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The giant tiger prawn is the dominant prawn species farmed in Asia and Australia. Scientists at CSIRO Marine Research are working to improve the average productive output of the giant tiger prawn, improve the capacity for the farms to stock ponds with progeny from domesticated broodstock, and develop and introduce selective breeding for commercially useful traits.

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A Tiger Prawn
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