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‘Alarm bells ringing’ as Queensland Fisheries Minister responds to scallop stock collapse – fisherynation.com

A stock assessment of scallops has revealed critically low numbers off the Queensland coast, just 6 per cent of their original biomass.

Source: ‘Alarm bells ringing’ as Queensland Fisheries Minister responds to scallop stock collapse – fisherynation.com

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