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The first video of tool use by a fish has been published in the journal Coral Reefs by Giacomo Bernardi, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Telling your partner to watch her weight is not recommended-unless you're a male cleaner fish, reports a new study in Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
Putting yourself in the line of fire is shown to reap huge rewards, in a new study published this week in Science.
Image Credit: NOAA/Wikipedia The tautog is found amongst rocks, bridge pillars, mussel beds, and other objects resting on the ocean floor close to the shore line of the western Atlantic from Nova Scotia to South Carolina. It is most abundantly found around Cape Cod, and in Delaware Bay. The name tautog comes from the Narragansett language, but it is also called a black porgy, or chub; in North Carolina it is called an oyster fish; in New York, New Jersey, and New England it is named a...
The Ballan Wrasse or simply Wrasse (Labrus bergylta) is a species of fish found in the eastern Atlantic Ocean. It has a maximum length of 26 inches. All Ballan Wrasse are born as females and only a few change sexes after about 8 years of age. Large wrasses are almost always male. This fish is a popular delicacy in the Orkney Islands and in Galway.
- A morbid dread of being buried alive. Also spelled 'taphiphobia'.