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BerichtOnderwerp: Krabi Coastal Fisheries Research and Development Center   wo maa 11, 2015 7:53 am



Call it a breeding place or development center if you like – we know what’s really going on under the water.

A few minutes away from the Ao Nam Mao pier is Nemo. No, really – that’s the landmark to look for when finding the place. Nemo, the orange clownfish made famous by Pixar, is in fact the best clue along the road that there’s plenty more to the story.
There’s almost no English around here, which makes understanding what’s going on – or what kind of fish are around – rather difficult. According to one source, it opened in 2000, and in 2002 it first succeeded breeding tiger groupers (Epinephelus fuscoguttatus). That same source also claims this site features seven varieties of clownfish native to Thailand.
There are two sections to the area – the outdoor ponds of fish with walkways above for humans, and a rather run-down building holding dozens of aquariums inside. The ponds feature nets to keep the fish species separate (or simply from wandering too far).
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