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Where do fish go at night?

Asked: Justin Hokanson, Last Updated:

How do fish know when it's bedtime? It's pretty easy to tell when fish are sleeping: they lie motionless, often at the bottom or near the surface of the water. They are slow to respond to things going on around them, or may not respond at all (see some sleeping catfish here).

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  • Are oysters and mussels the same thing?

    Oysters vs Mussels The difference between oysters and mussels is that oysters have rough, dull, and hard shells that are covered in barnacles while mussels have smooth, purplish-black shells that are oblong shaped and have elongated ends. The shell of an oyster is generally oval-shaped.

  • How do you pan fry salmon without burning it?

    Heat the oil in a 12-inch nonstick skillet over medium-high heat until hot and shimmering. Cook the salmon, without moving, skin side up, until golden and crisp, about 4 minutes. Carefully flip the fillets and reduce the heat to medium. Continue cooking until done to your liking, 4 to 5 minutes more.

  • Is it better to fish in the sun or shade?

    Just as too much sunlight is bad for fish, too much shade is equally so. The most ideal ponds are those which have some areas reserved for sunlight, while others which are reserved for shade. This will give the pond a balanced temperature which will make your fish healthy and happy.

  • How many days can you keep steamed shrimp?

    3 to 4 days Properly stored, cooked shrimp will last for 3 to 4 days in the refrigerator. To further extend the shelf life of cooked shrimp, freeze it; freeze in covered airtight containers or heavy-duty freezer bags, or wrap tightly with heavy-duty aluminum foil or freezer wrap.

  • Do crayfish bite humans?

    Bite. The bite of a crayfish is not very painful, although you will feel a little sting. However, if it is a particularly large crayfish, the bite may sting a bit more. There is a particular method to pick them up by grabbing their body in the midsection so that they can neither bite nor escape.

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  • Does all salmon have mercury?

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  • Why should you not eat catfish?

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  • How do you cook smoked fish bangus?

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  • How long is frozen fish good for past expiration date?

    Smoked fish can last for three to six months in the freezer, and commercially frozen fish will keep for 10 to 12 months if it doesn't thaw. Additionally, unopened canned fish (such as tuna) can keep for between two and five years past its printed date.

  • What is fancy tiger shrimp?

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  • Do clownfish eat their babies?

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  • How big of a fish can you catch on 30Lb braid?

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  • How do you rig a catfish in a river?

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  • What does the Japanese flying squid eat?

    However, the planktonic larvae are believed to feed on phytoplankton and zooplankton until they grow large enough to begin feeding on fish. When the squid mature more, they will eat mainly fish and crustaceans, but will also resort to cannibalism, especially when trapped in nets together.

  • Should you Coat fish in flour?

    Coating fish with flour before cooking enhances its naturally delicate texture by creating a crispy golden-brown outer crust while retaining its inner flakiness. Used most often when pan-frying, the flour coating adds flavor and helps to seal in juices.

  • Can I freeze Spanish mackerel?

    Most fish will keep satisfactorily in the freezer for up to six months. Spanish mackerel, though, is one that doesn't freeze well. Its bones tend to make it mushy. ... Thawing: Frozen whole fish, over half a pound, should be thawed before cooking.

  • Why are fish dying in NJ?

    OCEANPORT, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Thousands of dead fish have been spotted belly up in Monmouth County waters, and environmental officials believe a bacteria is to blame. ... It's attributed to a vibrio bacteria infection,” said Swarna Muthukrishnan a staff scientist with Clean Ocean Action.

  • Can you have just one pictus catfish?

    It isn't uncommon for people to keep Pictus Catfish as a single specimen; they will survive on their own with no problem. However most people who keep them, do so in a shoal, as they are a shoaling species by nature.

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    There's not a big difference between sardines and herring. ... When they're young and small, these fish are called sardines. When they get older and bigger, they're called herring.

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