Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Ecuatesca-packaging-plant--New-deliveries-from-the-farms-are-checked-for-freshness-by-smelling--Ecuador-27MZIF9X0G1.htmlConceptually similarEcuatesca shrimp packaging plant. Muisne, EcuadorGP0O8GCompleted★★★★Ecuatesca shrimp packaging plant. Muisne, EcuadorGP0178YCompleted★★★★Ecuatesca shrimp packaging plant. Muisne, EcuadorGP0W5KCompleted★★★★Checking quality size of shrimp before harvesting, Muisne, Ecuador.GP06NICompleted★★★★Advertising for shrimps. Muisne, Ecuador.GP09ZFCompleted★★★★Mangrove Replanting Action in EcuadorGP010H6Completed★★★★Wall in Muisne, Ecuador with anti shrimp farm graffiti. Mangrove ecology is endangered by continuous cutting for shrimp farms.GP01781Completed★★★★Mangrove Replanting Action at Shrimp Farm in EcuadorGP0KTMCompleted★★★★Mangrove Replanting Action in EcuadorGP0KB4Completed★★★★View AllGP0D6MEcuatesca packaging plant. New deliveries from the farms are checked for freshness by smelling. EcuadorMan holding basket of shrimps on right. On left man leaning over and smelling shrimp he holds in his hands.Locations:Ecuador-Muisne-South AmericaDate:24 Apr, 1999Credit:© Greenpeace / Clive ShirleyMaximum size:3586px X 2374pxKeywords:Aquaculture-Baskets-Day-Fish packers-Fish processing-Fish processing plants-Fisheries-Forests (campaign title)-Industries-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Shrimps-Small group of peopleShoot:Mangrove and Shrimp Campaign in EcuadorShrimp ponds; digging up mangrove forest to build new shrimp ponds; checking size of shrimps at farm; "boss" carrying gun at packing of shrimp for transport; Ecuatesca shrimp packaging plant; Concheras, traditional shell gatherers in mangrove forest; Concheras protest against mangrove cutting for shrimp farms.