SMALL. MEDIUM. BIG. — Two fishpond handlers unload newly harvested Dagupan bangus from the boat and quickly classify these by their sizes before delivering to the fish vendors at the Magsaysay Fish Market in Dagupan City. (Punchphoto by Cesar Ramirez) 

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