Then, ordering one of the well men to take a squad from the field- force and build a lean-to addition to the hospital, he continued along the run-way, administering medicine and cracking jokes in beche-de-mer
English to cheer the sufferers.
Next, the captain turned to his many passengers and orated in beche-de-mer
Me walk about plenty too much," he replied in the beche-de-mer
English of the west South Pacific.
He could see him yet, his queer little monkeyish face eloquent with fear, his back burdened with specimen cases, in his hands Bassett's butterfly net and naturalist's shot-gun, as he quavered, in Beche-de-mer English: "Me fella too much fright along bush.
Certainly he had found them without the almost universal beche-de-mer English of the west South Pacific.
The most important sea cucumber product, however, is the dried body wall which is marketed as beche-de-mer
The dried sea cucumber is often known as beche-de-mer
, trepang, or haishen.
In late nineteenth century Torres Strait, 'passengers' were usually women at shore stations, mainly doing the noisome work of processing beche-de-mer
(Holothuria), known in the jargon as 'fish'.
coastal fisheries that (i) can generate export earnings for the country, such as beche-de-mer
(BDM) and/or (ii) support livelihoods, food security and dietary health.
coastal fisheries such as beche-de-mer
(BDM) that (i) can generate export earnings for the country, and/or (ii) support livelihoods, food security and dietary health.
In the first-ever comprehensive survey of the archipelago's habitat, scientists recorded corals and fish, as well as seagrasses, Trochus shell, beche-de-mer
(sea cucumber), whales and dolphins.
Other than the above shark fins, fish maws, beche-de-mer
, cuttle fish & squid, sprats are also exports mostly to the Asian markets.