The live food fish trade is a global system that links fishing communities with markets, primarily in Hong Kong and mainland China. Many of the fish are captured on coral reefs in Southeast Asia or the Pacific Island nations.
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... In an effort to address the damage inflicted on coral reef eco-systems and fish stocks, aquaculture is being utilized to reduce pressure on coral reefs ... also being made in regards to the aquarium fish trade ... Juvenile fish are being captured and raised specifically for the industry ...
... The live fish trade is a global system that links fishing communities with markets, primarily in Hong Kong and mainland China ... Many of the fish are captured on coral reefs in Southeast Asia or the Pacific Island nations ...
... Oily fish have oil in their tissues and in the belly cavity around the gut ... Examples include small forage fish, such as sardines, herring and anchovies, and other larger pelagic fish, such as salmon, trout, ilish and mackerel ... Oily fish can be contrasted with whitefish, which contain oil only in the liver, and much less overall than oily 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 ...
... sometimes informally called a "trumpeter" Fish Trumpeter (fish), a family of marine fish Latridae Trumpeter whiting (Sillago maculata) Yellowtail trumpeter (Amniataba ...
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“And trade is art, and arts philosophy,
—Elizabeth Barrett Browning (18061861)
“To live and die amongst foreigners may seem less absurd than to live persecuted or tortured by ones fellow countrymen.... But to emigrate is always to dismantle the centre of the world, and so to move into a lost, disoriented one of fragments.”
—John Berger (b. 1926)
“Thou stately stream that with the swelling tide
Gainst London walls incessantly dost beat,
Thou Thames, I say, where barge and boat doth ride,
And snow-white swans do fish for needful meat:”
—George Turberville (18211873)