Guys can we signal boost how bad it is to release pet fish into the wild;
it is bad for the pet as well as the environment. Cold temperatures,
starvation, and predation can easily kill aquarium fish. Fish are exposed to all kinds of exotic diseases in the aquarium trade; over the years, many
species have built up a tolerance against illnesses and parasites. However, if the fish is released into native waters, it can spread the foreign diseases to native fish. Some aquarium fish out compete native fish because of adaptations that were crucial in their native environments. Other fish can breed with native fish, tainting the gene pool and creating hybrids. Don’t release fish into native waters; it will do a lot of harm.
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