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Can your fish recognize you?

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A new study says, Yes, it probably can. Researchers studying archerfish found the fish can tell a familiar human face from dozens of new faces with surprising accuracy. ... A fish has a tiny brain. And it would have no reason in its evolution to learn how to recognize humans.

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  • What bites can be mistaken for bed bugs?

    Other Pest's Bites Mistaken for Bed Bugs

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  • What is fish batter made from?

    All you need for this fish batter is flour, salt, baking powder, milk and water. The results will be thinly-coated, crispy and delicious pieces of fish!

  • When should you not buy oysters?

    Foodie tradition dictates only eating wild oysters in months with the letter "r" -- from September to April -- to avoid watery shellfish, or worse, a nasty bout of food poisoning. Now, a new study suggests people have been following this practice for at least 4,000 years.

  • Can you eat raw oysters out of the jar?

    FYI: we don't recommend eating previously shucked oysters (the kind we sell in a jar) raw. Not that they're harmful, just that they've had most of their -ness rinsed off. Don't get us wrong: the shucked oysters are amazing, and might be the best thing we sell, but they're meant to be cooked.

  • Can salmon roe make you sick?

    “Food contaminated with Clostridium botulinum toxin may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick. Symptoms can include nausea, vomiting, fatigue, dizziness, blurred or double vision, dry mouth, respiratory failure and paralysis. In severe cases of illness, people may die.”

  • How long does thawed vacuum-sealed fish last?

    For most species, it is best if eaten within approximately one year. The vacuum bag will preserve the fish longer, but flavor and texture will be premium if consumed within that timeframe. Once a fillet is thawed or removed from the vacuum bag, it should be consumed within a couple of days.

  • Where are razor clams harvested?

    Range. Pacific razor clams can be found along the Pacific West Coast of North America from the eastern Aleutian Islands, Alaska, to Pismo Beach, California. They inhabit sandy beaches in the intertidal zone down to a maximum water depth of about 9 m (30 ft).

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  • Can shrimp and tetras live together?

    Yes, shrimp and neon tetras can live in the same tank, and they actually make a really great combo. Firstly, they share similar water requirements, saving you the trouble of any adjustment. More importantly, they share similar temperaments, decreasing the chances of some of your pets becoming a snack to another.

  • Can you put fish in right after water conditioner?

    How long to wait to put fish in the tank after conditioner? If you are using a good quality water conditioner then you have to wait for 30 minutes before you introduce your fish with his new habitat. Good quality of water conditioner can remove all the chlorine and chloramines just in 15 to 20 minutes.

  • How do you smoke fish in a pellet grill?

    Pat the fish dry and allow the fish to reach room temperature. Set the grill for 150°-175°. Put the fish skin side down on the grill. Smoke for 2-5 hours or until you like the texture.

  • Do blobfish actually explode?

    Actual explanation of what happens to the blobfish: When they are removed from the depths they do not blow up they kind of melt. Cell membranes are made of fat, the type of fat these fish have is made to be solid in the cold and pressurised environment of the deep sea.

  • Why is pink salmon cheaper?

    Pink salmon is inexpensive; red salmon costs more. ... When red and pink salmon are pulled fresh from the sea their flesh is, in fact, distinctly red or pink. The cooking process of canning reduces coloration in both. Red salmon gets its enhanced color from eating krill, a type of small shrimp.

  • Do people actually eat anchovies?

    Even if you don't like them dumped on pizzas, chances are you've eaten plenty of anchovies: They are a critical ingredient for Caesar salad and olive tapenade. You'll generally find anchovies alongside the Italian foods or with tuna. ... Anchovies are a rich and salty food; start with a little and taste.

  • Do cherry shrimp eat phytoplankton?

    While they will mostly eat the small scraps of whatever your shrimp deem to be too tiny, they also feed well off of phytoplankton. These tiny plant-like cellular organisms make the perfect food for copepods and when they are eaten will make the copepods a much more nutritious food source for the shrimp.

  • Why are you not supposed to flush fish?

    When flushed, there is always a chance that the parasite will be passed on to. While there aren't a whole lot of parasites that can be passed from fish to humans, these nasty critters can thrive in wild waters and cause detrimental damage to the species that live there.

  • Do crayfish die after laying eggs?

    The hatching period depends on temperature and usually takes about 3 weeks. Every marbled crayfish is female—and they reproduce by cloning themselves. They were all female, and they all laid hundreds of eggs without mating. ... The crayfish will either mate and start the process over again, or it will die.

  • What temperature do crayfish prefer?

    65-77 F A temperature range of 65-77 F (18-25 C) is best for good growth of most species from the continental United States, but they can survive over a much wider range. Some species are tropical, some require cold water.

  • Why is cod fish so salty?

    Cod fish was salted to preserve the fish and make sure that the fisherman could have the food they needed for many months at sea. Salt has strong antibacterials properties which allows the fish to be stored for long periods of time, even at warm temperatures.

  • Where can I find big catfish?

    Look for big-river holes directly below dams, near outside bends and near tributary mouths. Sonar helps identify this structure. Cats that are "holed up" often remain motionless, waiting for food to drift nearby. Consequently, catfish baits must pass close to elicit strikes.

  • Is it legal to fish with frogs in Ontario?

    You can catch or buy baitfish and leeches, up to the possession limit. You can catch crayfish or frogs but you cannot buy them. You cannot have in your possession more than: 120 baitfish.

  • How do you debone fresh mackerel?

    Turn the fish over, so it's skin side down. Using the tip of your kitchen scissors, snip the backbone away from the flesh at both the tail and head ends. Lift the backbone and ease it away. As it comes away, the majority of little bones should be removed with it.

  • How do you tell if cooked prawns are off?

    If your prawns are slimy or going grey, this may be a sign that they're too old. Slime on proteins is an indicator that lactic acid from bacteria is present, and this makes your prawns unsafe to eat. In general, seafood that smells overly fishy or funky should be tossed into the bin, as it may already be spoiled.

  • Does Trader Joe's sell wild caught shrimp?

    Trader Joe's Large Argentinian Red Shrimp are big, meaty shrimp, wild caught in the icy waters of Patagonia. ... Large, with about 20-25 Shrimp per pound, they're particularly impressive paired with a skewer and a grill or broiler.

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