Eastern orange roughy makes a comeback

Eastern orange roughy is back to healthy levels following overfishing in the 1980s. Photo: Stephen McGowan, Australian Maritime College, 2006/Marine Photobank

The eastern orange roughy fishery is to be re-opened after rebuilding to a healthy level where the species can be commercially fished for the first time in 10 years.

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