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What is IQ of fish?

Asked: Tomáš Černý, Last Updated:

Fish intelligence is "...the resultant of the process of acquiring, storing in memory, retrieving, combining, comparing, and using in new contexts information and conceptual skills" as it applies to fish.

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    They thrive in rivers, lakes, reservoirs, and small streams, in a host of water quality conditions, from clear water to highly turbid (muddy) systems. ... Catfish also have good vision in clear water and can hear well, and can detect vibrations using their lateral line sense.

  • What does it mean when shrimp are mushy?

    If you are buying mushy shrimp, that is one thing - stop buying mushy shrimp! But if they are in good condition when you buy them and come out mushy afterwards, then you are cooking them too long. This can happen especially with smaller shrimp cooked in the shell, they cook very quickly.

  • How long should I cure salmon?

    Medium cured salmon (36 – 48 hour cure) for 2 days to be safe, but 3 should be fine. Hard cured salmon (3 day cure) can be kept for 5 days.

  • Can I catch crayfish 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: ... 36 crayfish.

  • How many fish can I put in a 55 gallon?

    The one-inch-per-gallon rule still applies, so be sure that you do not exceed 55 inches of fish in a 55-gallon tank. This roughly equates to four or five bottom-dwelling fish along with a couple algae eaters.

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