A catch of orange roughy and some bycatch species in the net hauled by the Belize-registered deep sea trawler 'Chang Xing' in international waters in the Tasman Sea. Greenpeace along with more than a thousand scientists are supporting the call for a m...

Photo | 9 June, 2004

A catch of orange roughy and some bycatch species in the net hauled by the Belize-registered deep sea trawler 'Chang Xing' in international waters in the Tasman Sea. Greenpeace along with more than a thousand scientists are supporting the call for a moratorium on high seas bottom trawling, because of the vast amount of marine life that is destroyed by this fishing method.

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