Help Save Fish

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There are several ways the community helps protect fish and our habitat:

  • There are limits to how many fish you can catch and some types of fish have to be a certain length otherwise you have to put them back;
  • Some fish cannot be kept at all and must be put back into the water;
  • Areas have been set up to take special care of the plants and animals and their habitat;
  • Activities that can cause damage to habitats, such as removing plants, like mangroves, are controlled.
  • If a type of creature is low in number or a habitat has been damaged, steps are taken to help bring it back to how it was.
  • If pest fish and plants are believed to cause harm to the native fish (those already living there), steps are taken to remove the pests.
 

 
 

There's lots of things you can do to help save fish and our homes. Click on Bluey's tips to find out more.


 

Find out what a group of kids like you did to help save fish habitat by clicking on Kids to the rescue. You can find out about threatened species by clicking on the underlined words.

 

 

The Get Hooked…It's fun to fish education kit has lots of useful facts about protecting fish and our habitat.


Grey nurse sharks, are in low numbers in NSW because too many of them have been caught and damage has been done to our habitat. Read more about them by clicking on the underlined words.

 

 

If you want information for a school project or you want to satisfy your natural curiosity, go to our School project zone where you'll find lots of articles on protecting fish and many other topics.


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