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A long fishing line at sea, that stretches for tens of kilometres and is baited with hundreds of hooks and held by floats. This type of line often catches many non‐target species (such as tuna, sharks, and dolphins) so has a large unplanned bycatch.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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