Turning up heat on lionfish

Turning up heat on lionfish

There are 3 comments on the The Gleaner story from Mar 25, 2012, titled Turning up heat on lionfish. In it, The Gleaner reports that:

The Scotia Group has partnered with the Centre for Marine Sciences at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Rainforest Seafoods, the National Environment and Planning Agency , and the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries to turn the tables on the lionfish which has been wreaking havoc on Jamaica's fish stock.

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WV Papaw

Huntington, WV

#1 Mar 26, 2012
How do we read a story five sentences long and have ang idea what is going on!!!!!!!!!!
memyselfandi

Aurora, CO

#2 Apr 2, 2012
I agree...this is BS
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