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What is the most expensive fish to buy?

Asked: Zoe Choquette, Last Updated:

A bluefin tuna has been sold for three quarters of a million dollars in Tokyo - a price almost double last year's record sale.

FAQ

  • Why does my fish tank look rusty?

    There are a few reasons why these patches of rust might be turning up in your aquarium. The most common reason is that the tank was newly set up, but it could also be the result of poor tap water quality, certain substrates, or light and nutrient imbalances.

  • How many years do squids live?

    It's believed that giant squid live about five years and, in that time, reproduce only once.

  • What fish can live with sharks?

    Freshwater Sharks Behavior/Compatibility Tank mates should be robust and include active fish like giant danios, silver dollars, tinfoil barbs, medium sized non-aggressive cichlids, larger loaches and large gouramis.

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  • How do you attract redfish?

    Live crab are hands down one of the best baits for catching Bull Reds. Larger Redfish love eating crab and because they have decently large mouths, they can gulp a whole crab without a problem. The best way to rig your live crab is to take the legs off, and place the hook through one of the leg holes.

  • Can fish See Hi Vis green Line?

    Like camouflage, green line blends into its surroundings and makes a good choice for anglers looking to keep their line invisible to fish. On the other hand, green may be more visible than clear in very clear water. Overall, green is a good line color choice for many different situations.

  • What is the best canned seafood?

    Reviews of the Best canned seafoods

    • Genova Yellowfin Tuna in Pure Olive Oil. ...
    • StarKist Chunk Light Tuna in Water. ...
    • Chicken of the Sea White Albacore Tuna in Water, Solid. ...
    • Wild Planet Wild Sardines in Extra Virgin Olive Oil. ...
    • Wild Planet, Wild Pink Salmon. ...
    • Roland Oysters, Petite Smoked. ...
    • Cole's Wild Mackerel In Olive Oil.

  • Can you eat pre cooked salmon cold?

    Can you eat salmon cold after its been cooked? Cooked salmon can be eaten either hot or cold, and is perfectly safe to eat cold providing proper food safety procedures have been adhered to immediately after cooking. Cold salmon stored for more than three days should be discarded.

  • Should I dry fish before cooking?

    You don't pat the fish dry If you want moist, flaky fish, you'd think keeping it in its natural juices could only help the process. But to keep the fish from getting tough and mushy, always pat it dry with a paper towel before cooking it.

  • What is smoked salmon jerky?

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  • How do you thicken fish curry?

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  • How often should you feed frozen food to fish?

    Frequency can vary between fish species and some aquarists like to offer one or two frozen 'treats' a week, while others like to feed almost exclusively frozen products — only infrequently supplementing with dry.

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    Mackerel is one of the types of fish that sheds its scales when it is removed from the water.

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    Sitting on the Bottom: If your fish is spending lots of time at the bottom of the tank, it may be normal behavior. Many fish, like catfish, are bottom-feeders and spend their time there. Fish also often sleep at the bottom of their tank. ... If you think this is the case, you should quarantine the fish.

  • Why are you not supposed to flush fish?

    When flushed, there is always a chance that the parasite will be passed on to. While there aren't a whole lot of parasites that can be passed from fish to humans, these nasty critters can thrive in wild waters and cause detrimental damage to the species that live there.

  • Why does my cooked shrimp taste fishy?

    The acid in the lemon juice will dissolve the gas to some extent. Don't leave the shrimp in the water for too long. The reason lemon/lime juice is used in many seafood dishes is to the dissolve the gas causing the 'fishy smell/taste. Food poisoning is a common illness associated with eating bacteria-laden foods.

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