Atlantic bluefin tuna

Blue fin tuna have elongate matching speed and endurance. They can also double breasted dorsal and anal fins into the recessed slot of the fuselage to reduce the drag of the water. Atlantic bluefin tuna (thunnus thynnus, the Atlantic bluefin tuna) is one of the largest fish species, the fastest and most splendid colours of the world. Fish torpedo shaped body, elongated line with speed and strength. Their colors-metallic blue above and white translucent silver…

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Sea cucumbers – A gift from the ocean

Sea cucumbers are species of echinoderm, sea urchins and starfish-like. There are 1250 species of sea cucumbers have been discovered, and indeed, many species have the same shape as the result of cucumber molluscs. They all live in the ocean, although some live in shallow waters, others live in the deep sea. They live at the bottom or near the bottom of the sea, occasionally going a part below. Sea cucumbers eat very small creatures…

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Caviar and how to harvest it

Someone still sometimes said that in Russia, there’s black caviar dishes which is a dose “ten great addition,” cure all “sick love” and in particular is extremely expensive. They massage xuýt calling it “Royal cuisine”, only for the nobility of the day before, or the senior officials, the nation now. A kilo of caviar is sold at 2,000-2,500 USD. Due to the expensive eggs each packed if eaten too 2 teaspoon will be deemed the lack of…

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Algae management techniques in shrimp ponds

Algae management techniques in shrimp ponds

Algae are a water-coloring agent that supplies oxygen and balances the ecosystems of pond water. Excessive occurrence of algae causes water environment fluctuations, affecting animal health. Farmers need to grasp the characteristics and developmental conditions of each algae in order to adjust, stimulate beneficial algae and limit harmful algae. 1. Common types of algae– Algae is the main source of oxygen for shrimp’s respiration, while absorbing nutrient salts, reducing the level in water, balancing the…

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Some kind of the ugly fish but delicious

Today Fish & More’s Magazine would like to introduce to you the species of the fish seem outwardly ugly but taste delicious and nutritious. 1. Sea Lamprey Maybe Sea Lamprey were not in this list, because, by the look of it first. You can’t be alive, right? It is a damn tube with more teeth. It followed the other fish, dig a hole in the skin, and the dry blood for them. It is not animal,…

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Super-intensive Shrimp culture technology in the greenhouse by Raceway technology

Raceway technology originated in South American countries (Mexico, Ecuador, Honduras, USA, Guatemala …), and has been thriving since 2008 when EMS / AHPND desease outbroke in these countries. This technology is widely used in shrimp farming, especially popular in white shrimp farming. The important goal of this technology is to help increase profitability on the same farrmin area in the same period of time thanks to its short rotation capability, maximize the white shrimps’ superior…

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Technical of raising commercial geoduck (part1) – The Hanging style

There are two main forms of culture: cage hanging on hanging cage or fixed rig, referred to as “suspension culture” and feeding on natural beach or park renovation, referred to as “bottom feeding”. Stocking seasons: from April to June each year. Culture time reach commercial size (over 50 grams / head) from 1 year or more. Every form of farming is done through 5 steps. Here is the step by step detailed instructions of different…

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