The controlled cultivation of aquatic organisms, primarily for human consumption, is known as Aquacultur. It is similar to agriculture, except that instead of plants or livestock, fish are used. Fish farming is another name for Aquacultur. The seafood in your local grocery store is almost certainly labelled as farmed fish. Aquacultur occurs all over the world, including in coastal ocean waters, freshwater ponds and rivers, and even land-based tanks.
Global fish production and consumption have been steadily increasing in recent decades. Aquacultur the farming of aquatic organisms in inland and coastal areas has thus been positioned as a development option with significant potential to contribute to several interconnected Sustainable Development Goals. Aquacultur, as an economic activity, provides a source of income for people in the region.
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