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Fish Do Feel Pain

Research has found that fish do feel pain, similar to other mammals like humans.

The study has shown that fish can hyper-ventilate, have a loss of appetite and suffer long-term behavioural changes when exposed to a painful experience. Click below to discover more. 


https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/research/news/articles/fish-experience-pain-with-striking-similarity-to-mammals/

 

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