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[BBC] Omega-3 oils in farmed salmon 'halve in five years'

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-37321656
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But the industry is exploring new ways to arrest the decline - which appears to be due to the type of feed given to the farmed fish.


hehehe humans will never learn, the only way for quality to life to have an upward progress is to control population growth of our own species tongue.gif
    
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Wild salmon eat krill. It's what makes them pink. Farmed salmon are fed kibble made from chicken. Farmed salmon actually have grey flesh because of it and are dyed pink. Why are they dyed pink? Would you eat grey salmon?
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I like the idea of farming fish, but they need to feed them properly so they have the same nutritional value as wild fish.
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Wild salmon eat krill. It's what makes them pink. Farmed salmon are fed kibble made from chicken. Farmed salmon actually have grey flesh because of it and are dyed pink. Why are they dyed pink? Would you eat grey salmon?
I don't eat raw salmon, so no. I prefer it blackened or with a nice brown cayenne or cajun coating.
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Only 1 solution: kill all of the bears.
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Only 1 solution: kill all of the bears.

Why? so you feed more people with more salmon, and more people continue to breed, population growth is the issue

https://youtu.be/khFjdmp9sZk?t=51s watch at 1.5x or 2x speed to save time.
    
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Why? so you feed more people with more salmon, and more people continue to breed, population growth is the issue

https://youtu.be/khFjdmp9sZk?t=51s watch at 1.5x or 2x speed to save time.

That's the joke.
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That's the joke.

I just watched a few different time lapses of population growth for humans, from 1800ish to present we went from 1 billion to almost 7 billion.... its insane... think of how much each person consumes...
    
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I just watched a few different time lapses of population growth for humans, from 1800ish to present we went from 1 billion to almost 7 billion.... its insane... think of how much each person consumes...

Which is exactly why we can't allow bears to eat our salmon anymore.
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Actually the "average" human just eats some rice and chicken broth every day.

If you want to save the world, you probably only need to get rid of the ones that horde technology.
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