The South East Asian region is home to a variety of fish species, including carp, a small freshwater fish that grows to over 10 inches in length.
But the largest species of fish in the region is the pacu, which can grow to 12 feet in length and weigh up to 15 pounds.
It can live up to 30 years.
“I am trying to help people understand how to catch these big fish,” said Meejee Bhattacharya, the head of the fish-finding centre at the Indian Ocean Institute in the Indian capital, New Delhi.
The institute, which provides information and resources for fish, was founded in 2005 and is now one of the largest fish-keeping centers in the world.
The Indian Ocean is the most popular fishing zone in the global Indian Ocean, with more than 80% of its catch being from fish, according to the World Fishing Institute.
But it is not just the pacus that are large.
Other fish species can also grow to over 50 feet in the water, which is quite a lot for any fish.
One fish species of concern for the institute is the swai fish.
Swai fish are large fish that live up, up to three metres long, and can weigh up at least 30 pounds.
“Swai fish can grow up to 50 pounds and can reach over 10,000 kilograms,” Bhattakary said.
“We have seen a lot of swai fishing in South Eastern Asia and the Indo-Pacific.”
Catch of fish is important because it gives the fish some sort of source of nutrition.
In many regions of the world, people eat fish as a source of protein, but it can also be a source for parasites and disease, as well.
“The only thing you need to eat is the fish itself,” said Dr. G.P. Bhupinder Singh, the director of the Indian Institute of Fisheries, who is also a professor at the University of New South Wales.
In South East, fish is a source food for many people, because it is a major source of animal protein.
“A lot of fish stocks are going to go down in the coming years, so fish stocks can’t sustainably grow,” said Singh.
In order to catch and eat fish, fish lovers have to know their local fish and its habits, said Singh, adding that fish lovers can find great information about fish by visiting the fish market in their local town.
The fish market is located at a popular market spot on the outskirts of the town.
While fish is consumed in many parts of the region, it is the food that has become the most important.
For a variety in the fish, the market has various kinds of dishes, including fish dishes, steaks and steamed seafood.
Fish dishes are sold as beef and pork, and many of the dishes are served with rice, said Bhattay.
The markets is a popular place for people to meet and get food together.
But what is it like to eat fish?
“Fish is an excellent source of energy and a source to nourish your body,” said B.R. Singh, a fish-loving fish-keeper who runs the fish trading centre at Chitwan, a city in South West of the country.
“Fish has a lot to do with our health.
We are trying to increase the intake of fish as it is considered an important part of the diet.”
Fish lovers are not the only ones who enjoy the taste of fish.
In the Indian city of Chitwans, a place famous for its famous seafood, it can be quite difficult to find a good fish shop.
But that has changed with the rise of digital markets like fish and chip shops in the city.
“It is a great opportunity for people.
It is also very convenient to meet fish-lovers,” said R.D. Singh.
It has been a few years since the institute was established, but Bhattatary is looking forward to this.
“There is a huge opportunity for the fish and chips industry,” he said.
In his opinion, digital markets and online sales are the future for the Indian market.
“Our market will be growing as well as the fish industry,” said the fish keeper.