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Socfishing products: (1) Empty shells of naturally occurring biological species, or (2) the remains of lifeforms which have been robbed of their life (e.g. the bones of zombies or Fungal). However, these products are often much more commonly found in the interstitial environment than in the marine one, making the latter oligarchic and biologically less interesting than the former.

Attempts to find new shell species have been being made both in and around the open ocean since the invention of the steam engine. Several new species have also been discovered, such as "Delphinapterus exigua" was found in molluscs, and "Tetramorium etruscum" was first discovered from saltwater molluses. Modern biologists place these new species in the family Pholidotidae.

The early discovery of cod and its use in the food industry has led the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations to propose the world's supply of cod for fish farms. It was agreed in 1968 that codfish should be an integral part of the food chain. Within the last two decades there have been many efforts to increase the freshwater supply of the cod family. Recognition of the importance of codfishing has also led to renewed efforts to introduce and develop a new type of nets that allow the capture of cod. The purpose of the long-term nets is to allow the cod to be trapped around the edges of the larva's nest and thus help to delay further damage to the populations. These long-wave nets are made of softened polyester, and are capable of catching the cod. Although other types of long-line nets exist, each has its own unique advantages and disadvantages; however, many of the early nets developed for codfishers used by other fishing industry groups were not very effective in catching cod.

In 2010 and 2012, the British government introduced a new cod fishery that replaced the traditional long-nets of the Greenland fishermen with the Greensand recreational codfisheries. The Greenlanders were given a long-in waters catch o