Sturgeon Fish Farm

Sturgeon Fish Farm

  • Name: Sturgeon
  • Scientific Name: Acipenseridae
  • Classification: Acipenseriformes, Acipenseridae
  • Distribution
    A primitive bony fish living in river or brackish water area or inland ocean area in the Northern part (Europe, Asia or North America) of the Middle Latitude of Northern Hemisphere. Characteristics: The bone structures are formed with cartilages. The tail has a similar shape with sharks. The body is shaped in pentagon with firm corrugate lined skin with. There are 4 whiskers around the mouth. The adult fish does not have teeth on its lower part of jaws. Generally, the fish grows more than 2m in length. The fish hatches in fresh water. And, after spending certain period of time for growing, the fish moves to brackish water and later, to ocean water area.

Local Fish Growing Facility

Local Fish Growing Facility

  • Major Feature
    • Local Fish Exhibition
    • Fish Habitation Status Research of Major Rivers
    • hildren's Fresh Water Fish Experience and Observation Class Operation
    • Local Fish Nursery and Resource Establishment (Yellow Mandarin, Melania Snail, Leopard Frog, Crawfish and etc.)
    • Sturgeon Farming and Nursery, Caviar Production Research
  • Exhibition Time
    • In the Summer: 10:00 ~ 18:00
    • In the Winter: 10:00 ~ 17:00
    • Closes on Monday