For the sea defence wall

Women and men fill sacks with mud from the sea bed at low tide. The sacks are used as a secondary layer in the building of a sea defence wall. The sea level in the Bay of Bengal fluctuates several metres every day and when the tide is low the wall workers fill sand sacks for the base of a defence new wall.

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Women and men fill sacks with mud from the sea bed at low tide. The sacks are used as a secondary layer in the building of a sea defence wall. The sea level in the Bay of Bengal fluctuates several metres every day and when the tide is low the wall workers fill sand sacks for the base of a defence new wall.
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