This is the first time I've seen this error come up from a google search. And, FWIW, I was just searching a cell structure term, glycocalyx, to find an image. Its not like I put 'MILF' into the subject line. <br><br><br><br>
My first guess would have been that has too many y's and x's and google thinks you are cracking a code but glycocalyx comes right up with many good hits from here.<br><br>And be sure to wet your hand with creek water before you catch and release that brook trout or you will remove the fish's glycocalyx and it will die.<br><br><br><br><br><br>
Its Safari, not Firefox, and I was at home rather than on campus. If others are seeing this occasionally, then I am not too terribly worried. As long as Mississauga is wrong about the reason for it.<br><br>Poly, as a lifelong flyfishing nut I am glad to hear other people know how important it is to handle the fish properly. In fact, if it is possible I don't even bring the trout out of the water. Although it isn't as big of a risk as dry hands, you can bruise their organs by gripping them tightly.<br><br><br>
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