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Tokyo aquarium shows mysterious clear-blood fish


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ummmm !? We need more studies to know that.

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More studies are needed on the question

They need to send a fleet of boats and a factory ship out to the Antarctic to research as many Ocellated Ice Fish as possible.

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very little is known about the fish, which was brought back to Japan by krill fishermen.

Brought back from where?

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Brought back from where?

Reading comprehension;

The Ocellated Ice Fish lives in the freezing waters of the Antarctic Ocean,

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Thank you Yubaru. Less sarcasm would have been nice, especially since the Antarctic Ocean is a bit large, but I see you are trying the Japanese approach to teaching.

Does this mean the Japanese fishermen caught it within its natural surroundings, or had it been caught outside the area where it usually swims?

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