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Tasmania's salmon industry detonates underwater bombs to scare away seals – but at what cost?

By Benjamin Richardson, Professor of Environmental Law, University of Tasmania
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The industry says the deterrent is necessary, but evidence suggests the devices pose a significant threat to some marine life, including maiming and killing seals.

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