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We must put a stop to this!It's simply not acceptable. As far as the law in most countries is concerned, the sea belongs to all humanity. though I actually disagree with this, the sea belongs to its' inhabitants, we can use this to our advantage.If we, anglers, biologists, illustrators and nature lovers everywhere begin to ask for our share of profits made from what according to the law is ours, the shares, although individually would be insignificant, as a whole would leave the industry without enough profit to be worthwhile.I hope you understand what I'm trying to say. Let's put the US only. Let's say a boat makes 20,000 $ in a month (example) this amount divided by 5 deckhands minus running costs might be enough to make a living, but this amount divided by 250,000 residents of the US would no longer be worth going out to fish. Do you get my point.Only an idea which in accordance with the law isn't so crazy.Frank.
Cone snails are one of the most venomous gastropods in the sea.
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