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Costa Rica's biodiverse Osa Peninsula on the verge of collapse
The Osa Peninsula, on the South Pacific side of Costa Rica, is one of the most biologically intense places on Earth. But overfishing is depleting its resources, says Sierra Goodman, an advocate pushing to turn Osa into a Marine Protected Area (MPA).
Saving the western and central Pacific Ocean bigeye tuna
Scientists at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, have suggested their research may have found a way forward to help the ill-fated bigeye tuna.
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The whale shark caught within the net is frequently harmed or killed, with more than 10 percent trapped and left to die.
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A fisherman attempts to scare dolphins towards a small area where they can escape a net hauling in both spinner dolphins and tuna.
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