NORWAY: The name's Fish, Pollock Fish
Pollock fish are being trained up by Norwegian scientists to act as specialist marine spies. Cheap and readily available, Pollock are also apparently the most reliable of the north Atlantic fish species to carry out intelligence missions. "We have done quite a bit of research on this, out at sea also. Cod is too strong-willed and difficult to steer. Salmon is too stupid," Jens G Balchen, from
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