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Deep sea aquaculture on this week's "Earth - A New Wild"

greygarious | Feb 18, 201507:53 PM     1

The subject of the PBS series this week is the oceans. In the second half, Dr. Sanjayan visits an immense underwater geodesic dome which contains totoaba - a fish that can reach 200#. The deep-water location means currents constantly change the water, and the fish are healthier. It's an impressive-looking enterprise.

Also included is oyster cultivation in the waters surrounding NYC.

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