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In Bangladesh, men desperate for work perform one of the world's most dangerous jobs. They demolish huge ships in grueling conditions, braving disease, pollution, and the threat of being crushed or stabbed by steel sliced from the hulls. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe #NationalGeographic #Ships #Bangladesh About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Explore the lives of ship-breakers online in National Geographic magazine: http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2014/05/shipbreakers/gwin-text PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEOGRAPHY: Mike Hettwer EDITOR: Spencer Millsap Where Ships Go to Die, Workers Risk Everything | National Geographic https://youtu.be/WOmtFN1bfZ8 National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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The.#1 T (2 days ago)
1:59 he COULD be a model.
SQR (2 days ago)
There is NO Envirornmental regulations.
akhtar-uz- zaman (3 days ago)
Now a days, situation had changed. investors be care full to prevent pollution. They improve worker's health, accommodation, sanitation, recreation etc and to reduce accident they use capital machines instide of labour. They established a medical hospital for labour health.
jayad hussain (3 days ago)
I'm 2006 working, now I'm Computer Operator 10 years
Dipen Chandra (4 days ago)
Very hard job no have kept very very dangerous
Stormy Voyage (4 days ago)
It's been two years wonder what's the situation now? 🤔 🤪
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Georg Wilde (5 days ago)
Noone forced them to do it. They wan't to do it, otherwise they wouldn't. Their lives, their responsibility. You just want bigger government to coerce people, because you are parasite.
Georg Wilde (5 days ago)
No. None of them is being forced to break the ships. Hunger is not a coercion, hunger doesn't make you unfree. Why don't they do what they did before ship breaking? Why don't they farm? Simply because they choose to do ship breaking in own self interest.
zachary west (6 days ago)
And this is why your Prius isnt going to save the environment
Insanecoment (6 days ago)
These ships should have been built so that they would be easy and safe to break at the end of their lifespand with only materials that are easy to re-use. This should be enforced by law, worldwide. Atleast today! Is this a good idea? Or will there always be a country with no laws to produce "cheaper" ships?
Felipe Carvalho (7 days ago)
Imagina a poluição que isso causa!
Sarkari Nokri (10 days ago)
Very poor country
md md zihad (11 days ago)
May bangladsh best contreras
Mahesh Makwana (11 days ago)
Alang (gujrat in India)there is world's biggest ship breaking yard.
Tabid HT (11 days ago)
ভালবাসি বাংলা
Faizal Jerantut (12 days ago)
so poor
Fox Man (12 days ago)
now bangladesh are not poor country.... now they are going to development country
akn akash (14 days ago)
We r developing one
MANIKANDAN K (14 days ago)
Rich countries always dominate poor countries in all ways.this is a good example
Simran Qureshi (14 days ago)
Very hard workers 😣
Sharif F. Shawal (14 days ago)
Mind boggling if for yrs they're famous & good at "cutting up ships" for scrap metal.....Oh, why? Oh why? have they not learn how to make great ship for domestic & international sale ? Yet Bangladesh buys ship even from China !
Over population is the main problem in Bangladesh...
info junaed (15 days ago)
Bangladesh is not poor country in today....it is developing country..
Bayzed Hossen Ashik (15 days ago)
2019??? I am from Bangladesh
Sandeep Mehra (15 days ago)
Danger works
TheDerisavi (16 days ago)
It's not fair at all
Hapy James (16 days ago)
Use machine for pulling and cutting make proper factory
Funny Tips (16 days ago)
সরকারের দরকার কম্পানি গোলারে করা আইয় করার সেফটির জন্য
shivakumar adepu (16 days ago)
Unemployment n slavery raises, if breeding like pigs.. Bangladesh is highly dense populated country in d world..
Funny Eggman (16 days ago)
This video is Great... Can the Govt. not do somethig about it?
Funny Eggman (16 days ago)
This video is Great... Can the Govt. not donsomethig about it?
Funny Eggman (16 days ago)
This video is Great... Can the Govt. not donsomethig about it?
Tushar Bhardvaj (16 days ago)
Which place is it
MARVEL Game Zone (16 days ago)
A big salute to these peoples
MANISH KUMAR (17 days ago)
You can see this ship rack yard from Google map... Search chitgong Bangladesh
Kiran Patel (17 days ago)
Bangladesh is not poor country please don't say this, government is not thinking big for the people infact Bangladesh economy is better than Pakistan
Jagdish Rathod (17 days ago)
Kitna samay lagta he bana ne ke liye or todne ke liye cutke
Awais Ali (17 days ago)
love you and praying for all of you brothers and sisters from Pakistan
Halo 4sure (7 days ago)
Awais Ali Yes good old Pakistan - the tolerant mob wether they care or not if a Christian lady drinks water out off a Muslim lady’s cup... (insert sarcasm here).
Don Hendy (17 days ago)
My heart and feelings truly go out to all you people . God bless for a much better tomorrow
Deepansh :::::::::: (18 days ago)
Dustbin of the world...
Setrika Man (18 days ago)
I must study hard
Unlucky Guy (19 days ago)
Where airplane go to die?
EbulliBellwether (19 days ago)
Ahh recommended
The Strong Brain Club (19 days ago)
Any human life is a human existence - meaning if you're alive - then enjoy it! - How many people die on American freeways? Should we shut those down? How many people die of food poising in the entire world? Should we stop eating? Anyway - humans have been surviving in dangerous ways since the beginning. Being alive in the key - once a human has achieved life - there is no failure.
mitesh sagar (19 days ago)
This hapnning in India too....no one wants to care about nature and our people poor people....so sad thing it is....
S Kumar (20 days ago)
पापी पेट का सवाल है। causes are obvious high population density and poorest education system. we are Human but after seeing this we don't deserve this "Humanity" word especially when big proportion of our population still suffer for one time food.
Sajid Ahmed Alamin (20 days ago)
Hello sir you had one mistaken he say that's i working this palace 19Year's But you sow that he have been wark 14year😑😑😑
Wesley Oosterbosch (21 days ago)
Due to environmental laws, it is literally impossible to recycle ships in the western world
Rid Sajid (21 days ago)
Subtitle is not appropriate.
kottha vamsi krishna (21 days ago)
Make population control then only they overcome all odds... Don't follow foolish Superstitious religious rules like no family planning operations.... It will eat you and your family... Here on earth only...
David Flores (22 days ago)
Ugly buziness
Mohamed Rabbi (22 days ago)
Love you Bangladesh
Africa sweet home (22 days ago)
They take life too serious.
Prakash Kumar Mandal (22 days ago)
Very pity
sanket Kumar (23 days ago)
Itne Bache paida karoge to mazduri ke alwa koi kaam Nahi milega
Mike Callies (23 days ago)
Slaves , sad . Can't tell me those ships are useless....look to be built to last a million years . Hard to beleive something so massive and heavy , floats
Mark Penhall (23 days ago)
America to blame for this
Frederic Gagnon (23 days ago)
C’est là que la STQ achète ces traversiers.
JimbrOotaN VaVa (24 days ago)
With out security, safety, they put forward their life for their family at the edges of death. When their babies cry came to their mind they saw the hardness of metal as a sowftness of a flower. Salute them. The real life super heroes... 👏👏💪 👍
Lokesh Panigrahi (24 days ago)
There is no machine to pull the parts.. they do it by hand
Zubair Siddiqui (24 days ago)
Why not just blow the ship up with TNT? 🤔
Rhys Boxhall (20 days ago)
You are stupid
Thomas Just (24 days ago)
This is a crime, so called first world countries are partly to blame, they simply don't care about were their trash ends up, but often they boast about how their countries are the best
Darren Penn (24 days ago)
It should be ‘WHERE MEN GO TO DIE’. Corporate greed again
ishtar0077 (25 days ago)
All these companies make so much money yet employ slave labor. Greedy people
syed adil (26 days ago)
how much more, will humanity suffer 😥😭😭😭😭
small man (26 days ago)
Thought my Job was tuff 😥😥😪😓😓
Product Man (26 days ago)
In some areas of the world their is no such things has letting something's go to waste ever
bangbangtangahwei (26 days ago)
No wonder bangla keeps migrating to Malay.
Beach Samurai (26 days ago)
They should protest
Shameer Ahmad (26 days ago)
Please raise this voice.
Last Shadow (27 days ago)
They should just hire Magneto for this job
ROY KILLER (27 days ago)
Then why these ppl aspect these guys old ships
Nitish Haldar (27 days ago)
i am Bengali. and who the f write the subtitle for the Bengali workers talking. .they complete Change the meaning. they need a better condition and training that's all. They need this job the most
Dragon Beast (27 days ago)
16 tons And what do you get Another day older and deeper in debt
the_night_hacker_ 00 (27 days ago)
To be frank , third world countries have always been working for developed countries as slaves
Georg Wilde (5 days ago)
Slavery is word with an exact definition.
Halo 4sure (7 days ago)
Sanera Pharma Clap 👏
Areebgaming .games (19 days ago)
Bangladesh is a second world country now
Sanera Pharma (19 days ago)
as residents in first and second world coultries, what we will do for them??
Keyser Söze (28 days ago)
The builders should be responsible for breaking
War Horse (28 days ago)
I would like to buy one, please
Brian Bryan (28 days ago)
If the ships get dumped there they could steal some parts fix one up and get into the fishing business
Sergio Gomez (28 days ago)
Instead of putting more restrictions in the USA for toxins and smog let’s help out other countries to make this planet cleaner one clean country not gonna fix the problem
Willems Pierre (28 days ago)
This is Ca-Razy..
Dane Frank (28 days ago)
Bangladesh doing good now economically , so these scenarios gonna change sure, as Bangladesh selling ships now worldwide as well. We got hard working people .
SMOKEY CHECKER (28 days ago)
Someone should call osha!.....
Maximilien Robespierre (29 days ago)
Antinatalism is the solution.
RAHUL ANAND (29 days ago)
If you think that Bangladesh is poor country then think about how Pakistani people sustain their life because they are more poor than Bangladesh..
bangbangtangahwei (26 days ago)
Yeah dont be shy if you are poor.
Molag Bal (29 days ago)
Thanos was right
845835ab (29 days ago)
I have no right to ever complain about any job I have ever had.
Avinash Reji (23 days ago)
845835ab not really, I mean sure not as bad as these people but you can never let corporations try to guilt trip you into paying yourself less
Jordan Schlansky (28 days ago)
Yep so true m8
MCCiabattaGrande (29 days ago)
RIP to all the ships who lie on the ground of the seas, left but not forgotten. 🙏
Nidhi A (29 days ago)
One day robots will replace this
Jordan Schlansky (27 days ago)
+Nidhi A mybe 😊
Nidhi A (27 days ago)
+Jordan Schlansky oh? I thought he'd hire me after this comment
Jordan Schlansky (28 days ago)
Elon musk hates u m8
Mustang424 (30 days ago)
IRL version of the Pitt in Fallout 3
Reginald Chiatti (29 days ago)
Sad but true
Archy Fourester (30 days ago)
Not even goggles
badvideoguys (30 days ago)
Ok kids, find the shiny!
F Haque (30 days ago)
It is so sad that these workers are not given enough pay and protective clothing and limit this hard labour to normal hours of 8. I hope these conditions have improved as at 2019.
Erik Romero (30 days ago)
If Republicans got their way. This would be the United States. Unregulated capitalisms would result in exploited workers, and environmental destruction.
Sofea Richie LGBT (30 days ago)
I thought my jobs as a fashion designer and CEO was tough....but nah...
TheOneWho Hunts (30 days ago)
Wtf
Steven Levernier (30 days ago)
No they do nothing useful for the world so this is the only way they can make money. All a self inflicted problem
FLaSH GAMINGS (30 days ago)
Tough job
NDK0 (30 days ago)
Don't like your job? - don't do it.
Novak (28 days ago)
You are right, these people should go to your country and sell drugs and kill for money.
Syahid Jaafar (30 days ago)
This is the true "water seven"
kingofmaiar (30 days ago)
"...workers are forced to" ?? Who is forcing them and why are you allowing them? I bet those workers are there of their own free will because that's the only/most profitable job they could find. So stop bullshitting and start with the fact that Bangladesh is a banana republic composed of people who have no capabilities in nation building. Yeah. It is the shipping companies' fault that they are in these awful living conditions. Let's start with them, and not the government.

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