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#5419 Pollack - Antwerp Zoo (Belgium)

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Pollack at Antwerp Zoo, also known as Zoo Antwerpen or Zoo d'Anvers (Belgium)

The Atlantic or European Pollock is a species of marine fish in the Pollachius genus. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations uses the English name Pollack for this species. Pollack and Pollack are white, round fish. The difference between Pollack and Pollock is the area in which the fish is caught. Pollock is also known as Alaska or Walleye Pollock. Pollock comes from the North East Pacific Ocean – one of the most important commercial fisheries. Pollock is mainly caught by Trawls. The Latin name for Pollock is Theragra Chalcogramma. Pollack is from the North East Atlantic. The Latin name for Pollack is Pollachius Pollachius. Pollack are caught by method of hook and line, or trawled.

Matthijs van Wageningen
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