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Too tasty to save?

New proposals would restrict or ban international trade of several marine species used for food decoration. But some countries are unwilling to give up a lucrative industry without a fight.


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Thinking globally to save riches of the sea
Article | Given the price a single bluefin tuna can fetch -- one sold for a record $173,600 a few years ago at Tokyo's Tsukiji market -- it's not surprising that the rich, buttery fish is a prized catch. Or that it has prompted a feeding frenzy among international traders.

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