Does the caviar industry destroy certain fish populations?

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    The caviar industry is readily destroying the sturgeon population.  The sturgeon has been placed in the most endangered zone (“critically endangered”) of the Red List for endangered species.  According to this list, 85% of the sturgeon population are endangered as of March 2010. 

    http://www.tennis.org/Animals/Fish%20ID/Beluga_sturgeon.htm

    There are 25 known species of sturgeon and only four of them are not considered endangered.  The Beluga sturgeon, the most common source of caviar, is critically endangered. 

    http://www.husohuso.co.uk/

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    The caviar industry is readily destroying the sturgeon population.  The sturgeon has been placed in the most endangered zone (“critically endangered”) of the Red List for endangered species.  According to this list, 85% of the sturgeon population are endangered as of March 2010. 

    http://www.tennis.org/Animals/Fish%20ID/Beluga_sturgeon.htm

    There are 25 known species of sturgeon and only four of them are not considered endangered.  The Beluga sturgeon, the most common source of caviar, is critically endangered. 

    http://www.husohuso.co.uk/

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