I'd have thought having a fish talk would be newsworthy in it's own right, let alone having a "stance".
'Tough' mackerel stance welcomed after talks (BBC)
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Just today at work someone was asking why no fish has evolved to be upside down, and I was stumped. I know that at least one flat fish has eyes on top and bottom and a mouth on 'sideways', but is there an upside down fish?
There's a jellyfish that swims upside down, wittily called the "Upside Down Jellyfish", and I've seen something in an aquarium that does the same - can't remember the name, though.
Aren't all fish upside down?
(the real answer is gravity)
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