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Fish on Earth Edit
In Victorian times, showmen used to draw the crowds by taking the skull of a cat, glueing it to a fish and calling it a mermaid. The Ninth Doctor compared the Slitheen's Space Pig with this trick while explaining the Space Pig's true nature to Toshiko Sato. (TV: Aliens of London)
In the 1900s, when Fang Rock rock was engulfed in fog during a Rutan scouting mission, Leela found dead fish floating in a pool of water and poked them with her knife. The Fourth Doctor attributed their deaths to an electrical field present on the island. (TV: Horror of Fang Rock)
Undated events Edit
Types of fish on Earth Edit
Fish were common in Earth's seas, rivers and lakes. Types of fish included:
Elsewhere in the Universe Edit
Like on Earth, fish could be found beneath the seas of other planets. Aaglon sharks were native to the waters of the planet Olleril. (PROSE: Tragedy Day) Fugora fish lived in the seas of Megerra. (PROSE: Mean Streets) Lake Abydos was home to singing fish. (AUDIO: Neverland) Yaddlefish were a type of fish which lived on Gallifrey. (PROSE: Blind Fury) Kandalinga was home to a wide variety of fish, including some which were larger than the TARDIS. (PROSE: The Fishmen of Kandalinga)
In Sardicktown, fish existed which were able to swim through fog, making it appear as if they were flying. The Eleventh Doctor encountered numerous sky fish and a sky shark in the town. (TV: A Christmas Carol)
The Eleventh Doctor attempted to disguise his interest in the lack of vibrations on the deck of Starship UK by pretending to be looking for "an escaped fish". (TV: The Beast Below) Whilst dressed as Sherlock Holmes, the Eleventh Doctor asked one of Walter Simeon's servants if he had a fish called Colin. When he said "no", the Doctor said he didn't think he had. (TV: The Snowmen)