29 May '11, 8am

Ugly fish to rescue threatened species: GENOA (Italy) - CONVERTS to Italy's Slow Food movement can see past a fe...

GENOA (Italy) - CONVERTS to Italy's Slow Food movement can see past a few poisonous spines and bulging eyes: the scorpion fish and needlefish may be ugly but they are cheap, sustainable and taste fantastic. 'It's time to go back to eating 'poor' fish, the types that your grandma used to eat years ago. Not only are they tasty and cheap, they can save other fish from dying out,' fisherman Roberto Moggia said at Italy's Slow Fish event. Mr Moggia and other small scale fishers threatened by industrial fishing have gathered together for four days in Genoa to give curious consumers hooked on tuna and salmon a taste of the more unusual fish they are missing out on. Species at high risk of extinction - from bluefin tuna to swordfish and eel - are replaced by a large variety of sleek, spikey, flat or bloated fish of differing colours, laid out on display or served up raw, salted or...

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800 tons of fish die, rot on Philippine fish farms

sg.news.yahoo.com 29 May '11, 9am

TALISAY, Philippines (AP) — More than 800 tons of fish have died and rotted on fish farms in a lake near Taal volcano sout...

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food.insing.com 31 May '11, 6am

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800 tons of fish die and rot on Philippine fish farms, authorities blame mass deaths on temperature drop

800 tons of fish die and rot on Philippine fish...

straitstimes.com 30 May '11, 4am

More than 800 tons of fish have died and rotted on fish farms in a lake near Taal volcano south of Manila, with authoritie...

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Tanning your fish...

straitstimes.com 03 Jun '11, 1am

Jun 3, 2011 IN THE ST NEWSPAPER TODAY All aglow over artificial tan for fish Qian Hu's rod that can intensify colours a hi...