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Aquaculture fish farming on Lake Toba

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Stock photo of Aquaculture on the volcanic lake of Lake Toba (Danau Toba) with moody skies catch nets floating in the lake and wooden huts with working platforms.This is a small community based Indonesian Fish Farm on the shores of the vast Lake Toba in North Sumatra. A beautiful and idyllic landscape image which gains an alternative atmosphere when the clouds are hanging low and hugging the mountains on this vast expanse of water. Aquaculture equipment here includes floating wooden built structures and boardwalks bouyed by oil drums making this small fish farm or to be more precise community-owned tilapia farm for the local residents of Tongging village a fish farming cottage industry business which supplies just enough to keep the population in fish food although it has been suggested that aquaculture and the fish farms may well be over exploiting the area to the detriment of Lake Toba the largest volcanic lake in Indonesia.

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Stock Photo Description

Stock photo of Aquaculture on the volcanic lake of Lake Toba (Danau Toba) with moody skies catch nets floating in the lake and wooden huts with working platforms.This is a small community based Indonesian Fish Farm on the shores of the vast Lake Toba in North Sumatra. A beautiful and idyllic landscape image which gains an alternative atmosphere when the clouds are hanging low and hugging the mountains on this vast expanse of water. Aquaculture equipment here includes floating wooden built structures and boardwalks bouyed by oil drums making this small fish farm or to be more precise community-owned tilapia farm for the local residents of Tongging village a fish farming cottage industry business which supplies just enough to keep the population in fish food although it has been suggested that aquaculture and the fish farms may well be over exploiting the area to the detriment of Lake Toba the largest volcanic lake in Indonesia.