Fishy Sequences

Fraud is a major issue facing the seafood industry, as about a quarter of seafood on the market is estimated to be labeled as the wrong species, write Ben Shouse from the Pew Charitable Trust and Oregon State University's Scott Baker at Scientific American's guest blog.

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