Monitoring fish catch at the Tonle Sap Dai fishery Publication Date: 07 April 2022Source: WoM#SocialMediaPost The commercial stationary trawl (Dai) fishery has been operating in the Cambodian Tonle Sap River
FUTURE PROTEIN Photostory By: RET THUANG Publication Year: 2018 Authorized By: Wonders of the Mekong Project Photostory Workshop By: Suthep Kritsanavarin / USAID Wonders of the Mekong Project Tonle Sap
Giant Barb is the name of a fish in Cambodia which is known as the biggest fish in this country weighing up to 300 kilograms. Thanks to its shape people called it “ King of
the Lake”. In this article, we’ll learn the reasons why this fish is important to the Khmer identity and well, important in general! What is it? And why is it the king? Read and find out!
Broodstock (in Khmer, Mother Fish) is a common word that is tossed around in our everyday life but what is it? What kind of fish is considered the mother? Well, it’s not just a particular species of fish. In fact, it’s every fish you can name, as long as they are of age to reproduce! In this article, we’ll learn together more of what brood stocks are, and why we need ‘em!