Fish Talk

The Fish Mind Programme

This podcast programme focuses on the capacity of fishes to suffer, feel other affective states, and display great cognition abilities. The idea is to present this important information in an informal dialogue of a few minutes. The programme is composed by independent episodes or by series of podcasts about the same theme if it needs more time to be explored. The Fish Mind is part of a project that results from a collaboration with Centro de Aquicultura da Unesp (Caunesp) in Brazil.

«Fish abilities - Self recognition»

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English

Did you know that, just like humans, fishes may be able to recognize themselves? Self-recognition is a skill that until recently had only been shown in mammals. But now, it's been demonstrated in a fish species! 

To read this episode, click here.
 

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Portuguese

Sabia que, assim como os humanos, os peixes conseguem reconhecer-se? O auto-reconhecimento é uma habilidade que até recentemente só havia sido demonstrada em mamíferos. Mas agora foi demonstrada em uma espécie de peixe também!

Para ler este episódio, clique aqui.

The fair-fish database Programme

The idea of this programme is to give some information about farmed fishes related to their natural needs, behaviours or farming conditions that are relevant to take into account to assess and improve their welfare; all this in just a few words - less than 3 min. Thus, the programme is composed of series of very brief podcasts focused on fish species with profiles already published in the fair-fish database, the first online database to assemble ethological knowledge of farmed fishes.

«Fished species - episode 1»

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Peruvian anchoveta caught by purse seine

When Peruvian anchoveta is caught in a purse seine, the individuals are packed in so tightly that they often get injured and stressed out!

Listen to this episode to know more about Peruvian anchoveta caught by purse seine and visit its profile in the fair-fish database.

To read this episode, click here.







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