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60 More Fun Facts About Fish for 2016
It's hard to believe, but 2016 is almost halfway over now. I guess time flies when you're having fun or eating fish - we hope you've been doing plenty of both! Anyway, today we're going to share with you sixty more interesting facts about fish and other marine animals. We'll be focusing on facts about lobsters, facts about jellyfish, facts about rays, facts about cod, facts about sponges, facts about mussels, facts about eels & more.
1. Times have really changed for lobsters. Now considered a high delicacy, they were once the food of paupers and referred to as "the poor man's chicken".
2. Due to a naturally occurring pigment, all lobsters appear red when cooked. However, they can sport many different colors beforehand. Most are brown, but rare other examples include blue, green, yellow and even white.
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