An appreciation of the Sawfish, one of Earth's most threatened fish


6 Responses to “An appreciation of the Sawfish, one of Earth's most threatened fish”

  1. Christopher says:

    Anthropogenic climate change, overfishing, pollution…this is why we can’t have nice things.

  2. Slartibartfatsdomino says:

    “The sawfish lifestyle puts this both their size and saw near humans.”

    I can’t parse this sentence. 

    [edit] So, I went over to where the original quote was and asked the author what the hell this sentence meant. He deleted my comment, fixed the sentence, and made no note of the correction.

    Typical Internet etiquette, I believe, should be to leave my comment, thank me for pointing out the error, and then fix it (although the thanks and the fix can be switched in sequence). Dr. M at Deep Sea News earns one (1) Internet Douchebag Point*, in my books.

    * It takes many more that one (1) Internet Douchebag Point to be officially declared an Internet Douchebag.

  3. I don’t think it’s right that Big Science is pushing the Sawtooth Fish Agenda on us.

  4. LogrusZed says:

    I blame Giligan and Fred Flintstone.

  5. waetherman says:

    “…one of earth’s most threatening fish.”

    There, I fixed it for you.

  6. Beanolini says:

    I found one of these down the back of the radiator in my living room. Well, the saw part, anyway. By far the most interesting thing the previous occupants left us.

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