Warming waters: Seafood stocks under threat in Maine

Maine's most lucrative seafood could eventually suffer if warming trends continue.

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    The Gulf of Maine on the East Coast of the United States is warming faster than the rest of the world's oceans, offering a sneak preview of what climate change may mean for other parts of the globe.

    The half-billion-dollar local fishing industry is struggling to adapt to the loss of some species, like shrimp.

    Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey reports from Port Clyde in Maine.


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