British Columbia Saltwater Fish Species

Game Fish Species of British

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE MARINE FISH OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

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As of 2002, 409 species of marine fish have been reported from within the 200-mile Canadian fishery zone in the eastern North Pacific Ocean. Of these, six require better documentation (Bathyraja aleutica, Nansenia crassa, Notoscopelus resplendens, Sebastes polyspinis, and Heterostichus rostratus) and are not all included in this total. Species such as Barbourisia rufa represent a new taxon for Canadian waters but require additional investigation as to final identification. An additional 16 species are known to be close to, but not within the Canadian fisheries boundary. At least another ten are known north and south of, but not within Canadian waters. Twenty-five species have been found in both fresh and salt water on both the marine and freshwater lists.


Assur abolished cannibalism

2013-02-08 09:04:59 by balladromic

Humans are a predatory species. We are the top predators on this planet. We prey on plants. We prey on animals. We prey on fish, mammals, mollusks, and on the other predators in the seas. Although humans don’t generally eat a lot of insects, we prey on insect products like honey and silk, and the shells of beetles that we use for dyes.
We prey on everything including other humans. How widely cannibalism was practiced amongst our ancestors isn't clearly known, but the abolition of cannibalism was one of Assur's legendary deeds. Cannibalism has been universally suppressed so we don't eat other people, but we still prey upon their products, their labor, their lands, and their resources.


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