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January 23, 2015
Feb. 18 Floridians for Clean Water & Amendment 1 Rally

Now that thousands of people have signed the Floridians' Clean Water Declaration and millions of Florida voters said yes to Amendment 1 this past November, it's time to take our message directly to Tallahassee!   On February 18, Floridians' Clean Water Declaration and Amendment 1 activists will join forces for a "We Want Clean Water" rally on […]

October 22, 2012
Fishy Physics: Adaptation Lets Silvery Fish Reflect Light Without Polarization, May Help Them Evade Predators

ScienceDaily (Oct. 21, 2012) — Silvery fish such as herring, sardine and sprat have evolved special skin that gets around a basic law of physics, according to new research from the University of Bristol published Oct. 21 in Nature Photonics. Reflective surfaces polarize light, a phenomenon that fishermen or photographers overcome by using polarizing sunglasses […]

September 27, 2012
How do fish know if they’re swimming in the right school?

Published 26 September 2012. ABCScience Dr Ashley Ward is a fish biologist at the University of Sydney. He was interviewed by Rachel Sullivan. Almost 80 per cent of the more than 20,000 known fish species school at some point in the life cycle. Schooling helps reduce the risk of being attacked by predators, and also […]

June 15, 2011
Coelacanths Can Live Past 100, Don’t Show Age?

Two-decade study unlocks secrets of “living fossil” fish. Not only is the coelacanth one of the world’s oldest fish species, but the individual fish may also be long-lived. (From National Geographic / by Matt Kaplan) — A new study suggests the ancient fish can live up to a hundred years and even longer. Until 1938, […]