Southwest Fisheries Science Center biologist Nick Wegner holds a captured opah, the first-ever warm-blooded fish..

Southwest Fisheries Science Center biologist Nick Wegner holds a captured opah, the first-ever warm-blooded fish..

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Every Warm Blooded, Whiskey Loving Male Should Know How To Properly Cook A Steak - Caveman Circus

Every Warm Blooded, Whiskey Loving Male Should Know How To Properly Cook A Steak - Caveman Circus

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Meet the first warm-blooded fish called the opah, or moonfish, living up to 305 meters (1,000 ft) under water. Pretty "cool" discovery. - Source: IFLScience

Meet the first warm-blooded fish called the opah, or moonfish, living up to 305 meters (1,000 ft) under water. Pretty "cool" discovery. - Source: IFLScience

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"The opah, or moonfish, is actually quite fast, and can run with the big boys like tuna and swordfish. That's just one of many surprising revelations coming to light as more of these mysterious fish appear unexpectedly in scientific surveys along the southern California coast.   Photographer captures stunning opah images.  Ralph Pace dives in with camera after rare catch (and release) off SoCal."

"The opah, or moonfish, is actually quite fast, and can run with the big boys like tuna and swordfish. That's just one of many surprising revelations coming to light as more of these mysterious fish appear unexpectedly in scientific surveys along the southern California coast. Photographer captures stunning opah images. Ralph Pace dives in with camera after rare catch (and release) off SoCal."

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I love this magazine cover. Completely wonderful and raunchy.
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Did you know that there is NO evidence that dinosaurs had feathers?  Fossil birds had feathers but land animal dinosaurs have feathers "implied" by evolutionary logic NOT fossil evidence.  Sure there are lots of Chinese bird fossils with feathers and perhaps (like modern day) animals like ostriches but sorry no feathers on reptiles...Feathers are desired to tell the tale of evolution & how cold blooded reptiles evolved into warm blooded birds. Keep feathers off dinosaurs!!!

Did you know that there is NO evidence that dinosaurs had feathers? Fossil birds had feathers but land animal dinosaurs have feathers "implied" by evolutionary logic NOT fossil evidence. Sure there are lots of Chinese bird fossils with feathers and perhaps (like modern day) animals like ostriches but sorry no feathers on reptiles...Feathers are desired to tell the tale of evolution & how cold blooded reptiles evolved into warm blooded birds. Keep feathers off dinosaurs!!!

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