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Jul 27 - Judge Orders Ban on Some Mexican Seafood Imports Over Threatened Vaquita Population


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Judge Orders Ban on Some Mexican Seafood Imports Over Threatened Vaquita Population

noaa photoSEAFOODNEWS.COM [San Diego Union Tribune] by Rosanna Xia - July 27, 2018

To protect one of the most endangered species in the world, an international trade court judge ordered the Trump administration Thursday to ban all seafood harvested with gill nets in Mexico's northern Gulf of California - a bold move with significant political and economic consequences.

The order to save the vaquita porpoise, nicknamed "panda of the sea" for its chubby frame and black-ringed eyes, comes despite arguments from the U.S. government that a ban...

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