Recent Examples of thresher from the Web
Shark researchers told the Cape Cod Times that threshers likely don’t have the ability to generate enough heat to keep vital organs healthy in water below 44 degrees Fahrenheit.
His team plans to build 50 threshers to distribute for feedback before mass-producing them.
Grocery carts went door-to-door and families shared steam threshers later on to help neighbors bring in their harvests.
Warming temperatures and loss of oxygen in the sea will shrink hundreds of fish species—from tunas and groupers to salmon, thresher sharks, haddock and cod—even more than previously thought, a new study concludes.
While the fungal pathogen killing the leopard sharks has affected them indiscriminately, the salmon, thresher, and mako sharks that have washed up seem mainly to be young.
Three years later, Witness announces that the thresher of big-business pop has advanced in its harvest of history by, well, about three years.
Mako Mania Tournament: 21st annual contest for catching sharks, bluefish and thresher sharks.
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