shells

Via: Discovery
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A clever fish has figured out that if it produces sounds in an oyster shell, the noises will carry over long distances, according to new research. The study, published in The Journal of Experimental Biology, is just the latest to show that fish are far from being silent. Many can produce sounds by vibrating their swimbladders and, like a fishy form of Morse Code, they can create different meanings based on the sounds.
Via: Laughing Squid
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Completely impractical? Maybe. But this makes gardening WAY more intense, to say the least.

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