For 1,700 years, jellyfish have been netted along China’s coast. Sold dried, about 170,000 tons a year are caught in Southeast Asia. Ecologists worry that in some waters as larger fish disappear and smaller fish are targeted, only low-end species like jellyfish will remain.
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