, Gloucester, MA


Warm Ocean Fish [Duplicate]

This August 2012 photo provided by the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth Center for Coastal Studies shows an an Atlantic croaker, captured and released from a Nantucket Sound fish weir off the island of Nantucket, Mass. Fish commonly found in warmer ocean waters to the south have become more common in New England as ocean temperatures rise. In the past two years, fishermen in southern New England have seen a noticeable spike in cobia, croaker and spot, fish species more commonly found in the waters off the mid-Atlantic. (AP Photo/University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth Center for Coastal Studies, Josh Raia)

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