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What is the main reason there are so many rusty crayfish?

Asked: Chris Lumsden, Last Updated:

Al., 2007; Sorenson et. al., 2012). The reason the rusty crayfish has invaded multiple places in the US and Canada is its two methods of movement; human-mediated jump dispersal for transport followed by natural movement through streams for spread.

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    DON'T EAT DORY. The Paracanthurus hepatus has poisonous flesh. Eating it may cause ciguatera, a foodborne illness passed on by certain reef fish that have toxins in its flesh. If you happened to accidentally ingest one, it probably wouldn't kill you—but you'd likely come down with a bad case of diarrhea.

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    Carp actually have teeth. They are called pharyngeal teeth and are located deep down at the back of the carp's throat. The fish use them to both mechanically chew and crush their food.

  • Is Dory fish from Vietnam safe to eat?

    Pangasius or "dory" fish which is cheaper use to scam customer as Giant Snakehead which is more expensive. Others restaurant says they use better white fish but actually it is cheap Pangasius. After skimming through the video... Vietnam says it is safe because now they're bred safely with high hygiene standards.

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    Albacore is a better source of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids than other tunas, a healthier choice that is good for one's heart and even fights certain types of cancer.

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    Omega-3s may help lower your risk of heart disease and stroke. These healthy fats are being added to everything from eggs to peanut butter. You can also get them naturally in fish, including salmon and tuna.

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  • Is Steak healthier than fried fish?

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    Mar 2020317.64-14.16 %

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