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Thursday, May 15, 2008

Cool Enough for this School?

The latest study shows that fish are picky when it comes to choosing friends, just like us. Fish reportedly prefer buddies from their own "neighborhood" and use their senses, like sight and smell, to make and pick their posse. Think Dory and Marlin from Finding Nemo would have been pals in the real world? Possibly, though Oscar and Lenny from Shark Tale may be stretching science a bit. (kzone)



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