Saltwater Fish?

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Saltwater fish are fish who live in the oceans and can survive only in salt water. An exception is the salmon, which can survive in both salt water and fresh water. Most fish that people eat are salt water fish, and they are also farmed in large saltwater farms to keep them breeding and make them easier to catch. Usually, farmed fish are not as tasty as free range fish. However, farmed saltwater fish help to keep the fish renewable and sustainable.
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Well saltwater fish live in saltwater. They can not be salted to become saltwater fish. Saltwater fish live in the ocsan and the sea. So you have to go to the ...
Well saltwater fish live in saltwater. They can not be salted to become saltwater fish. Saltwater fish live in the ocsan and the sea. So you have to go to the ...
Well saltwater fish live in saltwater. They can not be salted to become saltwater fish. Saltwater fish live in the ocsan and the sea. So you have to go to the ...
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