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Global warming means increases in ocean temperatures – and this could lead to smaller fish, a new study says. Researchers
Got a spare 20 seconds? Then maybe we can interest you in this video - courtesy of YouTube Petsami - in which an inquisitive
UK fish stocks have taken a battering, leaving Brits reliant on foreign cod and haddock for fish and chips, campaigners have
Writhing, twitching, flexing and wriggling this lobster looks like he's having one hell of a bad day. And things are about
Trout have cells in their noses that act like tiny compasses to help them navigate, a study has shown. Scientists used a
Those who eat plenty of fish (and other foods containing high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids) could be lowering their risk
When we first saw a fish bite a cat, we thought we'd spotted a one-of-a-kind thing. We were wrong - and now we've got another
When a cat bites a fish, that's not news - that's just a cat being a cat. But when a fish bites a cat? Hell, that's news
So imagine you're a seal. As a seal, you probably fancy having some fish. But what if the fish is on land, flapping away
"Icelanders went from Stone Age to modernity in one jump. That's why we believe in Elves, Trolls and ghosts but at the same time are a very modern nation." Pétur is answering the question of why Icelanders seem to act so spontaneously about so many things.
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