© Shutterstock The effects of COVID-19 on freshwaters By Michael Edmondstone A team of [...]
Shoal releases ‘Forgotten Fishes’ report with WWF and other leading conservation organisations [...]
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New family of prehistoric fishes discovered in Kerala Described as a 'living fossil', the [...]
Dr. Harmony Patricio joins the Shoal team Image © Dr. Harmony Patricio [...]
Mike Baltzer reports on a workshop hosted by Global Environment Centre and Monash University in early February to develop an action plan for conserving peat swamps fishes in Malaysia.
Shoal is excited to announce a new partnership with world renowned aquatics brand Fluval, [...]
At the end of 2019, buried in other news stories and festive cheer, there was one story which struck a sombre note, the scientific confirmation of the extinction of the Chinese paddlefish. In this article we look at 5 freshwater fishes for which there is still hope, but which need urgent conservation action to avoid the same fate.
Talking Sawfish: Interview with Michael Grant (c) Fish and Wildlife Research [...]
When people think about the world’s most threatened animals, it’s unlikely that Anguillid (freshwater) eels spring to mind. In Europe, freshwater eels are one of our least appreciated but most critically endangered species, having declined by around 95% since the 1980s. Unlike most people, as a freshwater ecologist, I spend a lot of time thinking about animals like the freshwater eel because globally, all freshwater species are facing considerable threats.