Trout Appear to Get Hooked on Meth
Trout Appear to Get Hooked on Meth
After eight weeks of exposure to ecologically plausible levels of methamphetamines, the fish tended to prefer meth-laced water over water without the drug.
Trout Appear to Get Hooked on Meth
Trout Appear to Get Hooked on Meth

After eight weeks of exposure to ecologically plausible levels of methamphetamines, the fish tended to prefer meth-laced water over water without the drug.

After eight weeks of exposure to ecologically plausible levels of methamphetamines, the fish tended to prefer meth-laced water over water without the drug.

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Spotted Seatrout Continued to Spawn During and After Hurricane Harvey
Spotted Seatrout Continued to Spawn During and After Hurricane Harvey
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Researchers recovered audio recordings of the fish’s mating calls in the eye of the storm.
Rock Snot Explained
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An increasingly common algal growth, found in rivers the world over, is caused by changing environmental conditions, not accidental introductions.
Genome Digest
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GM Salmon and Wild Fish Can Reproduce
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