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Tilapia is the normal name for about a hundred types of cichlid fish from the tilapiine cichlid clan. Tilapia are fundamentally freshwater fish, occupying shallow streams, lakes, waterways and lakes, and less normally discovered living in salty water. Generally, they have been vital in craftsman fishing in Africa and the Levant, and are of expanding significance in aquaculture. Tilapia can become risky obtrusive species in new warm-water territories, regardless of whether purposely or unintentionally presented, yet by and large not in mild atmospheres because of their failure to make due in cooler waters beneath around 21 °C. A freshwater fish utilized as a test life form and for food. This class of the family Cichlidae (CICHLIDS) occupies Central and South America (one animal groups expands north into Texas), West Indies, Africa, Madagascar, Syria, and waterfront India. Today, more than 80 countries produce ranch raised tilapia including the United States. China is the biggest maker representing more than 50 percent of the universes creation. There are a wide range of types of tilapia. Aquaculture makers have created different varieties or mixtures that develop proficiently to advertise measure and have alluring appearance and flavor qualities. 

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