What are Sardines?

Sardines are small yellowish-green fish that belong to the herring family. These fish were first caught in huge quantities in Sardinia, hence the name ‘sardine’. Sardines are small, silvery, elongated fishes with a single short dorsal fin, no lateral line, and no scales on the head. They live in dense schools, migrating along the coast and feeding on plankton. Most sardines caught along the Pacific coast are used for manufacturing oil, soap and paints.

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