On March 24, 2017, the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s World Conservation Congress (WCCC) published its 2017 World Fisheries Report.
In a statement, the IUCN noted that in 2017, fisheries accounted for about one-third of global fisheries, which were also important sources of income for most people.
In 2017, fish accounted for more than a quarter of all seafood consumed globally.
However, while fish have a significant role in the diet of humans, there are some fish species that are not particularly well known, and this may be the reason that their numbers are not as high as others.
For example, the species of cod that is commonly found in Japanese sushi and other sushi dishes are not commonly found on the global scale.
In the US, there is a small fishery of small fish in the Pacific Ocean, called the Pacific Marine Fisheries Service (PMFS), which includes Pacific cod, tuna, swordfish, swordtail, and tuna carp.
These fish are harvested for food and used to supplement the US seafood supply.
But since they are only available to certain types of fish, they are often not eaten by people in the US.
In addition, there have been reports of small, non-native species of Atlantic cod being introduced to the US from Canada, which is known to be a food source for the Japanese cod fishery.
In addition, although some fish populations have been declining in recent years, there has been no consistent decrease in the number of species in the wild, and therefore there are still some species in existence.
These species have an ecological niche that is important for their survival.
For example, cod is a major food source in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, where they feed on plankton.
Cod has also been found to eat certain species of algae, including sea urchins, which are important nutrients in the marine environment.
The Atlantic cod fisherry is a highly diverse and complex system.
For many years, the fishery has been managed by the Canadian government.
But as the fishing industry has expanded to the north and south of Canada, some of these species have been introduced to Canadian waters.
The fisheries report also listed a few species of fish that are critically endangered.
There are currently more than 10,000 species of fishes in the world, and the IUF’s Global Fishes Index (GFI) is one of the most reliable indicators of species status, according to the IUPAC.
The GFI measures fish stocks in a variety of areas and provides a measure of the extent to which species are being caught.
The report notes that there are no significant trends in the global number of fish species.
The species in question are listed as endangered by the IUSC.
According to the latest data from the IFS, there were 1,974,931 fish species in total, which made up an average of 0.5 percent of the world’s total fish stocks.
The IUF lists more than 8,000 fish species as critically endangered and estimates that there will be 1,800,000,000 or 1.5 billion fish species globally by 2050.