Hungary is a typical landlocked country in Central Europe in the Carpathian basin. Due to its being landlocked and its distance from the seas, the population has become accustomed to freshwater fish which are available through domestic production. The other dominant factor in the development of Hungarian fish farming is that the majority of fish indigenous to or introduced in the Carpathian basin belong to the families Cyprinidae and Percidae, which are warmwater fish.
KeywordsCommon Carp Fish Farming Grass Carp Fish Production Silver Carp
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