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Saturday, April 23, 2016

9 Reasons Why Fish Are Really Sad ‘Pets’

Fish are animals who’ve figured out how to survive in the ocean for more than 500 million years! That’s a mind-boggling amount of time spent evolving and adapting to their habitat—a habitat that no tank can rival. The following are some interesting facts about fish:

1. They are far more intelligent than they get credit for:

Researchers have found that fish recognize each other and gather information by eavesdropping. They’re capable of remembering past social interactions that they’ve had with other fish, and they show affection by rubbing against each other. Dr. Sylvia Earle—one of the world’s leading marine biologists—said, “I wouldn’t deliberately eat a grouper any more than I’d eat a cocker spaniel. They’re so good-natured, so curious. You know, fish are sensitive, they have personalities, they hurt when they’re wounded.”

Sunday, November 15, 2015

My Fishing Bait For Roach And Carp

If you are thinking about things to do to occupy your free time, why not go for Roach or Carp fishing. It’s essential to follow a few basic rules to ensure you enjoy yourself, rather than wishing you’d be anywhere else than on the bank.

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

6 Medicinal Facts About Snakehead You Probably Didn’t Know Until Now

The scientific research proves efficacious snakehead to accelerate the wound healing process, especially for mothers who give birth and those who had surgery.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Soak Fish in Milk for Odor-Free Cooking

When you're buying fish, it's important to make sure your fish smells like the sea, and not, well, like fish. That's one indicator of freshness. However, after the fish has come home, gone into the fridge, or been frozen and thawed, even your freshly bought fish may start to take on a fishy smell. The solution is easy: A quick soak in a bowl of milk, and that fishy smell is all gone.

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