The metre long fish came as a shock to those snorkelling in the area as they are native to more tropical waters.Read the full story ›
Shouting out your auction bid will make way for the net at Brixham Fish MarketRead the full story ›
Winston, one of the latest arrivals at the aquarium at Bristol Zoo, is so talented he's been trained to come to keepers for foodRead the full story ›
Chemicals humans put into the water system are changing the anatomy and behaviour of fresh water fish, according to Exeter Uni research.Read the full story ›
Dartmoor is known for its hostile environment. However, it's also a place where wildlife can thrive in the right conditions.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of thousands of dead sardines have covered the sands of Marazion beach in West Cornwall.Read the full story ›
Research at Exeter University has linked the evolution of fish to pollution from Cornwall's mining boom.
Scientists have found that pollution from historic mines in the South West has "severely affected" the genetic diversity of local populations of brown trout.
The report highlights the difference between so-called clean rivers like the Camel and the Fal, with more contaminated rivers such as the Hayle.
People in the West Country are being encouraged to eat more hake because the fish been designated the most sustainable in the country.Read the full story ›
A three-day celebration of Plymouth's relationship with the sea and its traditional fishing industry gets underway in the city today. The annual Seafood Festival is taking place on the Barbican and Sutton Harbour. Chefs will demonstrate a range of dishes from the catch of the day.