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Fish catch in Beni River (Bolivia)- Video

Video credit: Paola Luna Morales (Bolivia) Review: Paola Luna Morales and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel)     It is common in the “Beni” river to see the fishermen on their boats with outboard motor while using their sacks to keep their catch of fish alive until they return to the …

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Pond culture of Amazonian catfish (Pseudoplatystoma spp.) in Argentina

Photo credit: Herman Hennig Hernando (Argentina) Review: Herman Hennig Hernando and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)         The inserted photo shows the harvest of Amazonian catfish (Pseudoplatystoma spp.) grown in a fish farm of earthen ponds located in Caraguatay, Misiones province, Argentine. This species which belongs to family, Pimelodidae …

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Fishery of Beni River (Bolivia)

Credit: Felipe Alviz Costa (Bolivia) The fishing boat seen in the photo is in the Beni River which is a major river of the Bolivian Amazon Basin. The most commonly fished and consumed species are pacú, tambaquí, surubí, palometa (a type of piranha), sábalo, bagre (catfish), and blanquillo. Alligators are also hunted for their leather and …

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