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This Ancient Japanese Tradition Uses Birds to Catch Fish
Some fishers in Japan still practice ukai, in which cormorants dive for a fresh catch.
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This Photographer Found Peace While Fly-Fishing Kenya's Lush Highland Rivers
Pete Muller was searching for a way to heal after years of working in some of Africa's most conflicted environments. He found it at the Mathioya River.
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'Sea Nomads' Are First Known Humans Genetically Adapted to Diving
For hundreds of years, the Bajau have lived at sea, and natural selection may have made them genetically stronger divers.
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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.
Rarely Seen 'Prehistoric' Shark With 300 Teeth Caught loading...
Rarely Seen 'Prehistoric' Shark With 300 Teeth Caught
A rarely seen creature from the deep sea was recently pulled up from the ocean near Portugal.
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Shark-Fishing Forum Reveals Destructive Practices Despite Good Intentions
A new study identifies hundreds of instances of illegal shark fishing in Florida. The analysis suggests that many fishermen value sustainable fishing but are often skeptical of—or outright resistant to—many of the efforts to promote it.
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After a mediocre North Atlantic bluefin tuna season up north, Captain Dave Marcianoand Captain TJ Ott travel south into the waters of the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

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