Video: Time Running Out to Save Seafood

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November 28, 2006—Unless humans make drastic changes now, worldwide seafood stocks will be gone by 2048 because of overfishing, scientists warned earlier this month in the journal Science.

But the damage is reversible—as long as governments have the political will to protect and police large portions of the ocean, the researchers say.

Dive beneath the waves to see the many fish species threatened by humankind's ever-growing appetite, and learn what one of the scientists who issued the dire warning thinks can be done to save the oceans.

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