Mullet the perfect substitute Although I have a dirty “harbour fish” reputation, the mullet that you buy from your fishmonger comes from offshore fisheries. Chelon labrosus or other grey mullet species (Mugil spp. or Liza spp.) What I eat I eat algae, aquatic plants...
Rabbitfish a new alternative Rabbitfish are also known as dusky (S. luridus) and marbled (S. rivulatus) spinefoot. Dusky and marbled describe the patterned appearance of their grey-green to light-brown to yellow backs; spinefoot refers to their dorsal fins which...
Pangasius your everyday fish Unfortunately, the farming conditions of pangasius are often unsustainable, so WWF and the EU have partnered to develop a sustainable supply chain. Pangasianodon hypophthalmus What I eat I’m an omnivore, so pretty much everything. Algae,...
Mørksej Det bæredygtige alternativ Kært barn har mange navne, og jeg er både kendt som gråsej, mørksej eller bare sej. Jeg er en torskefisk, men har kun den karakteristiske skægtråd mens jeg er ung. Pollachius virens Det spiser jeg Jeg lever af små krebsdyr og...
The caramote prawn king of the crustaceans My brain, stomach, heart, “liver” (hepatopancreas) and gonads (reproductive glands or sex glands) are all found in my head, also called cephalothorax. Penaeus kerathurus What I eat I’m an active predator with an...
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