Fish Photographed using tools

by | Jul 10, 2011 | Fish, Science | 1 comment

Photo credit Scott Gardner

We know that many animals use tools as a means to acquire food. Sea Otter’s anchor themselves with Kelp and bang clams they’ve rested on their bellies open with rocks, Chimps use long twigs to extract Termites from the mounds they live in. Now photographers have captured images of a wild Blackspot Tuskfish following suit. Article inside

Diver Snaps First Photo of Fish Using Tools




  • Michael D. Phelps

    I'm an 18 year old with 26 years of experience. I live in the southeast corner of South Dakota with my wife, the 3 of 7 children who still live at home, two dogs and a whole bunch of fish. I've been keeping fish prisoner in glass boxes for 37 years.

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  1. VitalApparatuz

    Excellent 🙂


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