Marine fish farming.

This subgroup includes the activities of raising, breeding, and cultivating marine and brackish water fish using land, marine water bodies, or other artificial facilities, as well as harvesting the produce. It covers: - Marine fish farming, including the cultivation of marine ornamental fish. - Cultivation of oysters and mussels, lobsters, shrimp, fry, and fingerlings. - Cultivation of edible seaweeds and other marine algae. - Cultivation of crustaceans, oysters or mussels, other mollusks, and other aquatic animals in marine water. This subgroup also includes: - Aquaculture activities in brine tanks or ponds. - Operation of fish hatcheries (marine). - Operation of sea cucumber farming. This subgroup does not include: - Frog farming, see 0322. - Operation of fishing facilities for sports fishing, see 9319.

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