spawning ground


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spawning ground

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During the 20-minute documentary, the audience can see breathtaking landscapes and colorful ecosystems in the coastal area of Kenting, which is an important habitat and spawning ground for the land crabs.
Bantay Dagat personnel will monitor fishing in the waters off Davao Oriental and Davao Occidental, which are spawning ground for tuna and other fishes, it added.
Rizal's Ed Gata and Danny Gardon, meanwhile, are the tandem to watch in the 60s side of the event capping the yearlong, nationwide circuit long regarded as the spawning ground of tennis talents in the land.
(Many believe that it's the spawning ground of yellow fin tuna.
Among the topics are the evolutionary genomics of North Atlantic eels, spawning ground of the Japanese eel Anguilla japonica, juvenile eels: upstream migration and habitat use, adaptation to varying salinity, and the American eel Anguilla rostrata stock status in Canada and the US.
It is hoped the fencing at Rhosgyll Fawr Farm, Chwilog, Pwllheli, will prevent livestock eroding the banks and silting up a river that is an important spawning ground for sea trout.
Audrey Watson, BASC's biodiversity officer, said: "The river is an important spawning ground for sea trout.
A typical spawning ground for bright young French talent often of overseas extraction.
"We worked closely with a number of people to make sure we could help the salmon reach their spawning ground, to ensure the future health of the river."
The Kamchatka peninsula with its pristine rivers and minimal human settlement is a key spawning ground for Pacific salmon.
Their hooves also stirred up the stream bed, which muddied the water making it less attractive as a spawning ground for the trout.