Oceanographers found strong evidence that overfishing sharks has led to the collapse of the shellfish industry; the sharks eat rays, and cownose rays, whose population has increased tenfold in thirty years, like to eat mollusks. | Harper's Magazine

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Oceanographers found strong evidence that overfishing sharks has led to the collapse of the shellfish industry; the sharks eat rays, and cownose rays, whose population has increased tenfold in thirty years, like to eat mollusks.

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Oceanographers found strong evidence that overfishing sharks has led to the collapse of the shellfish industry; the sharks eat rays, and cownose rays, whose population has increased tenfold in thirty years, like to eat mollusks.

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