Monday, March 22, 2010

Monday Fish News

ABC News
Japanese Fish Dealers Welcome Tuna Ban Rejection
ABC News
By MALCOLM FOSTER AP Writer AP A fish dealer walks among tuna at his stall inside Tsukiji Wholesale Market in Tokyo, Japan, Friday,. ...
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Study backs efforts to save delta fish
San Francisco Chronicle
A study by the National Academy of Sciences declared Friday that the efforts to save endangered fish in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta by ...
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Anglers head out looking for the tournament-changing big fish
ESPN
Velvick's kicker fish, a 10-11, is exactly what the 93 Elite pros are hunting for today. "I didn't get a big bite yesterday, and I have to figure out how to ...
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No Rabies Found in Wolves Blamed in Teacher Death
New York Times
The animals were shot Monday from the air by the state Department of Fish & Game. Department officials say the wolves matched descriptions of those seen at ...
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Saving rare fish may require moving mouth of river
The Associated Press
They say it's a crucial step in making sure the fish — listed as an endangered species since 1986 — can reproduce on its own.
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Fish and Game ends search for wolves in Chignik Lake
KTUU
by Ashton Goodell ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Fish and Game ended its search Wednesday for wolves that attacked and killed a jogger in Chignik Lake, ...
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Christian Science Monitor
Asian carp: how one fish could ruin the Great Lakes
Christian Science Monitor
Six frequently asked questions about the invasive species of fish. Asian bighead carp (a type of giant minnow) swam in a tank with a white bass (c., ...
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Los Angeles Times
1.6 million acres in 27 California counties set aside as frog habitat
Los Angeles Times
(KQED / January 31, 2008) By Julie Cart The US Fish and Wildlife Service on Tuesday designated 1.6 million acres in California as critical habitat for the ...
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