We Finally Know Why Flashlight Fish Glow loading...
We Finally Know Why Flashlight Fish Glow
Scientists have found a new explanation for a behaviour they witnessed in the largest school of glowing fish ever seen.
This Odd Deep-Sea Fish Can Hold Its Breath For Four Minutes loading...
This Odd Deep-Sea Fish Can Hold Its Breath For Four Minutes
Coffinfish use their enormous inflatable gills to fill their body with seawater—the first such discovery ever made in a fish.
Our Transitioning National Fish Is A Cougar loading...
Our Transitioning National Fish Is A Cougar
Barramundi are renowned for their mouth-watering eating, were named by a marketing campaign, will dine out on anything they find including each other – and they change sex from male to female as a natural part of their life cycle.
Betta fish often mistreated in pet industry, evidence suggests loading...
Betta fish often mistreated in pet industry, evidence suggests
You can have a healthy betta, but persistent myths often lead to improper care.
Water-spitting fish can identify and remember human faces loading...
Water-spitting fish can identify and remember human faces
By squirting streams of water at images on a screen, archerfish show themselves to be quick studies in object recognition study.
How the world’s largest snake hunt hurts Southeast Asia's biggest lake loading...
How the world’s largest snake hunt hurts Southeast Asia's biggest lake
Each year millions of water snakes are pulled from Cambodia's Tonle Sap Lake, degrading this ecological wonder of the world.
These freaky fish use their fins to 'walk' across the seafloor loading...
These freaky fish use their fins to 'walk' across the seafloor
Flatfish, one of the most asymmetrical organisms on Earth, use their fins to move around the seafloor—similar to how millipedes walk.
Fishing May Be Making Fish Less Sociable, More Aggressive loading...
Fishing May Be Making Fish Less Sociable, More Aggressive
By removing animals with certain personality traits, angling could have unforeseen effects on fish populations.
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