Science: Eel Eggs

Last week the New Bedford (Mass.) Standard had the honor of publishing a scientific story of considerable interest and special appropriateness for that oldtime fishing centre. Mrs. Marie Poland Fish, biologist of the U. S. Bureau of Fisheries station at Woods Hole, Mass., in working over specimens and data brought back by her husband, Dr. Charles J. Fish, from his trip last year to the Sargasso Sea, Galapagos and the prehistoric gorge of the Hudson River, had identified certain fish eggs dredged from the Challenger Bank near Bermuda as eggs of the...

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