Sending Fish to School with the Better Marine Life Conservation

It is nothing new that the natural and wild lives of the various creatures are being threatened with the human’s explorations that often become dangerous for the nature. Fish are getting threatened as their natural habitat is not secure as human continue to dive deep and take whatever valuable to the habitat. The good news is no all people are careless about what’s going on the natural habitat of the fish and wish try to save the continuation of sea life with the marine conservation. Recently, the conservation is used to be the hatchery for various types of fish can be found from cod, salmon, trout alongside the other types of fish.

The fish that have been hatched and raised will be released in the locations of where particular types of fish population are in danger. However, there is a problem of survivability faced by the fish and the people who work in the conservation of the fish. This can be solved with the help of renewing the way of the fish raised. Up until now, the tanks those are used for the conservation are plain tanks with nothing but fish. This is not a good thing because fish are less smart in surviving the real and natural habitat. This can be solved by placing pebbles and also rocks as well as the artificial plants in all tanks. These additions to the tanks will be able to help the fish to become smarter in adapting with real habitat.

The study upon this subject has proven that the juvenile fish such as the Atlantic salmon will have the better ability to navigate through mazes and have improved their brain to the fish raised in the plain and empty tanks. The marine conservations often thought to raise fish in large number then release them in the original habitat with hope that the number of fish endangered will be lessened. This of course needs to be changed by instructing the marine conservations to raise lesser number of fish but with the higher rate of survivability. By applying this method, marine conservation will be more effective.

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