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Rocky relations: Why an isolated rock in the Atlantic is a sought after and contested place article icon

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Rocky relations: Why an isolated rock in the Atlantic is a sought after and contested place

Rockall is an uninhabitable granite islet situated in the North Atlantic Ocean. It lies within the exclusive economic zone of the United Kingdom and is claimed by the UK as its territory. As Dr Gerry Mooney explains, this claim is not recognised by its neighbours.

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How the fish we eat makes it onto our plates activity icon

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How the fish we eat makes it onto our plates

Have you ever wondered how the fish you’re eating makes it onto your plate? Dr Vicky Johnson reveals several of the important stages of the journey, starting with the initial catch, to ending up at a restaurant or food supplier. 

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In deep, stormy waters: Scotland, the UK and the politics of fishing article icon

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In deep, stormy waters: Scotland, the UK and the politics of fishing

Four of the top five UK ports for landed weight are in Scotland. Is there a possibility of an independent Scotland opting to become an EU member re-joining the EUs Common Fisheries Policy?

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Brexit and Scotland’s fishing communities article icon

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Brexit and Scotland’s fishing communities

Dr Gerry Mooney looks at the importance of Scotland's fishing industry and how Brexit is leading to an uncertain future.

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Will Brexit spell the end of fishing quotas? article icon

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Will Brexit spell the end of fishing quotas?

The Leave campaign promised that Brexit would help fishers ‘take back control’ of Britain’s fishing waters and stocks. But how quotas are allocated has always been a national decision.

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Angel Breed

Understand the basic rules of genetics and see if you can breed the rarest fish in our biology game.

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Hallowain't III: Kilifish - the zombie fish video icon

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Hallowain't III: Kilifish - the zombie fish

Swimming around without any self-control, the better to spread infection. Are killifish zombies, raised from the dead? No.

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5 mins
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Blue Planet II - One Ocean: The videos

Get a taste of episode one, and go behind the scenes, of our lush love letter to the deep blue.

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10 mins
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What effects does mercury have on health and the environment? article icon

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What effects does mercury have on health and the environment?

Although in its natural form mercury is not especially toxic, it still poses a real risk when it finds its way into the environment.

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Extinctions at World Heritage Sites aren't just environmental disasters article icon

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Extinctions at World Heritage Sites aren't just environmental disasters

As species vanish at alarming rates from protected areas, the impact goes beyond loss of diversity.  Emilio Rodríguez Mega reports.

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Ever Wondered About... Fish? audio icon

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Ever Wondered About... Fish?

Chef Paul Merrett and scientist David Shuker explore the science of fish - and why some advisors want us to eat more, but others want us to lay off.

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Rathlin Island and Lough Neagh

Learn about seabirds in enormous numbers, the changing appearance of the landscape as plant species changed with the changing temperatures and a relict fish that’s being conserved by local volunteers.

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