Overfishing Affects Tokyo's Tuna Supply
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Overfishing Affects Tokyo's Tuna Supply

Japan eats more tuna than any other country in the world, consuming about a quarter of the global catch. As other countries increase their imports of tuna, Japan is making major quota cuts to protect the fish.Video By: Nancy Donaldson and Ben de la Cruz/washingtonpost.com and Blaine Harden and Akiko Yammamoto-Kattoulas/The Washington Post (Nov. 11, 2007)

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