USA California court rules a bumblebee is a fish

In the case, Almond Alliance of California v. Fish and Game Commission (USA)

California State Appellate Court of the Third District said the "issue presented here is whether the bumblebee, a terrestrial invertebrate, falls within the definition of a fish

According to the judges, the bumblebee is classified as a fish 

California’s definition of “fish” includes at least one land-based invertebrate – the Trinity bristle snail

California freshwater shrimp, a species which lives only in California and is threatened by developmen

Non-profit Xerces Society, an insect protection group 28 per cent of North American bumble bees are facing extinction

USA CAlifornia Judge rules that bees, legally, can be fish

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