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esca

 [es´kah] (exercise of self care agency)
a philosophical concept guiding the practice of kinlein; the moving or dynamic power within each person that is integral to any action taken in thought, word, or deed.
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What is another tactic that's employed by some fish of the bathypelagic zone, such as the anglerfish, to capture prey?
Use of otolith shape analysis in the stock identification of anglerfish (Lophius piscatorius) in the Northeast Atlantic.
The massive fish, sometimes known as an anglerfish, was hooked by Chris's father Barry Thomas aboard his fishing boat the Heather D after he set sail from Swansea Marina on Thursday night.
The 33-cent Deep Sea Creature stamps show stamp images of 5 actual deep sea animals: the fanfin anglerfish, the sea cucumber, the fangtooth, the amphipod and the medusa.
Of the 123 plates in Goode and Bean (1895), there is but a single skeleton, that of an anglerfish (plate CXX).
It is also a pioneer in launching frozen tuna and anglerfish to the retail trade.
Abstract--Gonadal morphology and reproductive biology of the Black Anglerfish (Lophius budegassa) were studied by examining 4410 specimens collected between June 2007 and December 2010 in the northwestern Mediterranean Sea.
Different organisms glow for different reasons; the anglerfish, for instance, can light up a lure to attract prey, while some plankton glow when disturbed to attract predators of whatever is stirring them up.
But in reality he was catching large amounts of valuable, quota-controlled anglerfish off the west coasts of Scotland and Ireland.
Like many deep-water fish, mate anglerfish skin is grimy black or gray, fragile, and without scales.