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Jayson Tangonan, a fisherman who first saw the stranded mammal, immediately called help from BFAR personnel, local officials and local rescue team to save the whale.
Fish, squid, shrimp and crab are safe to eat "provided that they are fresh and washed thoroughly and internal organs such as gills and intestines are removed before cooking," BFAR said.
Another possible reason is that the dolphins got lost because of the noise coming from the ships,' BFAR information officer Anna Conant said.
Moreover, BFAR will also conduct post-harvest technique training for women fisherfolk to help them increase the market value of their produce.
OTCBB: BFAR - News) is primarily engaged in the sale of medical products in China, complemented by a vertically integrated supporting function that includes the cultivation of Chinese herbal medicines, pharmaceutical production and wholesale medicine distribution.
Red tide is also called the harmful algal bloom phenomenon, referring to the unusual growth of colonies of toxic and non-toxic algae in the water, some of which produce toxins that harm certain types of sea life, according to BFAR.
After some time of keeping mum in the midst of the raging controversy regarding the Philippine Rise, the BFAR just finally came out, but with a cowardly submissive position,' said Fernando Hicap, Pamalakaya chairman.
It was in March 2017 when BFAR and Oceana launched the campaign to implement a science-based management framework for sardines by the last quarter of 2018.
BFAR is currently training the catfish farmers to create a net barricade enough to prevent the bullfrogs from jumping into the fish farms.
On this, BFAR intends to address the issue while noting that fisherfolks including the entire fish trade value chain are registered and organized.
Fish, squids, shrimps, and crabs caught from these waters can be consumed, BFAR said, but should be washed and cleaned thoroughly before cooking.
In another bid to upscale the local bangus production with pelagic fishes going to warmer waters in this cold climate and thus drastically reducing local fish catch and pulling prices up, BFAR aqua-technologists are offering the viability of fish cultures.