Gastropodan crimes

Jenkins, Matt
June 2012
High Country News;6/11/2012, Vol. 44 Issue 10, p7
The article discusses the efforts of Department of Fish and Game warden Don Powers in protecting gastropods or abalones from poachers in California. It mentions that the eminence of such mollusks in the gastronomic firmament is not universally acknowledge wherein its flesh is extremely rubbery when fresh. An overview of the department's countermeasure against poaching is also presented.


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