Semipelagic schooling fish
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What is a Pollock?
The Pollock is a group of fish in the taxonomic genus Pollachius. The genus contains two species, P. pollachius and P. virens, both of which people refer to as 淧ollock.?Researchers place these fish in the Gadidae family, along with cod, whiting, and haddock. All of the members of this family have important value in commercial fisheries.
What is Pollock fish good for?
Pollock also contains between 200 and 500 milligrams of omega-3 fatty acids per serving, along with nutrients shown to have an antioxidant effect in your body. Half a fillet of Atlantic pollock fish, weighing 193 grams, contains approximately:
What does a Pollock fish look like?
Pollock. The pollock is an elongated fish, deep green with a pale lateral line and a pale belly. It has a small chin barbel and, like the cod, has three dorsal and two anal fins. A carnivorous, lively, usually schooling fish, it grows to about 1.1 m (3.5 feet) in length and 16 kg (35 pounds) in weight.
What is the difference between Pollock and cod food?
The most common commercial Pollock and Cod food is fish sticks. Both fish are often sold in this form, and the only way to differentiate them is by the label. There are many other ways to prepare these two delicious fish.