Flatfish (turbot, sole, halibut, etc) start off round but then morph into flat bodies, with their eye coming around to the other side of their head. (Video of this linked.) youtu.be/qePwW44HhNg
At birth, Halibut have an eye on each side of the head, and swim like a salmon. After six months, one eye migrates to the other side, making them look more like flounder. At the same time, the stationary-eyed side darkens to match the top side, while the other side remains white. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hal…
USS Halibut (SSGN-587) Placed a Wiretap on an Undersea Soviet Military Communication Cable en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS…
Donald Trump's steakhouse in Las Vegas was shut down by health inspectors after they found "no measures to destroy parasites in undercooked halibut and salmon" and "raw tuna [that] was being improperly thawed". news.yahoo.com/trump-stea…
California Halibut, although a member of the left-eyed flounder family, about 40 percent of California halibut have their eyes on the right side. dfg.ca.gov/marine/mspcont…
Halibut, and other "flat fishes", are actually born symmetrical and swim "normally" when born, but at about 5 weeks of age, one eye "migrates" over to the other side so that both eyes are on the same side. alaska-halibut-fishing-ch…
The sperm whales in the Gulf of Alaska have learned how to team up to hunt fish right off long lines of Black Cod fishers’ hooks. Every year more whales are coming to eat from the fishing line buffet, leading some scientists to speculate that they’re somehow communicating and sharing tips. newsweek.com/2015/12/04/a…

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