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I just think sedating a fish and clipping it's fins sounds really risky to me, borderline unethical. Joey is a professional aquarist with tons of experience and really cares about the animals he keeps.As far as is it ethical I think that's not even a question that can be answered.

This struggle can have a major impact on the post-mortem quality of the tissue of the organism depending upon its duration and at the pre-mortem physical condition of the organism (Lowe, T. Anaesthetics such as MS-222, 2-phenoxyethanol, benzocaine and the sedatives etomidate and metomidate (Kreiberg, H.

The organisms commonly associate capture with predation and therefore struggle to escape immobilization. One approach which has been investigated is the use of anaesthetics during harvesting.

In each of the above-recited methods, the compound may be (S)-( )-linalool, viz. In some embodiments, the linalool concentration is at least 7 ppm.

The method according to claim 1, wherein said aquatic organism is a member of the class Chondrichthyes or Superclass Osteichthyes. The method according to claim 69, wherein said member of the class Chondrichthyes or Superclass Osteichthyes is selected from the group consisting of salmon, trout, char, ayu, carp, crucian carp, goldfish, roach, whitebait, eel, conger eel, sardine, flying fish, sea bass, sea bream, parrot bass, snapper, mackerel, horse mackerel, tuna, bonito, yellowtail, rockfish, fluke, sole, flounder, blowfish, filefish, sturgeon, catfish and koi. The method according to claim 69, wherein said member of the class Chondrichthyes or Superclass Osteichthyesis a cold-water fish. The method according to claim 69, wherein said member of the class Chondrichthyes or Superclass Osteichthyesis a warm-water fish. The method of claim 1, further comprising reversing a state of sedation or anesthetization induced by method according by placing said aquatic organism in water which is substantially free of fish sedative or fish anesthetic materials. The method of claim 1, further comprising placing said aquatic organism in water which contains linalool at a lower concentration than the linalool concentration used to induce said sedation or anesthesia, whereby to maintain a state of sedation or anesthesia induced by the method of claim 1. The method of claim 1, further comprising harvesting said aquatic organism. The method according to claim 75, wherein said aquatic organism is harvested while anesthetized or sedated. The method according to claim 75, wherein after said sedating or anesthetizing but before said harvesting, said aquatic organism is placed in water which contains linalool at a lower concentration than the linalool concentration used to induce said sedation or anesthesia. The method according to claim 77 wherein said water which contains linalool at a lower concentration than the linalool concentration used to induce said sedation or anesthesia which is substantially free of fish sedative or fish anesthetic materials. The method of claim 1, further comprising transporting said aquatic organism in a state of sedation or anesthesia induced by the method of claim 1, wherein said aquatic organism is transported in water which contains linalool at a sufficient concentration to maintain said aquatic organism in said state of sedation or anesthesia. linalool, in order to induce a sedated, anaesthetised or pre-rigor state in said organism; and transporting said organism while in said sedated, anaesthetised or pre-rigor state. In some embodiments, the linalool concentration is at least 6 ppm.

In some embodiments, the linalool concentration is at least 50 ppm.

In some embodiments, the linalool concentration is at least 60 ppm.

Commonly used non-toxic alternatives such as cold anaesthesia (Mittal, A. The Progressive Fish Culturist 41(3): 142-144) do induce anaesthesia but can also cause considerable trauma in the process.

A body of water according to claim 15, wherein said water is at a temperature in the range of either (a) 4° C. Non-toxic non-chemical anaesthesia has also been investigated. 1979: Carbonic Acid Anaesthesia for Aquatic Organisms.

Video of 'cosmetic surgery' on an Arowana Can I just get a reality check?

I've never had a fish anything like an Arowana, so I have nothing to compare this to. v=zm6HHODi ZWA When you spend that much money on a fish you want to keep it looking nice, if they weren't confident the fish would be fine I doubt they would risk it.

In some embodiments, the linalool concentration is at least 30 ppm.

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