Tag Archives: Sharks

Small Fish/Big Pond Sunday

In which we explore happenings in the hydro- and blogospheres. 1) Most ocean enthusiasts know all about the lionfish invasion that currently plagues America’s eastern seaboard and the Caribbean. Lionfish, introduced to the Eastern hemisphere by aquarium traders in the … Continue reading

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Why Do Humans Eat So Many Sea Bass?

“Wild fish did not come into this world just to be our food,” Paul Greenberg writes toward the end of his book Four Fish.  “They came into this world to pursue their own individual destinies.” Yet the way in which … Continue reading

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Deep Blue Something: An Introduction to Diving at Sipadan Island

Sipadan Island juts from the floor of the Celebes Sea like a sudden pulse of activity on a seismograph.  An hour by boat from the east coast of Sabah, Malaysia, Sipadan is an innocuous island – lots of sand, lots … Continue reading

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