This Huge Piranha, weighing 3-lbs., was caught by Josh Boyle, 14, while he was fishing with friends in Reddish Vale, Stockport, England.
Fish Farm in Brooklyn?
Dr. Martin Schreibman thinks urban aquaculture could be a $1.5 billion-a-year industry in New York alone. Photo by David S. Allee.
In a grand social and entrepreneurial plan to turn New York City into a fish farm, Martin Schreibman is cultivating thousands of tilapia in gurgling tubs in a Brooklyn warehouse. And counterintuitive though it may seem, growing fish in the inner city could ameliorate some of the issues confronting both traditional fish farming and the wild-catch industry. Click here to read this story. Special thanks to Jay R. for this story.
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