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Fish are evolving to escape modern fishing techniques. This is what it means

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Modern fishing gear has been developed to specifically target groups of schooling species. Image: REUTERS/Amit Dave

Lucy Foster
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Fishing supports 800 million people globally. Image: WWF

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Overfishing threatens over 800 million people. Image: WWF
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