Spain: Seaweed invasion hurting fishermen's livelihoods

Seaweed native to the northwest Pacific is invading the rich marine waters of the Strait of Gibraltar and the brown algae is clogging up fishermen's nets and endangering their way of life.

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    Seaweed native to the northwest Pacific is invading the rich marine waters of the Strait of Gibraltar and preventing traditional fishermen from catching tuna.

    They say the brown algae is clogging up their nets and endangering their way of life.

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera News


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