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Sitting in his Offish


#office with #fish
 
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I need HELP !!
Tell me what it is....
The fish seller gave me a fish.. I got the shock when
I cut open the fish.. look what I found...
She said it is a highly valuable fish...
But is it safe to eat ?
#TellMeWhy #Fish #Help #SandyAo #Strange #Nature #MyPhoto
 
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I need HELP !!
Tell me what it is....
The fish seller gave me a fish.. I got the shock when
I cut open the fish.. look what I found...
She said it is a highly valuable fish...
But is it safe to eat ?
#TellMeWhy #Fish #Help #SandyAo #Strange #Nature #MyPhoto
 
Further problems linked to use of neonicotinoid pesticides.
#neonicotinoid #pesticides #fishery #fish

Use of neonicotinoids on rice paddies linked to fishery collapse in Japan



A team of researchers with members affiliated with several institutions in Japan has found what they describe as compelling evidence of two fisheries collapsing due to use of neonicotinoid pesticides by nearby rice farmers. In their paper published in the journal Science, the team describes their study of fishery water quality data over two decades and what they learned from it. Olaf Jensen with Rutgers University has published a Perspective piece discussing the work by the team in the same journal issue.
 
Further problems linked to use of neonicotinoid pesticides.
#neonicotinoid #pesticides #fishery #fish

Use of neonicotinoids on rice paddies linked to fishery collapse in Japan



A team of researchers with members affiliated with several institutions in Japan has found what they describe as compelling evidence of two fisheries collapsing due to use of neonicotinoid pesticides by nearby rice farmers. In their paper published in the journal Science, the team describes their study of fishery water quality data over two decades and what they learned from it. Olaf Jensen with Rutgers University has published a Perspective piece discussing the work by the team in the same journal issue.
 
Dr. Kash Sirinanda auf Twitter: „This system helps native fish pass over dams in seconds rather than day https://t.co/aAmhHArjPg“ / Twitter

Wow this is cool!
#fish #technology #science

https://mobile.twitter.com/kashthefuturist/status/1159610222148669440
 
And I'm sure he'll get away with it. Same as with all the other lies he's spread. Because he's somehow managed to cultivate the image of "cuddly Boris". Although I think he will still get caught out with the very harsh reality of actually running a country in deep trouble once (I don't think it's a question of if any more) he becomes PM.
Is Boris Johnson right about the rules on kippers? - BBC News
#QTWTAIN #Brexit #UK #EU #fish #politics #kippers #trade #rules #BorisJohnson
 
Fascinating. Some fish eggs can survive going through a bird's digestive system.
Killifish manage to endure a variety of environments. The wee freshwater fish survive in isolated desert pools, lakes made by flood water, even seasonal ponds that are little more than puddles.

One place scientists didn’t expect to find them was in swan poop. But an international team of researchers reported last week in the journal Ecology that whole killifish eggs make it through the digestive tract of water birds intact, with one egg in the study even hatching more than a month after its transit through a swan. The findings suggest that bird feces may be capable of carrying fish eggs far from their original locations.
[...]
The researchers are planning a similar experiment now that uses eggs from carp, which hatch much faster than killifish. As killifish and carp can be invasive species outside of their normal range, understanding how they spread can help in containment.
#Science #Biology #Fish #Birds #Nature #Biodiversity

The New York Times: The Fish Egg That Traveled Through a Swan’s Gut, Then Hatched (By VERONIQUE GREENWOOD)

 
Fascinating. Some fish eggs can survive going through a bird's digestive system.
Killifish manage to endure a variety of environments. The wee freshwater fish survive in isolated desert pools, lakes made by flood water, even seasonal ponds that are little more than puddles.

One place scientists didn’t expect to find them was in swan poop. But an international team of researchers reported last week in the journal Ecology that whole killifish eggs make it through the digestive tract of water birds intact, with one egg in the study even hatching more than a month after its transit through a swan. The findings suggest that bird feces may be capable of carrying fish eggs far from their original locations.
[...]
The researchers are planning a similar experiment now that uses eggs from carp, which hatch much faster than killifish. As killifish and carp can be invasive species outside of their normal range, understanding how they spread can help in containment.
#Science #Biology #Fish #Birds #Nature #Biodiversity

The New York Times: The Fish Egg That Traveled Through a Swan’s Gut, Then Hatched (By VERONIQUE GREENWOOD)

 
Right, @Bonobo, not mutually exclusive at all. :-)

I've long thought humans to be pretty arrogant in claiming exclusive license to "consciousness", "self awareness" and so on. Not surprisingly (to me anyway), #fish are now showing testable #self awareness (e.g. see this link from Max Planck Gesselschaft).
 
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