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The Chesapeake Bay and many of its species still face problems of pollution, overfishing, and ecological imbalance. Watermen who depend on the bay have been beleaguered by shrinking catches, and tighter control over fishing. Now oyster growers have discovered they have another challenge: an unwanted visitor to the Bay that keeps preying on their shellfish. The State of Virginia is trying out a unique idea that might help everyone - the oyster growers, the fisherman, and the bay.

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