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Deep-sea fish use hydrothermal vents to incubate eggs

Phys.org - Mon 12 Feb 18

Some deep-sea skates—cartilaginous fish related to rays and sharks—use volcanic heat emitted at hydrothermal vents to incubate their eggs, according to a new study in the journal Scientific ...

Deep-sea fish use hydrothermal vents to incubate eggs, SpaceDaily - Thu 15 Feb 18
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This Deep-Sea Fish Lays Its Eggs in the Most Hellish Nursery on the Planet

Discover Magazine - Thu 8 Feb 18

The oceans are largely unexplored, but if you want to find something interesting, there's no better place to visit than a hydrothermal vent. Often marked by dark plumes gushing into frigid ...

Get your skates on! Shark relatives deliver surprises

Cosmos Magazine - Thu 8 Feb 18

Reports detail a skate that walks, and another that lays eggs near hydrothermal vents. Andrew Masterson reports.

Walking fish suggests locomotion control evolved much earlier than thought

Phys.org - Thu 8 Feb 18

Cartoons that illustrate evolution depict early vertebrates generating primordial limbs as they move onto land for the first time. But new findings indicate that some of these first ambulatory ...

Deep-sea fish lay eggs near hydrothermal vents to keep them warm

Newscientist - Thu 8 Feb 18

Pacific white skate lay their eggs onto the sizzling hot rocks of hydrothermal vents in the depths of the sea, possibly because the heat speeds up their development

Hydrothermal vents speed development of deep-sea marine animal eggs

Phys.org - Thu 8 Feb 18

A team of scientists from the University of Rhode Island and the Charles Darwin Research Station exploring the seafloor northwest of the Galapagos Islands in 2015 made an unexpected discovery. ...

Deep-sea fish hijack hydrothermal vents to incubate their young

Gizmag - Thu 8 Feb 18

On a 10-day collaborative research cruise surveying the Galapagos Marine Reserve, teams from the Ocean Exploration Trust, the Charles Darwin Foundation and the Galapagos National Park ...

Deep-sea volcanic vents incubate eggs for these underwater moms

FOXNews - Wed 14 Feb 18

Skates — flat, diamond-shaped fish that are related to sharks and rays — incubate their eggs for as much as four years or more, longer than most animals on Earth.

This Deep-Sea Creature Lays Its Eggs on Hydrothermal Vents—A First

National Geographic - Thu 8 Feb 18

The Pacific white skate lay its eggs on superheated hydrothermal vents, and then may wait more than four years for the eggs to hatch.

Deep-sea marine animals lay eggs near hydrothermal vents so they hatch faster

ZME Science - Thu 8 Feb 18

This is the first time scientists have seen a marine animal doing this.

Deep-Sea Volcanic Vents Incubate Eggs for These Underwater Moms

Livescience - Thu 8 Feb 18

Eggs over easy? Skates warm their egg cases with thermal vents.

Deep Sea Fish Use Hydrothermal Vents to Incubate Eggs

Laboratory Equipment - Mon 12 Feb 18

NewsSome deep-sea skates -- cartilaginous fish related to rays and sharks -- use volcanic heat emitted at hydrothermal vents to incubate their eggs.Contributed Author: Penn State UniversityTopics: Ethology