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Are squid everywhere?

Asked: Jeff Van Remortel, Date Created:

Squid Habitat Squid are found in oceans all around the world. Not all species live in all parts of the world. Some squid prefer warmer, tropical waters while others thrive in the cold seas where krill and other food can be found, but as a species they can be found almost everywhere.

FAQ

  • How rare is a pearl in a clam?

    Today, natural pearls are extremely rare. Only 1 in about 10,000 wild oysters will yield a pearl and of those, only a small percentage achieve the size, shape and colour desirable to the jewellery industry.

  • How do you treat fish with saprolegnia fungus?

    Treatment of the Saprolegnia infection is accomplished by medicating the water with potassium permanganate, after removing skin pathogens.

  • How long is fish good for once thawed?

    Fish that has been defrosted in the refrigerator will last for 1 to 2 days if kept in the refrigerator. If the fish is not cooked within 1 to 2 days, it can be safely refrozen. The safest way to defrost fish is in the refrigerator. Depending on the size of the filet, it may take a day or more to thaw completely.

  • Whats the orange stuff in shrimp heads?

    Hepatopancreas Some people might be lured by the orange coloring found on a shrimp head that represents the shrimp's hepatopancreas, the equivalent of tomalley on crabs and lobsters. This is actually where most of the shrimp flavor is.

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  • What is the best smoked salmon in the world?

    Scotland already has a worldwide reputation for producing first-class smoked salmon. The best Scottish salmon of all, though, is hand-made on a tiny island off the country's western coast: North Uist.

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  • What shrimp can live with ghost shrimp?

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    Many experienced fishkeepers routinely leave their charges for two to three days without making any provisions for feeding. Almost any fish can go that long without fish food (more about that later, as well). However, if you're going away for longer, some preparation may be needed.

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