A species of tropical fish has been shown to be able to distinguish between human faces. It is the first time fish have demonstrated this ability.
An extremely rare eyeless catfish species previously known to exist only in Mexico has been discovered in Texas.
In a new study, published in Science, researchers from Uppsala University found that larval fish exposed to microplastic particles during development displayed changed behaviors and stunted growth which lead to greatly increased ...
Fish species that are both economically and ecologically important in South America live mysterious lives.
Fish have evolved the ability to live on land many times, challenging the perception that this extreme lifestyle shift was likely to have been a rare occurrence in ancient times, new UNSW Australia research shows.
A common close partnership which sees baby fish sheltering from predators among the poisonous tentacles of jellyfish will be harmed under predicted ocean acidification, a new University of Adelaide study has found.
New research shines light on surprising numbers and evolutionary variety of bioluminescent ocean fish
A study appearing in the journal PLOS ONE this week shows that bioluminescence—the production of light from a living organism—is more widespread among marine fishes than previously understood.
Fish that are bred to be bolder or more shy show corresponding changes to their body shape and locomotion, suggesting that personality changes affect other seemingly unrelated traits. The findings could be useful in animal ...
Every mouthful of food we eat is teeming with chemical reactions. Adding ingredients and cooking helps us control these reactions and makes the food taste better and last longer. So what if we could target food at the molecular ...
The palette surgeonfish, or blue tang, is the star of Disney-Pixar's latest film Finding Dory—the much anticipated sequel to the 2003 blockbuster Finding Nemo.