Senegal: Fishermen Left Stranded As Senegal’s Most Sought-After Catch Moves North

[RFI] Coastal communities in Senegal are reeling as stocks of sardinella – the country’s most consumed fish – disappear from local waters. While fishermen blame industrial trawlers, scientists say climate change is sending the small, paddle-shaped fish northwards in search of cooler habitats. 

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