Oil spill video: Seafood sniffers smell out oily fish
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Oil spill video: Seafood sniffers smell out oily fish

Commercial fishing continues in the Gulf as the oil slick continues to spread. But how do we know the fish we eat is safe? It appears the nose knows as seafood inspectors learn how to sniff out tainted product from oysters to shrimp and fish. (The Associated Press)

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