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Indian fishermen try new nets for healthier oceans FILE In this Monday, March 21, 2016, file photo, fishermen arrange their fishing nets before they start fishing in the river Brahmaputra in Gauhati, India.

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80 a pound). "With very little manipulation of the environment, you can grow crabs wherever you have mangroves," said N. Vasudevan, who heads a special unit dedicated to mangrove conservation for the government of India's western state of Maharashtra.


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