The world’s tiniest fish, the Stout Infant, is about a quarter-of-an-inch long. You don’t need 10 lb test line to catch one of those.  

Scientists can tell how old a fish is by reading the growth rings on the fish scales, a lot like they do with tree rings.

August 24, 2011 | Categories: From the Gremlin

Scientists can tell how old a fish is by reading the growth rings on the fish scales, a lot like they do with tree rings.