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graham anthony

REALLY WORRYING. One of the issues must be the number of infected and dying fish that are entering the food chain. the pictures we see are the dead fish but it stands to reason that some of the live fish deemed fit for human consumption must surely be infected.

Paul Roberts

Yet another shocking example of the waste and cruelty of industrial agriculture.

Paul Roberts

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