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In this issue, learn more about the latest puzzles solved in the world of dinosaur research; In other news, 31 January may be a bad day for salmon lovers as they learn about the decline in farmed salmon production. Norway and Scotland salmon farms (two of the world’s biggest exporters) have been decimated by sea lice, while a toxic algae bloom killed enough fish in Chile to fill several Olympic swimming pools. With that being said, poor fishing practices for decades also add on to the drastically decreasing population of edible fish and it may spell the end of fish as food. We got in touch with a marine biologist; writer and keen scuba diver to reveal new innovations that could help reverse the damage.

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