So I Became rather curious about those Icefish and when i wikied them all i got was facts about Ice fishing itself and oh wow what amazing and awesome aquatic biological organism you could fish up in the artic. some of these fish I'm not sure we have come across in our fish hunts but would LOVE to see them on the hook of my line.
wiki's definenition of Ice fishing is the practice of catching fish with lines and fish hooks or spears through an opening in the ice on a frozen body of water. Iceanglers may sit on the stool in the open on a frozen lake, or in a heated cabin on the ice, some with bunks and amenities.
here is some of the antarctic sea life i'd like to see in the SL sea hee hee.
Arctic wolf spider
|Arctic wolf spider|
The Arctic wolf spider (Pardosa glacialis)  is a type of wolf spider in the genus Pardosa and is endemic to the Arctic, particularlyGreenland.
there are many types of sea spiders and really we know they a4re not spiders but istead are crustatious like crabs and lobsters these creatures can sometimes get to be huge in size
The largest sea spider wo have ever been found goes to the Japanese crab spider these spider crabs can get up to staggering lengths, that when stretch out measure twice the average humans height WOW
Next antartic creature that would be cool to see on our ventures is the Young Icefish (Chaenocephalus aceratus) thats right while researching for this blog I have come across the baby version of those Icefish that we love to catch!
These Chaenocephalus aceratus fish are highly adapted to life the cold waters of Antarctica's continental shelf. Their blood is filled with anti-freeze, but no red blood cells. This is among the many creatures recently photographed by the British Antarctic Survey in the Southern Ocean, one of the fastest-warming seas in the world. And oddly enough has just recently been drug up fron the deep depths of the southern antarctic seas!
says Peter Bucktrout / British Antarctic
Feather stars are very mobile as both adults and larvae, eat phytoplankton and as such may track the changes caused by global warming. Aea ice retreat and marine algae distribution are two of the strongest impacts of climate change measured in the region to date. "We can now begin to get a better understanding of how the ecosystem will adapt to change," Barnes said. "Our research on species living in the waters surrounding the BAS Rothera Research Station on the Antarctic Peninsula shows that some species are incredibly sensitive to temperature changes."
This concludes this Epic fishie facts, thanks to google, wikipedia and my best friend in the world Mr. Internet Icefish ARE REAL!!! thank you wili for being a genius and thank you everyone for the fish, for fishing, and being a wonderful community, love to all.