Braving Antarctic winter to study toothfish

Sampling toothfish embryos to understand early developmental processes Photo: Steve Parker/NIWA

A New Zealand ship has recently returned from a six-week winter research voyage to the Ross Sea where scientists have made the first observations of developing Antarctic toothfish embryos.

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