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A cat is pictured near unused fishing boats at Caleta Infiernillo , a small fishing Featured Fishing Cat Image

A cat is pictured near unused fishing boats at Caleta Infiernillo , a small fishing

A cat is pictured near unused fishing boats at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion city, some 500 km (311 miles) south of Santiago, April 25, 2013. A rapidly declining stock of sardines and anchovies for the first time in 30 years due to overfishing and climate change has threatened livelihoods in the local artisanal fishing industry, affecting more than 6,000 people. Authorities are seeking ways to help fishing unions in the Bio Bio region tide over their losses this year, which have amounted to about $12 billion pesos ($25.5 million), according to local media. Picture taken April 25, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra (CHILE - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS EMPLOYMENT) - GM1E94R0G8B01

Feline Fishing Featured Fishing Cat Image

Feline Fishing

A seven-week-old Persian kitten peers into a goldfish bowl, 9th October 1972. It belongs to breeder Venita Wheeler of Ganwick Corner, Hertfordshire. (Photo by William Vanderson/Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

97608427, England, Fox 859263 Detail, J159390503, Key Sub Animals Cats, Persia

An alley in the souks of Essaouira Featured Fishing Cat Image

An alley in the souks of Essaouira

Essaouira - a??the jewel of the Atlantica?? - is a small fortified port in western Morocco on the same latitude as Marrakech, between Safi and Agadir.
This town was the setting for several scenes of the popular Game of Thrones and as Othello version of Orson Welles.
The Medina of Essaouira is a UNESCO World Heritage listed city, an example of a late 18th-century fortified town, as transferred to North Africa by European colonists.
The town-planning was entrusted to the Frenchman ThA©odore Cornut, disciple of Vauban, who gave the city its present look, building ramparts and straight, wide streets.
When entering in tle old Medina, you find yourself in the midst of an animated and joyful crowd, where everybody is going about his own business. There are no motor vehicles here, everything is carried by carts sometimes drawn by mules. What fascinates visitors are the white-washed house walls, the blue doors and windows which are reminiscent of Mediterranean islands. Owing to the straight main streets, you will have no problem finding your way and even if you get lost in the numerous small lanes, sooner or later you will find a main street again... or a dead-end