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A couple prepare for the morning low tide when an exposed pathway between the South Korean islands of Jindo and Modo will allow them to catch shellfish during the 'Jindo Sea Parting festival' on March 22, 2015. The annual phenomenon is understood to be a result of '... ED JONES/AFP/Getty Images


 
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