Using bamboos to keep predatory animals out of fish pond (Tanzania)

Photo credit: Lucka Paschal and Erick Kiiza (Tanzania)

Review: Lucka Paschal – Erick Kiiza (Tanzania) and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)

The inserted picture shows a typical fish pond which belongs to a fish farmer at Songea, Tanzania. Upon the construction of fish ponds, farmers normally use a series of bamboo trees installed across the pond as a means of protection barrier against wild animals especially those that could eat pond fish. Once the entry of suspected animal is felt, fish will move to far location within the pond and become less exposure to such predatory animals.



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