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Sea water is used to produce shrimps in different ponds, which is then returned back to the sea as discharged water. This water contains a significant load of nutrients and organic matter, which can be used for coastal rehabilitation as well as for the economical growth of crops. In addition, the natural lagoon area present at the Red Sea coast can be used for the rehabilitation of local mangroves (Avicennia marina) along the inner shores for hatching fish and shrimps. 

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