Interview with a Poacher

“‘We catch so many fish that the different salmon species no longer return. Once we’ve exhausted one species we move on to the next,'” Alexander said, offering me a spoonful of orange salmon caviar and a cup of tea.” Luke Harding’s interview with a Russian poacher is remarkable not so much for the revelation of how extensive the poaching is on the Kamchatka peninsula, but for how little is apparently done to stop them. In the U.K.’s The Guardian.

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