaica. In the distance, a bauxite cargo ship sails past Pedro Bluff.
Photo by Gerry Manacsa, March 2004.
Date 13 April 2005 (original upload date)
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