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Published on Jun 16, 2009
A new Conservancy documentary follows a group of fishers who make their living from the depleted waters of Jamaicas Pedro Bank as they discover Belizes teeming reefs. Jamaica is the most over-fished country in the Caribbean and the Pedro Bank is the only place where people can still eke out a living from fishing, but — if management practices don't change — this will be the last generation to make its living from the sea. Can the fishers save their reef and their way of life?