This NPR Correction May Be The Greatest Of All Time

Josh Fatzick | Reporter

NPR published this correction Thursday that you may have to read more than once to appreciate, or maybe just to understand.

The news organization posted a clarification at the bottom of this story about the first warm blooded fish ever found. It said:

 

Screenshot of the NPR correction

The correction appears to reference this paragraph:

“The fish had an average muscle temperature about 5 degrees C [roughly 9 degrees Fahrenheit] above the surrounding water while swimming about 150 to 1,000 feet below the surface,” NOAA says.

Editor’s Note: This article has been corrected for a conversion error.

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