October 16, 2017

Fishing is causing an alarming problem in our oceans. It appears that the older population is being hit the hardest by fishing. Why is this important? Does it matter that the older fish are being targeted more than the younger population? If this is problematic, what are the solutions? What can we do to help this dilemma?

We’re Killing the Oldest Fish in the Sea

Fishing eliminates most of the older fish, a new study finds, and the ecological implications are disturbing—but marine reserves can help.

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