Eat a Ray, Save the Bay?
Recent article from Jeremy Berlin of National Geographic highlights benefits of eating Rays.
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"Eat a Ray, Save the Bay? Cownose rays swarm the Chesapeake Bay each summer, taxing an already fragile ecosystem by gobbling shellfish and roiling grass beds. Shaped like kites, they taste like tuna-a meaty mouthfeel packed with lean protein. Now area officials see a potential win-win: Whet human appetites with a tasteful name ("Chesapeake ray") and rebalance the bay.
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