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Nassau groupers map
DWINDLING FISH POPULATIONS—Fishermen have long sought Nassau groupers, which live among coral reefs in the Caribbean Sea, from Central America to the Bahamas and Bermuda. In recent decades, 80 to 90 percent of grouper populations have been lost to overfishing. (Illustration by Jack Cook/WHOI Graphic Services)

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