How does consuming krill oil affect the environment?

Krill is not an endangered species. Even though whales feed almost exclusively on krill, less than 1% of the biomass is harvested for human consumption. The CCAMLR (Commission of Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources) regulates and establishes catch limits to ensure that krill remains a non-endangered species. The krill industry is regulated by the Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR). This organization helps regulate the industry and ensure that krill are not farmed or fished to extinction.



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