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Catfish in Nigeria: we set about finding ways of making it more appealing

By Malomo Adekunbi Adetola, Lecturer in Food Science and Technology, Obafemi Awolowo University
African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) farming has become a popular agricultural business sector in Nigeria. This is because the species can adapt to a wide range of temperatures and to low oxygen and low salinity levels. Salinity refers to the salt content of water. And the fish matures in about six months. Nigeria is now the largest producer of catfish in the world and the livelihoods of millions depends…The Conversation

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