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Mexico hopes fish farming can help save endangered porpoise

Mexico s environment department said Friday it plans to invest in three fish farms to raise 300,000 juvenile totoaba to control the illegal trafficking of the species. At least one company currently raises Totoaba from hatchlings in the Gulf of California, also known as the Sea of Cortez, the only place both species are found. Fishing for totoaba is prohibited in the Gulf of California, but the high prices traffickers pay make that hard to enforce. /muf...

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هذه الصفحة هي مجرد قاریء تلقائي للأخبار باستخدام خدمة الـ RSS و بأن نشر هذه الأخبار هنا لاتعني تأییدها علی الإطلاق.

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