Factory fishing in Antarctica for krill targets the cornerstone of a fragile ecosystem

Fishing for krill is banned in U.S. waters due to concerns it could impact whales, seals and other animals that feed on the shrimp-like creatures. But such fishing has been taking place for decades in Antarctica, where krill are most abundant. There’s surging demand for the nutrient-rich crustacean for feeding farm-raised fish…
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