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Ocean scientists worry about pressure to harvest small schooling fish - The Republic

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Ocean scientists worry about pressure to harvest small schooling fish
[SIZE=-1]The Republic[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]Species like herring, smelt, sardines and squid are the food of choice for many of the ocean's top predators. But there is increasing pressure globally to harvest marine "forage fish" for everything from hog feed and fertilizer to fishmeal in tuna pens ...[/SIZE]
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