Life at sea level on the Bay of Bengal

Twice daily the tide comes in and waves rinse through the fishing village shown in the last photo. It’s rainy season, so the monsoons leave puddles everywhere for Aedes and Aegepti mosquitos to breed. That means people suffer with yellow fever, malaria, zika, dengue, chikungunya … in a country with inadequate health care.

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