Thousands of fishermen empty a sacred lake in west Africa in just 15 minutes.
Have you ever had one of those days when it seems like everyone and their mother decided to go fishing?
This video from the BBC takes us to Lake Antogo, in Mali, where the Dogon people only have one day a year to fish these sacred waters.
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At the sound of the starting gun, what seems to be the entire population of the Dogon people — amounting to thousands of fishermen — swarms the lake, and they catch all the fish in a matter of minutes.
After watching this video, maybe you’ll have a new perspective the next time someone gets a little too close to your special fishing spot.