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World Fisheries Day

8 monthes ago   |   By Minnesota Zoo

Each year on November 21, communities across the globe unite to recognize World Fisheries Day. This is an opportunity for us all to celebrate the importance of our planet's fisheries and the many communities and individuals who help protect and rely on these underwater resources. It is also a chance for us to reflect on the current state of our world's fisheries and actions that can be taken to promote their future health.
This year, World Fisheries Day focuses on the importance of small-scale fisheries. Millions of people around the world rely on fisheries for food, nutrition, income, and...
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