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  • 9 Jun 2016
    Julian D. Olden

    Have Fishes Had Their Chips?

    Julian D. Olden, Author of Conservation of Freshwater Fishes, talks about the enormity of the challenges we face and how this book will inspire both current and future generations of scientists.

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  • 5 Aug 2010

    Fish with Fanged Tongue – A Discovery in the Census of Marine Life

    From National Geographic: "Australia's 'terrifying' dragonfish uses its many fangs—which even stud its tongue—to hook hard-to-find prey in the cold, dark depths, scientists say. The banana-size fish is one of tens of thousands of both known and new species included in a new inventory released today by the Census of Marine Life, a decade-long ocean-exploration project." What be in the sea?!

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  • 4 Nov 2008
    Susan Pinkard

    Recipe from the Early-Modern French Kitchen: Monkfish

    Now, I love monkfish. If you've never tried it, think delicate, and very much like lobster. Personally, I prefer it to lobster. After seeing Susan's adaptation of this La Varenne preparation, I know how I'll be cooking it next time I pick some up.

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