Not really. Tilapia is a common name for some hundred-odd species of fish in the Cichlid family of fish. They’re a freshwater fish that lives in a variety of habitats: shallow streams, ponds, rivers, lakes and estuaries. Tilapia are mostly omnivorous. For more detail on tilapia and on the Cichlid family of fish, check out the citations.
Tilapia is actually the name for about a hundred species of fish under the cichlid tribe. Tilapia are generally freshwater fish and they can be found in rivers, streams, lakes, and estuaries. They are increasingly being farmed for commercial production due to their large size and rapid growth. Because they eat primarily a vegetarian diet, Tilapia also have low levels of mercury.
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