29 June 2021, Doume Village, close to Lastoursville, Gabon - Two fishermen empty their nets of fish after laying them out the night before. Fishing is a vital alternative to bushmeat and it is important that overfishing does not occur. Gabon has a small population and a large land mass so it is well positioned for sustainable consumption. On this occasion, a water snake was also caught in the net and will be consumed. This village survives on fishing and bushmeat. Gabon has a sustainable bushmeat culture, largely because of its small population and large protected habitats.