Flashback Friday: Toothy Predator

In today's Flashback Friday, we head out on the water for a little fishing, and come face to face with a toothy lingcod. When we write about Read More…

Flashback Friday: Ocean Sunbathers

While you're soaking up some sun this summer, learn about one of the ocean's giant sunbathers, the Mola mola, in today's Flashback Friday! Making forays to the Read More…

Combing for Hairtails

Touring the fish markets of Korea during the 2016 World Fisheries Congress exposed us to many unique and unusual fishes, including hagfish and skates. Another eye-catching fish Read More…

Slime Time: Hagfish in Korea

Today, the third Wednesday of October, is National Hagfish Day, a day dedicated to that most slimy of aquatic ambassadors, the hagfish (class Myxini). Since we’re sure Read More…

Toothy predator

When we write about salmon predators on our blog, we’re usually focused on non-native introduced sportfish that live in freshwater. But there’s a whole different world of Read More…

Tsunami Stunts Fish Growth

Picturing the effects of the 2011 Japan tsunami conjures up vivid images of the immediate disaster: swamped fishing boats, towns washed away, or the meltdown at the Read More…

The dish on fish guts

Food webs are important features of any ecosystem – but in an environment like the river or the ocean, how do you actually identify who eats who? Read More…

A bite to remember

Our staff tends to have one thing in common: we love the water, whether it be fresh, salty, or carbonated. As a result, we often tend to Read More…

The warm-hearted fish

Fish don’t have a reputation for being particularly “warm” creatures – a heartless and unfeeling person is even referred to as a “cold fish.” But a recent Read More…

Meltdown and mingling

Atlantic and Pacific Ocean fish species kept apart by a frigid Arctic may soon be able to mingle as the planet heats up. So predicts an international Read More…