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Small fish found to be essential to coral reef health by keeping them clean, according to new study

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-03-31-small-fish-found-to-be-essential-to-coral-reef-health-by-keeping-them-clean.html

Small fish found to be essential to coral reef health by keeping them clean, according to new study Saturday, March 31, 2018 by: Edsel Cook aquarium fish , biodiversity , cleaner fish , cleaner wrasse , coral reef , Ecology , marine animals , marine conservation , marine ecology , marine ecosystem , marine life , marine species , parasites , vet , veterinarian , wildlife preservation - (Natural News ) If human communities have health professionals, coral reefs ...

Plastic pollution is threatening fish populations and the fishing industry in Central America

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-02-04-plastic-pollution-is-threatening-fish-populations.html

This suggests that the chemical signature of plastic debris was enticing to fish. ... He further explained that the study indicates plastic may be “more deceptive to fish” than previously thought. "...

Drug-Induced Fish: Hormone Causes Tilapia to Undergo Sex Change

https://www.naturalnews.com/026006_fish_tilapia_testosterone.html

Has the fish on you dinner table gone through a drug induced sex change? ... This technique was first developed in Japan in the 1950s for sex reversal of aquarium fish and species of carp. "...

Why oil spills are toxic: Scientists identify substance in crude oil that harms the hearts of fish and humans

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-04-04-substance-in-crude-oil-harms-the-hearts-of-fish-humans.html

“The mechanism which alters cardiac function in fish…is also present in humans,” said co-author Fabien Brette “What we measured on fish cardiac cells can occur on human cardiac cells and this could mean risk of sudden death.” ... Having access to bluefin and yellowfin tunas held in captivity at the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Tuna Research and Conservation Center made the research possible – these magnificent fish can weigh more than 1,400 pounds and are rarely found ...

Noise pollution threatening the food supply? Human-generated underwater noise found to disrupt the ability for fish to school

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-03-27-noise-pollution-disrupts-ability-of-fish-to-school.html

Human-generated underwater noise found to disrupt the ability for fish to school Wednesday, March 27, 2019 by: Jhoanna Robinson animals , badpollution , bats , biodiversity , Ecology , environment , fish , fish population , noise , noise pollution , wildlife , Wind Turbines - (Natural News ) Fish generally cluster together and move as one because they need cohesion and coordination when it comes to exchanging information like where to find food sources and how ...

Is seaweed a prepper food?

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-04-01-is-seaweed-a-prepper-food.html

Tools: - An aquarium heater - A large aquarium - A large, wide rock and a slightly smaller rock - Fresh kelp (with roots/holdfast still attached) - Salt - Water Steps: - Set the aquarium in a sunny spot. ... Repeat the process until the aquarium is full. - Once the water cools to 72 F (21 C), use the aquarium heater to maintain the temperature. - Get the fresh kelp. "...

Scientists create an autonomous robot that can hunt for lionfish that threaten coral reefs

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-11-15-scientists-create-an-autonomous-robot-that-will-hunt-for-lionfish-that-threaten-the-coral-reefs.html

Scientists create an autonomous robot that can hunt for lionfish that threaten coral reefs Thursday, November 15, 2018 by: Edsel Cook animal conservation , coral reef fish , coral reefs , Ecology , ecosystem , fish , hunting , invasive species , machine learning , robots , wildlife conservation - (Natural News ) Scientists have designed a robot to hunt down lionfish and protect the coral reefs, as well as the fish that depend on it. ... Lionfish are colorful fish ...

Mysterious sea star wasting syndrome spreads to public aquariums in Washington State, killing hundreds of creatures

https://www.naturalnews.com/046498_sea_star_wasting_syndrome_public_aquariums_west_coast.html

More than 50 percent of captive sea stars die at Washington aquarium Washington's Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium has lost more than half of their 369 sea stars to wasting syndrome , including all of their sunflower starfish. ... "Initially you don't know what's going on," said Neil Allen, curator of aquatics at the Tacoma aquarium. "...

Whale learned to mimic human speech; demonstrating free will among intelligent animals

https://www.naturalnews.com/037810_whales_human_speech_free_will.html

Water carries sound well, so even below the surface, a whale or dolphin can hear caretakers talking above the surface or observers talking while gazing through an aquarium glass wall. ... Aquarium keepers dismiss these characteristics as unimportant in captivity because they're fed and don't need to hunt in pods as they do in the wild. "...

Man-made ocean pollution has severely affected the immune systems of wild dolphins, researchers claim

https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-05-11-human-pollution-of-worlds-oceans-now-suppressing-immune-systems-of-dolphins.html

Based on the results, the researchers discovered that the healthiest bottlenose dolphins were from the Georgia Aquarium. ... Gregory Bossart, study co-author and chief veterinary officer at the Georgia Aquarium. "...

Dead dolphins washing up on shores of Maryland

https://www.naturalnews.com/041552_dead_dolphins_animal_deaths_maryland.html

Dittmer said that, in Maryland , pods of as many as 30 dolphins follow schools of fish far up the Chesapeake. ... Susan Barco, the research coordinator for the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center Foundation, told the paper that early findings indicate some sort of sickness. "...

Researchers develop tiny robots that are able to blend into bee colonies and interact with them

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-07-22-researchers-develop-tiny-robots-that-are-able-to-blend-into-bee-colonies.html

Like its bee equivalent, the robot fish is indistinguishable from living fish and is happily welcomed by actual zebrafish into their ranks. Also called danios, zebrafish are small, colorful, and very popular aquarium fish. "...

Human rights abuse continues in Thailand’s fishing industry; new database lets seafood importers know if there is slavery in their supply chain

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-07-10-human-rights-abuse-continues-in-thailands-fishing-industry.html

Human rights abuse continues in Thailand’s fishing industry; new database lets seafood importers know if there is slavery in their supply chain Tuesday, July 10, 2018 by: Rhonda Johansson child labor , child trafficking , fish from Thailand , forced human labor , human trafficking , imported fish , Liberty Asia , Seafood Slavery Risk Tool , Sustainable Fisheries Partnership - (Natural News ) A new tool has been developed to inform the public whether the fish that they’ve ...

Interview with Dr. Boris Worm, Marine Biologist, on Overfishing, Aquatic Ecosystems, Aquaculture Farming and More

https://www.naturalnews.com/026009_fish_ecosystem_culture.html

If you see a fish for example Alaskan Taylor Fish or Alaskan Salmon certified by MSC, you know it's a good choice. ... To basically have carnivore(s) of fish – fish that eat other fish – in aqua culture and then feed them fish that you have to catch in the wild in the first place doesn't seem a particularly good idea. "...

It's a simple chain of cause-and-effect: Toxic green algae in Florida is the result of man-made pollution

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-04-03-its-a-simple-chain-of-cause-and-effect-toxic-green-algae-in-florida-is-the-result-of-man-made-pollution.html

While satellite photos still reveal red tide blooms in southwest Florida, the concentrations of K. brevis are still declining even in those areas, according to Vincent Lovko of Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium. ... The toxins are potent enough to kill fish, seabirds, turtles, and even marine mammals. "...

Marine Ecosystems Severely Threatened by Overfishing: Exclusive Interview with Marine Biologist Dr. Boris Worm

https://www.naturalnews.com/025818_overfishing_boris_worm.html

. • Consumer Choice cards are available at the Monterey Bay Aquarium (www.MontereyBayAquarium.org ) that teach consumers which fish are unsustainable (such as Chilean Sea Bass or Orange Roughy) and should therefore be avoided by consumers. • Commercial fishing operations invent new names of fish to replace traditional names that aren't very marketable. ... Essentially, any ship can dump practically anything directly into the ocean. • When aquaculture farming uses ...

Marine Ecosystems Severely Threatened by Overfishing: Exclusive Interview with Marine Biologist Dr. Boris Worm

https://www.naturalnews.com/025818.html

. • Consumer Choice cards are available at the Monterey Bay Aquarium (www.MontereyBayAquarium.org ) that teach consumers which fish are unsustainable (such as Chilean Sea Bass or Orange Roughy) and should therefore be avoided by consumers. • Commercial fishing operations invent new names of fish to replace traditional names that aren't very marketable. ... Essentially, any ship can dump practically anything directly into the ocean. • When aquaculture farming uses ...

Nurturing can CHANGE nature: How mothers nurture their children can influence the formation of NEW SPECIES

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-05-15-nurturing-can-change-nature-formation-of-new-species.html

Nurturing can CHANGE nature: How mothers nurture their children can influence the formation of NEW SPECIES Friday, May 15, 2020 by: Arsenio Toledo animal research , animal science , animals , aquarium fish , Ecology , environment , Evolution , fish , goodscience , guppy , marine life , Oceans , pet fish , Poeciliidae , research , wildlife - (Natural News ) Researchers from the University of California, Riverside(UC Riverside) have shown that the way animal mothers ...

Study reveals glass knifefish use tiny active sensing motions to keep track of their surroundings

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-03-19-glass-knifefish-generate-electricity-to-detect-motion.html

The tiny movements increase the accuracy of the data that is being sent to the brain of the fish. ... They placed the weakly-electric fish inside an aquarium tank with an artificial refuge and video cameras that can follow the fish in real time. "...

How to create a fully off-grid indoor food production system

https://www.naturalnews.com/047767_aquaponics_food_production_off-grid.html

A solar-powered aquaponic grow room can provide fish and veggies for as long as needed when the zombie apocalypse arrives. ... You will need a large aquarium to hold the fish (talapia, trout, catfish, prawns, snails etc.) and grow trays or vertical towers to grow the veggies in. "...