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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 A World Without Fish Fish populationdwindling laws were placed on fishing limits and certain rules were enacted Inventions were too good Items like Trawls were Banned Salt packing and well boats were implemented Terrible Quality Problem and Solution We stopped using great tactics that even ancient fishermen knew Trawls and trawlers were catching too much, so they had to be ended Paragraph and Quote Certain fish were being isolated and protected from all fishing entirely. My book, "A World Without Fish", by Mark Kurlansky, is a warning to anything and everything that needs fish. Fish of all kinds are going extinct and it could all be due to human interaction. Many places have a failing population of fish because of our hasty need. To fix failing populations, we are trying to place limits and rules on what fish you can retrieve. But why are populations failing, you may ask, and the answer is the fact that inventions are over-efficient. Things like trawls were catching too many fish so they have been banned. Other than not having enough fish, the quality was also terrible by time they hit themarket. This changed when a boat called a well boat was introduced so that fisherman could keep fish alive while out at sea, salt packing also helped preserve fish. In conclusion, "A World Without Fish" is a great book. "Give a man a fish, he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish, he eats for life."- Confucious
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