1. Serious science: There’s a bitty tag on this fish’s dorsal fin, and it’ll help scientists figure out what happens to cod after they’re caught and released back into the ocean.  

     
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    catch and release
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    BABY COD! ITS CALLED A SCROD!! that is all.
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    WOAH WAIT I work with him! I’ve been on out on these research trips!
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    so thats what a cod looks like
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