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Men fishing with mosquito nets, a method that threatens stocks by scooping up too many small fish, an unintended consequence of the distribution of nets to prevent malaria. In the Bangweulu Wetlands, however, fishermen will sew up to twenty mosquito nets together and consequently the fish population is rapidly dwindling because fish no longer get the chance to reach full maturity.