30 Sep '17, 12am

[Watch] The tiny fish behind Peru's big ecosystems and economies

What's the world's largest commercial fishery? No, it's not tuna or salmon — it's the unassuming Peruvian anchovy. In this video, learn how this tiny fish supports hundreds of other species and a giant fishing industry. But a changing climate means that it's more important than ever to use science to help these amazing little anchovies.

Full article: http://oceana.org/blog/watch-tiny-fish-behind-perus-big-e...

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