Fish in American waters are experiencing population rebounds

Fish – at least in the waters off the United States – are making a comeback. Nearly two dozen species of Pacific groundfish, including snapper, Dover sole, and dogfish, have experienced population rebounds, according to the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program. And the 2004 commercial harvest of Atlantic haddock, which had all but disappeared two decades ago, was seven times as large as the 1995 Read the rest here  18:39

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