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9.23.19

This Is Exactly What Will Happen After the Last Fish in the Ocean Dies

The devastation of the vast majority of the world's marine life is much closer than we think.

8.20.19

Fluorescent Blue Glow Seen on a Chennai Beach May Be a Sign of an Unhealthy Ocean

Even as people gush over the glow, scientists and coastal experts say it could be an effect of climate change and might be harmful to marine life.

7.11.19

Scientists Reveal Hidden Genetic Processes that Cause Sex Changes in Fish

The bluehead wrasse uses a "best of both worlds" mating strategy that involves morphing from female to male.

7.3.19

Mixing Poisonous Pufferfish and Cocaine Is a Terrible Idea, Florida Man Learns

Eating the liver of a highly toxic fish is bad. Eating it while on cocaine is worse.

5.23.19

Chef Shares Horrifying Video of Plastic Garbage He Found in a Fish's Stomach

Despite more than three decades working as a chef, nothing could’ve prepared Ricardo Muñoz Zurita for what he recently found inside a fish.

4.24.19

Woman Having Worst Day Ever Swallows Spoon While Trying to Dislodge Fish Bone from Throat

Apparently, she's far from the first person to accidentally swallow an entire spoon.

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4.1.19

Fish Could Be Getting High and Horny off Our Wastewater Drugs

Scientists are worried that all those drugs pumped through our sewers might be having a strange effect on the fish.

3.31.19

Disturbing Video Shows Clam Sushi Still Moving as it's Being Served

Behold the squirming surf clam that has divided Japanese Twitter.

3.28.19

Today's Special: You Can Anonymously Send Anyone a Chocolate Dick

Plus, a man's tantrum over being denied an in-flight fish dinner caused a 5-hour plane delay.

2.28.19

Microplastics Have Been Found in Our Deepest Ocean Animals

Scientists found plastics in the guts of amphipods at Challenger Deep, some 10,890 meters below the sea surface.

2.24.19

A Hong Kong Startup Thinks Glowing Fish Embryos Could Improve Food Safety

China’s food safety record has been anything but stellar, but a Hong Kong-based startup sees hope in a food-testing technology, which uses fish embryos that turn fluorescent in the presence of toxins.

2.12.19

Wildlife Center Will Name a Salmon for Your Ex, Then Feed It to a Bear

You said you needed closure. These bears are happy to help.

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