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Salmon are shrinking in size and scientists are trying to establish the cause – but the consensus is that climate change is the main culprit.
This change in size could impact global fish trade, as consumers in different markets prefer different sizes when it comes to their salmon: in Japan, a smaller fish is favoured but in Europe, bigger fish are popular, especially due to the popularity of smoked salmon.
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