The phrase “like a fish out of water” is often used to describe something out of place. The mudskipper, however, is a fish completely at home out of water. Rosalyn Price-Waldman, from Casey Dunn’s Invertebrate Zoology (Biol 0410) course at Brown University, tells the story of how mudskippers move on land, enacting muddy battles for territory and mates. Special thanks to the Brown University Science Center and the Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts. Music is “Railroad’s Whiskey Co.” by jahzzar, http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jahzzar/Home/Railroads_Whiskey_Co . Visit http://creaturecast.org for more stories about the unexpected world of Biology.moreless
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