Carbon dioxide encourages risky behav...

Carbon dioxide encourages risky behaviour in clownfish

There are 3 comments on the New Scientist story from Jan 15, 2012, titled Carbon dioxide encourages risky behaviour in clownfish. In it, New Scientist reports that:

Carbon dioxide in the ocean acts like alcohol on fish, leaving them less able to judge risks and prone to losing their senses.

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bronck burger

Paterson, NJ

#1 Jan 15, 2012
ha-ha-ha-ho-ho-ho THE CLOWNS WE HAVE HERE ARE the CLOWNS that THINK GLOBAL WARMING IS REALLY HAPPENING. HA-HA-HO-HO-HO

Since: Dec 10

Hobart, Australia

#2 Jan 15, 2012
I wonder if they are happy drunks?

Since: Apr 11

Roma, QLD

#3 Jan 15, 2012
Suicidal clown fish and hybrid super sharks, not long now and it's going to be resurrecting dinosaurs and attracting intelligent asteroids.

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