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Eco-crimes: Fishing pirates by Heinz…

Eco-crimes: Fishing pirates

by Heinz Greuling

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This unknown war is being waged in the Southern Ocean, in the fish rich waters around the Antarctic. Its victims are the Patagonia tooth fish highly prized particularity in the USA, Japan, China for its firm, white flesh that has very few bones. This lucrative business has attracted illegal fishermen who abide by no fishing quotas or laws. These pirates and the men behind them become millionaires on the rich pickings. Their unscrupulous fishing methods threaten not only the livelihoods of legal fishermen but the integrity of the entire marine eco-system.
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