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Why the ethics of octopus farming is so troubling

By Lindsay Hamilton, Professor of Animal Organization Studies, University of York
Octopus is a popular ingredient in many cuisines, with some 420,000 metric tonnes of this mollusc being caught worldwide each year. The rising global popularity of octopus has been attributed to the increasingly adventurous tastes of younger consumers, its nutritional benefits and the decline of traditional fish stocks such as cod. This helps explain…The Conversation

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