Southern California Fisheries Hit Hard By Unusual Water Temperatures

March 02, 2016 01:30 PM
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Squid is one of California's largest commercial fisheries. Much of the squid that is caught is exported to countries in Asia and the Mediterranean. But in the last several months, the eight-armed creature has pretty much disappeared from Southern California waters, and scientists are saying warming ocean temperatures are to blame. Elizabeth Lee has details from San Pedro, California.