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The world’s first octopus farm – should it go ahead?


But octopus tentacles sizzle in pans, coil on plates and float in soups around the world – from Asia to the Mediterranean, and increasingly the USA. In South Korea, the creatures are sometimes eaten alive. The number of octopuses in the wild are decreasing and prices are going up. An estimated 350,000 tonnes are caught each year – more than 10 times the number caught in 1950.



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