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The oceans are losing their life-sustaining oxygen. That’s what data from the last 50 years show, and what predictive computer models indicate for the future. The problem? There’s a mismatch, and that suggests to researchers in Germany that oceans may be on a path to losing oxygen faster than realized.

An Associated Press investigation reported that a major seafood distributor has been selling fresh, “local” fish from the other side of the world.

Wild herring, sardines and other small forage fish may be the sustainable foods of the future – but they are not a limitless resource.


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