Dafrin, a Bajau octopus hunter, dangles a homemade lure over the seabed while on a hunt in Indonesia's Gulf of Tomini. The Bajau, who are sometimes known as sea-nomads, traditionally lived almost their whole lives onboard their boats at sea and the group retains an intense bond with the ocean. Yet due to government pressure and declining fish stocks, most have now settled in permanent villages, and today, the freediving and marine hunting skills for which they are famed have become rarer. Dafrin is one of only a handful of people in his village who still possess these skills.
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