BUILD PHASE 2.3

Livestock Sourcing & Relocation

Responsibility requiring extreme sensitivity to the species’ needs and welfare at every stage of what can be a lengthy and complex journey.

Entirely different from conventional fishing, precision harvesting of marine life involves marine biologists and divers with extensive expertise in animal identification and catching individual animals one at a time by hand or by hook. Using this technique ensures no collateral damage, and on occasion lends itself to encounters with species in need of assistance.

Once recovered the animals are safely transferred as swiftly as possible, to larger onshore tanks at AAT’s aquaculture and quarantine facility. Here AAT’s team of highly experienced aquarists monitor their welfare and introduce them into their new environment.

Quarantine processes are more than a legal and compliance consideration. The export of fit and healthy disease free animals is vital for their own welfare too, as they embark on a journey across the nation or even around the world. AAT teams are well versed in the requirements of quarantine as well as the vital considerations of animal care and welfare.

AAT holds all of the necessary approvals, endorsements and licenses to acquire and export the marine animals required by commercial aquariums for research, breeding and exhibition.

Many standard water treatment components are not suited to the biological nature of aquarium life support systems, or the salt laden environment. For this reason, AAT have for many years designed, developed and manufactured our range of aquarium life support systems and components.
PHASE 2.3

Livestock Sourcing & Relocation

Responsibility requiring extreme sensitivity to the species’ needs and welfare at every stage of what can be a lengthy and complex journey.

Entirely different from conventional fishing, precision harvesting of marine life involves marine biologists and divers with extensive expertise in animal identification and catching individual animals one at a time by hand or by hook. Using this technique ensures no collateral damage, and on occasion lends itself to encounters with species in need of assistance.

Once recovered the animals are safely transferred as swiftly as possible, to larger onshore tanks at AAT’s aquaculture and quarantine facility. Here AAT’s team of highly experienced aquarists monitor their welfare and introduce them into their new environment.

Quarantine processes are more than a legal and compliance consideration. The export of fit and healthy disease free animals is vital for their own welfare too, as they embark on a journey across the nation or even around the world. AAT teams are well versed in the requirements of quarantine as well as the vital considerations of animal care and welfare.

AAT holds all of the necessary approvals, endorsements and licenses to acquire and export the marine animals required by commercial aquariums for research, breeding and exhibition.

Many standard water treatment components are not suited to the biological nature of aquarium life support systems, or the salt laden environment. For this reason, AAT have for many years designed, developed and manufactured our range of aquarium life support systems and components.
Aquarium Livestock & Sourcing | Advanced Aquarium Technologies
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Livestock Sourcing & Relocation

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