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Beyond the Abyss: Caught on Camera
Science & Tech  (tags: fish, snailfish, Pacific Ocean, filming, deep water )

Eduardo
- 2001 days ago - scientificcomputing.com
Scientists filming in one of the world's deepest ocean trenches have found groups of highly sociable snailfish swarming over their bait nearly five miles beneath the surface of the Pacific Ocean. This is the first time cameras have been sent to this depth
Fossil of Most Primitive 4-Legged Animal Found
Science & Tech  (tags: prehistoric, fish, fossil, animal, discovery, science )

Catherine
- 2120 days ago - livescience.com
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Scientists unearthed a skull of the most primitive four-legged creature in Earth's history, which should help them better understand the evolution of fish to advanced animals that walk on land. The 365 million-year-old fossil skull, shou
Electric Fish Advertise Themselves With Brightly Lit Billboards
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, fish, animal communication )

Dan
- 2237 days ago - livescience.com
Male fish can amp up their electric fields to woo females and intimidate rivals, researchers discovered. These fish also emit long electric hums, almost like serenades. Sunstroke author David Kagan described this phenomena in the book Doomwatch Legacy.
Flood Water Fuels Fish Populations
Science & Tech  (tags: research, fish, floods, study, fisheries, scientists, interesting )


- 2244 days ago - sciencealert.com.au
Floods may be bad news for people living on floodplains, but in rivers and coastal fisheries they are essential natural events that boost populations of our favourite fish and seafood. 'When SE Queensland's dams spill over, sending large river flows out
What People Owe Fish: A Lot
Science & Tech  (tags: evolution, fish, humans, spine, brain, walking, teeth, research, scientists, interesting, ancient, archaeology )

Rebecca
- 2244 days ago - nytimes.com
When you delve into the history of vertebrates in general and ourselves in particular, one realizes that many traits we take pride in, the body parts and behaviors we exalt as hallmarks of our humanity, were really invented by fish. Fascinating read!
Two Blind Fish Can Make Sighted Offspring.
Science & Tech  (tags: science, ecology, genetics, interesting, wildlife, fish, discovery, environment )

Caitlin
- 2291 days ago - nature.com
The offspring of crossbred blind cave fish see like their surface-dwelling cousins, shown in the background.
Science/Nature | Extinction Threat to Wild Salmon
Science & Tech  (tags: fish, wild salmon, extinction, bears, parasites )

Sharon
- 2315 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
Wild salmon on Canada's west coast are being driven to extinction by parasites from nearby fish farms.Sea lice from farms are known to infect wild salmon,the probability of extinction is 100% and the only question is how long it is going to take.
Fish Give Clues to Human Skin Color Changes
Science & Tech  (tags: skin color, fish, humans, Kit gene ligand, gene variant )

Eduardo
- 2315 days ago - fox12news.com
Scientists found that the lighter fish had mutations in a gene called Kit ligand. The researchers then analyzed DNA from people with different skin colors and found that those with lighter skin also had an altered form of the Kit ligand gene.
Lice From Fish Farms Threaten Canadian Wild Salmon
Science & Tech  (tags: science, research, animals, fish, Canada, extinction, interesting )

Caitlin
- 2316 days ago - reuters.com
Infestations of sea lice at salmon farms on Canada's west coast are threatening local wild pink salmon populations and could result in their extinction in another four years.
Oral Sex Gene Helps Male Fish Fake It
Science & Tech  (tags: fish, eggs, sperms, fertilization, gene, mating, science )

Eduardo
- 2343 days ago - newscientist.com
As soon as a female has spawned her eggs, she collects them up in her mouth. Males of certain cichlid species in east Africa have evolved a way to increase the odds that females take up their sperm. A gene called csf1ra was responsible.
First Land Animals Would Have Wanted a Color TV
Science & Tech  (tags: Australian, lungfish, visual pigment, tetrapods, fish, ultraviolet )

Eduardo
- 2361 days ago - news.xinhuanet.com
The retinas of Australian lungfish contain visual pigment genes that are more similar to those of tetrapods -- four-legged land animals with backbones -- than those of other fish. They also found evidence the fish can see in ultraviolet.
Humans Have Fish to Thank for Their Hands and Feet
Science & Tech  (tags: fish, humans, digits, vertebrates, evolution, genes, science )

Eduardo
- 2371 days ago - in.news.yahoo.com
Land animals owe the development of their limbs to a gene that helped in the evolution of fins in a primitive fish. Scientists found that one of its fin-sprouting genes of Australian lungfish also guided the growth of digits in land vertebrates.
Key Found To Moonlight Romance On The Reef
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, research, science, environment, habitat, oceans, marine biology, fish, coral reefs, ecology, wildlife )

JR
- 2371 days ago - coralcoe.org.au
An ancient light-sensitive gene has been isolated by researchers that appears to act as a trigger for the annual mass spawning of corals across a third of a million square kilometers of Australia's Great Barrier Reef,shortly after a full moon.
Papa Salmon Plus Mama Salmon Equals... Trout?
Science & Tech  (tags: research, animals, fish )

Jacquelin
- 2407 days ago - komotv.com
WASHINGTON (AP) - Japanese researchers put a new spin on surrogate parenting as they engineered one fish species to produce another, in a quest to preserve endangered fish. Idaho scientists begin the next big step next month, trying to produce a type o
   

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