In this May 7, 2016 photo, early morning sun rays glitter on the water where boats are anchored in the fishing village Quetalmahue, Chiloe Island, Chile. Chiloe is best-known for its wildlife, stilt homes and preserved churches. But today, it is also known for what fishermen here call a “quiet catastrophe” due to a toxic algal bloom threatening the livelihood of many in this archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)

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