Freshwater eels conservation by means habitat protection: Case study in Palabuhanratu, Sukabumi
Freshwater eels are important animals because they have a unique catadromous life history and are used as food resources. European, American and Japanese eel populations now are considered to be outside the safe biological limits and are seriuosly threatened with extinction. Therefore, the European eel was recently categorised as critically endangered by the European Union and the United Nations. One of the reasons for the drastic decline in eel populations id overfishing, which has caused a high demand for eel aquacultur; eel aquaculture completely depends on wild juveniles, and in contrast to animals, artificial propagation has not ye succeeded for the eels.
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