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Last year, Japan set an anti-record for the volume of seafood fishing. The largest decrease is in squid catches

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According to the ministry, seafood fishing fell by 1.4% last year to 4.2 million tonnes, the lowest level since 1956, when statistics began to be collected. The largest declines are in catches of squid and squid in the Pacific – a trend that has been observed in recent years.

The Japanese department believes that the decline in seafood catches is largely due to changes in the ecosystem and climate change.

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