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Fishing rights, property rights, human rights: the problem of legal lock in in UK fisheries Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene University of California Press

fishing rights property rights human rights the problem of legal lock in in uk fisheries elementa science of the anthropocene university of california press
About AnimalsGEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel WikipediaThe paired fins of elasmobranches are held in rather rigid positions while those of teleosts, with their bendy jointing to the body, are more flexible in their hobbies and may often be seen moving gently to keep the fish in a steady place. In the teleosts, there is a swim bladder. An elongated, air filled sac slightly below the vertebral column. This air bladder keeps the fish buoyant and stops it from sinking when it stops swimming. The volume of the air bladder can be adjusted to atone for changes in pressure at various depths. The elasmobranchs don’t have swim bladders and they begin to sink in the event that they stop swimming.