RAJA AMPAT (Indonesia) • He once hunted sharks for a living, and was proud of it too - because in the remote village of Arborek in Raja Ampat, shark fins were what brought home the bacon.
But that was more than a decade ago. Since then, the tide has turned for Mr Ronald Mambrasar, 34, and his village in eastern Indonesia - they have now become advocates of marine conservation.
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