Chioggia Fish market

The fsh market in Chioggia has a long old tradition

Do you know how to recognize fresh fish at fish market? Here at Chioggia we visit the fish market with our friend Emilio, a marine biologist, who will teach us how to distinguish fresh fishes from those that are not as good. Apparently, all you need is a good eye and to know a couple of things... 

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