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  • n. A fish eater


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Latin piscis (“fish”) +‎ -vore (“eater”).


  • In turn, top predators (e.g., lake trout) are likely to have altered diets and changes in the ratio of pelagic and benthic sources of carbon in piscivore diets are likely, in turn, to alter tissue mercury concentrations [24] (section 8.7), thus linking general climate change impacts with local contaminant loadings.

    Approaches to projecting climate change effects on arctic fish populations

  • Alternating between laughter and mild screams of terror, Jacobs cried out "Let me go!" before a zookeeper pulled the pugnacious piscivore away.


  • From: piscivore [Michael C. Scott] 5-Mar-2009 10: 37

    Daily Rotten

  • however, in trying to track the reference down using “obligate piscivore” as search term, I did run across a very interesting report from the US Fish and Wildlife service.

    The Fishing Cat - The Panda's Thumb


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