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Juvenile Fish in a Fishing Net in Shidao
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Juvenile Fish Overfishing in Shidao
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Juvenile False Kelpfish in Fishing net in Shidao
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Truck in Fish Meal Factory in Shidao
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Dead Sharks in Fish Meal Factory in Shidao
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Compressed Trash Fish in Fish Meal Factory in Shidao
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Fishermen Prepare Fishing Nets in Shidao
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Fish Meal Factory in Shidao
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Trash Fish Preprocessing in Fish Meal Factory in Shidao
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Fish Meal Worker at Processing Factory in Shidao
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Overfishing of Juvenile Fish in Shidao
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Overfishing of Juvenile Fish in China
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Closed Fish Meal Factory in Shidao
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Juvenile Puffer Fish in a Fishing Net in Shidao
18 December, 2016 
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Workers at a Fish Meal Factory in Shidao
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Worker at a Fish Meal Factory in Shidao
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Worker at a Fish Meal Factory in Shidao
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Fish Meal Factories in Shidao
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Overfishing of Juvenile Fish in China (Photo & Video) 

Overfishing of Juvenile Fish in China (Photo & Video) 

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12/15/2016 
Greenpeace documents the intense overfishing of juvenile and "trash" fish - fish too young and/or too small for human consumption - in Shandong and Fujian provinces, major fishery regions in China. Greenpeace East Asia's investigation estimates that up to one third of China's total annual catch is "trash fish" - that is equivalent to the entire annual catch of Japan.
Overfishing over the past 30 years has destroyed much of the cycle of life in China’s waters. As result there are fewer and fewer mature fish. What’s left are quantities of juvenile fish, called “trash fish” by fishermen. Inedible for humans, the trash fish are processed for use as aquaculture feed. China has the world’s largest aquaculture industry; it consumes more than 7 million of domestic wild fish yearly and that demand is driving intensive fishing of juvenile fish. A vicious cycle causing even more damage to China’s seas. 
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