I grew up in France, splitting my time between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic sides, so the sea has always been important to me. On weekends, my family would gather to go fishing and scuba diving, (a more refined cousin of the striped bass), and small fish like rainbow-colored for soup. On France’s western coast, we’d walk to the lakes and fill our knapsacks with trout and frogs, then eat them with tender dandelions. Ever since this exposure as a young child, I knew my life, in whatever form it would take, would be devoted to the wondrous creatures of the sea.

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