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Hatching a marine breakthrough

First triggerfish raised in captivity could transform aquarium business

An adult queen triggerfish swam in the ocean tank at New England Aquarium in Boston. They can grow to about a foot and a half long and display iridescent yellows and blues. An adult queen triggerfish swam in the ocean tank at New England Aquarium in Boston. They can grow to about a foot and a half long and display iridescent yellows and blues. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / September 28, 2009

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BRISTOL, R.I. - The tiny black and silver fish in a 50-gallon vat at Roger Williams University do not look like the aquaculture breakthrough they just may turn out to be. (Full article: 855 words)

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