Iceland’s Fish

Posters in Reykjavik’s harbor of the fish found around Iceland.

8 thoughts on “Iceland’s Fish

  1. Dan Antion 2021-08-22 / 11:09 am

    Wow! I would not want to meet up with a Lusifer or Sloans gelgja.

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  2. shoreacres 2021-08-22 / 9:08 am

    My, goodness. They certainly have some toothy fish there. We have a couple of common species that are outfitted with teeth capable of taking on barnacles, but this group clearly points to a different kind of environment. I laughed right out loud at the name “Atlantic Spiny Lumpsucker.” That sounds like the sort of name that would get tossed around the playground as an insult.

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    • Sherry Felix 2021-08-22 / 9:21 am

      I laughed too. Isn’t that just the silliest name! Like, “You Yellow-bellied Sapsucker you.”

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    • Sherry Felix 2021-08-22 / 7:09 am

      I find them fascinating. Reminds me of the American Natural History Museum fish display in NYC.

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  3. Barbara Bryan 2021-08-22 / 4:09 am

    I guess Iceland is a pretty unique place and all of its fish are Unique!?? Hi I haven’t gotten probably more than 10 storm warning since I went to bed last night!

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    • Sherry Felix 2021-08-22 / 6:43 am

      Than is what the sign there said :-). I got the warnings too.
      I am off to see if there are any pelagic birds blown up the Hudson by the storm.

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