Galapagos Islands: They Capture 232 Tons Of Spiny Lobster

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The 2019 fishing season closed on December 31 with the capture of 232.4 tons of whole spiny lobster, landed in the Ports of Isabela, San Cristóbal and Santa Cruz, reported the Galapagos National Park.

In a statement, the entity said the volume was monitored by the park rangers of the Directorate of the Galapagos National Park since August 1, when the fishery for the red and green species began, within the Galapagos Marine Reserve.

During the 5 months of fishery 63 tons of red lobster and 10 tons of green lobster were sold to the continent, while in queue the demand was lower, reaching 22 tons of red and 10 tons of green.

From the mainland there was also a great demand for live lobsters, which were marketed from Santa Cruz and San Cristóbal, as a new business modality, he added. Quito, EFE

Galapagos Islands: They Capture 232 Tons Of Spiny Lobster

 

Source: Diario de Centro America