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It’s an early October morning and temperatures are just above freezing when Christoph Oberle and his assistants haul a big dragnet full of carp across a pond to the shore in Kosbach, near the southern German city of Erlangen. It’s harvest time for carp — a traditional Christmas meal in many parts of Europe.
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