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Deep-sea trawling is not worth the fish hauled back to port. In an article from Mongabay, U.K. researchers said the technique did far


05/15/2018 / By David Williams

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05/15/2018 / By David Williams

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05/15/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

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05/13/2018 / By Edsel Cook

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05/13/2018 / By Vicki Batts

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05/11/2018 / By David Williams

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