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What’s the difference between regular tilapia and red tilapia?

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Red tilapia is a not a species of tilapia, it is instead a name used for several different manmade tilapia variants that sport and attractive red colouration. These variants are the result of continuous selective breeding. Many farmers prefer to cultivate red tilapia since it is much sought after in certain markets.

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