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Gulf Seafood Scare of the Week

tigershrimpdec.jpgIf true, this just sucks: "An exotic, large species of shrimp is being found once again in the Gulf of Mexico and posing a potential threat to the $700 million Gulf shrimping industry." Via a website that claims to be a "leading online news and technical resource to the global aquaculture industry," black tiger shrimp (an invasive species of gigantic shrimp that tend to compete with and occasionally eat native species) are being found throughout the Gulf, from the coast of Louisiana down to Corpus Christi. [TheFishSite.com]

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