Researchers identify behavioral adaptations that may help Antarctic fishes to adapt to warming Southern Ocean


Researchers from Virginia Tech’s Fralin Biomedical Research Institute at VTC recently published a new study in PLOS ONE describing how two species of Antarctic fish – one with hemoglobin in its blood and one without – respond to warming water temperatures. Iskander Ismailov, the study’s first author, lived at Antarctica’s Palmer Station for three months.

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