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Fishermen on a pirogue boat. CREDIT: ZACH CAMPBELL

Senegal’s fishermen say European overfishing is crippling them

Senegal’s coasts are severely lacking in fish, and the country is not alone. Scientists estimate that €1.9 billion in fish are missing from local markets all over West Africa each year.  

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