Hunting for black mussels poses many risks near Tam Coc Ninh Binh

Present at Kim Trung commune near Tam Coc Ninh Binh 12 o'clock on June 6,. Tran Van Chinh diving for hours at the bottom of the river to hunt for black mussels.

Present at Kim Trung commune near Tam Coc Ninh Binh 12 o’clock on June 6,. Tran Van Chinh diving for hours at the bottom of the river to hunt for black mussels. Mr. Tran Van Chinh confided: “I have been diving to catch clams (black mussels) for more than 10 years. This job is very hard and dangerous, so I need health and patience. “…when diving to the bottom of the river”. According to Mr. Chinh, the profession of diving to catch black mussels also faces many other dangers such as broken glass, bottles, bricks, scrap metal, etc., so experience is needed to handle the situation.

I know the job is dangerous, but I still continue working because I want to make a living. Chinh brought to catch black mussels, in addition to a motorbike with a trailer on the back, also had an Oxygen generation system and an air coil tens of meters long. , diving goggles, etc. When entering the water, Mr. Chinh had an oxygen tube in his mouth, a marble block (5 kg type) and a bag woven from wire mesh on his back. In particular, when Mr. Chinh goes to catch black mussels, he cannot go without diving goggles to help prevent water from getting into his eyes and see more clearly at the bottom of the river near Tam Coc Ninh Binh.

On average, each time Mr. Chinh

On average, each time Mr. Chinh dives into the river to catch black mussels, it takes 10-20 minutes and sometimes it takes up to 30 minutes to rise to the surface. Standing on the shore, you can see Mr. Chinh constantly moving his position to catch black mussels through the rising air bubbles. Mr. Chinh said: “Depending on the location where black mussels are concentrated, I always dive when I scoop up a full bag (50kg type) and then come up. At the same time, rest for 1-2 minutes to regain strength and continue working near Tam Coc Ninh Binh.” job”. It is known that every month Mr. Chinh goes diving to hunt black mussels for about 15 days, usually diving for 7-12 hours/day. Diving to hunt black mussels is difficult and dangerous… but in return, Chinh earns an income of more than 1,000,000 VND/day.

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