Twenty-two million eggs, flounder eggs, traveled in a baggage car last
week from Woods Hole, Mass., where the Government maintains a fish
hatchery, to Jamaica Bay, L. I. There they were dumped into the coast
waters to hatch and grow. In three years, the new flounders will be big
enough to catch and eat. The ocean around New York Harbor is too filthy
for flounders to breed naturally.
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