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Fish are more like humans than you might think

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Seti42

Well, yeah...We're both vertebrates.

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jethrofloyd

Are we Apes or Fish? B)

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Jon the frog

Maybe it's more human are more fish than you think... we have evolved from some fish after all...

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jethrofloyd

So when I go fishing, it’s actually like I’m going to fish ‘creatures that are more like humans’.Yuck..

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Abramelin
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Years ago scientists found out fish really feel pain when being caught with a hook.

I thought "Wow, this is a major discovery!"

:td:

But that was a long time after they found out humans feel pain too!!

 

Edited by Abramelin
To add sarcasm.

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the13bats

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OverSword

Not too long ago I made a status update about a beta my roommate bought seems to get happy when I talk to him. Someone replied with an article that betas do recognize people and can differentiate between those that feed them and those that don’t. I notice that when my roommate comes up to the tank he swims straight to the part of the tank with the opening for food but I have never fed him and when I come up to the tank he swims back and forth with what seems like excitement or joy. 

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fred_mc

So zebrafish love cocaine but not cannabis. Hmm, wonder who pays for this kind of research.

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Myles
8 hours ago, fred_mc said:

So zebrafish love cocaine but not cannabis. Hmm, wonder who pays for this kind of research.

At the end of the article it seems they are advocating for people to be nicer to fish.    However all the studies were doing horrible things to fish.  Decades of inflicting pain, getting them addicted to drugs.  Ha ha.  

I'll continue to eat them.  

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fred_mc
5 minutes ago, Myles said:

At the end of the article it seems they are advocating for people to be nicer to fish.    However all the studies were doing horrible things to fish.  Decades of inflicting pain, getting them addicted to drugs.  Ha ha.  

I'll continue to eat them.  

I'll continue to not eat fish because I don't like fish (or shellfish).

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Myles
1 hour ago, fred_mc said:

I'll continue to not eat fish because I don't like fish (or shellfish).

I've always liked fish and most seafood.  But to each their own.  I don't like some things that many people like.   Mushrooms, green beans, green peppers and cheesecake are the one's that my wife cannot understand.  

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NCC1701

My goldfish loves LSD, but also likes crack and cocaine.

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