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Jellyfish damage Spanish fish population

Suggestion is that jellyfish could end up on your plate, rather than more traditional denizens of deep.

Last Modified: 30 Jun 2013 14:24
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Overfishing in the Mediterranean led to increase in jellyfish numbers that damages fish population.

The suggestion is that they could end up on your plate, rather than the more traditional denizens of the deep.

However, it is an idea that many find hard to swallow.

Al Jazeera's Claudio Lavanga reports from Delta de l'Ebro, Spain.

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