The "devil fish project" was part of a series of interventions to support flood vulnerable communities in Tabasco along the Usumacinta River. As an invasive species, it is both increasing flood risk as well as opportunity as it can be fished, prepared, and eaten or brought to the market to increase alternative livelihood income and to improve the natural state of the river. One of the community members is showing one of the fish to a local program supporter.

The devil fish - flood resilience and alternative livelihoods

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Country Mexico
Topics Disaster Risk Management, Natural Resource Management

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