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Which fish is bad for health?

Asked: Zach Swarts, Last Updated:

Choose lower-mercury fish and seafood, such as salmon, shrimp, cod, and sardines. Avoid higher-mercury fish, such as tilefish from the Gulf of Mexico, shark, swordfish, and king mackerel.

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    A fish that lives in dirty water with other inhabitants that nip its fins may take longer to regrow its fins and tail. Also, younger and healthier fish regrow the damaged tail and fins quickly. The regrowth process also relies on the immune system of the fish.

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