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Canada's Atlantic cod stocks, once estimated at 1.5-2.5 billion fish of reproductive age, collapsed in the early 1990s from overfishing
Originally posted by connorromanow
reply to post by RedShirt73
well than its still not solving the proplem because they are only killing grey seals
Originally posted by XLR8R
reply to post by connorromanow
Yes I agree, but with the melting of the ice caps traveling long distances is nearly impossible. The polar bears would travel and rest on ice shelves or small glaciers...what ever you want to call them. Same for the seals and they would meet somewhere in the middle. Same for the whales. The seals would rest on an ice shelf and the whale would slide up and catch a seal.