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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A bubble trail that follows as the fish sound can be a giveaway for anglers sight fishing for them.
Time series from the acoustic monitoring of fish sound production, therefore, can be used as a proxy to document the timing and location of reproductive behavior (Locascio and Mann, 2008).
Radioactive fish sound more threatening than a dock float, but the reverse is the case.
Mellin makes a pile of fish sound like a building and hay stacks (pooks) too.
Associations with moon phase and fish sound production have been reported (Breder, 1968; Gilmore, 2003; Mann et al,.
In other words, scanning the fish sounds cool but actually adds little intellectual or emotional value.
The ability to correlate fish sounds with reef health could revolutionize how and how often we can monitor coral reefs.
Fish sounds don't have the wavering melodic intrigue of whale songs.
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.