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Images Dated 15th January 2020

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Great white shark, Carcharodon carcharias, following kayak. Increasingly, people and sharks come int Date: 12-Jan-20 Featured 15 Jan 2020 Image

Great white shark, Carcharodon carcharias, following kayak. Increasingly, people and sharks come int Date: 12-Jan-20

Eastern mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki. Mature female eating mosquito larvae at surface. Introduced worldwide in tropical and subtropical countries. North America: Atlantic and Gulf Slope drainages from New Jersey south to Alabama in USA. Established throughout southern Europe Introduced for mosquito control. Voracious appetite for natural invertebrate and mosquito larvae. Potential pest. Have become an invasive species in Australia. Eastern mosquitofish were introduced into New South Wales in the 1920s to control mosquitoes, but provided no further benefit over small Australian native fish. Further, they cause harm to native species which have an aquatic larval stage. They are aggressive, fin-nipping harassers of other fish, and pose a serious threat to native Australian fish and aquatic fauna. Negative impacts on rainbowfish species and at least one frog species have been documented. Several rainbowfish populations appear to have become extinct due to the impacts of introduced Gambusia. Compounding the issue, Eastern mosquitofish have the ability to thrive in many different environmental conditions which are usually lethal to other fish species. Aquarium

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Sea trout, Salmo trutta, on Z&, xea;zere river, Portugal. Found in streams, ponds, rivers and lakes. Date: 12-Jan-20 Featured 15 Jan 2020 Image

Sea trout, Salmo trutta, on Z&, xea;zere river, Portugal. Found in streams, ponds, rivers and lakes. Date: 12-Jan-20

Brown bullhead catfish, Ameiurus nebulosus, guarding offspring. They live between six and eight years (but have been recorded as old as fifteen in captivity), and spawn between April and June. The females lay eggs in dark shallow locations like under rocks and inside logs, and nests are primarily created by the females. The eggs are protected by both the males and the females who additionally will guard their offspring for a while following their hatching. Parents care for their offspring for five days. Adults, male and female, will reach sexual maturity around age three and in their lifetime can produce between 10 and 10, 000 offspring. The fish has been introduced into many European countries where is considered as an invasive species. Spain

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A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare, chromolithograph, published 1899 Featured 15 Jan 2020 Image

A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare, chromolithograph, published 1899

A Midsummer Night's Dream, a comedy written by William Shakespeare in 1595/96. The play is one of Shakespeare's most popular works for the stage and is widely performed across the world. Chromolithograph, published in 1899

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