Fish sound

the air bladder of certain fishes, esp. those that are dried and used as food, or in the arts, as for the preparation of isinglass.
- Knight.

See also: Fish

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Radioactive fish sound more threatening than a dock float, but the reverse is the case.
Associations with moon phase and fish sound production have been reported (Breder, 1968; Gilmore, 2003; Mann et al,.
Fish sounds don't have the wavering melodic intrigue of whale songs.
We are looking not just at marine mammal sounds, but also fish sounds, boat noise, and more.
marine biologists said that recordings of fish sounds 2,237 feet below the North Atlantic surface can shed new light on deep-sea life and ecosystems, UPI reported.
Additionally, the EARs revealed many varying fish sounds at all locations, which can lead to important information for long-term monitoring.
But as impressive as 30,000 fish sounds, it's barely a baby step for the Web site.
Fish is usually eaten on the eve of Chinese New Year as the Cantonese pronunciation of fish sounds like "more than enough", or "extra".
Topics include the diverse sound-generating mechanisms in fishes, evolutionary trends in swim bladder sound mechanisms, propagation of fish sounds, agonistic behavior and acoustic communication, reproductive behavior and acoustic interactions, detection, hydromechanical communication, olfactory systems, and public chemical information in anti-predator behavior.
And on, as the fish sounds, or dives, several times after being brought to the surface.
Although training fish sounds bizarre, Culum's work has a serious side, in that it's geared towards helping boost our dwindling fish stocks in the wild.
The fish sounds and Itskovich works him back to the surface.