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     For the July 25, 2007 Pet Fish Talk Show.
In this show the Bailey Brothers talk with callers and read questions from listeners.
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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.
From Japan
Video of Trained Goldfish
Look at two funny Japanese with their fishes. It's amazing what they can do with the fishes. Click here to watch this video. Special Thanks to Joshua From Okemos Michigan for sending us this link.
In the Chesapeake and Delaware Bays
10 Chinese Mitten Crabs Found.
The Chinese mitten crabs found around the Chesapeake and Delaware bays in recent months are mating, scientists confirmed, raising concerns the invasive crab could be making a home in the area. Click here to read more. Special thanks to Zsofia in Hungary for the link to this story.
The Shark's Electric Detectors helps find Prey.
A menacing fin pierced the surface and sliced toward us. A great blue shark—three meters in length—homed in on the scent of blood like a torpedo. As my wife, Melanie, and I watched several large sharks circle our seven-meter Boston Whaler, a silver-blue snout suddenly thrust through a square cutout in the boat deck. “Look out!” Melanie shouted. We both recoiled instinctively, but we were in no real danger. The shark flashed a jagged smile of ivory saw teeth and then slipped back into the sea. Click here to go to Scientific American.
In Traverse City, Michigan,
Saltwater may be the Solution to Aquatic Pests.
A new report proposes a simple way to prevent invasive species from sneaking into the Great Lakes aboard oceangoing cargo ships: Just add salt water. In a study released Tuesday, scientists said vessels should be required to flush their ballast tanks with full-strength seawater before entering the St. Lawrence Seaway, the passage to the lakes. Click here to read more.
CBS Early Morning TV Show
Fish: The Easy Pet Alternative.
Fish make great pets. Although you can't pet them or play with them as you would with a dog or cat or smaller pet, they can bring life and color to your home. Veterinarian Dr. Debbye Turner stopped by The Early Show Monday to explain how a pet fish can be a great alternative for a family that doesn't have time to walk a dog or care for a cat. Fish provide a way to teach children responsibility and tech them how to care for an animal. But, as with any pet, there is a certain amount of knowledge needed. Click here to read more.
From National Geographic Magazine
Gardening Fish "Domesticate" Crops of Algae.
Damselfish can appear quite contrary to species that wander into their gardens of algae by aggressively chasing off larger fish and even nipping at human divers. But for some damselfish species, protecting their "crop" is a matter of survival for both the fish and the algae, according to recent research. The dusky farmerfish has developed a co-dependent relationship with a species of the red algae. Both creatures are found on coral reefs in the Ryukyu archipelago, a scattering of islands that stretches between southern Japan and Taiwan. "Not only do the fish rely on the algae as a source of food, but the algae only survive well if they are farmed," said Hiroki Hata, a marine biologist from Kyoto University in Japan. Hata said. Click here to read more.
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When Fish get Emotional.
Who ever heard of a fish being in two minds about something? Yet it seems that like humans, fish process information - and perhaps emotions - on different sides of the brain. Fish growing up in the wild among predators use their left eye to look at novel objects, while their offspring raised in captivity use the right eye. This suggests that life experiences can affect which side of the brain fish use, and even, says Victoria Braithwaite of the University of Edinburgh, UK, that they have emotional mindsets, since different sides of the brain may correspond to a curious or suspicious attitude. "The lab-reared fish could process information about novel objects in the left brain [which means they are looking at things with their right eye] because they feel more comfortable, whereas their parents are more cautious." Click here to read more.
In Venezuela
Killifish can Survive without Oxygen for 60 days.
How long can you hold your breath? For even highly trained humans, it's a few minutes, tops. Compare that with the killifish, which can survive without oxygen for more than 60 days, by far the longest of any vertebrate. Annual killifish, Austrofundulus limnaeus, live in temporary ponds in arid regions of Venezuela. Their embryos ride out seasonal droughts buried in mud, where microbial action often uses up all the oxygen. Click here to read more.
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