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Anchovy Catch Limit

The federal government’s final rule setting the annual catch limit for anchovies at 25,000 metric tons has no scientific basis and threatens the viability of the little fish’s central subpopulation, environmental group Oceana claims in a federal lawsuit.

SAN FRANCISCO – The federal government’s final rule setting the annual catch limit for anchovies at 25,000 metric tons has no scientific basis and threatens the viability of the little fish’s central subpopulation, environmental group Oceana claims in a federal lawsuit.

Categories / Briefs, Environment, Government

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