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05/22/2017 at 16:14. Facebook
#FishScience UK scientists find a genetic link between human and pufferfish tooth development.
FishScience UK scientists find a genetic link between human and pufferfish tooth

Pufferfish and humans share the same genes for teeth

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05/19/2017 at 16:38. Facebook
Originating from deeper waters, the beautiful, pastel-hued Helfrich’s firefish (Nemateleotris helfrichi) prefers less brightly lit conditions than those typically found in a reef tank. Like all firefishes, N. helfrichi does best in an aquarium set up with multiple shelters readily available in the form of rocks and caves. (Photo: Mark Smith)
Originating from deeper waters the beautiful pastelhued Helfrichs firefish Nemat
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05/18/2017 at 17:54. Facebook
Cool video of a couple climbing perch taking a stroll in Malaysia (many thanks to Wayne Leibel for sharing)!
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Tropical Fish Hobbyist
05/18/2017 at 17:37. Facebook
#FishQuiz Can you name this saltwater fish species?
FishQuiz Can you name this saltwater fish species
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Armen Sarkissian
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Tropical Fish Hobbyist
05/17/2017 at 16:37. Facebook
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05/15/2017 at 18:35. Facebook
Scientists in Sydney, Australia are using a specialized marine “facial recognition” software to identify and track individual weedy seadragons by the patterns on their sides, in hopes of learning more about the decline of their numbers in local waters.
Scientists in Sydney Australia are using a specialized marine facial recognition software

Scientists track threatened weedy seadragons using marine 'facial recognition'

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MD Saif
Outdoor Ever
Maybe they just want it more? Study shows hermit crabs with broken shells are more aggressive fighters.
Maybe they just want it more Study shows hermit crabs with broken

Cranky crabs in broken shells often have the upper claw in fights

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#FishScience Swedish researchers discover that fish who hide and run away live to swim another day.
FishScience Swedish researchers discover that fish who hide and run away live

Bravery may cost fish their lives

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Jason Yunk
Justin Stotter
Robert Wollen
Tony Germann
The knight goby (Stigmatogobius sadanundio) is native to India, Sri Lanka, and the Andaman Islands, where it is found in hard, alkaline freshwater to brackish habitats, such as estuary and tidal zones. In the aquarium, the knight goby is a voracious eater, and might not be safe with smaller tankmates that might become a snack. The species tends to be territorial, especially with its own kind,...
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The knight goby Stigmatogobius sadanundio is native to India Sri Lanka and
#FishQuiz Can you name this fish?
FishQuiz Can you name this fish
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Steve Scoggins
New high-speed images from a team of MIT engineers show that archer fish—already remarkable for their marksmanship—can also launch themselves out of the water from a near standstill to catch their targeted quarry in midair.
New highspeed images from a team of MIT engineers show that archer

High-speed images capture archer fish's rocket-like launch

phys.org
Scott Zehr
Victor L Rexach
Fishing For All The Family
#Sharkcano #YouCantMakeThisStuffUp Scientists Send Robots to a Volcano Full of Sharks
Sharkcano YouCantMakeThisStuffUp Scientists Send Robots to a Volcano Full of Sharks

These Sharks Thrive Inside an Underwater Volcano

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Grai Gilbert
Reaching a maximum size of only about 2 inches (5 cm), the honeycomb catfish (Centromochlus perugiae) is native to the rivers of Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia. Read more about this peaceful and somewhat shy driftwood catfish in Joshua Wiegert’s “Bottom of the Tank,” in the May/Jun 2017 issue of TFH Magazine (available now!).
Reaching a maximum size of only about 2 inches 5 cm the
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#FishQuiz Can you name this species?
FishQuiz Can you name this species
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#FishScience UW Scientist’s Mission: 3-D Scan Every Known Fish Species on Earth
FishScience UW Scientist’s Mission: 3D Scan Every Known Fish Species on Earth

Scientist’s mission: Scan every fish on the planet

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Amazing Fishing Pictures
#GlowInTheDark #Bioluminescence A study by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute finds that three-quarters of deep-sea creatures make their own light. “Given that the deep ocean is the largest habitat on Earth by volume, bioluminescence can certainly be said to be a major ecological trait on Earth.”
GlowInTheDark Bioluminescence A study by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Inst

Three quarters of deep-sea animals make their own light

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