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  • n. Plural form of tilapia.


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  • Nile perch are a member of the cichlid family with tilapias and oscars.

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  • I topped up Joe's wineglass, watched him stuff a couple of tilapias with crabmeat and slide the pan into the oven.

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  • The widow Castaños was scaling tilapias she had received from Melquiades and Pedro Estrada, when she saw the funeral procession passing a few blocks away.

    A Sweet Scent of Death

  • Blaming the symptom (tilapia) instead of the disease (poor land use management) will never get to the root cause of most biodiversity loss and only plays into the hands of real-estate developers and logging companies, who might be able to continue their destructive (and highly lucrative practices), while blaming tilapias for just doing what comes naturally.

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  • Some of the larger species widely introduced throughout the world are predators (trout, black bass, catfish, etc.) whereas others are detritus feeders or herbivorous (carp, tilapias, etc.). News of the Underwater World

  • This resulted in dramatic growth enhancement in several species, including salmonids, carps and tilapias.

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  • Twenty of Simmons 'ponds were stocked with African cichlids, armored catfish and gilded tilapias. Stories

  • I remember when I was a kid I used to go around the drains in Section 14 with some of my friends after school looking for tadpoles and tilapias - we were actually monitoring some of the tadpoles to see how they were growing.


  • Supermale tilapias arrive to boost aquaculture The recent delivery of 250 breeding sets of ...

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  • He already caught four tilapias from the canal earlier in the same day.



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