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How to save the Taku fishery

How to save the Taku fishery

The Taku is one of the most sought after seafood species in the world.

It is widely used as a delicacy in Japan, China and Taiwan.

But the Tukeans are facing extinction, says the organisation that advocates for the Takee people.

The Tukean fishery is in the spotlight because it is the only fish species of the Taei clan that is not listed as endangered.

The fish was first discovered in 1859 in the Tumakan region of the Northern Tuke.

It was thought to be a rare fish that could only be caught by a Japanese woman.

But after the discovery of another fish species, it became a delicity in Japan.

Today, the Tukan fishers are the mainstay of the region.

But despite this, their population is at risk.

It is estimated that the Tuka fishery can produce up to 5 million tonnes of fish a year.

That is equivalent to more than 300 million tonnes per year.

However, the fish is also hunted for its fins.

A new report by the WWF has warned that if the Tuskans fishery was to close, they could be the first of many to vanish.

The report, titled Tuskan fisheries: a case study, argues that it is not only their traditional livelihood but also the way they live, that will be at risk as they are being destroyed by overfishing.

It calls on Japan to protect the Tuki fishery, and ensure that the fish are protected from extinction.

It also calls on the Government to ensure that any new fishing licenses are designed to protect and conserve the Tukes fishery.

The WWF says the Government has already begun a “strategic conservation plan” to protect Tukas traditional way of life.

The WWF report also calls for the Government “to protect the cultural, religious and other traditions of the people of the Southern Tukei people, and to protect their natural resources and natural resources of the surrounding region.””

In recognition of the significance of the fisheries to Tukia and to the Tama, the Government should ensure that all new fisheries are designed so that they protect the indigenous fishery and its traditional ways of life.”

The WWF report also calls for the Government “to protect the cultural, religious and other traditions of the people of the Southern Tukei people, and to protect their natural resources and natural resources of the surrounding region.”

Its report says that if all of the South Tukeo are to be protected, the country will become a “national treasure”.

The report says it is time to “take a stand” and “fight back” to save our traditional way.