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Ika no Fushigi Kisetsu no Tabibito: Surumeika Tankōbon

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By: Yasunori Sakurai (Author)

208 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations

Hokkaido Shinbun Press

Paperback | right-to-left binding | Aug 2015 | #228349 | ISBN-13: 9784894537934
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About this book

Language: Japanese

Along with tuna, squid, every year account for the second or third place of most consumed seafood in Japan. On the other hand, the squid is difficult to breed in the aquarium, and many questions surrounding the egg masses and larvae in the sea have yet to be elucidated.

Landings of squid has been main seafood source from the side of the Sea of ​​Japan side, but major changes have occurred in recent years. Fishing in northeast and eastern Hokkaido became popular, including "authentic" Hakodate fishing patterns. In addition, following observations on giant squid in recent years, the news that "squid can fly in the sky" has attracted a lot of attention.

This author of this book has studied squid ecology for 30 years, and is the chairman of the Shiretoko World Natural Heritage Site Scientific Committee. He has also repeatedly studied the marine environment around the Sea of ​​Okhotsk. In addition, he is at the forefront of squid research at the Faculty of Fisheries at Hokkaido University, where he elucidated in detail the behavior of flying squid for the first time in the world

In this book, in addition to topics of basic ecology, the latest achievements of breeding experiments in large water tanks are described.

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