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What is the problem with silver carp?

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Asian carp have been known to dominate entire streams (video, 45 sec), effectively pushing out the native species. Silver carp are known to jump out of the water to escape threats. This behavior, by such large fish, can injure boaters, skiers, and damage boats and onboard equipment.

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  • Is Sole a kosher fish?

    However, halachically, it does not matter how similar a non-kosher fish is to a kosher fish – if it does not have scales, it is not kosher. The same goes for the appearance of the flesh – even though a filleted catfish looks identical to sole and tilapia, since it does not have scales, it is not kosher.

  • Is herring as healthy as sardines?

    There's not a big difference between sardines and herring. ... Both herring and sardines are very good for us because they provide high levels of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, essential fats that also play an important role in normal brain development and function.

  • Can I use fish sauce instead of fish oil?

    Fish Sauce Vs Oil – Final Comparison Fish sauce is a condiment and it is used to enhance the taste of food. On the other hand, fish oil is consumed as a dietary supplement to provide your body with Omega-3 fatty acids. Fish sauce is used in its original brown or black liquid state and has a salty taste.

  • Can I feed catfish three times a day?

    Once Daily vs. Once Every Other Day or Third Day – Although we recommend that catfish grown for food be fed once daily, feeding less frequently than daily may be called for under certain circumstances.

  • Is calamari good for your health?

    Chock Full of Vitamins and Minerals Squid contains a high number of vitamins and minerals, including Vitamin B-12, potassium, iron, phosphorus and copper. These essential nutrients aid in the performance and health of blood cells, bones and the immune system.

  • Can crawfish change color?

    Crawfish “bury up” in the winter months and emerge when water warms in the spring. Along with this winter lay-off is a seasonal color change. Crawdads, mudbugs, crawfish, or whatever they are regionally called, range in color and shade.

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  • How long can crayfish go without eating?

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