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Underwater Bonanza

Researchers say that for the first time, about half the world's food fish are raised on farms rather than being caught in the wild. Catfish, trout, salmon, tilapia and shrimp are among the most commonly farmed species.

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Farm-Fresh Fish -- With a Catch
Article | By the end of this year, the world is projected to reach an unheralded but historic milestone: Half of the fish and shellfish we consume will be raised by humans, rather than caught in the wild.

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