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Shrimp and squids in Pamulang fish market, Banten Province (Indonesia)

Credit: Anna Jamil (Indonesia)      Description: Anna Jamil and Abdel Rahman El Gamal The two photos show the display of shrimp and squid in an Indonesian traditional fish market. The market is located in Pamulang, Banten Province. It is obvious as shown in the photos that both products especially shrimp are on ice for quality preservation. …

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Traditional fish market in Pamulang, Tangerang, Banten Province (Indonesia)

Photo credit: Anna Jamil (Indonesia)              Description: Anna Jamil and Abdel Rahman El Gamal The two photos attached tell how a traditional fish market looks like in Indonesia. Glancing from distance, it is obvious that variety of fin fish and shell fish are displayed on the sale counter. The market …

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Historic information on the storage and marketing of fish in Palestine during 1943

Source: E.B. Worthington, Middle East Science, 1946. Publisher: London: His Majesty’s Stationery Office Caption of the photo: A new plant at Aqaba for sharp-freezing and cold-storing fish for Palestine. The paragraph on fish freezing and cold-storing reads in the reference as follows: “The Gulf of Aqaba has recently received special attention as the site for a …

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Fish sale by basket (Alexandria – Egypt) – Video

Source: www.fishconsult.org Video credit: Lylian Wilfred Lugobola (Tanzania)     Description: Abdel Rahman El Gamal This video shows fish sale by basket as promoted by some retail fish shops in Alexandria, Egypt. Each basket has one marine fish species. Usually fish are not iced indicating by fish sellers that fish are very fresh and are just …

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Fish market “Feskekorka” in Gotemburg, Sweden

Photo credit: Gabriel Salvo Parra (Chile)        Description: Gabriel Salvo Parra and Abdel Rahman El Gamal The photo shows the seafood market in Gotemburg, Sweden which is named in Swedish “Feskekorka” that means “fish church”.  Seafood and fish of highest quality are sold in this market. The catch from the North Sea is brought here directly, …

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Fish market in Kuwait

The three photos show this modern fish market from outside as well as from inside. Fish introduced into the market by fishermen is sold to retailers through auction. Individual buyers purchase their demand of fish from fish retailers who have their designated areas in the same market. Regular fish cleaning and/or filleting are the only …

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Historic fish market in Zanzibar (1950)

Source: Last chance in Africa by: Negley Farson. 1950. Publisher: Victor Gollancz (London) The attached photo describes a fish market in Zanzibar as exactly cited in the source as follows: Zanzibar’s other scene of striking beauty is the harbour on a still sunset. Fish market, rich with the smells of dried shark and the reeking …

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Fishery and marketing of black Pomfret (Parastromateus niger) in Indonesia

Credit: Anna Jamil (Indonesia)                                     Description: Abdel Rahman El Gamal and Anna Jamil Source: www.fishconsult.org This photo shows the display of black pomfret, Parastromateus niger in a fish market in Indonesia. Black pomfret (Bawal hitamis in Indonesia) is …

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Wholesale fish market in Kafr El Sheikh, Egypt

Credit of the general photo: David Sykora (Paraguay)        Credit for the 2 other photos: Salah-eddine Hamdani (Morocco) Description: Abdel Rahman El Gamal The wholesale fish market in Kafr El Sheikh has been established to serve the fish trade in the governorate especially about 52% of farmed fish in Egypt is produced in …

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Display of finless sharks in Sharjah fish market (United Arab Emirates)

The photo shows the display of finless sharks in a retail shop in Sharjah fish market. Although, shark meat is consumed by human in variety of types (e.g. fresh, smoked, salted), shark fins are the most precious part of sharks which attain much higher monetary value in some Asian countries; China, Japan and Hong Kong in …

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