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  • Do mullet jump because they’re happy?

    Experts from the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources and the University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab weigh in on the different theories of why mullet jump. One of those is that they are simply happy, but the science doesn’t back that up.

Experts from the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources and the University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab weigh in on the different theories of why mullet jump. One of those is that they are simply happy, but the science doesn’t back that up.
Experts from the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources and the University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab weigh in on the different theories of why mullet jump. One of those is that they are simply happy, but the science doesn’t back that up.

Catching them in nets is one thing. Getting a photo is another thing altogether.

August 04, 2017 12:00 AM