The history of Aquaculture is grainy as most ancient beginnings are. Archaeologists think that the indigenous Gunditjmara people of Australia may have dug channels to cultivate eels roughly 8000 years ago. Images carved on tomb walls in Egypt show Egyptians storing what is thought to be Tilapia in ponds – dating back 4,000 years, around the same time, it is thought
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Aquaculture is a term that is foreign to some; others hear it mentioned in the news as it gains traction on serious issues of sustainability; many rely on it for their livelihoods. The similarity to agriculture stems from the Latin ager – cultūra meaning Field – Culture/ Growing, aqua meaning rain/water; resulting in aquaculture – The cultivation of aquatic
“The balance between option and necessity will soon lean to Aquaculture being the only option to stock our stores.” Stagnating growth in global food production will lead to future degradation in global standards of living. The United Nations council conservatively projects the world population will reach 9 billion by 2050; for a healthy global population
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