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Across the globe, 3 billion people — out of some 8 billion total — rely on seafood as a main source of nutrition. Experts are concerned about the future of many in-demand species, with some questioning whether eating seafood will be a sustainable food source in the future. Increased federal regulation to combat dwindling populations has made it more difficult for commercial fishermen to make a living reeling in fish popular in restaurants, like Atlantic halibut, gag grouper and red snapper. 

All this raises a pressing question: What will it take to keep the commercial fishing industry afloat while ensuring the future of marine wildlife?

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