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Fishes have long been underestimated in their cognitive ability. A memory of just three seconds? Try one year! That’s right – pike showed ‘hook shyness’ for over one year after getting hooked by a
The battle about whether fishes feel pain has raged for years. Scientists previously argued that fishes cannot feel pain because they do not possess a neocortex part of the mammalian brain used for higher-order
Cephalopods are members of a class of molluscs that feature squids, octopuses, cuttlefishes, and nautiluses. While these “freaky” friends have gained notoriety for their noteworthy features which include arms/tentacles, prominent heads, and bilateral body
Go for a dive anywhere in the tropical Atlantic and chances are you may see a fierce looking white and red striped fish with a “mane” of spikes running down its spine. Beautiful and
Back in 2011, Smithsonian magazine published an article titled, Find Your Fishy Metaphor, which looked at how we compare fellow humans, such as office colleagues, with various fishes. Let’s look back at some of

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