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Japan is the leading producer of farm-raised shrimp, offering a lower price than Americans who farm or catch shrimp for a living. Shrimp farming requires converting coastline estuaries into holding pens for the baby shrimp to grow in. What will be the long-term consequences for Japan if this industry continues to grow? 1.? Increased growth in the near-shore fishing and crabbing industries of Japan 2.Increased estuarine diversity because of new predators 3.Decreased pollution of estuaries and coastal waterways. 4.Decreased number of fish species who use the estuaries

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