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The disturbing reason so many farmed salmon are partially deaf

Farmed salmon are "three times more likely to be partially deaf" than wild salmon, according to the University of Melbourne's Pursuit publication. Roughly every second farmed salmon that humans consume has lost a great deal of its ability to hear. And last year, scientists figured out why. [...]
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