Pushed by climate change, fish invasion of the Arctic bodes well for fishermen

By Brittany Patterson

More than 3 million years ago, the Arctic became a fish highway as species from the north Pacific Ocean spread through the Bering Strait and into the Arctic Ocean and then into the north Atlantic Ocean.

Now it's beginning to happen again.



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