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Subject: Re: Killing fish larvae
From: Nick Tolimieri <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Wed, 8 Mar 2000 12:42:56 GMT+1200

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> It is a strange debate if it is "human" to kill a fish
> larvae with alcohol. Does anybody ask if e.g. trawling
> is "human"? There are no bureaucrats asking commercial
> trawlers for something like this. Trawling squeezes
> animals to death. This is far more cruel than killing
> a fish larvae very fast with alcohol.

That brings up a related point.  If I want to go fishing for dinner, I
can bag something like 9 snapper a day without a lisence or permit
(here in NZ).  If I want to look at their gut contents...I need a permit
from the Department of Conservation...seems strange.

Nick Tolimieri
University of Auckland
Leigh Marine Laboratory
P.O. Box 349
New Zealand

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