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     For the May 09, 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.
The Finding Nemo Project is expected to have wide implications for reef research. The Finding Nemo
Project is expected to have wide implications for reef research.
Mayan Cichlid This Mayan Cichlid
is native to the Yucatan in Mexico and to Central America.
A new species of Coral from Oman. A New Species
of Coral Found Off the Coast of Oman
Kelp Forest Aquarium At 28 feet high,
the Kelp Forest in the Monterey Bay Aquarium is one of the tallest aquarium exhibits in the world.
Plankton blooms in the Pacific Ocean. Plankton Blooms
350 Miles West of the Galápagos Islands in the Pacific Ocean.
Megamouth Shark Megamouth Shark
when first discovered in 1976, new shark family, genus, and species names had to be created.
Amphibians face decline. Many Amphibians, such as this South American Red-Eyed Tree Frog, face decline, researchers warn.
In Papua New Guinea
The Finding Nemo Project Protects Fish Populations.

A research project has found that more than half of all clownfish return to where they were born after being swept out to sea. Scientists from north Queensland and France worked together at reefs off Papua New Guinea, using a new way to track adult clownfish and their offspring. Research leader Dr. Glenn Almany says the research technique was also tested on butterfly fish and will be trialed later this year on coral trout off Great Keppel Island. "We're fairly confident that our technique can be widely applied to a huge variety of species in the sea incrementally, then we can gain more knowledge about patterns of movement in between populations," he said. "That's going to enable us to make some important management decisions about how to best protect and conserve these fish populations." Dr. Almany says the 'Finding Nemo' project will have wide implications for reef research. Click here to read more.

Yucatan, Mexico, and Central America
Where the Beautiful Mayan Cichlid Species Lives.
The Mayan cichlid is native to the Central American Atlantic slope waters of southeastern Mexico (including the Yucatán Peninsula), Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. The original type specimen came from Lake Petén in Guatemala. Non-indigenous populations of Mayan cichlids, first reported in 1983, are now well established in portions of Florida Bay and the Everglades in southern Florida, USA. Click here to read more.
In the Middle East
A New Coral Species Discovered Off the Coast of Oman.
Two new species of coral have been discovered off the Omani coast, as well as other existing coral species that had previously not been known to live in the area. There are now estimated to be approximately 130 species of coral off the coast of Oman, much more than was formerly thought to subsist in the region. Scientists believe there are probably at least twenty more species yet to be discovered, possibly including five more new to science. Click here to read more.
Monterey Bay, California
One of the World's Tallest Aquarium Exhibits.
At the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, California, The Living Kelp Forest Aquarium looks so natural you may think you're looking through a window into the bay. Sardines, leopard sharks, wolf-eels and a host of other fishes weave among the fronds of kelp, just as they do in the wild. The exhibit opens to the sky and the light streaming through the amber fronds helps the kelp grow more than 4 inches a day. In this forest, kelp is king! Click here to read more.
350 Miles West of the Galápagos Islands
How a Surge in Plankton may be the Savior of Mankind.
The first commercial venture into growing vast plankton blooms big enough to suck carbon from the atmosphere starts this month. Tons of powdered iron will be poured into the Pacific to induce the growth of blooms big enough to be seen from space. The scheme’s backers believe that the iron seeding technique could radically reduce the carbon in the atmosphere and will open up a multimillion-pound carbon-offsetting industry. Simultaneously, they hope to reverse the decline in plankton levels, which are estimated to have fallen by at least 9 per cent in the past two decades. Click here to read more.
Deep in the Oceans of the World
Where the Megamouth Sharks were Discovered in 1976.
Although only 37 confirmed sightings of Megamouth sharks are reported, this species is now known from Indian, Pacific, and Atlantic Oceans. As with the two other filter-feeding sharks, the basking, and whale sharks, this species is wide-ranging. However, the Megamouth is considered to be less active and a poorer swimmer than the basking or whale sharks. Poor mobility likely is a reflection of its flabby body, soft fins, asymmetrical tail, lack of keels and weak calcification. There are conflicting hypotheses regarding the evolutionary relationships between the Megamouth Sharks and other sharks. Click here to read more.
Throughout the World
Amphibians Losing Race with Environmental Change.
Even though they had the ability to evolve and survive for hundreds of millions of years - since before the time of the dinosaurs and through many climatic regimes - the massive, worldwide decline of amphibians can best be understood by their inability to keep pace with the current rate of global change, a new study suggests. Click here to read more.
In Idaho
An Outbreak of Ich Kills 250,000 Trout at a Fish Hatchery.
About 250,000 rainbow trout died in a sudden disease outbreak at a southwestern Idaho fish hatchery, a loss of about 8 percent of Idaho's annual output of catchable-sized trout. It was the second such outbreak of ichthyophthirius multifilis in as many years at the state Department of Fish and Game hatchery in Nampa. Officials say it likely resulted when stress from overcrowding weakened the fish, making them more susceptible to the parasite. Click here to read more. Special thanks to Jay from Evansville, Indiana, for sending us the link to this story.
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