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How big is a full grown tilapia?

Asked: Jonathan Mc Duff, Last Updated:

Tilapia fish will grow from hatchling to full size around 240 days. At the grown stage, the full size of your tilapia fish should be between 15 to 20 ounces or 450 to 565 grams.

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