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Small piranha-like fish was found in European waters for the first time in August
Campaigners urge UK firm to halt imports from Icelandic fishing giant with links to whalers
Fish populations in UK coastal waters are a fraction of what they used to be
Investigation into how the ferry collided with a cargo ship will begin after rescue operations are complete
'This pike weighs no more than 26.5 pounds' one commentator noted. 'Unless it swallowed a bar of gold'
Lobster cannibalism in the wild has been caught on camera for the first time as water temperatures in Maine reach a century high
Men named by the Foreign Office as Mark Robertson and Rupert Beaumont
An experiment in self-sufficiency will transform a previously derelict Manchester printworks according to so-called vertical urban farming techniques
Customer told by supervisor that fish was too slippery to fillet
Tiny North Atlantic nation repeatedly defies EU over herring and mackerel quotas
Police in north London have seized blankets, sleeping bags and food donations from rough sleepers in a crackdown on homelessness.
British talent is thin on the ground at this year’s Cannes festival, but one first-time feature film director, from a small village in Scotland, has been making waves.
From viola flowers in the salad to gnocchi made from potatoes sown by the light of the moon...