Algae-eating fish could lessen aquaculture’s fishmeal footprint

The monkeyface prickleback hides under tidal boulders on the California coast and feasts only on algae. It could offer a lifeline to aquaculturists seeking to reduce their reliance on fishmeal-dependent carnivores such as salmon …

Photo courtesy of the University of California, Irvine

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