Moroccan red algae: an endangered treasure

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Morocco is the biggest producer of red seaweed in the world, with over 14,000 tons a year. The algae is the source of a natural gelling agent used in food, but constant harvesting by locals is putting the region's ecosystem at risk. Originally filed on August 22, 2009. Duration: 01:48.

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