Question 18 1 why are fish aggregating devices fads a

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QUESTION 18 1. Why are fish-aggregating devices (FADs) a problem? FADs poison fish that swim near them Whales may inhale them and suffocate FADs are dangerous to sea turtles
FADs attract both target and non-target species 4 points QUESTION 19 1. Which two aquaculture methods can be carried out inland (away from oceans or large bodies of water)?
4 points QUESTION 20 2. How are species like dolphins and marine turtles most affected by overfishing?
4 points QUESTION 21 Consider at least three seafood items that you, members of your family, or perhaps your friends commonly eat that appear on the Seafood Watch guides. 1. What are they?
2. Are they "best choices", "good alternatives", or ones to "avoid"? They fall into all 3 categories Best Choices, Good Alternatives, and Avoid
3. Do they perhaps fall into more than one category?
If so, why? If not, why might some items fall into more than one category? Be specific and give examples. Choose the guide for your state or use the national guide: [Note: If you, your family and friends do not eat seafood, pretend that you do and respond to the question accordingly.]
Path: p Words: 0 Three seafood items consumed by members of my family and friends are tuna, salmon, and shrimp. These items can be farmed, wild caught, imported or domestic reason I believe it is why they fall on all three categories. By using the seafood watch guide, we can see which the best and healthiest option is to choose. For example, US farmed shrimp is the healthiest choice when buying shrimps as oppose to imported shrimp. The reason is because they are well managed and responsibly caught by its farmers. While the imported shrimps, we are not able to confirm how they are caught, farmed, and managed.

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