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What kind of tilapia do we eat?

Asked: Roger Remaley, Date Created:

Tilapia, like other fish and animals, come in a variety of species. Three of the most commonly fished and eaten species of Tilapia are Nile, Blue and Mozambique. Varying in shape, size and color, these three fish differ from one another in more ways than just how they look.

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