'Sushi parasites' have increased 283-fold in past 40 years. When people eat live herring worms, the parasite can invade the intestinal wall and cause symptoms that mimic those of food poisoning, such as nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. phys.org/news/2020-03-sus…
That most animals and bugs fart, and that β€œherring fish produce farts, which they think they use for communication.” thenakedscientists.com/ar…
Herring fish communicate with each other underwater through flatulence or fart, the noise is always accompanied by a stream of bubbles inshorts.com/en/news/herr…
Fish can feel pain, have the constituents for sentience, and Herring in particular, communicate through farts. npr.org/sections/thesalt/…
There is a group of sea wolves on Vancouver Island that can swim for miles and 90% of their diet is seafood. They primarily eat salmon but also forage on barnacles, lams, herring eggs, seals, and river otters. nationalgeographic.com/ma…
Meilleurs Ouvriers de France , is an honorary title given to the best Chefs in France, since 1920 only 200 have been awarded, the candidates show high technical skills : Pollack in one dish has to be pierced in four places by Herring Lardons, the latter imparts its saltiness into the Pollack. eater.com/2018/11/30/1811…
Today I learned about Eli Herring, a former Offensive Tackle for BYU who turned down an NFL contract to become a math teacher because he didn’t want playing on Sunday to come between him and his religion. latimes.com/archives/la-x…
The origin of the idiom "Red Herring" was itself a red herring. It was originally stated that red herring were used to help hounds sniff out prey. It's misleading because red herring were actually used to train horses and were only used if there were no dead cats available instead. mentalfloss.com/article/5…
"sardine" isn't actually species of fish but rather a generic name given to to various small, oily fish within the herring family of Clupeidae. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sar…
- SurstrΓΆmming (Fermented Herring) is a Swedish delicacy known for being the worlds smelliest food. The smell is so bad in fact, severel airlines has banned passengers from from carrying tin cans of this stuff. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sur…
Red Herrings (a smelly, smoked fish) were used to teach dogs to follow a trial, but it became used as a metaphor for distracting someone from following a trail. The term Red Herring is a Red Herring. worldwidewords.org/articl…
Herring use secret, high-frequency fart codes to communicate with one another. Among insects, 1 species of beaded lacewing stuns and kills its prey by farting on it. Manatees have fart-storage pouches, because farts are so vital to their buoyancy that constipated individuals cannot swim properly americanscientist.org/art…
Herring is used as fertiliser for 'competition grade tea' hibiki-an.com/contents.ph…
Every year, large parts of the North American western coastline turn milky white as millions of herring collectively spray thousands of gallons of semen over their spawning grounds to take part in one of the largest mass-fertilizations of the animal kingdom. azula.com/herrings-semen-…
"sardine" isn't actually species of fish but rather a generic name given to to various small, oily fish within the herring family of Clupeidae. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sar…
There are sea wolves that live on the coast of British Columbia. They comb the beach for barnacles, herring roe, and beached whales, and some will even even eat salmon. Most of these wolves have never even seen a deer. ngm.nationalgeographic.co…
Herring fish communicate via flatulence. sciencemag.org/news/2003/…
SurstrΓΆmming is a type of fermented herring eaten as a delicacy in Sweden. Because the smell is so awful, one food critic said "the biggest challenge when eating surstrΓΆmming is to vomit only after the first bite, as opposed to before". en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sur…
Because of the strong smell, surstrΓΆmming (fermented herring) is ordinarily eaten outdoors en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sur…
During mating season for herring, a large portion of the northwest American coast is clogged with fish jizz. youtu.be/iyASwKQgxrs
Monkey's tail, little duck, pickled herring, little snail and pig's tail, are a few of many translations of how people call the @-symbol in their respective languages. webopedia.com/DidYouKnow/…
Herring communicate by a method known as Fast Repetitive Tick, or FRT. news.nationalgeographic.c…
Herrings communicate via farting news.nationalgeographic.c…
Adolf Frederick, King of Sweden, died of digestion problems in 1771 after eating a meal of lobster, caviar, sauerkraut, smoked herring, champagne, and 14 servings of his favorite dessert, semla in a bowl of hot milk. He is remembered by schoolchildren as "the king who ate himself to death." en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis…
The term "red herring" comes from when escaped inmates would use smoked (or red) herring to throw off the bloodhounds. etymonline.com/index.php?…
SurstrΓΆmming, or canned fermented herring traditionally eaten in Sweden, is classified as an explosive device on several airlines due to its tendency to, well, explode. bbc.co.uk/news/world-midd…
There was almost an international incident because the Swedish Navy thought Herring Farts were Soviet Subs spying on them modernnotion.com/that-tim…
Farting fish almost caused tensions between Sweden and Russia to bubble over in 1994. Sweden kept hearing giant shoals of herring farting little bubbles and mistook the noise for Russian submarines in Swedish waters. improbable.com/2012/02/29…
The rare, 20 meter long, King of Herrings is thought to be responsible for many sea serpent sitings. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kin…
Herrings communicate by farting at each other. This is because the farts are pitched high enough that their predators cannot hear them. youtube.com/watch?v=on1l1…
School-swimming herring expel tiny gas explosions from the anal duct to communicate. Called β€œFast Repetitive Tick sounds” or FRTs, they acquire the gas when they surface and can save this air for at least a day to release it when needed. todayifoundout.com/index.…
Herring use farts to communicate themarysue.com/fish-fart-…
The South Park joke "The Chewbacca Defense" is legitimately used instead of the term "Red Herring" in articles about criminal law. krugman.blogs.nytimes.com…
Herring (and some other fish) communicate by farting news.nationalgeographic.c…
Greg Allman's Tour Manager Scooter Herring Was Sentenced To 75 Years, Taking The Rap For Allman's Dope rollingstone.com/music/fe…
DNA is flame retardant, Italian scientists discovered this when they tried to set fire to cotton coated with herring sperm DNA and the fabric refused to burn wired.com/2013/03/firepro…
Rotting Baltic sea herring is a staple food in northern Sweden. The odour is so overwhelmingly putrid that it is ordinarily eaten outdoors. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sur…
Herring communicate by breaking wind news.sciencemag.org/2003/…
King Adolf Frederick of Sweden died of digestion problems on February 12, 1771 after consuming a meal consisting of lobster, caviar, sauerkraut, smoked herring and champagne, which was topped off by fourteen helpings of hetvΓ€gg (Semla), the king's favorite dessert. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sem…
Herrings communicate via farts news.nationalgeographic.c…
The meaning of "red herring" (something misleading) comes from the use of pickled fish as a distraction while training hunting dogs. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red…
Herring communicate by farting. ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti…
Metallic auto paints were first available in the 1930s. They were made of powdered fishscales and reserved only for the very rich. It took approx. 150,000 herring to produce a gallon of paint. consumerist.com/2014/10/1…
Herring Communicate Using Farts youtube.com/watch?v=OcwCY…
Herrings communicate by farting news.nationalgeographic.c…
Herring (fish) can live up to 22 years en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Her…
Herring use farts to communicate to each other. youtube.com/watch?v=OcwCY…
Herring fish communicate by farting, and that this farting almost caused a diplomatic conflict between Russia and Sweden improbable.com/2011/10/12…
Canned SurstrΓΆmming; a fermented Baltic Sea herring, is banned on many airlines because of the risk of the cans exploding. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sur…
: According to Japanese study, A freshly opened can of Swedish "sour herring" has one of the most putrid food smells in the world swedishfood.com/fermented…

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