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     For the September 13, 2006 Pet Fish Talk Show.
     
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Fish in the News. Each week the Bailey Brothers start the Pet Fish Talk Show with some fun and interesting stories about fish in the news.
 
Stylish Aquariums Make Themselves at Home.
Perhaps the decorating craze was sparked by those creative home design TV shows - in one "While You Were Out" episode, a homeowner returned to find a partial wall with a built-in aquarium installed at the foot of his bed. In any case, manufacturers recognize the demand for setups similar to those in doctor's offices or restaurants. James Mirgoli, whose company HydroConcepts (hydroconcepts.net), designs, installs and services saltwater aquariums, said, "I'm seeing more and more folks turn off the television and making an aquarium the main focal point in their living rooms. They would rather their children watch living organisms and learn about ecosystems than just watch TV ..." Click here to read the entire story.
 
 
A Yellow Tang making itself at home in a home aquarium. Photo from the Citizen Times.   Here's a Yellow Tang making itself at home in a home aquarium. Photo from the Citizen Times.
 
 
   
Cownose Ray in the Georgia Aquarium, where several similar Rays have been eaten by Sharks. Photo by Joy Johnston.   Cownose Ray in the Georgia Aquarium, where several similar Rays have been eaten by Sharks. Photo by Joy Johnston.
 
 
   
This goldfish lives in the pond at the Royal Museum of Scotland and recently had eye surgery.   This goldfish lives in the pond at the Royal Museum of Scotland and recently had eye surgery.
 
 
Classrooms Can Get Hooked on Trout.
Brian Cowden set a goal about a year ago, when he was named Trout Unlimited's first "Trout in the Classroom" coordinator for New Jersey: He wanted to convince a few teachers about the educational benefits of students raising brook trout in classrooms. Cowden says, "Kids are genuinely interested because they're raising animals, they're raising trout from eggs," he said. "And while they're doing it, they're learning all about why trout are harbingers of clean water." Click here to read more.
 
Hammerhead Sharks Eat Rays in the Georgia Aquarium. 
Great hammerhead sharks in the Georgia Aquarium's 6.2 million-gallon Ocean Voyager tank have been dining on the elegantly winged Cownose Rays that swim by in huge, eye-popping schools. And that gluttony may have led to the recent demise of one of the ray-gobbling predators. "Anytime you put an ecosystem together you're going to see the natural behavior,'' said Tim Binder, the aquarium's director of husbandry. ``We try to reduce predation to a large extent. If we weren't feeding these animals, they'd be hunting a lot more than they are." Binder estimated that ''fewer than 10'' of the aquarium's 321 Cownose Rays have become a hammerhead snack, but no one is sure of the precise number. Visitors have witnessed some of the attacks, and others have been noted by aquarium staffers. Click here to read this story.
 
Poison-Spined Fish from Asia have invaded U.S. Waters.
With striking red, black, and white stripes decorating its body, fins, and some dozen spines along its head, back, and sides, the red lionfish is at once beautiful and frightening. The football-shaped fish can grow up to 18 inches long and is poisonous to the touch. At smaller sizes, this subtropical fish from Asia is extremely popular for hobbyists with saltwater aquariums, but the red lionfish is a major worry to government biologists charged with protecting native species in the wild. Click here to read the entire story.
 
Fish in the Dark Still Size Up Mates.
Female fish living in a cave still prefer a mate with a nice, big body, even though it's too dark to see him. In plenty of species, females choose large males, so that preference in the Atlantic Mollie (Poecilia mexicana) comes as no surprise. What interested Martin Plath of Hamburg University in Germany and his colleagues was what happens when muffles adapt to life in a pitch-black cave. The researchers collected Atlantic mollies from water in a cave, at the cave entrance, and in a portion of the river outside of the cave. Researchers raised offspring of these fish for lab tests. Females then got a chance to evaluate two males, one larger than the other. Click here to read this story.
 
Surroundings Can Cause Fish to Change Gender.
James Cook University scientists have found that tropical fish can choose their gender depending on their surroundings. Dr Philip Mundey says the bluehead wrasse will consider its social environment before deciding on whether to be male or female. He says scientists have known for a while that fish can change sex, but now they are beginning to understand why. Click here to read more.
 
Scottish Goldfish has Cosmetic Surgery.
A goldfish on show at a museum has undergone cosmetic surgery after visitors said it looked ugly. The fish, which lives in a pond at the Royal Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh, went under the knife to remove an unsightly cyst from its eye. Although the growth was harmless, some visitors had expressed concern about the creature's appearance. Click here to read this story.
 
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