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In the environmental context, "fish" refers to aquatic animals that are typically harvested for food or recreation.

Here are some examples of fish in the environmental context:

  1. Salmon: A type of fish that is native to the North Atlantic and Pacific oceans and is prized for its flavor and nutritional value.

  2. Tuna: A large, migratory fish found in warm waters around the world and commonly consumed in sushi and other dishes.

  3. Cod: A cold-water fish found in the North Atlantic that has been overfished in some areas.

  4. Tilapia: A freshwater fish that is farmed in many parts of the world for its mild flavor and low cost.

  5. Catfish: A type of freshwater fish that is commonly farmed and consumed in the Southern United States.

Similar concepts to "fish" in the environmental context might include:

  1. Aquatic animals: Any animals that live in water, including fish, crustaceans, and mollusks.

  2. Seafood: Any type of food that is derived from the ocean, including fish, shellfish, and seaweed.

  3. Overfishing: The practice of harvesting fish at a rate that exceeds their ability to reproduce, which can lead to declines in fish populations and ecological imbalances.

  4. Aquaculture: The practice of farming aquatic organisms, such as fish and shellfish, in controlled environments.

  5. Marine conservation: The protection and management of ocean ecosystems and resources for the benefit of both present and future generations.

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