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From human remains more than 13,000 years old to the earliest middens and fishhooks in North America, the Channel Islands National Park off the California coast are a treasure trove of information about early North American people.
The error was repeated in an accompanying picture caption about one item, a 19th century fishhook.
Things like fishhook injuries; fish, shellfish spine punctures; barnacle cuts; and wade fishing cuts (and) abrasions are much more likely to cause problems than a swimming exposure in the Gulf of Mexico.
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First Known Use of fishhook
FISHHOOK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fishhook for English Language Learners
: a small curved piece of metal that is attached to the end of a piece of fishing line and used to catch fish
FISHHOOK Defined for Kids
Definition of fishhook for Students
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