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     For the April 04, 2007 Pet Fish Talk Show.
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Segment One
Fish in the News. Each week the Bailey Brothers start the Pet Fish Talk Show with some fun and interesting stories about fish in the news.
Lucky Giant Golden Tiger Fish        This "Lucky" Giant Golden Tiger Fish is on display in a restaurant in Zhanjiang, South China's Guangdong province.  REUTERS/CHINA DAILY
15 lb. Tiger Fish 15 lb. Tiger Fish caught in the Cahorra Bassa Dam, Northern Mozambique, South Eastern Africa.
Bamboo Shark Pup Miss Harahush
pictured with a Bamboo Shark pup that she has raised to study the development of its fins and eyes.
Box Jellyfish Box Jellyfish
have four morphologically different types of eye. Two of these eye types, called the upper and lower lens eyes, are camera type eyes with spherical fish-like lenses.
In Guangdong, China,
Restaurant Pays $75,000.00 for a "Lucky Fish".
A Chinese restaurant paid $75,000 for a giant golden-colored tiger fish, a symbol of wealth and good fortune. The fish, which weighed about 105 lbs., was caught off the coast of Zhanjiang in the booming southern province of Guangdong. The China News Service said, "The restaurant agreed to display the fish ... It is about 1.75 meters long, and its scales shine like gold ..." Click here to read more.
In Mozambique, East Africa,
15 lb. Tiger Fish Caught on Fishing Line.
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University of Queensland , Australia,
Shark Pups Open Eyes and Change Fins Early.
Baby sharks grow slowly, changing their fins as they grow and can see a month before they leave their eggs, according UQ research. UQ Marine Science PhD student Blake Harahush, of the School of Biomedical Sciences, has been studying the growth and visual development of Brown Banded Bamboo Sharks from embryo to adult for the last three years. Click here to read more.
Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam,
64" long Arapaima Caught by Local Fishermen.

Le Huu Dung, director of Hai Dang Company Ltd., which runs several water parks in Ho Chi Minh City, said the fish – an Arapaima Gigas, known in Vietnam as Dai Tuong – can live up to 60 years, grow to be over 20 feet long, and weigh 1000 lbs. The fish caught in district 2 is 64 inches, thought to be eight or nine years old, and weighs around 220 lbs. It was sold for $2,493.00 to a local ornamental fish breeder. Click here to read more.

In Glasgow, Scotland,
How Box Jellyfish Avoid Banging Into Things.
Box jellyfish are much more active swimmers than other jellyfish -- they exhibit strong directional swimming, are able to perform rapid 180 degree turns, and can deftly move in between objects. So how do they manage to maneuver the obstacle course that is in the sea bed? Box jellyfish have four morphologically different types of eye. Two of these eye types, called the upper and lower lens eyes, are camera type eyes with spherical fish-like lenses. Scientists measured the role of these camera eyes in obstacle avoidance in two species of box jellyfish -- Tripedalia cystophora and Chiropsella bronzie. T. cystophora displayed stronger obstacle avoidance than C. bronzie which correlates well with the differences in their habitats: T. cystophora originates in the Caribbean and lives in between mangrove roots, thus their habitat is filled with relatively small vertical obstacles. C. bronzie hails from northern Australia and their habitat holds, larger obstacles, such as large stones and fallen over trees. Click here to read more.
In Wisconsin
Virus in Great Lakes Threatens Massive Fish Kill.
The state Department of Natural Resources is asking for the public's help in keeping a deadly fish virus at bay. Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia, more commonly called VHS, has already infected the Great Lakes, including Lake Michigan, and is causing massive fish kills. "I think people know about invasive species in general but I think this one is such a large threat," said Mike Staggs, director of the Bureau of Fisheries. "It's probably an order of magnitude greater than anything we've seen to date." Click here to read more.

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In De Kalb, Illinois,
Science Fair Gives Students Chance to try out Theories.
Clinton Rosette eighth-grader Anugrah Lambogo was at Saturday's fair. His project, “Lab Fish,” was meant to find out which fish would go through a maze faster - a goldfish or a molly. “I guessed it would be a goldfish, but they were about the same,” he said. The fish took about two minutes to get to the end of the maze where there was some food. “No animals were harmed,” he said. Click here to read more.
In the North Atlantic Ocean
Shark Declines Threaten Shellfish Stocks.
Dramatic declines of large North Atlantic sharks due to over fishing have upset the balance of entire marine ecosystems, a new study shows. Now scallops, clams, and oysters are paying the price. Smaller sharks, skates, and rays that are normally eaten by the large sharks have become so abundant that they are ravaging shellfish stocks, the researchers say. The shark declines, fed by growing worldwide demand for shark-fin soup, are indirectly causing some scallop fisheries to collapse entirely, the scientists add. Click here to read more.
In Halifax, Nova Scotia
A Moment for Remembering Ransom Myers
Ransom A. Myers, 54, the world-renowned fisheries biologist whose research showed that the number of large fish in the world's oceans has dropped by 90 percent in the past 50 years, died of a brain tumor March 27 at a hospital in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The journal Science has just published a major paper co-written by Dr. Myers, "Cascading Effects of the Loss of Apex Predatory Sharks from a Coastal Ocean," about the importance of sharks in marine ecosystems. More than any other scientist, Ransom's work has alerted us to the full extent of the rapid decline in fish populations in recent years, particularly large pelagic fish and other predators. Click here to read more.
From New York on April 1, 2007
The Monster in the Long Island Sound
It's about a gigantic, squid-like creature that was seen yesterday squirming its way through the deeper parts of Long Island Sound, startling several eyewitnesses, including at least one fisherman, some revelers on the deck of a swingers excursion boat and a former member of an auxiliary harbor police patrol. The U.S. Coast Guard was notified, but nothing was found after extensive patrols and sonar testing. Click here for more April Fools Day Fun.
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