Thursday, 09 February 2012 04:33
A new study shows that the impact of fishing for tuna and similar species during the last 50 years has lessened the abundance of all these populations by an average of 60%. Experts add that the majority of tuna fish have been exploited to the limits of sustainability.
Read more: ScienceDaily: Fish News
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