Aquaculturing Tropical Fish in Israel’s Desert

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Growing fish in Israel’s desert

With minimal pollution and free solar energy, Israel’s Negev desert has become an ideal location to grow tropical fish.


Despite the arid environment, Arava Research and Development Center in Israel produces captive-bred freshwater and marine aquarium fish, mainly for the European market. For more information – http://israel21c.org/environment/raising-nemo-in-the-desert/ Credit: ISRAEL21cdotcom Thanks to Adam Pierce for bringing this to our attention. MORE: Aquaculturing Tropical Fish in Israel’s Desert

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