Protecting one of the shortest fish spawning migration paths
Starting from May 20 every year, the flat, round-nosed flocks of fish in Longtan (dragon) Lake begin to flock up to the surrounding mountain ditches to lay their eggs. When these fish flock to the ditches, they are almost desperate, so local people used to be able to catch them at will. However, in recent years, people have realized that this kind of upstream ecological scene is an admirable migratory behavior of fish, so they have begun to protect it with great dedication.
Although the ravine where these fish migrate up is only 30 meters, it is so easy to get close to that it attracts a lot of people to come here every year. Through this special exhibition site, more people can understand the special behavior of fish migration and promote the concept of fish conservation.
Online Event - Yes
Country - Taiwan
Name of contact person - Prof. Tseng,