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Do fish talk to each other ?



Fish might seem silent, but in actual fact they make a wide range of different sounds.

   

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Comment icon #2 Posted by Not A Rockstar on 10 April, 2018, 23:16
they swim around singing that filet of fish song, too. Acting tough and all.  
Comment icon #3 Posted by Eldorado on 11 April, 2018, 10:15
I bet they say, "Oh, crumbs!" quite a lot.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Still Waters on 11 April, 2018, 10:33
Or "Just keep swimming, just keep swimming" Interesting video 
Comment icon #5 Posted by cal1970 on 13 April, 2018, 8:14
the natural world so fascinating
Comment icon #6 Posted by Kismit on 13 April, 2018, 8:22
Ummmm. I found Nemo! Ok that jokes been done. But I love tropical fish. The world under the water is truly mesmerising.
Comment icon #7 Posted by XenoFish on 13 April, 2018, 10:05
Have y'all seen my post count? Fish do talk.
Comment icon #8 Posted by Hammerclaw on 18 April, 2018, 3:06
Comment icon #9 Posted by khol on 18 April, 2018, 12:27
 
Comment icon #10 Posted by ChaosRose on 19 April, 2018, 2:46
That's exactly what I was thinking.
Comment icon #11 Posted by NicoletteS on 19 April, 2018, 2:58
What? I never heard a fish make a noise it seems normal that they would communicate as any other animal but I am still shocked I really never heard anything other than mammal underwater noise.


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