FUTURE FISH FARMS: Giant Deep-Sea Pods, in Pictures

FUTURE FISH FARMS: Giant Deep-Sea Pods, in Pictures
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A proposed OceanGlobe fish-farming cage, shown in an illustration, is designed to brave some of the world's toughest seas. The cage is tethered to a control boat, which is to distribute food to the captive fish populations via tubes.

In the future, self-powered fish farms may drift entirely free in the open ocean, traveling with currents to mimic the movements of wild schools and raise larger, healthier crops of farmed fish, experts say.
— Image courtesy OceanGlobe, Byks
 
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