This Cardinal Fish fry uses its sense of smell to find its home reef. Photo: Gabriele Gerlach
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IF PEOPLE could hear as well as fish do, says Mark Meekan, we would not need telephones. "I could call my wife at home by leaning out the window and giving her a hoy," the fish biologist from the Australian Institute of Marine Science said yesterday. Dr Meekan is part of a team of scientists exploring something virtually unknown little more than a decade ago: the amazing sensory skills of fish, smaller than a person's finger, that inhabit Australia's coral reefs. After being born on a reef, infant fish are swept by tides and currents far out to sea, sometimes hundreds of kilometers. A month or two later, they somehow make their way back. Click here to read the entire story.
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