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  • Fisherman breaks state record with monster 37-pound lake trout [NH]

    03/02/2020 8:43:16 AM PST · by Red Badger · 62 replies
    CNN ^ | By Alicia Lee, CNN Updated 8:43 PM ET, Sun March 1, 2020
    Thomas Knight with the enormous lake trout that broke New Hampshire's 62-year-old state record for the largest lake trout. (CNN)When Thomas Knight set out on the ice to go fishing for lake trout, he was determined to haul in a big one. He came prepared with an 11-inch sucker because big bait attracts big fish, he said. But what he reeled in was bigger than anything he could have imagined. Knight, of Meredith, New Hampshire, caught a lake trout last Tuesday that weighed in at 37.65 pounds, easily breaking the state record that was more than 60 years old. The...
  • Fish that survive out of water for years could stop ageing in humans

    02/21/2020 9:56:25 AM PST · by Red Badger · 29 replies
    www.dailystar.co.uk ^ | Updated 23:48, 20 FEB 2020 | ByTom Towers
    African turquoise killifish can put themselves into a state of suspended animation as an embryo, a process known as diapause African turquoise killifish can put themselves into a state of suspended animation as an embryo (Image: MDI Biological Laboratory) ===================================================================== A fish that can halt the process of ageing and survive out of water for years could help humans track down the fountain of youth, researchers have claimed. African turquoise killifish can put themselves into a state of suspended animation as an embryo, a characteristic known as diapause. The trend is thought to have emerged in response to seasonal changes...
  • ‘A Big Old Fish!’ 350-Pound Warsaw Grouper Caught in Southwest Fla.

    01/13/2020 3:11:07 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 30 replies
    A Florida fisherman’s gargantuan catch is reeling in a lot of chatter online. “A big old fish!” the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation exclaimed on Facebook, next to a photo of the fisherman standing by the 350-pound Warsaw grouper. The massive fish was caught by hook-and-line in Southwest Florida, according to the FWC. It’s estimated to be 50 years old, making it the oldest sample collected for the FWC’s program. The grouper was caught in 600 feet of water, biologists said. Warsaw groupers are usually found in waters over 200 feet deep, although juveniles can be found inshore, around jetties...
  • Weekly Update: JW Sues on Behalf of Pentagon Whistleblower over Spygate Figure and Clinton Crony

    08/25/2018 8:35:21 AM PDT · by jazusamo · 15 replies
    Judicial Watch ^ | August 24, 2018 | Tom Fitton
    Judicial Watch in Court for Fusion GPS Records Judicial Watch Sues on behalf of Pentagon Official Who Blew the Whistle on Spygate Figure and Clinton Crony Deep State Pushes Housing Welfare with Help of Key Trump Official The Russian Collusion Peter Strzok and James Comey Ignored ~snip~ Judicial Watch Sues on behalf of Pentagon Official Who Blew the Whistle on Spygate Figure and Clinton Crony John Brennan, the disgraced former CIA director, has made security clearances an issue, so let’s go with that. Let’s have a look at how Deep State officials stripped a security clearance from someone for...
  • Please. ... Don't feed the fish. [Twitter Video]

    08/07/2019 6:16:29 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 17 replies
    Clint Eastwood Twitter ^ | 1:39 PM - 6 Aug 2019 | Clint Eastwood
    Please. ... Don't feed the fish. ======================================================= From Clint Eastwood's Twitter account! Funny! Shows one way to catch a fish..........or did the fish catch the man?..................
  • 112-year-old fish has broken a longevity record

    08/06/2019 7:51:27 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 43 replies
    www.nationalgeographic.com ^ | PUBLISHED August 2, 2019 | By Sean Landsman
    According to radiocarbon dating, when the bigmouth buffalo was born, World War I had not yet broken out in Europe. Scientists just added a large, sucker-mouthed fish to the growing list of centenarian animals that will likely outlive you and me. A new study using bomb radiocarbon dating describes a bigmouth buffalo that lived to a whopping 112 years, crushing the previous known maximum age for the species—26—by more than fourfold. That makes the bigmouth buffalo, which is native to North America and capable of reaching nearly 80 pounds, the oldest age-validated freshwater bony fish—a group that comprises roughly 12,000...
  • Thousands of fish die of alcohol poisoning in the Kentucky River after a huge fire [tr]

    07/08/2019 10:50:02 AM PDT · by C19fan · 27 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | July 8, 2019 | James Tweedie
    Thousands of dead fish are floating in the Kentucky River after a 23-mile-long spill of alcohol was dumped into the water during a huge fire at a Jim Beam bourbon warehouse. The environmental disaster occurred after water from firefighters' hoses used to put out the blaze ran off into the river, carrying some of the 45,000 barrels of whisky that went up in smoke with it. The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet (EEC) said in a statement on Sunday that the leading edge of the alcohol plume was between Owenton and Carrollton, where the Kentucky river drains into the Ohio...
  • Worm that makes fish unable to swim continues to infect San Marcos, Comal rivers

    06/12/2019 7:18:25 AM PDT · by bgill · 15 replies
    kxan ^ | June 11, 2019 | Russell Falcon
    A new invasive parasite in the San Marcos and Comal rivers is becoming a bigger and bigger problem — it infects fish and makes them unable to swim. Researchers at Texas State University have identified the Haplorchis pumilio — a worm whose larvae can cause all sorts of bodily harm to fish, including an endangered species unique to Texas springs... The source of the parasitic problem originates with an invasive Asian snail, identified by its distinctive spiral shell, which was introduced into local springs in the mid-20th Century. The likely source of the snails was aquarium dumping by local residents....
  • Kim Jong-un 'executes general by throwing him in piranha-filled fish tank'

    06/09/2019 11:22:16 AM PDT · by Trump20162020 · 77 replies
    The UK Mirror ^ | June 9, 2019 | Andrew Gilpin
    Kim Jong-un has allegedly executed a general by throwing him into 'a piranha-filled fish tank.' The general, whose name has not been named, was accused of planning a coup but ended up as the latest victim of the newly developed execution method, according to the Daily Star. It is reported that the giant fish tank was built inside Kim's Ryongsong Residence. The victim had his arms and torso cut open with knives before he was thrown into the tank, it is alleged.
  • Vacationer Knocked Off Jet Ski By Ray Rushed To Intensive Care Unit

    06/04/2019 3:16:02 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 20 replies
    cbs2la ^ | 06/04/2019
    Whipple told WJCL an animal about 4 feet in diameter that was “gray on top, white on the bottom with this weird face,” came out “like a rocket” and knocked Dixon off the jet ski. McDaniel jumped into the water after the accident to help keep Dixon from drowning. They flagged down a pontoon boat, which then took Dixon to land. Dixon suffered broken ribs, a concussion and injuries to his lungs, back and neck, according to his brother. He was spent two days in Savannah Memorial Hospital’s ICU and was released. Authorities credit the quick response by Whipple and...
  • 50-million-year-old fossil shows school of baby fish in their final moments

    05/31/2019 5:37:16 PM PDT · by ETL · 46 replies
    FoxNews.com/science ^ | May 31, 2019 | Brandon Specktor Senior Writer | LiveScience
    There's room for all types in a newly described fossil that shows 259 baby fish swimming together in a school, approximately 50 million years ago. According to the authors of a new study published Wednesday (May 29) in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, this ex-school may be the earliest known fossil evidence that prehistoric fish swam in unison, just as modern fish do today. A team of Arizona researchers stumbled upon this remarkable rock during a visit to the Oishi Fossils Gallery of Mizuta Memorial Museum in Japan. Working with the museum, the researchers determined that the...
  • Lionfish genes studied for clues to invasive prowess

    04/26/2019 12:35:20 PM PDT · by Red Badger · 24 replies
    phys.org ^ | April 26, 2019 | by Mick Kulikowski, North Carolina State University
    The red lionfish (P. volitans) is a voracious predator in the Atlantic Ocean but furtive in its native Pacific. A new study shows evidence of rapid evolution when it arrived in the Atlantic. Credit: Michael Gäbler published under a Creative Commons license. ================================================================= What makes the red lionfish (Pterois volitans) such a successful and powerful invader in Atlantic Ocean waters compared to its rather lamblike existence in its native Pacific Ocean? A new North Carolina State University study examining two native lionfish regions in the Pacific and five invading regions in the Atlantic showed the greatest genetic similarities between lionfish...
  • Man accused of abandoning pet fish faces animal cruelty charges

    04/04/2019 3:01:38 PM PDT · by ConservativeMind · 98 replies
    WECT News 6 ^ | April 3, 2019 | By Clint Bullock and Chelsea Donovan
    NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WECT) - A New Hanover County man was arrested on animal cruelty charges after he allegedly failed to provide fresh water and food to his pet fish and abandoned it after he was evicted from his home last month. Michael Ray Hinson, 53, was taken into custody on Wednesday and charged with three counts of misdemeanor cruelty to animals and one count of abandonment of an animal. He was given a $4,000 unsecured bond and later released from jail. Lt. Jerry Brewer, spokesperson for the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office, said Hinson was evicted from his...
  • N.J. boy dies from severe allergic reaction to smell of cooking fish

    01/04/2019 7:49:29 AM PST · by LouieFisk · 55 replies
    NJ.com ^ | January 3rd, 2019 | Jeff Goldman
    "An 11-year-old New Jersey boy died on New Year’s Day after suffering a severe allergic reaction to the smell of fish being cooked at his grandmother’s home in Brooklyn, New York, according to reports."
  • These 10 Clean Eats Will Unclog and Protect Your Arteries

    12/18/2018 11:02:40 AM PST · by Red Badger · 178 replies
    www.theepochtimes.com ^ | December 17, 2018 Updated: December 17, 2018 | By Tiffany La Forge, Healthline
    Avocados are a delicious, rich fruit and a great way to treat your heart—and your taste buds. (Lisa Fotios/Pexels) ========================================================= Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States. An estimated 44 million U.S. women are affected by cardiovascular disease, causing 1 in 3 women’s deaths each year. One of the most common forms of heart disease is coronary artery disease which occurs when a buildup of plaque narrows artery walls and restricts proper blood flow to the heart and can lead to a heart attack. Coronary artery disease can be treated or prevented through...
  • Christmas for the Fish?

    12/17/2018 11:52:13 AM PST · by sevinufnine · 19 replies
    The Southwest Times ^ | 12/17/2018 | Editor
    Readers began reporting an odd sight Thursday, and while we still don’t have all the facts, it’s worth showing that even the fish are getting into the Christmas spirit at Claytor Lake.
  • Mysterious sea creature draws 'alien' comparisons with its sharp teeth, spiky skin

    11/29/2018 9:25:16 AM PST · by ETL · 26 replies
    FoxNews.com/Science ^ | Nov 29, 2018 | Jennifer Earl
    Hanna Mary was strolling along a beach with her mom and pup close behind when she spotted what she first believed was plastic sheeting. After a rough storm hit Canterbury, New Zealand, last week, Mary anticipated piles of "rubbish" would wash ashore. But when she inspected the bizarre-looking object Saturday at a Rakaia Huts beach, shrieking after she realized it wasn't just another piece of trash — it was the skeleton of an "alien"-like critter. "When I pulled it out and saw all the teeth and barbs I was convinced it was a rare deep sea creature," Mary told Fox News. "I...
  • I WANT FISH!.................Frustrated Cat Video...........

    11/21/2018 11:21:26 AM PST · by Red Badger · 17 replies
    imgur.com ^ | 11/21/2018 | Unknown
    15 Second video of a really frustrated cat!...................
  • Shallow Waters Allowed Early Fish-Like Creatures to Experiment With Evolution

    10/26/2018 8:13:54 AM PDT · by C19fan · 33 replies
    Gizmodo ^ | October 25, 2018 | George Dvorsky
    The conditions under which early lifeforms originated and exploded into the many animal groups we see today is a mystery that has confounded scientists for decades. New research suggests shallow marine environments were a critical testbed for these early animals, providing the perfect space for them to evolve the physical characteristics required for them to move beyond their nearshore cradle.
  • Susan Collins’s Kavanaugh vote sparks calls to boycott Maine products, tourism

    10/09/2018 8:53:54 AM PDT · by yesthatjallen · 102 replies
    The Hill ^ | 10/09/18 | TAL AXELROD
    Activists upset with Sen. Susan Collins’s vote to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh say they will inflict economic damage on the Republican senator's home state by boycotting Maine products and tourism. “Dear Susan Collins – I really struggled with this but my tourist $ just voted against ever visiting Maine while you remain in office,” actor and comedian John Fugelsang said Friday in a tweet that has since been deleted, according to the Portland Press Herald. The tweet garnered hundreds of comments saying they would join Fugelsang in the boycott, with one person canceling a $2,200 reservation at Point...