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Cold Galveston Bay oysters on the half shell and January go hand in hand, like saltines and cocktail sauce. Cool temperatures have plumped up bivalves to their prime size by now and area restaurants are celebrating the bounty, although it may be short-lived.

Kathryn Eastburn: 409-683-5257; kathryn.eastburn@galvnews.com.

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Randy Chapman

The real reason oysters are still in trouble is clearly demonstrated by the video below. Looks like a bunch of buzzards on a dead deer. https://youtu.be/ec4Ffx1BgJ4

Bailey Jones

The collapse of the Atlantic cod fishery in 1993 should have been a warning to everyone.

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