Absolutely grotesque. Octopus are more intelligent than 3 year olds. The banality of evil.
People are so f’n ignorant. Where do you think Calamari comes from?
OH GOD! My favourite animal, and one of the most intelligent on the planet is FARMED????
I don't think I'll ever understand how people smile at animals in captivity
from eggs to juveniles is the 100 tone question, cephalopod hatchery in aquaculture is the easy part. the hard part is nutrients & hunting, they prefer live feed. knowing that they are predators… very intelligent hunters. one Perth sea farm organization is collecting wild catch byproducts being octopus & rearing them from that stage. which defeats the purpose?Mexico have made success according to them, very expensive process feeding live feed knowing that its illegal to feed aquaculture animals first generation wild catch as a form of sustenance… their investors are not government nor are they overseas opportunists…
Octopus have more neurons than humans. No one wants to die to be your dinner as simple as that.
I'm scared of octopus
? did I get here .
1:30 the one is asleep
I thought this was a wild life thing 🙁
Wow, I never knew that Australians like octopus. I thought it was only Japanese who eat it. Well you learn something new everyday.
I have never considered octopus aquaculture before.. I love that we can use aquaculture to meet our needs. Great video!
do you sale the system to grow octopus in aquaculture? How much can produce, how long time takes to growing the octopus? can you sand more information to my email please? [email protected] Sincerely yours Enzo Di Giovanni
Closing the common octopus (Octopus vulgaris) has been achieved for spanish researchers in 2001 for the first time in the world for this species. The goal in the future is to improve this technology so it can be used to an industrial level.
Closing the lifecycle will be very important – look very forward to the day that happens. Thanks for the great vid and info!
They have already closed the breeding cycle in Mexico – for three species! WA Dept of Fisheries might end up being the first in Australia though…
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