China dominates fishing in South American Waters

Giant squid, squid or Dosidicus gigas, measures up to 3 meters in length and can reach 50 kilos in weight. It is one of the main species of the southeastern Pacific Ocean, and at the same time, it is one of the species with the most significant commercial pressure in the world. Thousands of tons are extracted annually, a large part from the international waters located off Ecuador, Peru and Chile. The main player behind that voracious appetite is China: it has a declared fleet of 671 ships. The squid catch…
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