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Some Predatory Fishes, Birds, Mammals and Some Other Animals in Culture Fisheries Management

@inproceedings{Ogamba2012SomePF,
  title={Some Predatory Fishes, Birds, Mammals and Some Other Animals in Culture Fisheries Management},
  author={E. N. Ogamba and J. F. N. Abowei},
  year={2012}
}
Some predatory fishes, birds, mammals and some other animals in culture fisheries management was reviewed to enlighten fish culturist some expected challenges in culture fish fisheries management and practices. Predatory fish, aquatic birds, aquatic mammals and some other animals (toads, coelenterates and crustaceans) create some challenges to culture fisheries in Nigeria. These pests of fish destroy fish or hinder the production of target fish species. Man also pouches on fishponds. However… 
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