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Bighead carp (Hypophthalmichthys) are a genus of fish, popular in the culinary world. Bighead carp consumes zoo- and phytoplankton. But as it ages, the amount of zooplankton in its diet grows.
Turbot (Psetta maxima) is a flatfish, whose eyes are found on the left side. Turbot has a very specific shape - flat and asymmetrical, in the shape of a rhombus. Turbot is a carnivorous fish.
Halibut is a group of flatfish from the Hippoglossus genus in the Pleuronectidae family. In general, halibut eats nearly any sea creature that can fit in its mouth.
Langouste or spiny lobster, is a 10-legged lobster with a long tail. There are over 100 species of langouste, and it thrives primarily in warm oceans, usually hiding among cracks in rocks and coral structures at depths of over 656 ft (200 m).
Fugu is an unusually exotic species of pufferfish, also known as a porcupinefish. Only specially licensed chefs are allowed to prepare fugu fish - no exceptions.
Sturgeon meat is favored by chefs since it isn't filled with tiny and annoying bones, capable of ruining the charm of any specialty. As far as taste, sturgeon is extremely appetizing.
Jack mackerels are schooling fish. Smaller species feed on plankton, while larger Jack mackerels attack small fish. Jack mackerels are not only a delicious food product but also a valuable source of vital substances.
Tench (Tinca tinca) is a freshwater fish found in the waters of Asia and Europe. It's also commonly referred to as the doctor fish. Experts state that regular consumption of tench prevents heart problems and has a positive effect on brain function.
Barbels (Barbus) is a genus containing 300 species of fish, found in different rivers all over the world. Barbels belong to the carp family. What most of the species share in common is their pair of whiskers (barbels).
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