80,000 seabass fingerlings added into natural lake in Myeik city

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Myeik District Fisheries Department and officials concerned added seabass into the lake from jetty.

In a bid to enrich and maintain sustainable fish resource, 80,000 seabass fingerlings were poured into the natural lake in Myeik city, Taninthayi Region at 8 a.m. on 23 April.
“Only seabass fingerlings were added into the lake. They are over 2.5 to 4 feet in length, produced by Pyinhtetaw hatchery. Adding fish into the lake is to improve fisheries and aquaculture,” said U Zaw Min Oo, head of Myeik District Fisheries Department.
Myeik District Fisheries Department and officials concerned added seabass into the lake from jetty. —IPRD/GNLM

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