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AFP - Crabs, lobsters and other crustaceans represent the most common species in the world's seas, and the waters of Australia and Japan are the most diverse, according to a vast inventory of marine life.
Bio-diversity is threatened and species are going extinct because corporate agendas prefer only a few very profitable species to fish-farm in billions, driving all others to the edges of the global ocean. Meanwhile, "landfill in the sea" is a favorite solution to the waste disposal problem; and as the human population and its economy continue to grow and pollute, one can imagine the bacteria inheriting everything.
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