The Smartest Fish in the Sea?

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Today I wondered about the smartest fish in the sea, and this is what I found. The top hit was an article by Karl Gruber (Our Blue Planet/BBCearth), titled “These are the world’s smartest fish”. Well, Gruber says the Killfish are a super smart/adept species, because apparently the mangrove rivulus aka killfish (Kriptolebias marmoratus) has…

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The Biodiversity Heritage Library: A Treasure Trove of Fishing History.

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The Biodiversity Heritage Library is a fantastic online resource with an abundance of historical books, illustrations and scientific exploration spanning hundreds of years. Here you can find some of the most beautiful illustrations of fish, plants, animals, mollusks or most any topic that has to do with Natural History. We of course, enjoy this library…

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The Offshore Explorer, Episode 1:

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I can’t even begin to tell you how excited we are to introduce Chase Offield’s very first Offshore Explorer Podcast with marine biologist, Chugey Sepulveda. Chugey is the Director and Lead Scientist for the Pfleger Institute of Environment Research (PIER).  What these two men covered in 90 minutes taught me more about swordfish than I’ve been able to learn fishing…

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