Electric fish use zaps to communicate but all that zapping can get confusing. When they sense their own signal, a brain function says, "Ignore it."
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Among deep-sea anglerfishes, tiny males permanently attack to relatively gigantic females. New understanding of this process could benefit human health.
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New research identifies a possible terms for food made from the cells of fish or shellfish, rather than whole animals: cell-based seafood.
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Rising levels of carbon dioxide in the Gulf of Mexico are putting commercial fishing and marine life at risk, researchers warn.
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A new study of shark populations in 58 countries around the world detected none in almost 20% of the locations surveyed.
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A new database will help track the impacts of climate change on fish living in rivers, lakes, and other inland waters throughout the world.
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