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Murky Waters: Shrimp Farming in Bangladesh

Murky Waters: Shrimp Farming in Bangladesh

The corrupt practices, human rights abuses, and environmental degradation caused by the shrimp industry are exposed in an original investigative report by the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation. And, find out how shrimp from Bangladesh, exposed to pesticides and injected with dirty water, may be toxic to your health.

Murky Waters: Shrimp Farming in Bangladesh

The corrupt practices, human rights abuses, and environmental degradation caused by the shrimp industry are exposed in an original investigative report by the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation. And, find out how shrimp from Bangladesh, exposed to pesticides and injected with dirty water, may be toxic to your health.

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