In a Tweet, the Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) has announced that the Department of Fisheries collaborated with the Natural Reserves Department and the Beaches and Islands Section at the MME to release 34,000 young groupers (hamours) into the sea as part of a project to enrich fish resources towards realizing self-sufficiency and food security in Qatar.
The video shows how the young hamours are transported and released into the Qatari waters.
قامت وزارة البلدية والبيئة ممثلة بإدارة الثروة السمكية بالتعاون مع إدارة المحميات الطبيعية وقسم الشواطئ والجزر بإطلاق 34 ألف من صغار أسماك الهامور في البحر، وذلك في إطار مشروع إثراء المخزون السمكي والسعي نحو الاكتفاء الذاتي وتحقيق الأمن الغذائي للدولة.#قطر #البلدية_والبيئة pic.twitter.com/nZNI0fMEVh— وزارة البلدية والبيئة | MME (@albaladiya) October 17, 2021
Last year, MME releases 1,000s of fish into Qatar's marine waters as part of initiatives to increase the country's fish stock.
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