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Fishermen and the Impact of Aquaculture

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Fish farming, or aquaculture, is becoming more prevalent as populations of wild fish decline and the world's appetite for seafood keeps increasing. The growth of the industry has left some commercial fishermen wondering if they'll suffer the same fate as small family farmers. NPR's Chris Arnold reports.

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