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Texas drought having major impact on oyster industry

CBS News Friday, 14 August 2020
Over-harvesting and an influx of oxygen-depleting algae have severely depleted the Gulf Coast oyster population, and the industry is suffering. CBS News' Danielle Nottingham reports.
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