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  1. I thought it would be fun to have an ongoing thread on Fish/Aquarium related news members may come across, old or new. I'll get the ball rolling. Home aquarium hobbyists are helping save 30 rare fish from extinction | New Scientist WWW.NEWSCIENTIST.COM The pet trade often harms wildlife but some dedicated amateur fish-keepers are working to keep many species of fish from extinction Newly Described Electric Eel Has Strongest Voltage Yet Measured WWW.THE-SCIENTIST.COM The same study also finds there are three species of Electrophorus, rather than one. "Smart" Tank Technology is the Future of the Aquarium Hobby WWW.RATEMYFISHTANK.COM Modern advances in technology affect every industry - even the aquarium hobby. Read on to learn about the top tech for aquariums in 2019.
  2. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/people-dumped-their-pets-into-lakes-officials-say-now-football-size-goldfish-are-taking-over/ar-AAM2q5b
  3. Another article for your consideration. I grew up in the Great Lakes region and found this article very interesting. Talks about the food web essentially and how even a tiny invader can really mess things up. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/2020/12/invasive-water-fleas-decimating-plankton-in-great-lakes/
  4. Two species of fish belonging to a new family of fish, dragon snakehead, were discovered in India. Dragon snakeheads—strange new underground fish—discovered in India WWW.NATIONALGEOGRAPHIC.COM The primitive fishes, which scientists call “living fossils,” represent a new taxonomic family, a rare finding.
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