How Do Fish Swim in Schools Without Bumping into Each Other?

That answer and other random facts this morning on Carolina A.M.

It’s been a week!  Greg feels sick.  Audra is tired.  Sick and tired!  And then Ripley’s Aquarium goes and totally redeems the moment with Fish Fact Friday:  What feature do fish have that keeps them from swimming into each other in schools?  A lateral line!  It’s a system of sensory organs found in fish, used to detect movement, vibration, and pressure gradients in the surrounding water.  (And speaking of facts…Audra didn’t break the penguin cam.)  To check on the penguins, click here for Ripley’s Penguin’s Playhouse Cam.