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Choose from 24 pictures in our Fisheries collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


European brook lamprey, Lampetra planeri, mouth detail. They live in clear, well-oxygenated brooks. Date: 25-Dec-14
European brook lamprey, Lampetra planeri, mouth detail. They live in clear, well-oxygenated brooks. Date: 25-Dec-14
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Eastern mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki. Mature female eating mosquito larvae at surface. Introduce Date: 26-Nov-19
Eastern mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki. Mature female eating mosquito larvae at surface. Introduce Date: 26-Nov-19
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European river lamprey, Lampetra fluviatilis. Mouth detail. Is found in coastal waters around almost Date: 15-Dec-18
European river lamprey, Lampetra fluviatilis. Mouth detail. Is found in coastal waters around almost Date: 15-Dec-18
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Common carp, Cyprinus carpio. Widespread freshwater fish of eutrophic waters in lakes and large rive Date: 14-Nov-15
Common carp, Cyprinus carpio. Widespread freshwater fish of eutrophic waters in lakes and large rive Date: 14-Nov-15
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Tinfoil barb, Barbonymus schwanenfeldii. From Mekong and Chao Phraya basins, Malay Peninsula, Sumatr Date: 24-Nov-19
Tinfoil barb, Barbonymus schwanenfeldii. From Mekong and Chao Phraya basins, Malay Peninsula, Sumatr Date: 24-Nov-19
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American eel, Anguilla rostrata. Occurs in streams, rivers, muddy or silt-bottomed lakes usually in Date: 24-Nov-19
American eel, Anguilla rostrata. Occurs in streams, rivers, muddy or silt-bottomed lakes usually in Date: 24-Nov-19
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European eel, Anguilla anguilla. Inhabits all types of habitats from streams to shores of large rive Date: 21-Nov-19
European eel, Anguilla anguilla. Inhabits all types of habitats from streams to shores of large rive Date: 21-Nov-19
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Brown bullhead catfish, Ameiurus nebulosus, guarding offspring. They live between six and eight year Date: 21-Nov-19
Brown bullhead catfish, Ameiurus nebulosus, guarding offspring. They live between six and eight year Date: 21-Nov-19
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Barbled plunderfish, Artedidraco shackletoni. The Artedidraconidae, are endemic to the continental s Date: 15-Nov-19
Barbled plunderfish, Artedidraco shackletoni. The Artedidraconidae, are endemic to the continental s Date: 15-Nov-19
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Antarctic butterfish or Bluenose warehou, Hyperoglyphe antarctica. They can grow to 1.4 m in length Date: 22-Nov-19
Antarctic butterfish or Bluenose warehou, Hyperoglyphe antarctica. They can grow to 1.4 m in length Date: 22-Nov-19
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Sharp-spined notothenia, Trematomus pennellii. He lives between 0 and 700 m deep. Adults live on sea Date: 21-Nov-19
Sharp-spined notothenia, Trematomus pennellii. He lives between 0 and 700 m deep. Adults live on sea Date: 21-Nov-19
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Acanthodraco dewitti. Is a species of Antarctic dragonfish native to the Southern Ocean including th Date: 18-Sep-15
Acanthodraco dewitti. Is a species of Antarctic dragonfish native to the Southern Ocean including th Date: 18-Sep-15
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Acanthodraco dewitti. Is a species of Antarctic dragonfish native to the Southern Ocean including th Date: 18-Sep-15 Featured Image

Acanthodraco dewitti. Is a species of Antarctic dragonfish native to the Southern Ocean including th Date: 18-Sep-15

Blackfin icefish, Chaenocephalus aceratus, swimming close to seabed. Unlike other vertebrates, fish of the Antarctic icefish family (Channichthyidae) do not use haemoglobin to transport oxygen around their bodies; instead, the small amount of oxygen that simply dissolves in blood plasma is utilized. Has totally transparent blood like clear water. It fails to express the major adult α-globin, α1, due to the same 5 truncation of the gene, and have lost the β-globin gene entirely. It is believed they benefit from loss of reliance on haemoglobin-containing erythrocytes for oxygen transport by having less viscous, more easily pumped blood. They compensate for this loss by having lower metabolic rates, larger gills, scaleless skin that can contribute more to gas exchange, wider capillaries and significantly increased blood volume and cardiac output. From Antarctic Peninsula. The ocean temperature in these regions usually remains within a few degrees of the freezing point of seawater, -2 °C (28 °F). Consequently, the blackfin icefish is a stenothermal ectotherm, meaning it has a narrow thermal tolerance range and a low upper thermal limit. The Southern Ocean has a high oxygen content, which allows the blackfin icefish to survive without haemoglobin

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Bald notothen or bald rockcod, Pagothenia borchgrevinki, swimming close to surface. Is often found a Date: 16-Nov-19
Bald notothen or bald rockcod, Pagothenia borchgrevinki, swimming close to surface. Is often found a Date: 16-Nov-19
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Jonah's icefish, Neopagetopsis ionah, swimming under ice. Unlike other vertebrates
Jonah's icefish, Neopagetopsis ionah, swimming under ice. Unlike other vertebrates
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Mackerel icefish, Champsocephalus gunnari, swimming under ice. Unlike other vertebrates, fish of the Date: 17-Nov-19
Mackerel icefish, Champsocephalus gunnari, swimming under ice. Unlike other vertebrates, fish of the Date: 17-Nov-19
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Fishing caught mackerel
Fishing caught mackerel
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Fishing trawl catch on fishing boat deck
Fishing trawl catch on fishing boat deck
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Fishing trawl net opening on fishing boat deck
Fishing trawl net opening on fishing boat deck
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Swimming Crab
Swimming Crab
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Male Atlantic salmon caught in net for a hatchery
Male Atlantic salmon caught in net for a hatchery
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Atlantic Salmon - wild female - caught in net during
Atlantic Salmon - wild female - caught in net during
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National Fisheries Museum
National Fisheries Museum
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Ploughfish, Gymnodraco acuticeps. Is a species of Antarctic dragonfish found at depths of from 0 to Date: 16-Nov-19
Ploughfish, Gymnodraco acuticeps. Is a species of Antarctic dragonfish found at depths of from 0 to Date: 16-Nov-19
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Blackfin icefish, Chaenocephalus aceratus, swimming under ice. Unlike other vertebrates, fish of the Date: 14-Nov-19
Blackfin icefish, Chaenocephalus aceratus, swimming under ice. Unlike other vertebrates, fish of the Date: 14-Nov-19
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Blackfin icefish, Chaenocephalus aceratus, swimming under ice. Unlike other vertebrates, fish of the Date: 14-Nov-19 Featured Image

Blackfin icefish, Chaenocephalus aceratus, swimming under ice. Unlike other vertebrates, fish of the Date: 14-Nov-19

Electric eel, Electrophorus electricus. Concept image. The electric eel has three pairs of abdominal organs that produce electricity for lethal discharges that allow them to stun prey. In the electric eel, some 5,000 to 6,000 stacked electroplaques can make a shock up to 860 volts and up to 1 ampere of current. This level of current is reportedly enough to produce a brief and painful numbing shock likened to a stun gun discharge, which due to the voltage can be felt for some distance from the fish; this is a common risk for aquarium caretakers and biologists attempting to handle or examine electric eels. Electric eels use electricity in multiple ways. Low voltages are used to sense the surrounding environment. High voltages are used to detect prey and, separately, stun them. Pairs of high voltage pulses separated by 2 milliseconds are used to detect and locate prey by causing them to twitch involuntarily; the electric eel senses this movement. A string of high voltage pulses at up to 400 per second are then used to attack and stun or paralyze the target, at which point the electric eel applies a suction-feeding bite. Researchers argue artificial cells could be built that not only replicate the electrical behavior of electric eel cells, but also improve on them. Artificial versions of the eel's electricity-generating cells could be developed as a power source for medical implants and other microscopic devices. From Amazonas river

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