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SCIENCE: Southern fish turns up in northern waters

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  • Lessard, George
    Southern fish turns up in northern waters Thursday - February 6, 2003 - 7:30 CBC Iqaluit Regional News Summary A Patagonia tooth fish that normally lives in
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      Southern fish turns up in northern waters

      Thursday - February 6, 2003 - 7:30
      CBC Iqaluit Regional News Summary


      A Patagonia tooth fish that normally lives in the icy waters around
      Antarctica has turned up off the coast of Greenland. Fishermen were puzzled
      by the discovery of the two-metre-long tooth fish which is the first ever
      seen in the northern hemisphere. Scientists at the University of Copenhagen
      believe the fish captured off Greenland caught a very deep, cold ocean
      current. They say that would have allowed it to migrate underneath warm
      tropical water across the equator.
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