Cat or bird, who do you suspect of this dastardly deed?
Woman opens front door and finds goldfish flapping about on doorstep.
The fish was found out of water in Cheltenham., Glos on May 14 - and may have been dropped by a cheeky cat that nicked it from a pond.
RSPCA inspector Richard Carr said: “This was not your usual type of animal rescue call. My first ever stray fish.
For our science minded friends!
...The study reveals the details of important nutrient exchanges between algae and bacteria. Such exchanges determine the functioning of microbial communities in the environment, relevant to climate change cycles and agricultural productivity. Microbial interactions within microbial communities are important on many levels, ranging from the ecology of aquatic and terrestrial food webs, to wastewater treatment. A key characteristic of the interactions within these communities is the exchange of nutrients between species.
Cyanobacteria May be coming soon to your pond, via the clouds!
Human health and ecosystems could be affected by microbes including cyanobacteria and algae that hitch rides in clouds and enter soil, lakes, oceans and other environments when it rains, according to a Rutgers co-authored study.
A sad reminder that ponds are dangerous places for young. Children need supervision regardless of the season.
The 10-year-old boy who died on Valentine's Day after falling through ice on a Tennessee pond was trying to save his sister, the family's pastor said.
Boy died trying to save his sister from frozen Tennessee pond, family pastor says (nbcnews.com)
A great short review of pharmaceutical contamination on fish. Our waters are becoming polluted with human drugs and this study looked at the possible results.
Fish species around the globe are at risk due to the ever-increasing levels of pharmaceutical contamination that is making its way into water systems, according to collaborative research conducted by The University of Western Australia, Monash University, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, and New York University.
Some great ideas on plants to repel those nasty bugs without using chemicals that are potentually harmful to your koi.
These poor koi did not stand a chance with these predators!
An otter with very expensive tastes was filmed eating more than £1,000 worth of koi fish from a garden pond.
The initial prime suspect had been a local heron before a CCTV camera captured the brazen otter in the act on Saturday.
Safety nets and protective wiring had just been installed over the pond in Edinburgh, but they proved no obstacle for the greedy animal.
Footage shows the otter chasing the fish at spectacular speeds, as an equally hungry fox watches from the edge.
Depending where you live in the world, your pond will have different critters that can been seen if you look close. Here are some from Britain.
Summer is a time to leave your pond and its wildlife in peace. However, by looking at your pond at night, you might be surprised at what creatures come out when the sun goes down.
As pond owners and koi hobbyests, we all hate to see this in the news!
ST. GEORGE, Utah — Dumping unwanted goldfish or other aquatic pets into reservoirs might seem like a humane way to dispose of them, but these invasive species can wreak havoc on fisheries, the St. George News reports.
Something we all dread as pond owners, and then we must solve the mystery.
On Saturday, eight days after the die-off at Danly’s house in North Coconut Grove, her neighbors awoke to a similar ghastly sight. Lee Marks and Daliana Mantegazza, koi collectors for 30 years, lost about 150 of the fish prized for the exotic coloring that makes it look like they’ve been painted. The sobbing couple and their sons frantically tried to save them by jumping into the pond and transferring fish into bins filled with fresh water. Only a dozen survived.
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