A Very Sticky Fish…

A movie about a fish that really sucks was a 1st Place winner in the 2016 Ocean 180 Video Challenge. The three minute movie, "A Very Sticky Fish..." (by Adam Summers, Ian Stevens, and Zach Bivins, University of Washington) is about the Northern Clingfish which can be seen on beaches at low tide here in the Pacific Northwest.


An article in UW Today by Michelle Ma has more details about this movie, including how an unlikely collaboration of literature and marine biology interests led to the making of this film.

Science Friday posted another movie a couple of years ago about the clingfish that also shows, among other things, some people finding clingfish on the beach at low tide.

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