Five ways fish are more like humans than you realise

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Five ways fish are more like humans than you realise

December 05, 2022 - 12:44

 is a Senior Lecturer in Neuroscience and Psychopharmacology, University of Portsmouth, where he studies fish and fish behavior.  Over his career he has some observations about fish and human beings.  I know you will enjoy this easy read, short article on how we humans are like our fellow fish. 
 
 
"Perhaps it’s because fish appear so different from us. They don’t seem to have any capacity for facial expression, or vocal communication – and we don’t even breathe the same air. Collectively, these differences put fish so far away from humans that we struggle to relate to them.
But when scientists have conducted experiments to discover more about fish – including their neurobiology, their social lives and mental faculties – they’ve found time and time again that fish are more complex than they’re often given credit for. Above all, fish seem to have more in common with us than we might like to admit."
 
https://theconversation.com/five-ways-fish-are-more-like-humans-than-you...


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