Why do some fish do better in fish farms than others?



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    Many fish that are commonly successful on fish farms are able to eat plant waste, corn, or algae.  Carp and tilapia are good examples or these.  Carp are also tolerant of low oxygen environments.  Fish like salmon do not do well on fish farms because they require a high oxygen requirement and mainly eat insect larvae not plant material.

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