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Use of red wiggler worms in aquaponics in Egypt (Video)

Red wiggler worms (Eisenia fetida) are known by its vermicomposting efficiency for organic wastes. Through such action, the red wiggler has been recommended for aquaponics not only because of its vermicomposting efficiency but also because of its low cost as well as its growing easiness whether on the aquaponics project itself or acquired from specialized farms. …

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An open hotel aquarium in Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt)

I filmed this video over few days during my stay in Sharm El Sheikh last March 2019. Like many of the hotel guests, I saw in this small and open aquarium an attractive point to stop at and watch the fish especially its location is in front of hotel restaurants. In order to provide some …

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Feeding gilthead seabream broodstock and pellet size (Video)

Video credit: Ahmed Shaheen – Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel) The inserted video shows the feeding of gilthead seabream broodstock. The size of the feed pellet seems in a good match with the mouth opening of fed fish. Ideally, fish should be able to engulf the feed pellet at once. …

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Production of all-male Nile tilapia fingerlings in Brazil – Video

Video credit: Elsadig Arbab (Sudan) – Description: Elsadig Arbab and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel) The hatchery shown in the video is located in Toledo, San Jose (Brazil). This particular hatchery is a component of an aquaculture project that consists of around 1000 of small volume/high density cages (SVHD cages) of …

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Leopard shark (Triakis semifasciata) – Video

This video was filmed during my visit to the Sea World, California, USA. Introduction: The leopard shark, Triakis semifasciata belongs to the hound shark, in the family Triakidae. The species is small and pretty animals. The species is harmless to humans if they are not disturbed and hence divers can safely come close enough to …

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Use of decapsulated Artemia for direct feeding to African catfish in Kenya – Video

This video was filmed in a Kenyan fish farm where different aquaculture activities on several species are taking place including tilapia, catfish, and ornamental fish. This video shows the feeding during the larval nursing of African catfish, Clarias gariepinus. As shown, the food provided is decapsulated artemia cysts. The nutritional value of the decapsulated artemia …

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Reproduction and grow-out of sea cucumber in South Korea (Video)

Video credit: Hisham El Gazzar (Egypt) – Description: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website) The inserted video was filmed in a sea cucumber hatchery in South Korea. The leading farmed species is (Apostichopus japonicus)known as Dolgi Haesam. Also, the orange-footed seacucumber (Cucumaria frondosa) has been tried. The hatchery-produced seed are either released in natural …

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Cage culture of tilapia in Brazil – Video

Video credit: Elsadig Arbab (Sudan) – Description: Elsadig Arbab and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel) The inserted post (video) shows a visit to a cage farm of tilapia in Brazil. The visit was accomplished by high level delegates from Sudan and took place during 2014. The cage units shown belong to …

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Artificial reproduction of Koi carp in Vietnam (Video)

Video credit: Mohamed Atta (Egypt) – Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel) The inserted video was filmed in a private fish hatchery in Vietnam. The video began with the egg stripping upon the ovulation of two females. One can notice that the egg volume varied among the two females with much …

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PIT tagging of tilapia fingerlings (Video)

Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website) A Passive Integrated Transponders “PIT” tag is biologically inert small glass-encapsulated electronic microchip with a standard length that ranges between 10 and 14 millimeters and about 2 millimeters in diameter. Because the PIT is inert and has no internal battery, it remains dormant until its circuitry …

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