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Angula

An ancient Indian unit of length variously equivalent to values between 16 and 21 millimeters.
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Growth of American and European eel leptocephali as revealed by otolith microstructure.
Environment Agency fisheries enforcement staff are using new underwater sonar technology to tackle illegal fishing for eels in the Fens.
The study monitored the eels further and longer than any previous research with one completing a huge journey of 6,982km during 273 days at sea.
Mr Ellis added: "We have safely put the eel back in a nearby canal so it can continue exploring our wonderful waterways.
The model simulations showed that many more virtual eel larvae survived and reached coastal waters when the larvae swam in a preferred direction--to the southwest--than virtual larvae that passively drifted with the ocean currents or randomly changed their direction.
Eels are seldom taken during the day, being most frequently caught in the late afternoon or at night.
What that means I have no clue (and no, I don't recommend you Google the term) but they are now yellow and fishermen can now catch them in eel pots, from Maine to Florida and sell them to me so I can now feed them to Panhandle cobia and hopefully beat the Moaks in a tournament.
Caption: High voltage As an electric eel curls Its body (upper row), the voltage measured in Its prey rises (red, bottom row).
Bosses at the centre say it is highly unlikely they could make their way from the reservoirs through the plant, and there are traps set up on the channel between Surf Snowdonia and the River Conwy to prevent eels from swimming up that way.
Three European fresh water eels were discovered during the draining of the site's fire water pond - along with more than 50 fish.
European eel (Anguila Anguila) is classified as a critically threatened species of fish protected by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.
Part of the eel's problem stems from poaching of the little eels that ascend New England rivers, especially in Maine.