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Lacto-ovo vegetarians eat plants, dairy, and eggs, but not meat. This is a commonly seen as the "default" form of vegetarianism. A pesco vegetarian is somebody who eats seafood (or in some cases only fish), but not other meat. Also, somebody who eats plants, dairy, and seafood is a lacto-pesco vegetarian.


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That's an interesting question. According to this article fisheries can recover even in ten years, so much faster than "a few human generations": The team ran computer simulations on a massive database of 4,713 fisheries, representing about 78 percent of worldwide fishing activity. By 2050, global fish populations could double if all countries ...


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There are many ways to assess whether human activities are "good for the environment" but when it comes to eating fish, the major concern is about rapidly declining fish populations in all oceans around the world. I suggest checking out these related questions: How big is the impact that humans have on the emptiness of oceans? How long would it take for ...


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There is a lot of uncertainty around marine ecosystem recovery. In some areas, there are concerns that even if all fishing stopped, the ecosystem would never return to it's former state. Part of the reason is that over fishing is not the only factor effecting marine life. Warming waters and increased extreme weather also have a large impact. The Gulf of ...


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To understand this we have to first get "context" and "viewpoint" of the "terms", "labels" & "definitions" & cultural background/ history. Given that the population of vegetarians in India is largest/ highest by number a well as percentage across the Globe and the longest history a well, where the "holy cow" reference originates from, please do ...


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