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Eight million salmon have died in Norway over the past week, and algae is the cause

A salmon jumps for food pellets thrown by a Chilean worker into a tankanchored at the Pacific port of Chacabuco, some 1,800 kilometers south ofSantiago, September 16, 2003. From this new frontier of salmon farming,where snowcapped peaks descend into deep fjords and nutrient-rich currents,Chile is set to take over Norway as the world's largest producer of farmedsalmon, but not without criticism.  NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE  REUTERS/CarlosBarria=

The algal bloom resulted in a loss of 10,000 tonnes of salmon. Image: REUTERS/CarlosBarria=

Victoria Klesty
Senior Correspondent, Reuters
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