CHINA'S LARGEST CHINESE STURGEON BREEDING base in Jingzhou, Hubei province, reported that the fish that belongs to the valuable first generation of its artificial breeding population started dying on Friday, and 36 had died by Saturday. The base also revealed that the second generation sturgeons began dying in large numbers from September, and nearly 6,000 had died by Nov 5. The comments:



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