Native Fish Species

Some articles on fish, species, native fish:

Oily Fish
... Oily fish have oil in their tissues and in the belly cavity around the gut ... this figure varies both within and between species ... Examples include small forage fish, such as sardines, herring and anchovies, and other larger pelagic fish, such as salmon, trout, ilish and mackerel ...
Trout Cod - Conservation
... threatened by overfishing, environmental factors and introduced trout species and are listed as endangered ... The species is now totally protected ... of the southern MDB for several decades, also played a large role in the decline of native fish in those reaches including trout cod ...
Finnish Cuisine - Finnish Food - Fish
... Finland provide many opportunities for fishing and fish has always been an important protein source ... Several ways to prepare fish are used, including frying, boiling, drying, salting, fermenting, cold smoking or simply slicing sea fish and eating it raw ... It is common to smoke any types of fish, like salmon, zander, pike, perch and Baltic herring ...
Fauna Of Australia - Fish
... More than 4,400 species of fish inhabit Australia's waterways of these, 90% are endemic ... waterways, Australia has only about 300 species of freshwater fish ... Two families of freshwater fish have ancient origins the arowana or bonytongues, and the Queensland Lungfish ...
Trumpeter (disambiguation) - Animals
... pigeon Trumpeter Swan, a large swan, sometimes informally called a "trumpeter" Fish Trumpeter (fish), a family of marine fish Latridae Trumpeter whiting (Sillago maculata) Yellowtail trumpeter (Amniataba caudavittata) ...

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    When the city gate catches fire, it’s the fish in the moat who suffer.
    Chinese proverb.