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Industrial Fishing Occupies A Third Of The Planet
Using satellite data recently made public, conservationists may be able to manage the massive industry.
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Why Do Seabirds Eat Plastic? It Smells Like Fish to Them
A sweeping look at 10 species of seabirds gives insight into why their numbers have plummeted over the past 60 years.
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Rare Fish With Hands Spotted In Tasmania
The find could as much as double the area's currently known population.
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Giant 'Swamp King' Fish Rescued From Flood
In a six-hour mission, locals saved the critically endangered fish and rereleased it back to its home.
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New Fish Species Lives 8 Kilometres Underwater—A Record
Scientists have formally identified a new species of snailfish, the deepest ever caught in the Mariana Trench. A related species has been filmed but never collected.
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Swimming Inside A 'Fish Tornado'
The waters of Cabo Pulmo, Mexico, teem with life—a reminder of what the oceans were like a century ago.
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Climate Change May Shrink the World’s Fish
A new study suggests warming sea temperatures could result in smaller fish sizes.
About the Show

Every Alaskan summer, more than 400 fishing boats and their relentless captains race into Cook Inlet seeking wild Alaskan salmon. In just a few short weeks, these intrepid fishermen must make their entire yearly wage while facing tremendous tides, 30-hour work days, mechanical breakdowns and unpredictable weather. Can they reel in a share of the $65 million dollars of salmon up for grabs?

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