SEAFDEC tries saving native Pantat
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The freshwater catfish or pantat (Clarias Macrocephalus) is native to the Philippines and a favorite food fish due to it's tender and delicious meat. But the species is fast dwindling in many natural habitats which resulted to its retail price increase. To combat scarcity of C. Macrocephalus, the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) developed the seed production technology of the native catfish.
Portal, T. (2001, March 20). SEAFDEC tries saving native Pantat. Panay News, p. 1.
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