In this picture taken on August 23, 2020, a member of resort staff feeds fish in a swimming pool that has been turned into a fish farm at Aveda Resort in Kumarakom, in Kerala state. A luxury resort in southern India has turned its swimming pool into a fish farm to stop the business sinking amid the pandemic economic crisis. Normally the 150 metre (500 feet) long swimming pool at the Aveda Resort in Kerala state is packed with European tourists. Now thousands of pearl spot fish are causing the splash. / AFP / Arun CHANDRABOSE
A member of Aveda Resort's staff feeds fish in the swimming pool that has been turned into a farm. AFP

Aveda Resort: Indian hotel turns luxury pool into fish farm to keep business afloat