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Eel Populations Slipping as Demand for the Delicacy Grows

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May 9, 2013
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Eel is an international culinary sensation, but numbers of the precious fish are shrinking even as worldwide demand explodes. In New York, researchers are seeking to understand more about the life cycle of this mysterious creature, hoping to thwart their disappearance before it's too late.


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