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77,762.  I’ve never really wanted to go to Japan.  Simply because I don’t like eating fish.  (Japan & Fish)  Britney Spears

 

 

122,906.  Pufferfish: its internal organs contain one of the most potent neurotoxins ever discovered: it is the TTX in the pufferfish which induces a total body flaccid paralysis, almost indistinguishable from death.  (Zombies & Haiti & Drugs & Fish)  Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia: Investigating the Haitian Zombie, Vice 2012

 

 

122,976.  A ray of compounds that alter consciousness … This is the story of the dream fish.  (Drugs & Fish & Psychedelics)  Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia: Fish n Trips

 

122,977.  I’m off the coast of Miami Florida … the sponge … host to a fascinating compound … the only known psychedelic to have been isolated from the ocean and only the ocean.  (Drugs & Fish & Psychedelics)  ibid.

 

122,978.  Reported cases around the world of fish causing vivid hallucinations.  (Drugs & Fish & Psychedelics)  ibid.

 

 

92,781.  A man may fish with the worm that hath eat of a king, and eat of the fish that hath fed of that worm.  (Worm & Eat & Fish)  William Shakespeare, Hamlet IV iii 27-28

 

 

4,598.  What have we here, a man or a fish?  Dead or alive? – A fish, he smells like a fish; a very ancient and fish-like smell … There would this monster make a man.  Any strange beast there makes a man.  (Man & Fish & Monster)  William Shakespeare, The Tempest II ii @24, Trinculo

 

 

52,373.  Third Fisherman: Master, I marvel how the fishes live in the sea.

 

First Fisherman: Why, as men do a-land: the great ones eat up the little ones.  William Shakespeare, Perecles II i 26

 

 

5,631.  The sensory world of the catfish is a remarkable one.  Its map of the universe is built from the thousands of chemicals it can detect in the water.  (Life & Fish)  Professor Brian Cox, Wonders of Life II: Expanding Universe, BBC 2013

 

 

22,457.  I promised that I would tell you why I never eat fish.  (GBH Films & Fish)  The King of Marvin Gardens 1972 starring Jack Nicholson & Bruce Dern & Ellen Burstyn & Julia Anne Robinson & Scatman Crothers & Charles Lavine et al, director Bob Rafelson, opening monologue

 

22,458.  The breadcrumbs only helped to conceal bones.  When the inevitable coughing began, my brother and I just sat and looked at each other not moving.  Grandfather’s eyes got wide.  His face became contorted and red, his arms flailing about.  (GBH Films & Fish)  ibid.

 

 

23,689.  The message was this: so long and thanks for all the fish.  (Science Fiction Films & Fish)  The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy 2005 starring Martin Freeman & Sam Rockwell & Mos Def & Zooey Deschanel & Bill Nighy & Warwick Davis & Anna Chanccellor & John Malkovich & Kelly Macdonald et al, director Garth Jennings; see also novel Douglas Adams, commentary

 

 

30,777.  You see, Baldrick, when I was a baby I was savaged by a turbot.  (England & Elizabeth & Fish)  Blackadder II: Potato, Percy, BBC 1986

 

 

32,846.  I know the human being and fish can coexist peacefully.  (Bush & Fish & Existence)  George W Bush

 

 

48,644.  This island is made mainly of coal and surrounded by fish.  Only an organizing genius could produce a shortage of coal and fish at the same time.  (Coal & Fish)  Aneurin Bevan

 

 

51,448.  They keep saying that sea levels are rising an’ all this.  It’s nowt to do with the icebergs melting, it’s because there’s too many fish in it.  Get rid of some of the fish and the water will drop.  Simple.  Basic science.  (Climate Science & Sea & Fish)  Karl Pilkington

 

 

51,500.  Once there were brook trout in the streams in the mountains.  You could see them standing in the amber current where the white edges of their fins wimpled softly in the flow.  They smelled of moss in your hand.  Polished and muscular and torsional.  On their backs were vermiculate patterns that were maps of the world in its becoming.  Maps and mazes.  Of a thing which could not be put back.  Not be made right again.  In the deep glens where they lived all things were older than man and they hummed of mystery.  (Environment & Mountains & Fish & Nature)  Cormac McCarthy, The Road

 

 

51,712.  Life began in the sea.  (Animals & Life & Sea & Ocean)  David Attenborough, Life on Earth V: Conquest of the Waters, BBC 1979  

 

51,713.  A number of different ways of propelling themselves through the water.  (Animals & Sea & Ocean & Fish)  ibid.

 

51,715.  The Ray has flattened its body to an extreme degree.  (Animals & Sea & Ocean & Fish)  ibid.

 

51,717.  Open water fish often form vast shoals.  (Animals & Sea & Ocean & Fish)  ibid.

 

51,718.  Many species have never been filmed.  (Animals & Sea & Ocean & Fish & Species)  ibid.

 

51,719.  Salmon … a paragon among fish.  (Animals & Sea & Ocean & Fish)  ibid.

 

 

51,720.  350 million years ago … the fish began to haul themselves on to the land.  (Animals & Evolution & Fish)  David Attenborough, Life on Earth VI: Invasion of the Land, BBC 2006

 

 

52,387.  They developed originally from simple sea creatures, perhaps not unlike these – sea squirts.  (Fish & Animals)  David Attenborough, Life On Earth (revised series)  Fish, Birds & Reptiles

 

52,388.  Bony fish now live in almost all parts of the ocean as well as in fresh water.  (Fish & Animals)  ibid.

 

52,389.  Water is eight hundred times more dense than air.  (Fish & Water & Animals)  ibid.

 

63,279.  Some of them did regularly get out on to land.  Whatever the reason for this move they evolved into the first amphibians.  (Amphibian & Fish & Frog)  ibid.

 

 

52,610.  The salmon have arrived.  This is the world’s largest freshwater fish migration.  Across the northern hemisphere salmon returning from the ocean to their spawning grounds battle their way for hundreds of miles upstream.  (Animals & Earth & Fish)  David Attenborough, Planet Earth e3: Freshwater, BBC 2006

 

52,611.  Piranha can strip a fish to the bone in minutes.  (Animals & Earth & Fish)  ibid.

 

 

52,641.  The Great White – the largest predatory fish on the planet.  (Animals & Earth & Sea & Shark & Fish)  David Attenborough, Planet Earth e9: Shallow Seas

 

 

52,646.  The weirdest in this world of the strange: Vampyroteuthis – the vampire squid from hell.  (Animals & Earth & Ocean & Fish)  David Attenborough, Planet Earth e11: Ocean Deep

 

52,649.  The biggest of all fish, thirty tons in weight, twelve metres long.  A whale shark.  Its huge bulk is sustained by mere microscopic creatures of the sea: plankton.  (Animals & Earth & Ocean & Fish)  ibid.

 

 

51,776.  The shrimp and the gobi [fish] .. The blind landlord provides the accommodation and the tenant provides a guidance service.  (Animals & Fish)  David Attenborough, The Trials of Life VII: Living Together, BBC 1990

 

 

51,856.  This is a lungfish.  It pumps itself along the river bottom using two pairs of fleshy muscular fins placed low on its body.  (Animals & Fish & Amphibians)  David Attenborough, Life in Cold Blood II: Land Invaders, BBC 2008

 

 

52,560.  Bottlenose dolphins: and they are on a mission – a mission to catch fish ... The dolphins have a plan.  They have learnt to corral the fish by working as a team ... This behaviour is unique to the dolphins of Florida Bay.  (Animals & Hunting & Dolphin & Fish & Mammals)  David Attenborough, Life s1e7: Hunters and Hunted, BBC 2009

 

52,561.  A brown bear.  Here they grow larger than anywhere in the world.  Other bears have also gathered at the edge of the surf.  They’ve come here to fatten up for the winter.  They’re waiting for an event that happens just once a year: the salmon run.  (Animals & Hunting & Mammals & Bear & Fish)  ibid.

 

 

52,566.  Humboldt squid: two meters long they have a local reputation as man-eaters ... This is a pack of hundreds.  (Animals & Ocean & Sea & Fish)  David Attenborough, Life s1e8: Creatures of the Deep

 

52,567.  A swarm of one hundred thousand stinging jellyfish might seem a daunting prospect for a predator.  But not for this one.  A huge Fried Egg Jellyfish.  It is a killer.  Its weapons are harpoon-like cells that cover its tentacles.  (Animals & Ocean & Sea & Fish)  ibid.

 

52,569.  This cuttlefish is one of the cleverest animals in the ocean.  She has a very large brain.  In fact it’s larger for her size than that of most fish or reptiles ... Cuttlefish can make very dramatic changes to their skin pattern in order to signal their moods.  (Animals & Ocean & Sea & Fish)  ibid.

 

52,570.  The coastal waters of British Columbia: home to this four-metre long Pacific Giant Octopus.  She is a formidable predator.  (Animals & Ocean & Sea & Fish)  ibid.

 

52,571.  Out of the depths comes one of the largest and most aggressive star-fish in the ocean – Pycnopodia, a giant sea-star the size of a dustbin lid.  It’s a hunter.  (Animals & Ocean & Sea & Fish)  ibid.

 

 

51,960.  The largest fish in the world – the whale shark.  (Animals & Galapagos & Fish)  David Attenborough’s Galapagos: Adaptation, BBC 2013

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