Aquaculture floats at sea farm in Lianjiang, Fujian

2021-04-08 03:21:18 GMT2021-04-08 11:21:18(Beijing Time) Sina English
<p>Aerial photo taken on April 8, 2021 shows aquaculture floats at a sea farm in Lianjiang County, Fuzhou City, south China’s Fujian Province. With a sea area of more than 3000 square kilometers and 47 natural harbors, the county leads the domestic total output of aquatic products. (China News Service/Zhang Bin)</p>

Aerial photo taken on April 8, 2021 shows aquaculture floats at a sea farm in Lianjiang County, Fuzhou City, south China’s Fujian Province. With a sea area of more than 3000 square kilometers and 47 natural harbors, the county leads the domestic total output of aquatic products. (China News Service/Zhang Bin)

<p>Aerial photo taken on April 8, 2021 shows aquaculture floats at a sea farm in Lianjiang County, Fuzhou City, south China’s Fujian Province. With a sea area of more than 3000 square kilometers and 47 natural harbors, the county leads the domestic total output of aquatic products. (China News Service/Zhang Bin)</p>

Aerial photo taken on April 8, 2021 shows aquaculture floats at a sea farm in Lianjiang County, Fuzhou City, south China’s Fujian Province. With a sea area of more than 3000 square kilometers and 47 natural harbors, the county leads the domestic total output of aquatic products. (China News Service/Zhang Bin)

<p>Aerial photo taken on April 8, 2021 shows aquaculture floats at a sea farm in Lianjiang County, Fuzhou City, south China’s Fujian Province. With a sea area of more than 3000 square kilometers and 47 natural harbors, the county leads the domestic total output of aquatic products. (China News Service/Zhang Bin)</p>

Aerial photo taken on April 8, 2021 shows aquaculture floats at a sea farm in Lianjiang County, Fuzhou City, south China’s Fujian Province. With a sea area of more than 3000 square kilometers and 47 natural harbors, the county leads the domestic total output of aquatic products. (China News Service/Zhang Bin)

<p>Aerial photo taken on April 8, 2021 shows aquaculture floats at a sea farm in Lianjiang County, Fuzhou City, south China’s Fujian Province. With a sea area of more than 3000 square kilometers and 47 natural harbors, the county leads the domestic total output of aquatic products. (China News Service/Zhang Bin)</p>

Aerial photo taken on April 8, 2021 shows aquaculture floats at a sea farm in Lianjiang County, Fuzhou City, south China’s Fujian Province. With a sea area of more than 3000 square kilometers and 47 natural harbors, the county leads the domestic total output of aquatic products. (China News Service/Zhang Bin)

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