The Cahora Bassa lake is southern Africa's second-largest artificial lake, situated in the Tete Province in Mozambique. The name Cabora Bassa is also often seen, as this was used during the colonial period.
Since closure Zambezi, which is fourth largest floodplain river in Africa, has received a far more regulated flow rate. A considerable kapenta fishery has developed in the dam. The kapenta is assumed to origin from Lake Kariba where it was introduced from Lake Tanganyika. Annual catch of kapenta in the Cahora Bassa dam in 2003 exceeded 10 thousand tons.
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