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A satellite picture of Nohwado, an island off the southwest coast of South Korea, shows numerous farms in the surrounding waters. (Source: Naver Map) Satellite photos of Nohwado are striking. Rows upon rows of neatly arranged black rectangles fill the waters surrounding the island, as if the farmland continued out in sea. In a sense, that’s true. The black lines are all farms for fish and other aquatic life, and it’s here that half of South Korea’s abalone [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmAW5d
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