From the archives: things you're afraid to ask about digestion.
If cultured fish is fed with wild stock, are we doing more harm than good when we buy fresh from the farm?
There were rumors that the African tigerfish could catch and eat flying birds, but it hadn't been proven until now.
How fish adapt to a warming world is top of mind for governments eager to profit off of a robust fishing industry. Will climate change rule in their favor?
It turns out that women who feel bad about their bodies don't feel happier after they binge their way through an entire box of donuts. Who knew?
A new biodegradable film made out of casein is being researched
You can test your fish schooling smarts, too.
An ode to the mighty stomach.
A recent article in the New York Times Magazine delves into the science of junk-food craving.
A visual tone poem that will move you
Plus a heaping portion of decayed wood for fiber.
Is the fish's deadly rep justified?
The fish's jaw is similar to that of a bulldog.
Interviews with doctors suggest the Lone Star tick, and the allergy to sugars in red meat that it can cause, is on the rise.
How to scale a slippery 300-ft rock wall in the middle of a waterfall
Some blenny fish spend nearly their entire lives out of the water
The science shows that fish use tools, feel pain, have long memories, and deserve better treatment from us.
And other visions of the future
DNA testing of retail seafood finds that fish fraud is rampant around the nation.
Good ol' meat and potatoes. Without the potatoes.
A marine scientist plans to use mackerel as surrogate parents for Pacific bluefin tuna
Featuring a snake whose centipede dinner tried to claw out of its body and other… interesting examples