• POLLUTED LAKE WATERS HAMPER TILAPIA GROWTH

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    SAN PABLO CITY, Laguna: San Pablo City operators of floating fish pens here alleged recently that the contaminated waters of Sampaloc Lake, one of the city’s famous Seven Lakes, have hampered the normal growth of the “tilapia” fish variety. A fisheries and aquatic technical expert from the Philippine Council for Aquatic and Marine Research and Development here disclosed from his research thesis then that “tilapia” raising in the lakes of Sampalok, Bunot, Calibato, Palakpakin and Mojicap have been affected by the contaminated lakewaters. The expert however clarified that the contamination or pollution is attributed to the wrong feeding methods of the “tilapia” species by their fish raisers.

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