Read this article to explore America’s favorite pets, including cats, dogs, fish, reptiles, and nontraditional pets. Learn the reasons behind their popularity and discover the trends in pet ownership that have emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This article explores the various methods used to estimate the total number of fish species in the world, as well as the impact of climate change, overfishing, pollution and other human activities on fish populations. It also examines the importance of aquaculture for fish conservation.
This article examines the number of bones in different animals, exploring why some species have more than others. It compares the anatomy of mammals, reptiles, fish, and birds to determine which animal has the most bones.
Learn how to cook a delicious and nutritious whole salmon fillet with this step-by-step guide. Get professional tips from a chef and advice from a food worker on what it takes to make the perfect meal.
Freezing fish is a great way to preserve its freshness and extend its shelf life. Learn how to properly store and freeze fish to maximize its longevity and ensure it remains safe to eat.
This article provides an overview of Vitamin D as well as five foods high in Vitamin D for optimal health. It also explores the benefits of Vitamin D and how to get enough of it through diet alone.
This article provides an overview of global fish populations and explores how human activity is impacting them. It examines popular fishing destinations, the different types of marine ecosystems, commercial and recreational fishing, overfishing, and the role of aquaculture in sustainable fisheries.
Learn how to skin a salmon with this comprehensive guide. We cover the basics of preparation, step-by-step instructions, tips & tricks, and mastering the art of skinning salmon.
This article explores the different types of fish and dives into the depths to discover what the biggest fish in the world is. Learn about the whale shark, basking shark, giant oarfish, beluga sturgeon, colossal squid, and more.