In this May 10, 2016 photo, small scale fisherwoman Marisol Millaquien fires up a wood stove in her home in the fishing village Quetalmahue, on Chile’s Chiloe Island during the country’s worst ever “red tide” environmental disaster. “We can’t catch anything now. Not even to eat, to survive,” Millaquien, a single mother of three said. “Any plague could have hit us before but we would have been fine as long as we had enough seafood.” (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)

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