The head of the Fisheries Secretariat of the Government of the State of Campeche, José del Carmen Rodríguez, acknowledged that there are multiple factors that harm the production of pink shrimp in the state.
The environmental scheme plays an important role, climate change, pollution, and also human actions which include overexploitation and lack of respect for fishing seasons.
He acknowledged that the catch of the crustacean is decreasing year after year, while indicating that studies with several institutions dedicated to research and education have been done to determine why it is that this production is decreasing.
José del Carmen Rodríguez concluded that there are several factors in addition to the fact that the closed season of shrimp fishing may have to be changed.
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