Bochang Bangus - Double Dead Fish

Bocha Bangus, Double Dead Bangus Fish - How To Know

bocha bangus double dead
As we have all know, Batangas and Pangasinan had been affected by the mass fish kills.

Apparently, all the bangus fish float dead on fish ponds and fish cages. According to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC), the cause of this mass fish kill is the sudden climate change related to bagyong chedeng.

The fish kill had cost an estimated of 115 million in the fish industry, leaving most businessmen and daily-wage earners in lost. It's a total bankrupt, one capitalist said on a report.

However, some hearthless business minded people still sells the dead bangus on the market that already lead on poisoning two persons, according to the report.

Here are some of the major factors to know how to spot botchang bangus fish.

1. Appearance - The eyes are reddish | Should - must be white clear
2. Appearance - The gills are either pale or worst - blackish red | Should - supposed to be fresh red
3. Appearance - The scales are not shiny, most of them are getting off from the fish skins | Should - shinny and pact
4. Touch - When held, the bochang bangus is soft | Should - it must be firm hard
5. Smell - Bochang bangus could send a foul smell | Should - it must have a fresh malansa odor

Also, be very vigilant to the sales talk of the vendors, you must inspect the fish yourself before buying.

Though the safest way to prevent being poisoned is to stay away from bangus fish for at least a month or so. It's not that we don't want to give them business but we just want to protect our selves and our families. There's a lot of foods out there anyway.

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