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Fisheries

Japan shells out more for summer fish as catches dry up

Skipjack, octopus and squid hauls sink amid less-hospitable waters

Wholesale prices of skipjack tuna have surged 25% amid a 40% plunge in catches this season.

TOKYO -- Changing sea temperatures are making popular fish harder to come by in Japan, driving up prices for dinner table mainstays.

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