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They stop fishing for krill to save marine fauna
Krill is a small crustacean that lives in all the oceans of the world. It feeds on phytoplankton and is the staple food for whales, penguins and other seabirds in Antarctica. In January 2020, five industrial krill fishermen announced that they would stop fishing in Antarctic waters. Photo credit: National Marine Sanctuaries
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